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“Modern western landscape painting is directly related to modern individualism”
“Modern western landscape painting” is fascinating and often very lifelike. The viewer of “modern western landscape paintings” often has the opportunity to interpret the painting individually. There are no requirements how to do it. It is exactly the same with the “modern individualism”. Each person is different than the other. Thus I totally agree with the main statement. I think there is a relation between “modern western landscaping” and “modern individualism”. This can be explained based on the paintings “The Wanderer Above The Sea Of Fog” from Caspar David Friedrich and “Yosemite Valley At Sunset” from
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Oscar Wilde is famous for his claim “All art is quite useless”. Do you agree with him? Why or why not?
“All art is quite useless” is a line from Oscar Wilde’s <The Picture of Dorian Gray >. When Wilde wrote this book at that time, it was when people were obsessed with practicality, with everything needing to have a purpose beyond itself. He suggested that art doesn’t need any purpose; it doesn’t have any further use. It exists simply to exist. In some way, art is useless because it doesn’t really serve any practical use. But just from these reasons it is hard for me to decide whether art is useless.
I thought deeper and began to understand why Wilde quoted that “All art is quite
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A Friday Afternoon with the Island of La Grande Jatte
In a recent visit to the Art Institute of Chicago I made it a special effort to view the painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. This specific painting is located at the Helen Birch Bartlett Memorial Collection, gallery 240. It is a Georges Seurat masterpiece and was created on an oil canvas. The painting illustrates a crowded park, on a hot summer day. There are people looking out into the water, while others lie in the shade of the trees in the green grass, enjoying each other’s company. Several people are holding umbrellas to keep cool from the hot rays of the sun, due to what seems to be a blistering hot
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I chose a painting called In Deep Thought by Alfred Stevens, which can be found at the St. Louis Art Museum in Gallery 217. Stevens painted in it 1881 and it is oil on canvas. It is 18 3/4 x 23 1/4 in. I learned he was known for painting scenes of modern life during his lifetime. The painting shows a woman in a pink dress sitting at a table with her puppy at her feet, near the shore of a port in La Havre, France.
In this painting a young woman in a pink dress is gazing out at the sea, sitting at a glass table where her matching hat is resting. The woman’s pink dress is long-sleeved and ruffled at the bottom. Her hat has pink flowers and a black ribbon. It is sitting on the very edge of the
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College of Mount Saint Vincent
English 110: Writing in Context I
Close Analysis; “Girl before the Mirror”
For this essay I chose a painting by Pablo Picasso called “Girl before a Mirror”, according to the research I had done, this painting is in connection to his mistress Marie- Therese Walter. It displays several view, depending on who’s interpreting the painting. Pablo Picasso became one of the greatest and most influential artists of the 20th century and the creator (with someone named Georges Braque) of Cubism. A painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist and stage designer, Picasso was considered radical within his work. The poem that is
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“encounter” with the artist and his medium. These concepts were the basis of Rosenberg’s most famous and timeless notion, that which he called “Action Painting”, which would later be described as Abstract Impressionism. It was the avant-garde work of artists that abandoned the object oriented goals of painting and painted “just to paint”, and not to make anything else but a painting, in it's most basic essence. For Rosenberg, these works of art revolved around expression of the inner man, and were thus purely self creation. These ideas of the artists perspective being looked through to criticize art was much more than a stones throw away from the narrow and intolerant path of Greenberg’s
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for people to express themselves and take them away from the world they were living in.
During the romantic era artists began to express themselves as writers did. They began to paint with a new focus on nature showing there emotions and there view of nature weather it be a panting of beauty or one reflecting the sadness through nature and the natural world. The artist during this time could use not only the ideas from real life to express but also the freedom of their imagination. This was a chance for them to be taken from this world and express how they saw fit and it is show through out their works.
Adolf Hiremy-Hirschl was a painter in the era of romanticism. His painting Seaside
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It’s me, Titian. I have been asked by a fellow colleague about my reasoning behind painting my self-portrait. It took me many ages to ponder this question. Was it vain of me to paint a picture of myself? Or was I simply trying to preserve my image for years to come so that future generations could see the type of artist that I am? I finally have come to a conclusion Diary.
