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  • Paintings Of The Celto Germanic Period
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    In the art world, the medieval periods were traditionally though to be the unproductive phase of Europe between the decline of Rome and the Renaissance. Our modern feelings toward medieval art are far more appreciative. The main intent of Medieval art was to express Christianity which was also a common bond between a wide spread and diverse Europe. For this reason most of the art found from medieval times originated in monasteries and churches. European art during the Middle Ages can be divided ...
  • Major Periods Of Artistic Development
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    Art & Architecture Ancient Greek art can be divided into a number of different periods, roughly paralleling the eras in Greek history including: the Metal Age cultures (Cyclades, Minoan and Mycenaean); the Geometric Period; the Archaic Period; the Classical Period; the Hellenistic Period and the Byzantine period. These divisions are important; they represent major periods of artistic development and clearly distinguish various artistic movements within Greek historical cultural. The earliest Gre...
  • Portable Art Of The Paleolithic Period
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    PALEOLITHIC vs. NEOLITHIC ART The following is a comparison of art from the Paleolithic and Neolithic periods in history. Paleolithic Art is art that was produced about 32,000 to 11,000 years ago. The art of the Paleolithic period falls into two main categories: portable pieces, such as small figurines or decorated objects, and cave art. Paleolithic art usually is classified as either figurative that is, depicting animals or humans, or non figurative, taking the form of signs and symbols. The po...
  • Buddhist Sculptures Of Gupta Period
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    Two Periods of Buddhist Art in India Less than 1% of the population of modern India is Buddhist. Therefore, it is reasonable to say that Indias importance for Buddhism and its art is mainly its historical influence. Not only is India the country where the historical Buddha, Sakyamuni, lived and taught, but it is the land where the first images of the Buddha were produced and where Buddhist iconography and symbolism evolved. Being a student whose family originates in India, I am interested in som...
  • Silla Art Of The Three Kingdoms Period
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    Part 1: The History The arts of Korea, while largely influenced by Chinese, are characterized by simplicity, spontaneity and naturalism. A work of Korean art is not very meticulous in tiny details. It rather tends to embrace wholeness. This seemingly indifference lies in the flexible state of mind of early Korean artists who love nature as it is. Ko Yu-sop, a Korean art scholar, defines the characteristic aspects of Korean art as "technique without technique,"planning without planning,"asymmetry...
  • Art Of Theater
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    Neither a book nor a work, but an energy Theater is the most remarkable art of life. It is a collaborate art combining different people into one solid group in which they work together harmoniously in order to portray a certain idea, concept, or piece of art. Theater deals with various forms of emotions and is most commonly expected to leave a trace or stimulate sentiments on the audience. The mind plays a big role in theater, for the art lies within our imagination. Our mind stimulates many dif...
  • Artist Of The Geometric Time Period
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    greek art Over a period of time Greek art of the past has changed and evolved into what we value in today " is society as true art and services as a blue print of our tomorrow. As we take a closer look at the Geometric Period and stroll up through the Hellenistic Period allow me to demonstrate the changes and point out how these transitions have service the elements of time. During the geometric period the Greeks style of vase painting was know as Proto-geometric because it was preceded and anti...
  • Periods Of Japanese Art
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    Japans Art, all thought sometimes over looked has evolved through many different periods. Its simplest forms in the Archaic period and last on its more complex period the Ego Period. Even though some skeptics believe that Japanese art can not compare to the art of the Greeks or Romans. Japanese Art yet simple is refreshing and has left Japan with wonderful shrines, paintings and traditions. The periods of Japanese art are the Archaic, Ask, Heian, Kamakura, Ashikaga and the Ego periods. Each Peri...
  • Period Of Art
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    People from all eras have communicated what they value through art, architecture and style. This statement is obvious. The first example I will discuss is that of the ancient Egyptian society. Their society was one that was based upon death. Everything in their lives revolved around preparing themselves for the afterlife. Included in that is their paintings; they contained the entire figure of the human, making sure their was no limb left unseen, for fear that it would not be their in the after ...
  • Classical Period Sculpture
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    In visiting the Metropolitan museum of art in New York City I have chosen to discuss a group of three ancient Greek works. I have chosen three because I would like to emphasis the changes that have taken place from the Archaic period through the classical period to the Hellenistic period. Greek art has had and still has a tremendous influence in art, as we know it today. I have chosen pieces that illustrate some of the major evolutions of sculpture through ancient Greece. Through my travel in Eu...
  • Essay About My Feelings Toward Art
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    Art really really really really really really really really sucks. I hate art's bad, that it is not even funny. What is the point of studying certain periods of art when they were in like, the 1800's and no one cares about what happened back then? Its just really dumb, and I hope people can figure that out. Because if people dont figure it out, then they are really really really really really really really really really really stupid. Just like the art that really really really really really rea...
  • Stone During The Neolithic Period
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    My perception of the "caveman" has truly changed. In the past, my thoughts of a caveman was a rather unintelligent, barbaric beast. However, after studying remarkable works of art such as "Woman from Willendorf " and "Hall of Bulls", which were created during the Paleolithic Period (40,000 -8,000 BC. ), I now understand that these people were not savages. Rather, they were mere interesting, creative, artistic beings trapped in an unfortunate time period. Later in the Neolithic Period, I begin to...
  • Classical And Hellenistic Periods Of Art
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    Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic art all differ in one way or another. Archaic, which was the first period in Greek art, introduced red-figure vases and temples. The Classical Period in Greek art is known for the introduction of the three orders of columns: Doric, Ionic, and Corinthian. Sculpting also became popular and heroic idealized figure fade as the commonality of life-like natural figure increase. As the Classical period renovates into the Hellenistic Period, architecture and sculpting...

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