What makes a piece of art Art?
Art is when you put what you feel on a canvas or just a peice of paper its something that describes you and who you are and its true, you dont have to like it
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1. Roen Cathedral made in 1892 2. Water-lily pond made in 1899 3. Water lilies made in 1916 4. Impression Sunrise made in 1873 5. Haystack End of Summer made in 1891
When looking for a piece of art, it is important to find the workaesthetically pleasing. More than that, it should be nicely framed,and have no blemishes or rips.
I think about 20 of his works survive. he was not terribly prolific due to his other interests. However, he drew extensively. All he sculptured was a very small horse.
"Pieta" first art piece done by Michelangelo at the age of 16.\n. \n Answer 2: \n. \nMichelangelo was born in 1475. PietÃ was sculpted in 1495. Before that\n. \nMichelangelo sculpted the reliefs Madonna of the Steps (1490-1492) and Battle of the Centaurs (1491-1492.)
the last supper by Leonardo de vinci because it creates so much discussion, confusion and fuss.
Pop art is an http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Art_movement that emerged in the mid 1950s in http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/UK and in the late 1950s in the http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/United_States.http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Eduardo_Paolozzi . I was a Rich Man's Plaything (1947) is considered t…he initial standard bearer of "pop art" and first to display the word "pop". Paolozzi showed the collage in 1952 as part of his groundbreaking Bunk! series presentation at the initial http://wiki.answers.com/wiki/Independent_Group meeting in London. -adapted from wikipedia (MORE)
art is usually made to express inner feelings...its not much at this current moment. i know there is more to that..
\n. \n. \nThe 'Barefooted Girl' (from 1895) is the first Picasso work in a museum.
The total number of artworks he produced has been estimated at 50,000, comprising 1,885 paintings; 1,228 sculptures; 2,880 ceramics, roughly 12,000 drawings, many thousands of prints, and numerous tapestries and rugs. -Cham11
M.C. Escher, during his lifetime, made 448 lithographs, woodcuts and wood engravings and over 2000 drawings and sketches.
There isn't a specific piece known as "the oldest", but one of them would be the Aztec solar calendar, carved in stone and measuring about 3.6 metres (12 ft) in diameter, 1.22 metres (4 ft) in thickness and weighing 24 tonnes. http://images.google.com/images?q=aztec%20calendar%20stone For the olde…st icon or "emblem", it would be the Mexican coat of arms, which depicts a Mexican Golden Eagle perched upon a prickly pear cactus devouring a snake. (MORE)
Sounds as if you believe he made only one famous painting. He made several that are well known.. Click the link below. On the site you find there are several blue links to his paintings.
Early man lived in caves and drew what he saw on the walls. The art is mainly of the animals he hunted.
\nBetween 1906 and 1910 Chagall first had private instruction in painting and then visited two art schools in St Petersburg. What he painted during those years is not known today.
A successful piece of art has vision and impact and uses the elements and principles of art.
How would you describe the difference between a reaction to a piece of art and a critique of a piece of art?
A reaction is quick and emotional; a critique is a thoughtful analysis based on the art's context.
An estimated 15,000 total works including mobiles, stabiles, sculptures, paintings, and a fountain. Most being mobiles.
first of all that is a state ment, not a question. and no i do not have an old piece of art
Well, it depends on your specific vision and media. Traditional media is generally 2D (i.e. paint, ink, etc.). Pop art generally takes a cynical view of popular culture by putting a mirror to it.
For practical purposes; they might make a spear for war and put beads on it or a face mask for some ceremonial thing.
He had many, one of his favorites was Daybreak by Maxfield Parish, it inspired a scene in the You Are Not Alone video.
Size (how big is the piece), substance (what medium is it made from: watercolor, oil, pastel, charcoal, pen and ink...), signature (who did the piece) and subject, (what is the piece of).
around 3 to 4 hours . Depends what sort of African art you are trying to create. Some pieces might take days.
He is usually credited with 93 paintings. The Vatican frescoes are 16, but some of them are sketched by Raphael but executed by his pupils and assistants. There are also about ten cartons he made for tapestries.