The reason I have painted my self-portrait is because I did indeed want people in the years to come to know about me. I wanted them to know about my social status, and about my artistic style. It was extremely important for me to preserve my image. Yes, some people may call me conceited
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Gauguin and Tahitian Inspiration and Spirituality
The artwork that I chose to write about the form, content, and function is Day of the God
(Mahana no Atua), created in 1894 by Paul Gauguin in Paris after Gauguin had returned from
Tahiti. It is oil on canvas, 26 7/8 x 36 inches.
This piece of artwork depicts a group of women in an island setting. In the upper right
portion of the painting, there are two women carrying a large tray above their heads. They are
both dressed in white, ankle length strapless dresses. Both women have long, black hair and the
women closer to the center of the painting seems to have her hair in a low ponytail. They are
standing on a grassy
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consequences, and consideration (Melvin, 2011).
The offer had been presented to willing individuals that listened to her offer of painting her house and they decided that they would accept the $2500.00 to perform the service. The next phase of this contract would be the intent to enter into a legal contract with both parties in agreement. This is where there is error in this particular arrangement because Liam and Mike didn’t let Mary know that they accepted the terms and conditions with painting her house. If Liam and Mike would have made contact with her then she would have been able to tell them that she had changed her mind with the terms and would rather not enter a legal contract with
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Art in history
This article is an overview of the history of the visual arts worldwide. For the academic discipline of art history, see Art history.
The Creation of Adam (1508-1512), byMichelangelo, in the Sistine Chapel (Vatican)
History of art |
* Prehistoric * Ancient * European * Eastern * Islamic * Painting (Western) |
Art history |
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The history of art is the history of any activity or product made by humans in a visual form for aesthetical or communicative purposes, expressing ideas, emotions or, in general, a worldview. Over time visual art has been classified in diverse ways, from the medieval
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Artist: Laura Lopez
Title: Michina, The Cat
Style: Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 2½ ft. high
I think this piece of work is very beautiful and outspoken with its vibrant colors. I would have to say the canvas is about 3 ft. and 10 inches high, but the cat itself is probably 3 ft. high. I think the condition of the painting is perfect, there are no damages. I would think the color assortment on the cat, would represent the different moods the cat has. The gold around outlining the cat would represent royalty. The cat comes from high class. The cat seems to have different color whiskers, one side is gold and the other side is silver. Since it is women history
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Irene M. Corbin
American Intercontinental University
Unit 1 Individual Project
HUMA205 – Art Appreciation
June 16th 2013
This paper will first give two definitions to the word “art”. The second portion of this paper will give a description of eight types of art which are Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Photography, Printmaking, Conceptual Art, Installation Art, and Performance Art. After each description it will give a brief explanation of why it exemplifies the definition of the word “art”.
Exploring the word of Art
Have you ever asked yourself “What is art”? According to some art is defined as something that is beautiful. Art can mean many different things; it can
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de Pompadour, Boucher completed many other Rococo paintings. Boucher became known by painting mythological subjects and pastoral landscapes (Francois Boucher | biography). Many of Boucher's paintings were erotic in nature, specifically his Odalisque paintings. Odalisques can be defined as a a female slave or concubine in a Turkish harem, particularly the concubines in the household of the Ottoman sultan. (Odalisque) One of Boucher's most notable Odalisque paintings was The Blonde Odalesque. The woman depicted in this painting was said to be one of Louis XV's mistresses.
While Boucher received much praise for these paintings, there was also criticism. This came from the fact that his
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mass culture and Hindu festivals (1999.305d). Like Kapoor, several artists have adopted the installation format. Rummana Hussain's installations are contemplative spaces in which the viewer is soothed into reflecting on turbulent topics like religious strife, illness, and feminism. Although they are also concerned with social and political themes, Nalini Malani's installations are almost the opposite of Hussain's sensual spaces. Malani confronts the viewer with an overload of images and sounds about such issues as nuclear war and Hindu-Muslim tensions. Nilima Sheikh uses miniature painting—perhaps the only contemporary artist in India to adopt this format—to examine ideas about craft and tradition. Her tentlike installations take her paintings out of the context of a small, intimate setting. Like Sheikh, Vivan Sundaram first practiced painting; more recently he has worked on large-scale installations. He uses layered historical references to discuss contemporary conditions such as war and sectarian violence.
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the art object or form.
Artist's gratifying experience of having accomplished something significant.
ART AND NATURE
Art is not nature. A work of art is man-made, and although it may closely resembled nature, it can never duplicate nature.
