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Painting Styles Painting Styles Danny Hanshew Jr. ART/101 01/09/11 Kelsea Habecker
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With looking at each of these it actually is hard to think about comparing them at all. The contrasts are simple enough to point out. Each was defiantly under different opinion of what is considered artistic form. You have Jacques Louis David, who has to paint for a powerful dictator without making Napoleon look like a sissy, or a fool. But you have to make him shine through with his virtues of strength, intimidation, and regal appearance. Jacques was very skilled in doing so; you are not met with warm feelings when looking at this painting as you are with Renoir’s work. Pierre-Auguste Renoir was the earlier version of Norman Rockwell. He could look at what was going on around him and create a beautiful masterpiece that you feel as if you were there. When looking at his piece The Luncheon of the Boating Party you can feel the sunlight warm your skin, hear the laughter and smell the water. You feel the fact that they are having a
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2011 for the course AED 201 - 204 taught by Professor Ever during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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