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How Art Movements See Homer or an introduction to art movements with a timeline

This is something I made for myself-a-few-years-age! I remember reading my first art book and the writer was talking like: this artwork seems just like Baroque and that is an exception of Rococo. 159 more words

My Work

Principles of Typography Research: Week 8

This post is purely for my research into my module of Principles of Typography.

I felt I needed to do a bit more research in relation to what I’m going to be writing about in my essay. 599 more words

University

Hand and Eye

The theme of hand and eye is a concept of the photographer and artist transcending the print, exploring the materiality of the photograph itself. The photograph has always been invisible it may grant a a view but its not it that we actually see (Barthes, Post Photography the Artist with a Camera, 2014) This theme based on the materiality of the photograph stretches photography as a medium using contemporary practise. 319 more words

Photography

Cubism

Popular Cubist artists to research are Georges Braque (1882-1963), Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Raymond Duchamp-Villon (1876-1918), Fernand Léger (1881-1955) and Juan Gris (1887-1927).

Cubism is an artist-defined movement that began during the Modernism age in the 20th century. 654 more words

Analysis

Christy Lee Rogers

Christy Lee Rogers falls well within the theme of ‘All The World Is Staged’ as she stages her photographs under water. A notion which is expected as she grew up in Hawaii so its almost natural for her to be drawn to water. 361 more words

Contemporary

All the World is Staged.

Arguably the most important phrase of 20th Century photography is ‘the decisive moment’ the idea of capturing instantaneous moments. How the world seems to present itself to the camera. 540 more words

Photography

A Guide to Scottish Art History

There’s a great deal to like about the Scottish countryside. Be it the rolling green hillsides or deep, mysterious mists, Scotland’s a land of charm and, while it could not be the first European nation that springs to mind when it pertains to the arts, it’s indeed well stood for. 782 more words

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