Ghiberti created expressive, strong facesbased on examples he knew of antient Roman art. Ghiberti depicted volume of bodies and deep architectural space. In the Jacob ans Esaw Panel Ghiberti employed a new system of linear perspective to construct the narrative. This panel with its nearly three dimensional foreground figures, masterful use of perspective and impressive architecture is an example of master work. Ghiberti established a new approach to the human figure and persective in his second set of Baptistery doors, greatly influencing his artistic contemporaries.
During the first centuries, the Roman Empire were able to develop and refine many great technologies of their time including concrete, cranes, wagon technology, domes, arches in building practice, and glass blowing among others things. The glass technology has made influences in their art. Paintings and visual arts were seen to include glassworks such as that wall painting in the Roman Villa Boscoreale in Italy which beautifully
Consequently, folklore has been considered a factor that may influence the art works' artistic formation, organic structure and its cultural and contextual aspects, a factor that dyes the art work with Egyptian characteristics. " It is only through folklore that artists may make an Egyptian formula for the form and content of artistic structure, may deepen their craft knowledge and may establish their aesthetic theory. Out of the above-mentioned notion, the present study is
It is the intention of this essay to discuss whether or how the classical columns influenced and invested in the architecture of Australia and use of its ornamentation invented in ancient Western world. The Stonehenge, a prehistoric monument located in Wiltshire, London is a good example that shows the use of post and lintel system in architecture. This is the basic ancient building system where posts had been used to support the lintels. It seems that Greeks have used the same method but in a more sophisticated manner. They developed have used featured pillars with various kinds of architectural decorations which is commonly replicated today as classical orders.
First, I will discuss the compositional design of each artwork. Secondly, I will contextualize each artwork and address the stylistic tendencies. Lastly, I will be comparing and contrasting the artworks. Doryphoros of Polykleitos are also known as the ‘spear bearer’(see Addendum A, Figure 1) was a Roman marble sculpture copy from Pompeii, Italy, after the bronze original of c.a. 450-440 BCE from the Early and high Classical Greek era(Kleiner, 2005:135).
Art maybe define as the creation of an object, which may not be done by nature itself, but the willing driven power, inspiration and imaginary perception by any individual, which may be visual to the development of an aesthetic environment, experience and object that can be shared with others. “During the Renaissance, the word Art emerges as a collective term encompassing Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture, a grouping given currency by the Italian artist and biographer Giorgio Vasari in the 16th century. Subsequently, this grouping was expanded to include Music and Poetry which became known in the 18th century as the 'Fine Arts' .“Art develops out of every situation thus the use of abundant materials in our environment to create unique artwork which brings a new definition to Fine Art ”. About Artists El Anatsui’s “Rain Has No Father” Size: 13 x 19feet (2008) and Roxanne Swentzell’s “Mud Woman Roll On” Size 10 x 11feet (2011) are the two pieces of art that caught my attention because of the creativity, their ability to reuse abandoned materials such as bottle caps, copper, metal plates, straw, clay and above all the inspiration behind the art works. El Anatsui, the main brain behind this art
Music, theatre, film, dance, and other performing arts, as well as literature and other media such as interactive media, are included in a broader definition of art or the arts.  Until the 17th century, art referred to any skill or mastery and was not differentiated from crafts or sciences. In modern usage after the 17th century, where aesthetic considerations are paramount, the fine arts are separated and distinguished from acquired skills in general, such as the decorative or applied arts. Art may be characterized in terms of mimesis (its representation of reality), expression, communication of emotion, or other qualities. During the Romantic period, art came to be seen as "a special faculty of the human mind to be classified with religion and science".
Baroque Age was often thought of as a historical time of creative style. The word "Baroque" has been used since the 18th century to denote, poems, architecture, paintings literature and all else that is vibrant, excruciating and, to some ocular perceivers, astounding and incredible even uncomely (Earls). It began the age of scientific method of inquiry that laid to the foundation of the modern scientific age. The word Baroque means “a pearl of irregular system”. This age of art was a style full of life, strong passions, allegory, and refined qualities.
The world of art lives around us in our daily lives, it has may become more evolved than it was from back in the day but art does go back into centuries. Art is something that is created by one’s imagination and made into something to show the way the artist thinks, feels and/or to tell a story. Art is a path that some choose to show their creative side, whether it is a painting, a drawing, a sculpture, quilts, photography or glass and so much more. There are many ways to show one’s creative imagination. Personally, mine has been drawing on a piece of paper with just a pencil and an eraser.