|Benton's "Self-Portrait" : Thomas Hart
American painter, created a "self-portrait" work on display
at New Yodrk City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. In this 5
page essay, the writer discusses Benton's message in
"Self-Portrait" as well as his thematic style, use of contrast,
imagery, and more. Bibliography lists 4 relevant sources
providing background information on the artist's life &
Breakfast / Analysis Of Painting : This 1914
painting by Juan Gris hangs in the Museum of Modern Art
in New York City. In this 6 page paper, a brief biography
of the artist is followed by an interpretation of the piece.
Bibliography lists 4 sources. Breakfas.wps
Hieronymus Bosch And The Garden Of Earthly
This 5 page paper reflects upon the images presented in
Boschs triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights and
looks specifically at the use of Biblical references and the
African images presented in the work as a means of
considering Boschs perspectives on good and evil.
Painting Comparison Of Brazilian Landscape
Post) And Jewish Cemetery (Jacob van Isaackszoon
Ruisvael) : This 5 page report compares the two paintings
and makes note of their similarities and distinct differences.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Brazcape.wps
Capoeira: Capoeira is an ancient martial art which
incorporates dance, music and elements of play. It is one of
the defining characteristics of a rich Afro-Brazilian Bahia
culture. Once stigmatized as a silly activity meant as
simple entertainment for the poor black Brazilian
descendants of slaves in earlier centuries, Capoeira is now
considered a modern metaphor for cultural freedom and
defiance. This 23 page paper examines the art form of
Capoeira in relation to its positive contributions to cultural
and social structural developments. Bibliography lists 10
Andy Warhol: Andy Warhol was a
improbability, an actor with the world as his stage and an
artist who implemented the common into the guise of the
extraordinary. The images that the world associates with
Warhol include soup cans, brillo boxes, Elvis Presley,
Marilyn Monroe and Mao Tse-tung. This 10 page paper
explores the life, work and significance of Andy Warhol to
the pop art movement. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Warhol's Campbell Soup Can Project : The Campbell
cans project was one of the early and most successful of
Andy Warhol's projects. It established Warhol's preferred
method of silk-screening with acrylics, oil and enamel on
canvas. Of all the pop art images, the Campbell's Soup Can
is probably the most famous and easily recognized as pop
art. First exhibited in 1962, it threatened the concept of
'fine art' and meshed it with the emerging graphic arts
culture and was linked irrevocably to the basic pop art
iconography of consumer items. This 8 page paper
explores the process of silk screening and the function,
medium, elements, structure and style Warhol used in the
Campbell soup cans project. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Comparing Two Coins / Symbology Of Culture : A 5
analysis of the symbolic content, similarities and
differences, of a coin issued by Lysimachus and a U.S.
Kennedy half dollar. No bibliography. Coincult.wps
Art Opinion / At the Smithsonian : A 5 paragraph (2
essay expressing the author's opinions about five works
viewed in Washington D.C.'s 'Smithsonian Gallery of
Hispanic Art.' No bibliography. Artgall.wps
Lorenzo de Medici : A 5 page essay on the life and
accomplishments of the great Renaissance patron of the arts
and ruler of Florence. Bibliography lists 4 sources .
Grant Woods American Gothic : A 5 page research
paper on the artistic intent of Woods famous work of the
Iowa farmer holding his pitchfork next to his daughter.
Included in the discussion of the work are the various
interpretations of the piece, including iconography,
personification, attributes, and hidden symbolism.
Bibliography lists 3 sources. Cngrwood.wps