This scene had soft purple lighting, then as it turned into a nightmare the colour got darker and went towards a more reddish lighting. At first giving the audience a feel of comfort with the purple, then to a red, imbedding fear. But because this being a light hearted funny production they managed to turn this into a funny nightmare. With the hilarious facial expressions from Duggen. Another more repulsive example is the fart scene.
For example the repeated picture within a picture is very interesting because it shows a three-dimensional object flattened and painted on a canvas that is then painted on another canvas. Briddle depicts the characters in the painting as gloomy and exhausted by using facial clues with both subjects, which is not often portrayed so blatantly in the foreground of a work of art. In the portrait the two figures are obviously exhausted and their body language is portrayed as two very rigid objects. This stiffness that the characters exemplify creates a
The language in the sources is also interests as the reactions change the extremity of the words used. For example source A uses very enthusiastic words to describe the reaction for example the repetition of roaring. The writer also uses the phrases “unbearable distress” this is quite extreme and may suggest to the reader that the author was a strong support of Hitler already. The language also contrasts with source D as the language is very dark
Later on in the poem, when Tim the ostler enters the scene, the mood changes dramatically to questioning and menacing. At first he gets described as an ugly misfit. The poet says, “His eyes were hollows of madness, his hair like mouldy hay.” after that, it becomes quite confusing because you are not sure what part he plays in the poem. This makes the mood curious and questioning, this helps to build the tension. When the highwayman and Bess begin talking and when they kiss the mood becomes very romantic.
However, White and Greens in Blue is a painting of large scale, displaying two huge green rectangles and one white rectangle on the blue background. This is referred to as Color Field Painting. Color Field Painting is the abstract painting “characterized by large expanses of barely contrasts of tone or obvious focus attention”. (Thesis:) White and Greens in Blue embodies Rothko’s revolutionary painting method, which allows the viewer to experience the tragic feeling through its shape, texture, flatness, scale, and color. Rothko compares the shapes in his pictures to actors and his pictures to dramas.
Mr Earnshaw also helps the reader to recollect a rather dark image of Heathcliff as he describes him as ‘as dark almost as if it came from the devil.’ The use of the word devil creates strong imagery of a deeply rooted darkness within Heathcliff, which helps the reader to develop a strong image of a dark character, which is yet another quality of a Byronic hero. Another quality that Heathcliff possesses is a huge amount of passion which is conveyed in both his loving and hating manners. In the novel when Heathcliff’s character is associated with Cathy the reader is able to see the deeply
The colors in this painting are overall darker than those in The Yellow Christ which changes the mood of the painting. Even though The Yellow Christ and Self-Portrait with Yellow Christ have the same central theme, I believe that the two paintings have contrasted meanings. While the colors in the paintings have some similarities, the colors in Self-Portrait are generally darker and more sinister than the colors used in The Yellow Christ. The primary colors in The Yellow Christ are yellow, and orange. Jesus’s skin tone is painted the same color as the ground in the painting.
WRITE ABOUT THE WAY TENNYSON TELLS THE STORY IN TITHONUS The Victorian poet Alfred Tennyson manipulates the narrative of the well-known story of Tithonus so the character achieves a sense of desperation, unhappiness and desolation. The aim of the writer is that the reader wonders about what is appropriate for a man and what is the limit that humans should not overstep. The poem Tithonus is an allusion: Tennyson uses a story familiar to the readers at the time to show his existential views on life. The genre of the poem is dramatic monologue. Therefore, the speaker addresses a silent audience: Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn: “Thy cheek begins to redden thro’ the gloom, /Thy sweet eyes brighten slowly close to mine”.
Matisse likes round, generous forms, tenderness, and the joy of being alive, while Picasso is aggressive, energetic, a passionate Mediterranean. But of course one is older and wiser and the other younger and controversial. Let us look at Matisse’s “Red fish and sculpture” and Picasso’s “Still life with a skull.” Both are paintings of the artist’s studio. Matisse is all happy colors and round forms. Tranquility is the main feeling.
• Introduction. Conjunctivitis also known as pinkeye is a disease of the eyes that that makes the eye sore and inflamed and usually affects both eyes at the same time. It causes the vessels that are around the eye to swell up and the eyelid may also become discolored. It can be a very painful condition although it does tend to affect some people worse than others. It can also make the eye very itchy and this can make the condition worse if the sufferer repeatedly scratches it due to this symptom.