ART AND BEAUTY
A thing of beauty is one which gives us pleasure when we perceive it. The delight that we experience is called " AESTHETIC PLEASURE", "AESTHETIC" came from the greek word which means " to perceive with the senses ".
The subject of art refers to any person, object, scene or event describe or represented in a work of art.
REPRESENTATIONAL OR OBJECTIVE ARTS - arts that have subject.
EXAMPLES: Painting, Sculpture, Graphic Arts
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10. I was reminded of her highly positive attitude when she walked ______________out the door.
11. The story is not merely silly; it ____________ on the ridiculous.
12. The ___________ of homeless people was the principal subject of tonight’s evening news.
13. No one challenged her _____________ that Tuckerman’s Ravine was too dangerous to ski.
14. The children’s_______________ mood is captured beautifully in the Renoir painting.
15. It takes a ______________mind to solve such a difficult problem.
16. The sales clerk checked the ___________ to see if the book was still in stock.
17. Water lilies are ___________ plants.
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”In the National Gallery”
”In the National Gallery” is a short story by Doris Lessing. Some people have already tried déjà vu, by looking at a picture or recognizable person, and it is also the case in this text. The story is also about the relationship between the younger and the older generation, and it shows which sort of respect and thoughts we have about each other.
The unknown narrator sits on a bench in a museum, looking at a painting of a chestnut horse by George Stubbs. Suddenly an elderly man who “… was about sixty years old, well dressed, a well-presented man absorbed in his contemplation” sits down beside the narrator, and after a while a second man who “… was
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which urged him to explore, break new grounds, and challenge the status quo, stand up for what he believed in, and rebel against authority as well as being innovative. Secondly Martin had the ability to influence by example, logical arguments, enthusiasm, and persistence or by painting a visionary picture. Finally Martin had the courage to speak out and the willingness to risk group rejection.
I think that leadership is something that everyone can exhibit but some people will turn out to be better leaders than others. I sincerely believe that anyone can learn to become a great leader however it will take time as well as it requires patience, determination, and passion. We all have areas of our
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within the framework of The Republic; the allegory of the cave presented by Plato demonstrates the essence of his metaphysical theories regarding the distinction between truth and knowledge. As the allegory is crafted to convey that the basic condition of mankind with respect to perceptual judgments is essentially one of error and confusion. As it begins by painting striking picture of human life as imprisoned in a world of darkness and shadows inside a cave where a group of prisoners chained since childhood to chairs with their heads fixed unable to move.
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this purpose, such as paintings, drawings, or sculptures.” (Cambridge Dictionary, 2013).
Definition of Art #2
“1. 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: the art of the Renaissance great art is concerned with moral imperfections she studied art in Paris
A) works produced by human creative skill and imagination: his collection of modern art an exhibition of Mexican art [as modifier]:an art critic
B) creative activity resulting in the production of
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to coin the term in asatirical review published in the Parisian newspaper Le Charivari.
Impressionist painting characteristics include relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes, open composition, emphasis on accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities (often accentuating the effects of the passage of time), ordinary subject matter, inclusion of movement as a crucial element of human perception and experience, and unusual visual angles. The development of Impressionism in the visual arts was soon followed by analogous styles in other media that became known as impressionist music and impressionist literature.
Frédéric Bazille (1841–1870),Paysage au bord
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tragic event, Dadd tried to escape to France, but after trying to kill a fellow tourist on his way to Paris, he eventually got overpowered, arrested and put in the mental-institution, Bethlem Royal Hospital, where he got diagnosed with schizophrenia. Dadd thought he was possessed by the spirit of the Egyptian deity, Osiris, who made him do these bizarre things.
The mental-institution was a bit different from other because the inmates were allowed to exercise their hobbies as a sort of cure to their illness. Although Dadd was placed in a prison, he continued painting pictures and it was in Bethlem Royal, he made his most famous work of art, The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke. Even though it took
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Dorian it lacked any imagination, being more life than art. Basil, realising that by idolising Dorian he had put too much of himself into the painting, refuses to exhibit it to others. Because of the portrait’s extreme realism Dorian is granted a wish that it would age instead of himself, which turns the picture into a mirror to his soul and a reflector of life.