Well art is a fantastic way to express your feelings my second one is i feel art is a way to show what you know and 3rd i learned art is a learning sport
Something she painted while studying at the Pennsylvania Art Academy, and is now long forgotten.
It is not possible to give an exact number, because a work like the Sistine Chapel ceiling contains one story, consisting of several separate scenes. The ceiling also contains a large number of individual figures, separate from the scenes. How is one to count this? You will find a list of his work…s by clicking the link below. (MORE)
Fra Angelico painted many frescoes in San Marco, Florence. The two best are the Mocking Of Christ and The Last Judgement.
I believe it depends on the type of art (medium) and if it is an individual piece or more than one. For instance, sculpture can be cast in bronze, plaster, ceramic, etc...and can have a number of different patinas (finished color). My father is a sculptor and prefers to call them "works", and more t…han one in his series are referred to as a "collection". Paintings are usually referred to as "works" as well, depending on the creator. For example, my mother is a fine artist and paints in oil, acrylic and airbrush. She also refers to them as "works" and a series as a "collection". However, she refers to them sometimes depending on how they are displayed and sometimes on the medium. For example, a painting that hangs is "wall mounted", or a smaller work might be called "miniature oil". Of course they all have their own "names", which is the title the artist chooses to capture the nature of his/her creation (just like a songwriter titles his music pieces). Also, once an artist has made numerous paintings, sculptures, etc...they generally refer to their entire collection as a "body of works". Also, this does not begin to cover how art is referred to once it is for sale. This can include the above mentioned, and also have terminology such as "limited edition", "original" or "print". My advice is to browse some artist chat rooms or websites. Artists are very individual when it comes to how they refer to things, especially depending on what type of art they do (medium) or how they perceive themselves (serious artist, fine artist, etc...) (MORE)
The Museum of Modern Art's collection has grown to include over 150,000 paintings, sculptures, drawings, prints, photographs, architectural models and drawings, and design objects.
The venus-de-milo The Taj Mahal Michael Anelo's David The Mona Lisa The Fighting Temeraire The Buddhas of Bamyan Tang Dynasty horses Starry Night The Statue of Khafra The Riace bronzes The Mosaics of the Great Mosque of Damascus There are LOTS and LOTS more.
A product of the fine arts, especially a painting or sculpture. Something likened to a fine artistic work, as by reason of beauty or craft.
Its primary purpose is to advance a political, moral, or religiousmessage. As for propaganda, art in the Soviet Union was often usedas propaganda to glorify the Soviet state and to inspire workers.
The MusÃ©e du Louvre contains more than 380,000 objects and displays 35,000 works of art in eight curatorial departments
In San Domenico church, Bologna. The angel is a detail in The Ark of St Dominic.
It is something creative made with care, if you are talking general. Like a five year old finger painting that is creative and they think it was made carefully is true art to some people, but not to others. Others say that it must be an amazing piece of work that is museum capable.
Gothic art was started around 1140CE in the french province known as L'Ile-de-France (Paris and vicinity) and grew to influence the rest of norther Europe. The most influential period in Gothic art was from 1150-1250 in a period known as the Age of the Great Cathedrals. Gothic style is characterized… by luminosity and the filtration of light through stained glass in cathedrals as well as elaborate sculptural decorations on facades and transept portals. Gothic sculpture mean to represent scenes from the Old and New testament as well as catholic customs and traditions. During the influence of the Gothic style we see a rise in the Cult of the Virgin throughout northeastern European cathedrals. In gothic architecture we see a growing emphasis on a light almost skeletal construction of walls pierced by hundreds of brightly coloured stained glass windows. We see an emphasized verticality and the use of clerestory levels, quadripartite vaults, and flying buttresses. Examples of Early French Gothic cathedrals are: The Abbey Church of Saint-Denis, France Notre-Dame, Chartres, France Notre-Dame, Laon, France Notre-Dame, Paris, France Notre-Dame, Amiens, France Notre-Dame, Reims, France Sainte-Chapelle, Paris, France Saint-Urbain, Troyes, Belgium (MORE)
The menacing disk is more than just a piece of art. it has some sort of a scientific value to it. The people of Buena Vista 4,000 years ago crated this to find out when their holiday which was the winter and summer solstice. If someone stood in front of the disk, toward the platform in front of …it on the winter solstice the setting sun would appear to sink into the platform. Therefore the people of Buena Vista would know when their holiday was. (MORE)
Make the shine in different colours as bubbles do. Maybe someone can blow the bubbles. You can also take more creative approach and draw someones bubble of life.
