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Post-impressionism This picture is used for support only oil on canvas. The eashetic encounter inevitably involves the realization that art is made by human being to communicate the entire range of human thought, feelings, and conditions down though the ages. This picture is interested in painting. In addition, this picture made happy me.
Impressionism This painting uses the effect of a mist hanging over the Thames transforming the bridge and building into ghostly visions.
Baroque Adored son bowing down to implore the Madonna of the Rosary seems to embody the memory of a gracious infantile expression, more imagined than actually seen by the painter.
Romanticism, The romantic painting, ostensibly biographically heterosexual, but feminized in their long haired, ultra pale looks and hyper emotional capacity and gender identity, while also yielding more imagery of the cadaverously beutiful young man, notably in Henry Wallis's painting of the Chatterton.
Expressionism The Scream painting depicts a creature with a bulbous head, almost alien in apprearance, yet somehow human, standing on a bridge with a fiery sunset behind him. Edvard Munch said his painting was inspired by a blood red sunset he viewed over Oslo; as he watched it, he felt "a great, infinite scream pass though nature."
High Renaissance The work was painted for the Doni Tondo spouses, perhaps at the birth of their daughter Maria and certainly after January 106, date of the discovery of the Laocoon from which derives the pose of the nude behind St Joseph. Michelangelo interpreted the Holy Family with gelid colours and a strange serpentine composition. The Virgin offering the Child to St Joseph is counterbalanced by five young nudes behind a low wall, beyond which is a misty landscape. The meaning of the work is obscure, perhaps alluding to birth of Jesus and to baptism, suggested by the Infant St John and the allround medallions with Christ, angels and prothets in the splendid frame.
Romanticism
Neoclassicism
Surrealism
Pop Art Andy Warhol's 1962 painting Round Marşlyn. Lawler photographed this iconic image at a preview of the painting, seventeen inches in diameter, appears at full scale, with the auction-house label clearly legible.
Realism The landscape of that painting is generally admired. The Wrestlers pace, some unpretentiously with heir hands behind their watch men wrestle are shown in the distant background, partially encircling the fighters, while those viewers presumed to be directly in front of the wrestlers are provided with an intimate view of the struggling men. The men body is again on display and becomes spectacle for viewers the Salon and at the Hippodrome.
Mannerism Giorgio Vasari, in the miniature Christ was depicted praying in the Garden of Gethsema on the Mount of Olives surrounded by three sleeping disciples, while an angel brought a chalice which symbolized his incarnation. The engraving mirrors painting, with its darkness, the right profile of he main figure, the extension of the right arm, and the appearance of a heavenly vision in the figure's line of sight.
Expressionism Expressionism The Scream painting depicts a creature with a bulbous head, almost alien in apprearance, yet somehow human, standing on a bridge with a fiery sunset behind him. Edvard Munch said his painting was inspired by a blood red sunset he viewed over Oslo; as he watched it, he felt "a great, infinite scream pass though nature."
Cubism
Abstract Expressionism This painting adapted each motif to he format of the existing empty space.
Post- İmpressionism In a more joyful painting, pointillist George Seurat an art scientist depict people and animals enjoying a relaxing afternnon by the water in a moment of communion alonees portrays an everday scene in the marketplace, as community is shown with women resting and talking.
High Renaissance The work was painted for the Doni Tondo spouses, perhaps at the birth of their daughter Maria and certainly after January 106, date of the discovery of the Laocoon from which derives the pose of the nude behind St Joseph. Michelangelo interpreted the Holy Family with gelid colours and a strange serpentine composition. The Virgin offering the Child to St Joseph is counterbalanced by five young nudes behind a low wall, beyond which is a misty landscape. The meaning of the work is obscure, perhaps alluding to birth of Jesus and to baptism, suggested by the Infant St John and the allround medallions with Christ, angels and prothets in the splendid frame.
Surrealism Frida Kahlo added the following explanation on the back of the picture. As a result of a lack of appetite, Frida Kahlo grew very thin and was prescribed a fattening diet. The artist was clearly nauseated by this forced fedding.
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