Repatriation of Artworks
The huge debate about artwork being returned to its rightful country may never
be solved but it seems unfair that most countries are missing out on the opportunity to
have artworks that belongs to them.
According to themuseumstand
Spoils of War
According to archives.gov World War 2 played a big part in loss and
displacement of cultural treasures, books, and archives in history. The German army
gained a lot of control of the European continent allowing Nazis to take items from
1) Is it possible for a photographer to be truly objective?
Ive never given this much thought before but Ive always gone with saying the
beauty is in the eye of the beholder because of this I would have to say no. I
believe that a
Ushahidi would be a great benefit to a lot of people. There are a lot of times in my life that I am in a rush
or running late. I know that I am not the only one who has these times. There is multiple way to get to
one destination and we usually go with th
Andy Feehan was definitely an artist that thought outside the box. His art had
deep meaning and a lot of people did not understand it.
According to artistrising.com Andy Feehan viewed animals as his friends and that
the pigs he used felt no pa
Artist usually have a muse that influences their work. They have to get their muse
from somewhere. I do believe that Artemisia Gentileschi is an amazing example for this.
Artemisia-gentileschi.com tells us that Artemisia got her art
People dont like it when certain stuff is shined in the light. Thats why it doesnt
surprise me that American Gothic cause such a controversy.
Artic.edu speaks about when Grant Woods American Gothic first started a stir
in 1930. He got inst
Final Exam Essay
Art History 1304
The Last Supper and Mona Lisa are incredibly historic paintings that just so happen to
have the same artist, Leonardo Da Vinci. Da Vinci was a painter, among other professions
Of one color.
Pronk still-lifes begin to appear in the mid-17th century. Define pronk.
Showy or ostentatious
Rembrandt's, The Hundred Guilder Print, c.a. 1647, was interpreted as depicting what?
The entire 19th Chapter of
Name the other biblical story that parallels the story of Judith as depicted by Gentilschi.
David and Goliath.
As illustrated in Bernini's David, Baroque sculpture takes on a new active relationship
Antiquity. NONE OF THE ABOVE.
What is Iconoclasm?
List all scenes depicted in Grnewald's Isenheim Altarpiece? (4)
The Crucifixion of Jesus Christ, Mary swooning at the sight of her tortured son, Mary Magdalen
kneeling in grief, John the Baptist point
Art History Chapter 16
Unstable compositions reflecting movement, drama, passion and complexity represent
what new style that appears during the late renaissance?
The Four Books of Architecture records the designs and principles of what Venetia
Define Chiaroscuro and Sfumato.
Describe the characteristics of Michelangelo's sculptural figures.
What area/figure is the focal point in Da Vinci's Last Supper? How does D
Art History Chapter 14
In what city do the majority of historians agree the Renaissance began?
In Camera Picta what does Mantegna's mastery of perspective allow him to connect?
The painted world to the real world of the spectator.
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