The Slave Ship vs. Impression: Sunrise The Slave Ship by JMW Turner and Impression: Sunrise by Claude Monet share many similarities. Yet, they also have very noticeable differences. Both artists use the water as their main themes, but the way they use delivers contrasting messages. In addition, they both use oil paint as the art media.
Kaitlyn Oxford Mr. Morehead Art Appreciation 12 April 2015 Compare and contrast William Harnett’s painting A Smoke Backstage, is a 7” by 8 ½ “oil on canvas painting. The painting depicts a pack of tobacco, a wooden pipe, a flyer, and some matches. The pipe is leaning against the pack of tobacco. The flyer is under the tobacco and the matches are spread about the painting. This painting is a still life and is very realistic.
There is also a circle of speakers around him that start at his ears and gradually get bigger as they come away from him. The background is filled with yellow and red design with one big yellow circle at the top middle of the painting. At the bottom left corner there is scribbles of graffiti and lines of red all along the lower half of the painting. Bruce Bailey made his artwork have a very abstract look by choosing the colours and designs he did, and used it throughout the painting which made his work very unique and interesting. Analysis; Bailey used colour and value elements in his painting.
Instead, they placed more emphasis on the “structure, content, and formal order” ("Impressionism & post-impressionism,"). They liked to use unnatural colors and use geometric shapes, unlike the Impressionist’s use of soft lines and natural colors. Also, instead of painting outdoors to capture the moment, Post-Impressionist painted in a studio, and their paintings were based on the emotion and concept of the artist (Emelda, 2011). Like the Impressionists, however, they believed the originality of the painting was important. Like many artists of the 1880’s, the Post-Impressionist wanted to portray “emotion and intellect as well as the visual imagery” ("Post impressionist,").
In the painting by Jacques Louis David, The Emperor Napoleon in his study at the Tuileries, 1812 is a formal looking painting with dark colors and the painting is in focus unlike the Impressionism painting technique. The Neoclassicism painting technique is an easier painting to understand and has a classier technique than the other art styles. Impressionism art was established in the late 1800’s. Claude Monet was using the new Impressionism painting technique which included the combination of two or more pigments on a single wide paint brush, he also used what is called the ‘wet on wet’ method of painting that consisted of wet paint being painting over paint that was not yet dried. According to the artist Sayre, Impressionists painted mostly pictures of the Parisian lifestyle.
In both Henri Matisse’s Le Bonheur de Vivre (The Joy of Life) and Vasily Kandinsky’s Sketch I for “Composition VII” the artists use similar techniques/styles in color, but use different techniques when it comes to brushstroke, line, and spacing. Both are outstanding works of art that reflect not only modernism but also the artistic movements that encompass them. They are also more different than alike. Matisse and Kandinsky both use a vibrant color pallet in their paintings, with rich primary colors, and some hints of other rich secondary (and a few tertiary) colors. The colors are used to show different forms and they draw the eye around the paintings.
Ajax later commits suicide because Achilles men didn’t respect him and hated him replacing Achilles. This pot was designed using the black figured style, where the characters and important things were painted black while the rest of the pot stayed the reddish colour of the clay. The
And inside the painting, the painter is painting a painting, which is what he is doing when he is painting Las Meninas. The painter drawn is a representation of
Khakhar chose to position Rushdie in the centre of the painting surrounded by scenes from his novel, The Moor’s Last Sigh, rather than illustrating Rushdie naturally, in a traditional and realistic environment. By using these creative, imaginative symbols and metaphors, Khakhar was trying to illustrate the power that Rushdie’s words and imagination can have in the world of literature. Form The painting is 1219mm x 1219mm. It is neither very large nor small. The subject, Salman Rushdie, is portrayed in the centre of the painting surrounded by scenes from his novel, The Moor’s Last Sigh.