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Painting Analysis

The painting I chose is by Alex Gross, titled, “Dark Side.” I chose this piece only after perusing a wide variety of random images via Google using the search term, “most interesting paintings.” Though my method for finding the painting was mundane, the moment I laid eyes on it, I felt an unsettling feeling take hold. 358 more words

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Critical Analysis of an Advertisement II


The ad’s title “How to civilize 7a.m.” is reiterated by the calming inference of the circular shapes of the saucer and teacup of coffee. The photo could have been taken from a different angle–perhaps side or overhead–which would have made the position more mechanical and posed. 282 more words

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Critical Analysis of a Painting

Winter Sparkle by Megan Duncanson

I see this and I smile. I’m immediately drawn in by the majestic use of color. I feel like a kid staring into a glowing toy store window at Christmas, too mesmerized to look way. 269 more words

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Analysis of A Famous Painting

The Intervention of Sabine Women 

When I first saw this painting, I was impressed. This woman in white dress can be seen as a centralized axis in this painting. 280 more words

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Critical Analysis of a Painting

This was a painting that caught my attention when I was google imaging “panting” (yes, “google imaging” is apparently a legitimate phrase nowadays). What attracted me was its color, unique shape, and entertainment. 297 more words

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Critical Analysis of a Painting (a.k.a. Me Fangirling About An Old, Dead, Narcissistic Artist)

I should preface this by mentioning that I’m a Studio Art minor and I will try my best not to make this post disgustingly nerdy (spoiler alert: I will fail).   530 more words

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Critical Analysis of a Painting

One of the focus points of this painting is the bright red color at the back of the woman’s head. The intensity of the red, along with the flair like fade from yellow to a yellow-white, suggests that it is the light from the sun. 291 more words

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