As the story progresses the behavioural changes which Dorian goes through are reflected and represented on his portrait. While his actions become increasingly perverse and heinous it is the painting which depicts the degradation to his soul, while Dorian remains timeless like a work of art. In a sense Dorian has traded places
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background of the south Sudanese people. The relative geographical locations of the three African countries of Sudan, Ethiopia and Kenya are well described, painting an unforgettable picture in the mind of the reader. The diversity in different cultures comes out clearly in the book as the main character traverses boundaries. Valentino’s story illuminates the story of thousands of Sudanese boys and women during the tough times of war that their country experienced (Bess).
A fascinating tale, “What is the What” is moving and attention inflicting. As one go through this real life...
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In Western culture the Greeks and Romans are citizens of the two most celebrated ancient cultures. “Classical art” was referred to the art of ancient Greek and Roman sculpture which the three primary areas of classical art are painting, architecture, and sculpture. The differences between Greek and Rome art are both interesting and significant for identification. Historically, the Greeks were the primary influences of the Romans in terms of artwork. The most obvious difference between Greek and Roman architecture is the material used. The Greeks used marble and the Romans used concrete. Greek sculptures are associated with white marble, Greek sculpture in the early classical period was
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activity that consumes 12 weeks.
The work on the structure itself starts with excavation followed by the pouring of concrete footings. Each of these activities takes four weeks. Next comes the pouring of supports for seat galleries (12 weeks), followed by erecting pre-cast galleries (13 weeks). The seats can then be poured (4 weeks) and are ready for painting. However, the painting (3 weeks) cannot begin until the dressing rooms are completed (4 weeks). The dressing rooms can be completed only after the roof is erected (8 weeks). The roof must be erected on steel structure which takes 4 weeks to install. This activity can start only after the concrete footings are poured.
Once the roof is
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to every ten years. Story, music, and the characters are what makes a movie popular." Another item that I will be using for my speech is a little movie that talks and shows how Disney animates its movies. In order to show art work I have a cel painting. A cel is a transparent sheet of celluloid on which an animation drawing is inked and then painted. The cel I will be showing has been inked and I finished it off by painting it.
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Boddy-Evans, M. (2013). What Makes A Painting Good or Bad? Retrieved from. www.about.com/painting
Marshall, J. (2007). Does Ethics Lead to Happiness? Retrieved from. www.en.allexperts.com/ethics-2216/ethics-lead-happiness.html
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protests the law of the nature. He fights with his lofty heart and sincere art. And he rescues Johnsy. This is the beautiful meaning of his action.
The scenery in which Old Buhrman draw the leaf is very flutter,special and moral. In a dim and immense, cold and quiet night, the man is old and weak. How to draw a leaf like a real one. The last leaf is Buhrman’s masterpiece. Because it, his last painting, is drawn by his own heart in a extremely difficult circumstance. It takes Johnsy back to her life in which she can carries out her dream. And also, the painting reminds readers of the great sacrifice of honest artist.
Through Behrman, the theme of the story is revealed fully. By “The last leaf”, O’Henry sent to readers a message which is written on the last leaf which never falls: love everybody, for human’s life, that is why art suvives.
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other women decided to dress up their painting with embroidery, knitting, quilting, and china paintings to raise consciousness and redirect modern American art. In 1940’s, women started using initials or changing their names to reflect male gender names to overcome the invisibility and inferiority of women’s history and art. Many female artist started challenging male artists for dominance in the art world. The female artists made sure their paintings reflected history, spirituality, and power.
The role ethnic minorities and their influences in the arts of the twentieth century, in America, started with a Ralph Emerson novel The Invisible Man, (1952). In 1960, black American artist
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ART 100 Week 5 Concept
ART 100 Week 1 Concept
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Review Week One concepts by completing the following:
• Choose one work of art such as a painting or a sculpture.
• Following the example in "The Skill of Describing" describe the artwork, including its style, in a brief, written summary.
• Describe your reaction to the work as whole; did it engage you or not? Why or why not?
Submit your summary.
