Emotion conveys relationships with individuals in numerous ways. Feelings that are showed not only in face expressions but are also illustrated through body language. Even with a blurred face using the body language alone it is possible to understand the emotion being felt. Each art work uses the combination of background, dramatic lighting and how the artist places the figures to show public the specific emotion conveyed. Without any words but with the simple use of details one is able to analyze and interpret its own significance. Whether the emotion is the state of anguish, guilt or jealousy and so on it is all connected to its context. It attributes to capturing the moment; we as the viewer perceive the variety of emotions that are felt. It is so powerful that the emotion is transferred through the viewer itself. It isn’t important what time period each art work is done, whether it’s during the era of Romanticism, Renaissance, and Enlightenment it merges with society. Emotion is part of everyday life therefore it is always present in different time periods and cultures. Each piece of art represents a diverse amount of emotions that the artist wants to transmit to the audience. This is done by the use of different tones of lighting, colors contributing with a powerful gaze and actions, at times so radical that it conveys so much emotion.