I believe it portrays the real image of “American Victory at War”, and stands for the very freedom that every American carries in their heart. It is a true symbol of patriotism. Because I was fortunate enough to experience this in person, and see it with my own eyes, I almost felt like I was there when this historic event took place. It confirmed my new found perspective of “seeing is believing”. You tend to appreciate history better by associating yourself with it.
His photographs of the landscape overwhelm the viewer with beauty and awe. They show that true power is natural. The exhibition, Natural Power, is to not only show the beauty of the landscape, but also its untamable nature; its power. Even though it is an exhibit about nature, it can also be looked at as a tribute to Ansel Adams, for without his conservation efforts, some of this beauty might have been overtaken by human expansion. Though he may not be alive, his vision and love lives on through his photography for us to appreciate, learn from, and enjoy.
In 1950, his work hit a turning point; his style changed from figuration to abstraction due to inspirational influence. The year 1951 was pivotal for Edmondson because he made his first etching during a course taught by Ernest Freed, and his first solo exhibition was held at the Felix Landau Gallery in Los Angeles. His artwork is valued highly because they express a form of feelings and spaces. The artwork that I liked was titled, “Decorated for Bravery.” I personally loved this art piece because it screams out fearless and dauntless. I believe the painting depicts a historic story that dates back to our ancestors who fought for a better life.
I think the author wanted to show recognition of Fenton’s photograph’s and wanted to make everyone realise how wonderful these pictures were. I think that because he was so interested in this particular subject made him want to release a book about it. The nature of source 5, unlike source 4, agrees with Fenton and Russell presenting a realistic portrayal of the Crimean War because it’s written in first hand experience whereas source 4 is written over 160 years later
However, I disagree with a characteristic which says that they like more art than music which is not me at all I hate art. While doing research I have found out some tips that I didn’t know could be helpful while studying like closing your eyes and trying to visualise the information, when using flashcards that you limit the amount of information on them, so you don’t overload them with facts, another one that I learnt was that when you hear a new word you can try visualising the spelling of the word. Task 2a: I feel like I learnt my maths GCSE successfully for many reasons. I really enjoyed the lessons and the way they were taught, because I am a visual learner just sitting in front of the board and doing examples and questions helped me a lot getting me through this GCSE. Also I managed to complete all the tasks in the given time limit that we got given.
Introduction Albino Hinojosa is an American realist painter who has achieved his success through works that exalt ordinary landscapes and everyday objects as worthy subjects for art. He has worked from life around him with an honesty and integrity that speaks directly to the viewer. And in so doing, he brings the viewer into the realm of his world. Composition and attention to detail are ever present. But so much more emanates from each work.
Pink gains a sense of trustworthiness through his use of credible sources. On the other hand, Babauta has no credibility in his lackadaisical methods, only showing what he does with no belief of success. Not everybody trusts paintings, but people believe photographs. The two authors use different types of diction. Some examples are seen in Pinks essay when he says “Have I eradicated all unproductive behaviour and become a self-disciplined, self-actualizing machine?”(2).
They sometimes laugh at me for knowing certain songs that they would never expect for me to like. Music in my opinion is art for the ears it’s not always pretty and doesn’t always make since but still has a beauty of its own. Explain how American culture and
There was a big difference between the real cowboy and the American myth. Many American’s associated the West with the rugged, free spirited lifestyle that is shown in many painting, stories, and eventually movies. Many nineteenth century Americans idealized the figure
Gerardine Aldamar 21 October, 2013 History of Photography Gallery Response William Earle Williams’ gallery exhibition, “A Stirring Song Sung Heroic” at Haverford College was a real pleasure to be a part of. I felt as if the overall flow of the exhibition worked well in the order that they were presented. The use of black and white photography, in my opinion, was a wonderful choice for this body of work due to the fact that it is dealing with a major historical event that took place years ago. The choice of colour and the tonality of these photographs work well to depict an event that happened in the past from the point of view of someone in the present. Looking at the photographs, I noticed that there was a theme of repetitive