It seems that way because of the dark colors and the facial expression. “The Desperate Man” is, good to the time period because it shows the desperation and mans deeper connections to his emotions and the world around him. The dark colors show the dramatic aspect of the romanticism art period as well. My personal opinion of the painting is good. I like the detail and subject.
What I enjoyed the most from this painting is its great size as well as its variety of objects and figures, which open your mind and allow you to use your imagination. This painting also caught my attention because it is painted in a wall, that has some crack and bumps, which gives you a scary sensation and creates a tense environment. I considered it very interesting because as you get closer to the picture, you find more details that amazes you and adds to your eagerness of knowing the message and the behind it. The message delivered by this painting is very complex, which can be understood in different way, depending on the point of view and perspective. The colors being used are all dark colors, especially green and dark blue that creates a cold, dark, gloomy, negative which work very well in the world of mythology or an unreal world.
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This structure produces the scene well because the passage becomes one continuous idea. There are no indentations which can often throw off the wholeness of the poem and make it seem like separate stories. Rieu’s and Fagles’ translations do not have the same continuous structure. Another element of Fitzgerald’s translation that helps it portray the scene the best is its specific references that go into far more detail than the other translations. This gives the reader a specific imagery to help understand the reading.
Emotionally stress can cause people to feel – • tense, uptight and angry • depressed, anxious, tearful, worthless • unable to cope, concentrate or make decisions • tired and stretched to the limit • uninterested in anything • can bring on asthma attacks. Physical stress can cause people to feel – • tension in the muscles • headaches • high blood pressure, heart attack, stoke • ulcers • increases in infections such as colds and cold sores. Outcome 9.2 If I’m put under pressure to get something done I can sometimes work better and produce a better quality of work. However, it is a fine line between a healthy stress and then feeling like I can’t cope. When I get stressed due to lack of sleep or I have had a very long day I can find myself feeling tense with a pounding head ache.
It also helped exploration and map making by allowing the 2 different people to somewhat collaborate on their work. In the end it also helped make the final product a more accurate and low cost product. Making the printing press one of the most important event ions of all
At the beginning this piece of art disturbed me because it was very complicated to see what was painted on it. At first it looked to me like a bunch of lines thrown on canvas. Although after a while of looking at it I found the Bottle, Clarinet and a
The contortion of the bodies I find is especially intriguing and also the paintings’ many themes. Comparing this to the work of T.S. Eliot’s Waste Land makes for an interesting task, as there are definitely very strong elements of distortion although it is a rather bleak distortion. Powerful words such as: cruelest, dead, and fear to name a few. However, comparing the themes of Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon to that of Eliot’s Waste Land is also worth looking at.
The work expresses the loneliness and awful despair felt by Munch, on realization of the might of the natural world in comparison to a single human being. He is tortured by man's insignificance and haunted by his fettered state of mind. Undulating strokes of paint echo the hollow mouth of the figure, creating an ominous shadow of the cove and the hellish streaks of sky beckoning - from above. The colours are menacing and evocative, creating an air of expectancy in the
Another detail Leonardo would add is something a little more humanistic; he would give each being their own personal traits and facial features. Leonardo’s skill and detail gave his paintings great feeling and mood, and brought his paintings a step above all others. Michelangelo on the other hand, much preferred sculpting over painting, his belief was that sculpture