ART 100 Week 1 Individual Assignment Experience the Art (2 Papers)
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Introduction: Works of art vary greatly across genres and time periods. While it may seem that these works originate solely from the minds of specific individuals, artists are influenced by the styles and characteristics of earlier periods as well as social and political events of the time. Works of art are often a continuation of or reaction to earlier artistic styles. For example, classical art from ancient Greece and Rome was revived during the neoclassical era. Cubism was a reaction to the style and characteristics of the earlier European tradition of realistic painting. The purpose of this task is to analyze, critique, and understand where creativity and inspiration
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, sink, and appliances
Bathroom cabinetry, fixtures
Painting (interior and exterior)
Finish wood floors, lay carpet
Final electrical, light fixtures
a. Develop a network for Moore Contractors and determine the probability that they can complete a house within 45 days. Does it appear that the Moores might need to increase their bid to compensate for potential penalties?
b. Indicate which project activities Moore Contractors should be particularly diligent to keep on schedule by making sure workers and materials are always available. Also indicate which activities they might shift workers from as the need arises.
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, and as far south as the Godavari river. Akbar, though a Muslim, is remembered as a tolerant ruler, and he even started a new faith, Din-i-Ilahi, which was an attempt to blend Islam with Hinduism, Christianity, Jainism, and other faiths. He won over the Hindus by naming them to important military and civil positions, by conferring honors upon them, and by marrying a Hindu princess.
Akbar was succeeded by his son Salim, who took the title of Jahangir. In his reign (1605-1627), Jahangir consolidated the gains made by his father. The courtly culture of the Mughals flourished under his rule; like his great grand-father, Babar, he had an interest in gardens, and Mughal painting probably reached its
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Ever heard of Pasteurization? It was a method created by Louis Pasteur to stop milk and
wine from carrying disease. Louis Pasteur is a French chemist and microbiologist from
the 19th century. He had many influences in both the causing and prevention of many
diseases. Now let’s take a look in detail at the many accomplishments of this biologist.
Louis Pasteur was born in Dole, on December 27th 1822. Louis Pasteur comes from
a poor family of tanners, not a likely place for such a person to sprout from. He was an
average student early on in his life and was also very good at painting and drawing. In
1840 the young Louis acquired his Bachelor of Arts degree and two years
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eventually lead to his downfall as a character.
The Duke is very similar to Macbeth and Lady Macbeth in many ways, but mainly in the way he wishes to have complete control. Macbeth loves to have control and power over people, hence his overwhelming ambition to become a man in a high position who is able to have power over anybody he wishes. Lady Macbeth likes to control Macbeth, and is able to do so by taking advantage of the fact he is easily manipulated and has weaknesses within his character, so that she can feel herself that she is a strong powerful woman. The Duke keeps a curtain over the painting of his last duchess so that he can have control over her even after she is dead. “Since
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had a hit song for years” (588). Just because the work of art is not as popular anymore we cannot say that it is not good anymore because the art was popular at some point and people enjoyed. The quality of the work never changes.
When people are looking at art, such as a painting, watching a movie, listening to a song, or reading a book, people expect some kind of emotional power. They expect it to make them laugh, to make them feel sad, to feel adventurous, to scare them, or to inform them, and so on. If someone goes into a movie expecting it to be funny and while they are watching it they hardly laugh, they are not going to think that it was a good movie. People like to feel moved
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the human form wherever you looked. In every Michelangelo painting everyone was buff, even baby Jesus.
Everything was being written about. The amazing thing was that people started learning how to read the illiterate was become scarce. This also diminished the power of the Catholic Church. They also furthered the humanist movement not all being about god, but about people and explaining who they are. Humanist writers like Petrarch whose poetry and writings around the 1330’s pretty much inspired the whole humanist movement. This was also the era of romanticism where romance and love prevailed over all things. Three Greek words turned into concepts of love Eros, Agape, and Philla; Romantic
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our last 8 years of republicans. President Bush along with his constituents has pushed the economy to the edge of a cliff. Obama’s theory is that the working class would govern a socialism society, which would then be a workers democracy. Obama has spoken of history transforming our society, which calls for a combination of both parties participation.
It appears that both pioneer of history consider both classes of people. Painting a concise picture for all people should be a plan for everyone to flourish. The America that something more the Marxism or Obamaism live in controls us, it all comes down to Communism in a free Country. These United States, have taken power over
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spontaneity and naturalness in all things, which significantly influenced Chinese paintings, writing and other arts.
