ARTS 1301 (Ch. 3 Quiz) - 1.StarryNightbyVincentvanGogh

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1.  Starry Night  by Vincent van Gogh Look on page 455 at figure 19-27. In the painting  Starry Night  the descriptive quality of the long thin strokes of the brushwork and the cool colors that dominate and  run throughout the work creates  Visual Unity  in the composition. 2.  Saturday Night  by Archibald J. Motley Jr. Look on page 69 at figure 3-2. The overall composition of the work  Saturday Night  is unified by red color scheme, but there is still plenty of  Variety  in this  composition in the captivating array of characters and movements.
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3.  Measuring Measuring  by Emma Amos. Look on page 70 at figure 3-5. In this work the artist uses  Conceptual Unity  which focuses on the  relationships between the meaning and functions of the images. The work  shows two images of the "ideal" human form according to Western art  flanking the seminude figure of an African woman. The concept behind the  images is a challenge to the viewer to address the standard and canon of the  "ideal."   4.  The Day of the God  by Paul Gauguin The  Symmetrical Balance  in  The Day of the God  by Paul Gauguin is not a mirror image on both sides, but it is more subtle with  slight variation that provide more visual interest on both halves. 
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course MGMT 4314 taught by Professor Dr. during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston-Victoria.

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ARTS 1301 (Ch. 3 Quiz) - 1.StarryNightbyVincentvanGogh

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