An arts centre is a plae that is know for its art. The art can consist of sculptures, paintings, or dama.
something personnal to you, maybe things like a passport or a name show who you are? or religion is another option
Some famous pieces of digital art include "Untitled" by Wade Guyton, "Programmed Machines" by Maurizio Bolognini, as well as the Irrationnal Geometrics installation series.
A GCSE is a General Certificate of Secondary Education. For your art GSCE, there are a number of project options that have to do with fashion. You could sketch your own clothing designs.
Some of the most controversial pieces of art include 'Tilted Arc' by Richard Serra in 1989 , 'The South Bronx Bronzes' by John Ahearn in 1988, and 'Forever Marilyn' by Seward Johnson in 2011.
That would be pottery or sculpture. Wet clay can be molded intopractically any shape. When dried with high heat, such as firing ina kiln, it will retain its hardness.
Why is the art piece 'The Girl Who Circumnavigated the World in a Dream of Her Own Making' important to the world of art?
"The Girl Who Circumnavigated the World in a Dream of Her OwnMaking" is a perfect example of magical realism; a type of realismusing contemporary subjects and common objects in new andunfamiliar ways featuring sharp and detailed element in bothforeground and background.
That would definitely depend on your definition of art. The word "art" is a nebulous term that could invariably be defined differently. The definition that you find can go from being very general to being very specific. Nonetheless, I think I do get a sense of your question. Perhaps the following po…ints can help you out: A quick search on google will define art as the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. ->Let's keep this in mind. 1. The construct of a guitar- its craftsmanship from its headstock down to its bridge and saddle- can be considered as a form of art. Just the rosette itself comes in a myriad of designs. Through time, different craftsmen design their guitar differently to suit various styles and personalities of their clients. Even those passed through a factory line are designed by someone despite being mass-produced. The part on employing the "human creative skill and imagination into its creation" is indubitable. 2.Though perhaps lacking as a vehicle of message (as art tend to be), it can be tapestry of narratives pertaining to its user or maker. Go find out about Jimmy Page's home-made guitar- I would very much consider that guitar as a piece of art. The guitar on its own can be a piece of art that expresses the stories behind it and what the stories can stand for. This covers the part about "expression". 3. There are people who use the guitar's body as a canvas for their own expression. This can be as simplistic as stickers and sharpie drawings and words. Meanwhile, there are those who make use of pyrography and paints to make elaborate illustrations on the guitar. Meanwhile, there are also people who cut designs into the body of the guitar (despite how this changes the acoustic quality of the instrument). The guitar becomes part of the art it carries- it is a piece of art (loosely). Ultimately, you can argue around this. There is no absolute answer to your question. (MORE)
Negative space refers to shapes outside of recognizable forms, but defined by them. For example the shapes of the spaces between chair legs, or the shape between an arm and a person's body when the hand is on the hip. Artists are often trained to see these shapes when drawing, and they are an impor…tant factor in composition in all drawing and painting, even if the viewer is not consciously aware of them. Negative space defines forms as much as forms define negative space. (MORE)
Propaganda is a form of communication, often biased or misleadingin nature, aimed at influencing and altering the attitude of a population towardsome cause, position or political agenda in an effort to form aconsensus to a standard set of belief patterns. Propaganda isinformation that is not impa…rtial and used primarily to influence an audience andfurther an agenda, often by presenting facts selectively (perhaps lying by omission ) to encourage a particular synthesis, orusing loaded messages to produce an emotional rather than a rationalresponse to the information presented. While the term propagandahas acquired a strongly negative connotation by association withits most manipulative and jingoistic examples, propaganda in its original sense wasneutral and could refer to uses that were generally positive, suchas public health recommendations, signs encouraging citizens toparticipate in a census or election, or messages encouragingpersons to report crimes to law enforcement. (MORE)
Many hundreds of thousands of years ago by one of our prehumanancestors. There is no way to know exactly as these people kept norecords.