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Artists, Art Genre, & Famous Works Of Art (Page 2)
The Contributions Of Meyer Shapiro To Romanesque Art :
An 8 page paper that discusses the contribution that Meyer
Shapiro made to Romanesque Art. It discusses how
Shapiro relates the aesthetics of Romanesque Art to the
social desire of the period to create beauty as well as speak
to the religious themes, and that aesthetic renderings of
religious themes was the main intent of the artists. He
proves this through a discussion of the liberties the artists
took with those themes. This representation runs counter to
most discussions of Romanesque art, which focus on form
and function. 1 source cited. Romanart.wps

Cubism in Modern Art : A 5 page paper that argues that
Cubism, and particularly artists Picasso and Braque, was
the forerunner to the "science as art" movement that
continues today. The paper defines Cubism and its
originators, and looks at some of the works of the cubists
and how it affected a modern application of science in the
arts. Artists works and ideas discussed include Picasso,
Cezanne, Leger, Uecker, Duchamp, Malevich,
Frankenthaler and Klee. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Cubism vs. Futurism : 3 page essay comparing cubism and
futurism (abstract art) with mention of Picasso, Matisse,
Braque, Marinetti, DuChamp etc; No Bibliography.

French Impressionism vs. Modernism : A 4 page paper
comparing these two art forms. The writer describes how
each is different from the other, as well as comparing one
of Monet's paintings [Water Lillies] with one of Picasso's
[Ma Jolie]. Bibliography cites 6 sources. Artcomp.wps

Painting With Monet: Art is very much a journey,
comparable to a long awaited vacation. It allows an
individual to step outside the cares of everyday life, relax
and be immersed in the colors and motion of living. It puts
experience into the moment and on the level of basic
senses. Monet was one of the most prolific of painters. He
was also an innovator of a style that is very popular among
young artists: Impressionism. Monet was a master of
setting to canvas the images he saw in a manner the evokes
an emotional response. Most of his more famous works are
landscapes done on site, known as plein air painting. This
8 page paper provides an overview of Monet,
Impressionism and then guides a beginning painter through
the journey of reproducing the painting, The Beach at
Trouville, by Monet. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Human Nature in Renaissance Art : A 20 page paper
describing the view of human nature on renaissance art.
The writer describes the Renaissance belief in humanism
and its effects on the view of human nature and how this is
portrayed in art of the time. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Michelangelo’s Contributions to the Renaissance :
A 6 page research paper that critically analyzess the life and
selected works of the Italian artist Michelangelo.
Michelangelo’s contributions and influence on Italy and the
Renaissance period are discussed, with particular reference
to his sculpture, ‘David’, and his painting in the Sistine
Chapel. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Michren.wps

Michelangelo and Da Vinci A Comparison : This 4 page
paper provides a look at two Italian Renaissance artists and
delves into both their psyches and works. Many aspects of
the artists lives and work are examined including their
relationships, sexuality, and unusual work habits.
Bibliography lists 8 sources. SA11ART.wps

A Comparison of Two Italian Renaissance Paintings :
A 5 page research paper that compares two Renaissance
works the painting on the Sistine Chapel ceiling by
Michelangelo and "School of Athens" by Raphael. The
writer argues that both of these works display the
Renaissance fascination with ancient Greek philosophy.
Bibliography lists 5 sources. 99mic&ra.wps

Comparing Michelangelo and Raphael : A 3 page analysis
that compares Michelangelo's masterpiece, the ceiling of
the Sistine Chapel and Raphael's masterful fresco "School
of Athens," while demonstrating the tremendous influence
of classical Greek philosophy on these works. Bibliography
lists 2 sources. 99mikrap.wps

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