All in all impressionism to me seems like an escape into an alternate reality that focuses on fun and transitional of the moment. What do their styles say about your chosen artists’ appreciation of the human figures? The styles are very different to each other. One has more of the realistic of the picture and the other has more of the blur. Given the effect of light source and The chosen style would come from the heart of the person drawing and what they are good at and like.
He also explains principles of friendship and enmity as shared pleasure and pain. He discusses how to create in readers a sense of fear and shame and shamelessness and kindness and unkindness and pity and indignation and envy and indignation and emulation. Then he starts all over and shows how to create such feelings toward ideas in various types of human character' of "people" of virtue and vice; those of youth, prime of life, and old age; and those of good fortune and those of bad fortune." Aristotle warns us, however: knowing (as a good willed writer) how to get your readers to receive your ideas by making readers "pleased and friendly" or "pained and
They all elaborate and personify madness as a derivation of vitality, form of genius, sanity put to good use. You see, if I’m not mistaken, two of society’s most reliable sources contradict between their statements. And yet we haven’t come to the amusing part. Society is unable to differentiate let alone comprehend the difference between such astray notions. Gentleman, reflect and ponder, society should not define madness for us, society itself is mad.
“CONTEMPLATION” Why is Contemplation so highly regarded by Aristotle when considering what is the best state of leisure, how does this portray in my own individual state of happiness. By understanding Aristotle’s idea of contemplation, can it solve this overall collective dissatisfaction with the way I view my leisure state? Aristotle begins the ethics by stating the activities performed in an individuals life and existence aims at some sort of good. Aristotle exemplifies this through three different explanations of “good” (traditional patterns of life). These are the life of Pleasure, the Political life, and Contemplative life.
When any action is done, it may have a right outcome which leads to happiness or a wrong outcome which produces pain. Therefore, this principle significantly determines the total joy of the world in general. The nature of human beings is governed by two key elements of pain and happiness. All human doings are inspired by the need to have pleasure or prevent pain. The principle of utility also advocates that, the correctness or incorrectness of a deed is dependent on the ability for the action to lead to joy or sadness.
This lead to Henson’s name being associated with pedophilia - a clear indication of the power of a critic to influence media, and subsequently audience perception of an artist. Thus, the works of artists have a certain fluidity to their significance, due to the capacity for critics to influence audience understandings of artist and their
The moment you think you understand a great work of art, it's dead for you. Oscar Wilde Art is an invention of aesthetics, which in turn is an invention of philosophers... What we call art is a game. Octavio Paz “Any great art work … revives and readapts time and space, and the measure of its success is the extent to which it makes you an inhabitant of that world - the extent to which it invites you in and lets you breathe its strange, special air.” Leonard Bernstein When the question of Art and its importance is brought to the fore, a very important tenet in conceptualizing art is to first and simply answer, what is art? What makes anything art? Must it evoke an emotion?
I have never been a very artsy person, but I do love looking/watching art. Many people may just consider drawing and painting art if they do not have any formal knowledge of exactly what art is. I view art as a very wide variety of things. I believe art is all around us, and it takes many different forms that may not be considered art by some people. I believe that if a person has a special talent that they can show off to the world, the talent can be considered art.
Conformity corrupts the individual due to societal constraints and scorn. Moreover, conforming to social institutions such as communities of opinion or religions, which offer knowledge as a gift or second hand beliefs, saps the individual the energy required to create new knowledge. As we passively accept other people's ideas, we lose our manhood becoming phantoms, Emerson writes, “Whoso would be a man must be a nonconformist”. Furthermore, when Emily Dickinson in her poem “This world is not conclusion” states that “... much gesture from the pulpit – strong hallelujahs roll- narcotics cannot still the tooth- that nibbles at the soul”, she asserts that established knowledge claimed by religion works as narcotics which help to silence but, nonetheless, it can not stop our need to solve the
Psychoanalytic criticism judges art “as the product of individuals who are shaped by their pasts, unconscious urges and social histories.” Structuralism judges artwork based on how all of its formal components are put together. Last is post-structuralist, which still judges artwork by its formal parts but takes many meanings out of it. I find psychoanalytic criticism to be most valuable. This is because the viewer can assign any meaning to the artwork. It allows the people to escape reality and find out the deeper meaning of the piece of art.