He went on to visit America for many year then he decided to head back to France in 1948. He died on March 28th, 1985 in the town of St.Paul de Vence. He is most famous for his arts made in France where he studied and created new and more pieces that truly share his idea of emotions in art instead of creating
He was educated at the Slav gymnasium in Brno until he was fifteen and then he moved to a town of Usti-Nad-Orlici. In here, he came upon and looked at a painter’s decorating work in a church. At that moment, Mucha conceived his plan of becoming a painter. In 1887, Mucha moved to Paris to continue his studies at Academie Julian and Academie Colarossi in 1888. (Brian 1967, p. 6) 2.
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe was born Maria Ludwig Michael Mies on the 27th March 1886 in Aachen, the son of Michael Mies, a stonemason, and Amalie Mies née Rohe. He attended the Cathedral school of Aachen from 1896 and left, with no qualification, in 1899. He then attended local trade school before becoming an apprentice on building sites and developing his freehand sketching skills at a decorative plaster company. In 1905 he moved to Berlin where he briefly worked for the Rixdorf municipal department of building inspection as ornamental architecture designer. In 1906 Mies started work in the office of Bruno Paul and, between 1906 and 1908, studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule (School for Arts and Crafts) and at the Hochschule für bildend Künste (School of Fine Arts).
Amedeo Carlo Avogadro was born in Turin , Italy in 1776 to a noble family of Piedmont , Italy. He graduated in ecclesiastical law at the early age of 21 and began to practice. Soon after, he dedicated himself to physics and mathematics (then called positive philosophy), and in 1809 started teaching them at a liceo (high school) in Vercelli, where his family had property. In 1811, he published an article with the title ("Essay on Determining the Relative Masses of the Elementary Molecules of Bodies and the Proportions by Which They Enter These Combinations"), which contains Avogadro's hypothesis. Avogadro submitted this essay to a French journal, Jean-Claude Delamétherie's (Journal of Physics, Chemistry and Natural History) so it was written in French, not Italian.
Freud eventually resigned from his position he held in the hospital and started studying nervous disorders. In October 1885, Freud flew to Paris were he started to focus and developed his version of the human psyche with the help of Jean-Martin Charcot. Together they made advancements in the studying and diagnosing of mental diseases, they also found a way to help people through these problems. The Tragedy of Hamlet by William Shakespeare. Starts off with a depressed prince Hamlet who had to return from his school in Germany to attend his fathers funeral.
1461 Albrecht Pfister printed the first illustrated book Edelstein which featured a number of woodcuts. 1465 Drypoint engravings invented by Germans. 1465 Johannes Tetzel is born in Meissen, Saxony. 1466 Birth of Erasmus of Rotterdam, Christian Humanist. 1476 Two hundred woodcuts were used in a edition of Aesop's Fables.
Albrecht Durer's illustration of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, 1497-98 is a Woodcut, approximately 15 5/8 X 11 and was created not long after the printing press was invented. (Getlein, pg. 176). Durer became famous when he turned to prints to reach more of an audience, then the middle classes were able to afford artwork. In 1486 he was apprenticed to the painter and printmaker Michael Wolgumut and began to work with woodcuts and copper engravings as well.
Metomorphosis of Narcissus Salvador Dali was a Spanish artist who in the 20th century was considered one of the best. He started his interest in art with a man named Ramon Pichots, who was his first role model for painting. Sometime after meeting his role model, Salvador would pursue his passion for painting and attend Municipal drawing School. While he was attending school, he received formal art training, learned draftsmanship, painting and engraving from Senor Nunez. His father started an exhibition of his son’s charcoal drawings in their home in the 1917.
On his return he became a member of the academy, but he had previously contributed to the exhibitions of 1746 and following years, and he continued to exhibit, with rare exceptions, down to the date of his death, which took place in his lodgings in the Louvre on the 3rd of December 1789. Amongst the very numerous engravers of his works may be specially cited Le Bas, Cochin, Basan, Duret, Flipart and Le Veau in France, and in England Vivares. For my analysis paper I have chosen the artist Claude-Joseph Vernet and his painting “A Calm at a Mediterranean port”. In the painting we can see what looks like a sun set scene of a port; we can already see a large amount of shaded colors. At the same time I also see a dark and light contrast as the composition is compose of many shaded objects.
In 1466, at the age of fourteen, Leonardo was apprenticed to the artist Andrea di Cione, known as Verrocchio, whose workshop was one of the most notable of Florence. He then spent the next six years with Verrocchio and by the time he was twenty he was qualified as a master in the guild of artists and doctors of medicine. Even though he was now a master with his own workshop, Leonardo still continued to work closely with Verrocchio and he continued to collaborate with him. The "Last Supper" is a mural painting created by Leonardo da Vinci. It is located at the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church in the town of Milan, Italy.