The two things Polykleitos paid attention the most in his work was composition (the “the Contrapposto”) and proportion (“the Canon”). Polykleitos” statues were usually nude, and he liked to explore the movement with his statues, as well as the masculinity in his work shown with his flesh and muscle instead of his statues being more realistic he chose to make his statues more “perfect” and muscular as most ancient Greek works explore as the Greeks fashioned themselves from the idea that perfection would surely mean “goodness” also. I will try to be as objective with my formal analysis as possible while pointing out my observations of “The Doryphoros” with as much detail as I point out the form, line, shape, texture and balance from this work of Polykleitos. Polykleitos was very well known of the art world in his time. One of his most famous being “The Doryphoros” was also at times called “the Spearbearer”.
Da Vinci is known as one of the key artists in the renaissance, he was a very multi-talented man. His works have continued on being some of the most cherished work of the renaissance and even adored to this day and time. Leonardo Da Vinci was born on April 15th 1452 outside of the village of Vinci near Florence. He was born outside of marriage to Ser Piero Da Vinci, a legal specialist. His mother was a peasant named Caterina.
Palladio’s Palazzo Della Ragione The Classical Roman Renaissance style of the first two decades of the 16th century expired in Rome after the sack, but it flourished with regional and Mannerist variations elsewhere in Italy, such as in the city of Venice. The last of the great Humanist architects, Andrea Palladio, came from that region1. To understand the heart of Palladio's world, one must start in Vicenza. Palladio’s first major commission was here for a public building, the Palazzo Della Ragione, or town hall of Vicenza, better known as the Basilica. It was his success in winning the competition to reconstruct the exterior of the Basilica that established his fame outside Vicenza as well as consolidating his reputation within it2.
Therefore, the conclusion related to the best salesperson could be based on the behalf of the gross margin profits in the selling of each product like Ammonia, Phosphates, and Potash. Therefore, the best salesperson is Dow because he sold maximum percentage of Ammonia. But, other products could not be sold by him (Spiro, 2003). Dow donated his best in the selling of Ammonia than other sales representatives of the same zone and other zone also. But the gross margin related to rest products is zero that eliminates him from the list of most outstanding salesperson.
All of those factors allowed Telmore to significantly save on its operations and have lower break-even level, and provide ‘no-frills’ service as lower price, which gave it its competitive advantage over TDC. Hence, even though Telmore has to bought the minutes from TDC to resell to its customers, it had an advantage due to its unique offering and lean cost structure. In general, who will benefit from the regulation that forces operators to open their network to competition? * Consumers * Entrants * Incumbents If you were an incumbent operator such as TDC, would you grant access to a no-frills service provider if you were not required by the legislation to do so ? * Yes, because * No, because TDC could allow a company such as Telmore to develop a new customer base, which might be also consisting of migrating customers from other operators and providers, and
This photograph is atypical of the time period in which it was created. It was because it was made on a cooper plate that cannot be copied and it was unique. Marcus A. Root paid them this praise: "Their style, indeed, is peculiar to themselves; presenting beautiful effects of light and shade, and giving depth and roundness together with a wonderful softness or mellowness. These traits have achieved for them a high reputation with all true artists and connoisseurs." It means that they were the best of their kind and reached the highest level of professionalism.
This sculpture signifies how the Florentines celebrated their triumph over the Milanese in 1425. David of Donatello resides in the Museo Nazonale del Bargello, Florence. Michelangelo also created his own version of David. This version of nude sculpture was created during the time if the High Renaissance. Michelangelo used marble to create the 13’5” sculpture.
The only similarities between the two artists is that they both worked within the same time period, the Renaissance, and they both worked in bright and realistic compositions which was characteristic for that time frame. Although both artists had different styles with few similarities, both artists had a tremendous impact on the art world of the 16th century as well as the art world of today. Leonardo da Vinci was born on April 15, 1452 in Vince, Italy just outside Florence, Italy. He was the illegitimate son of a notary, Messer Piero Fruosino di Antonio da Vinci and a peasant girl by the name of Caterina. His parents were not married, and after he was born, his mother married someone else, so he ended up being raised by his father (mos.org).
Undoubtedly, he was a hero because of the deeds he did for the United States of America. Without him, the country wouldn’t be what it is today. At a decently young age, Carnegie developed a special technique for converting iron into a stronger material called steel. With this method, he was able to produce and sell at lower prices, allowing other companies to buy and build with a lower budget (Document 4). This changed the face of the world because it gave people the
As we continue to read Ender’s Game we find Enders’ true mental capabilities but as we learn from Ender’s Shadow Bean’s mind surpasses Ender’s because his test scores surpass Ender’s. Through Ender’s brilliance the author is able to highlight Bean’s. In the novel, Ender’s Game, Ender is deemed as more intelligent than the rest of the world and is able to outwit the adults and the other students. By acknowledging the fact that Bean received higher test scores than Ender it let’s the reader know that Bean’s intellect cannot be matched. Another characteristic that Bean and Ender share is their size and age.