Work of Art: Li Hau. Take Him In! 1946!
The lines the artist used in this drawing is actual straight lines and implied curve lines. The artist
used these types of lines to show detail in the shirts and pants of the people in the pain
Using your understanding of tax incidence explain why some states do not charge sales tax
for basic foods.
Some states do not have taxes on basic food because the tax incidence falls on the producer of
the product, rather than the consumer. This could
1.From the Chapter 11 Origin of Idea, identify those who gave us the concepts of "monopolistic
competition" and "game theory".
Monopolistic competition was given to us by both Edward Chamberlin and Joan Robinson.
Game theory was given to us by John von Ne
1) Graph 1.1 Production Possibilities Curve found in Chapter 1, move the pointer on the horizontal
line to 3.0 and tell me how many pizzas were gained and how many robots were lost and why?
When you move the line to 3.0 on the horizontal line, we gained 9
Acropolis in Athens and the Rise of Athenian Civilization
Bertolt Brecht, a German poet, states in his book Brecht on Theatre; the Development of an
Aesthetic, If art reflects life, it does so with special mirrors. The origin of art rises from the politic
I. Sad present/meats ofwbat must come to pass
(Plate 1, Disasters of War)
ONLOOKER, WITNESS, AND
JUDGE IN GOYA S DISASTERS OF WAR
To look, both as act and as concept, was a life-
long fascination of Francisco Goya (1746-
Tawantinsuyu in 1532
Rise to power of the empire's great military leader and reformer- Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui
Difficulties of trying to reconstruct the empire's history from biased accounts written by
Europeans long after
Some see Pachacuti as a noble
Madonna of the Meadow- 1505-Mary is the largest figure, anchoring the foreground in stable triangular form. The
deep hues of her blue cloak and red dress emphasize the triangle, and force the baby Christ and John the Baptist further
into the foreground. T
Keen Chapter 1; Section 1-7
Benjamin Keen (ed.), Latin American Civilization. History and Society, 1492 to the Present, Boulder:
Westview Press, 2000 (3rd edition).
Keen Chapter 1; Section 8-11
How the Inca formed a nation
Art Humanities Midterm
9 March 2016
While both the textual sources, Selections from Natural History by Pliny and On
Painting by Leon Battista Alberti, were largely helpful in understanding the art and
architecture of The Parthenon and the paintings of t
1. The new kind of space is digital space.
2. Figureground organization is a type of perceptual grouping which is a vital
necessity for recognizing objects through vision. In Gestalt psychology it is
known as identifying a figure from the backgr
1. Symmetrical balance is exactly similar, asymmetrical is nothing is similar, dressing extended from
2. Emphasis pulls the attention anywhere the focal point is usually in the middle
3. Proportion -relation between parts scale overall size
1. Contour Lines
Lines that surround and define the edges of a subject, giving it shape and volume. Lines that define the
outer edges of forms and surface within a form, such as shapes, wrinkles, and folds used in contour lines
drawing to sugges
Stress management: any technique developed to help someone cope with or lessen the physical and
emotional effects of everyday life pressure
Stress management techniques1. Take care of your body and mind. This can include regular exercise, adequate sleep,
Progression 3: A Researched Argument
(Adapted from Sue Mendelsohn, Aaron Ritzenberg and Abigail Rabinowitz)
Continue to work on the goals from the first and second progressions: identifying an
interpretive problem that is worth addressing; for
The Principle of Design and the Visual Elements
Art Appreciation 105
The Principle of Design and the Visual Elements.
Diego Rivera painted The Liberation of Peon, in 1931. The medium of this piece is Fresco.
Fresco painting is a ty
11, June 2016
The essay The Dreamer by Junot Diaz is an empowering story about a young
Dominican womans dream, the woman, which happens to be his mother. The essay gives the
reader (including m
How do you feel the form of each sculpture expresses the content?
What specific characteristics give us clues and communicate meaning?
Alberto Giacomettii Man Pointing shows a dominating human form sculpture that has been corroded.
The male figure is faci
Professor Marci Fiorillo
June 26, 2016
Wonders of the Ancient World
Hanging Gardens of Babylon
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon is easily the most controversial Seven Wonders of the
Ancient World. Researchers and historians have
how can a spiritual being be shown in art? How does this compare
with the cultures weve discussed so far? Compare the example you
chose to one example of a spiritual being in a previous chapter. Think
about the connection between art and religion. Could t
Many of the earliest Christian references come in the form of graffiti on the
catacomb walls. It wasnt until Christianity was adopted by the empire that
Christian art appeared in more official places. How did Christian art
change when it went from the gra
The two pieces I have selected as non fine art are figure W5. 18 and W5. 19. The
first piece is Coyolxauhqui, Goddess of the Mood, from the Templo Maor and is made
of volcanic stone. Although this piece looks pretty amazing and is very well made, I
Why is Art Valued? In this weeks discussion, respond to these questions in
your own words: Last week we looked at the definition of art and came up
with a good working definition. This week we will look at why art is valued by
a culture. Art is created fo
Using the vocabulary of both the chapter and the Introduction (How Do We
Talk About Art), discuss your artwork in terms of three of the following formal
elements/principles: composition, balance, line, shape, light, color, texture,
and style. Which elemen