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Formal Analysis of Art 1 Formal Analysis of Art Formal Analysis of Art Latasha Stevens Art/101 June 27, 2010 Anna Vida
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Formal Analysis of Art 2 In the painting by Vincent van Gogh’s The Starry Night Van Gogh uses expressive lines. In Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing Sol LeWitt uses analytic lines because all of his paintings are so precise and well organized. In the painting The Starry Night Van Gogh shows his passion for life. In this painting he also represents all of the drama of a man to communicate with nature. Starry Night reflects the anguish of the artist. The energetic strokes, the vibrant colors of the stars against the dark blues and blacks of the night reflect the need of a desperate man for hope in the middle of the "black night". Starry Night is a fight between a man and his anxiety. A scream for hope, light and love. Since the painting Sol Lewitt’s Wall Drawing contains analytic lines which seem to be based more on the painting where expressive lines direct attention more on the meaning of the painting. From looking at Sol Lewitt’s
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This note was uploaded on 07/23/2010 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Annavida during the Summer '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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