Zen in Japan:
Zen arrived in Japan as early as the 7th Century, but did not develop significantly there until the 12th Century. Zen has since been as important force in Japan. It has had considerable influence in Japanese culture “reaching far beyond the temple and entering into cultural and social areas of all kinds, including gardening, ink painting, calligraphy, the tea ceremony and even military strategies. Zen priests played an important role in the political unrest of the 16th Century Japan, serving as diplomats and administrators, while preserving the Japanese cultural
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and process materials
under computer control in the
A mechanism including several
degrees of freedom
◦ Having one or several arms
◦ Controlled by a memorizing
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What are Robots and what are
Industrial Robots: Benefits
Consistent performance in repetitive tasks:
machine loading, inspection, monitoring,
Can work in hazardous or unpleasant
environments: spray painting, arc welding,
grinding, sanding, cleaning, handling
Reduce cost since they work at about the same
rate as people, but cost about ½ as much as
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(oiling, greasing, painting, galvanizing, alloying);
(k) Write word equations and balanced chemical equations for reactions all throughout the chapter
4. IMPORTANT CHEMICAL REACTIONS
Students should be able to:
(a) Define neutralization reaction;
(b) Define ‘salt’ and ‘acid salt’;
(c) Classify salts as ‘soluble salts’ and ‘insoluble salts’;
(d) Describe the preparation of soluble salts by reactions of:
o Metals with acids
o Metal oxides with acids
o Metal carbonates with acids
(e) Draw labeled diagrams to show the steps in preparing a salt with safety;
(f) State the uses of salts for examples:
o Sodium chloride for food preservation and enhancement of taste
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to do the Duval crawl which is to go to each bar and have a drink – I can’t drink that much. During the week there are many activities like the homemade bikini contest and body painting contest.
The predominate costume was body paint. I remember asking one girl who had a red checkered shirt and blue short shorts painted on,
“How long did that take to get painted on you”?
“Over an hour” she replied
“How much did it cost”?
“If you get total coverage like this they usually don’t charge
From twenty feet away you could not tell it was not clothes. No birthday suits allowed. Nudity is illegal. Key West city code specifies that body paint does not constitute clothing
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was the love Liesel had for her foster father she called, “Papa." The man was gentle with her from the moment she was dropped off and showed her every bit of kindness a man could. He held her the late nights where she would wake up screaming and scarred from the images of her dead brother. He would teach her the alphabet and how to read. He would take her on his painting jobs and play the accordion for her when she was sad or scared. He showed her every kind of love that there is and would risk anything to keep her safe. The fact that she wasn't even blood to him and he still treated her like his daughter magnified the importance of this character. I truly believe he was what kept Liesel
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just illegal art. Instead Banksy has posed a challenged using space,
culture and power to create social change. Most of those familiar with the idea of
artistic expression might find these results rather interesting in what change they
can make. Ultimately these findings might help gain more support and
understanding of Banksy’s work as well as a different view on what graffiti really
List of Figures
1. Banksy, Primitive Cave Painting (Cave Art Hoax), May 2005. British Museum, London. Graffiti Art.
2. Banksy, Israeli West Bank Barrier, August 2005. Bethlehem, Israel. Graffiti Art.
3. Banksy, Naked Man Hanging Out of a Bedroom Window, June 2006. Central Park St, Bristol. Graffiti Art.
4. Banksy, Shop Until You Drop, November 2011. Mayfair, London. Graffiti Art.
5. Banksy, Pulp Fiction, April 2002. Old Street Tube Station, London. Graffiti Art.
6. Banksy, One Nation Under CCTV, April 2008.Westminster, London. Graffiti Art.
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around 3000 painting presses in china. The globalization makes some process move to
other country. Mostly the production process would outsource to developing countries such as
China and India. We can see that there are many supplies; their bargaining power will be lower.
On the other hand, the sales are directly affected by the writer. The author's contribution is very
important. Publisher will earn profit by sold a large number of textbook; the author who can
make the sale increase is valuable to publisher. But in the case states that the writing cost is only
about 15 percentage of total cost. It shows that low bargaining power of textbook author.
Bargaining Power of
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The explicit depiction pertaining to sexual subject matter for sexual stimulation and erotic pleasure is termed as pornography or porn.
Pornography may comprise of a variety of media which may include books, magazines, postcards, photos, sculpture, drawing, painting, animation, sound recording, film, video and video game. However, pornography does not include sexual acts done for a live audience, as the term applies to the description of the act, instead of the act itself. Therefore, sex shows and striptease are not termed as pornography.
Erotica and pornography are differentiated on the fact that erotica is the interpretation of sexuality with high-art desires focusing also