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Art / 1300-1700 : An 8 page research paper on the development of artistic techniques between 1300 and 1700 in The Netherlands, Flanders, Rome, Spain, Italy and France. Various artists’ works are discussed in terms of evolving techniques, including Da Vinci, Van Eyck, Michelangelo, La Tour, Velazquez, and the Boucicaut Master. Other influences are also presented. Bibliography lists 6 sources. 6paint.wps

Jan van Eyck / Techniques and Innovations : A 7 page research paper on the innovations of van Eyck. The writer looks at the incorporation of realism and religious/ethereal symbolism within everyday settings, describing the symbolism in the Ghent alterpieces and the Arnolfini Wedding. Also explored are his techniques in light, illumination, oil and color. A discussion of Panofsky’s theory on not reviewing art within historical contexts is also presented. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cneyckn.wps

Comparison of Two Art Genres -- Sensibilite vs. Rococo : 4 pages in length. An analytical discussion of how paintings from different eras are indeed, representative of entirely different genres. The writer describes Francois Boucher's "The Toilet of Venus" as being exemplary of the Sensibilite Movement while Greuz's "Broken Eggs" is more clearly a work from the Rococo Period. The key features that separate these two types of art are defined and each painting is described in the context of its own period. No Bibliography. Paintin3.wps

Comparing Three Minimalist Artists : A 10 page paper highlighting the work of Marcel Duchamp, Ulrich Ruckriem and Donald Judd. Of these three artists, it would appear that only Ruckriem is in danger of taking too seriously both his work and minimalist art in general. Duchamp made fun of the entire area of modern art and encouraged others to do the same; Judd even disdained hearing his work called sculpture. They each presented very different styles, both in their approaches and their final work, as evidenced by Ruckriem’s concerns of his work being too much for a building to support weighed against the report of Judd’s volume of work and wide range of sizes. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Minimal.wps

Abstract Expressionism / Art & Architecture Comparison : A 20 page paper that explores layering, spatial depth, minimalism, combination of materials, objects and colors, and the moralist vein, all of which typify abstract expressionism. The artists and architects reviewed and compared include: Pollock and Richard Gluckman, Helen Frankenthaler and Garth Alexander Oldershaw, Jasper Johns and James Stewart Polshek, and Barnett Newman and Sam Durant. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Artarch.wps

"Art Past, Art Present" by Wilkins and Schultz: A Specific View of... : This 4 page report discusses both the text itself and the work of two different "modern" artists – Jasper Johns and Diego Rivera -- from the book "Art Past, Art Present." By examining the work of artists within a specific timeframe, the authors also present a larger view of human history and culture. Bibliography lists only the text itself as a source. Artpast.rtf

Movies – 20th Century Art Form : This 8 page report discusses cinema as a form of 20th century art. Numerous examples are noted. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Moviart.wps

The Contributions Of Meyer Shapiro To Romanesque Art : An 8 page paper that discusses the contribution that Meyer Shapiro made to Romanesque Art. It discusses how Shapiro relates the aesthetics of Romanesque Art to the social desire of the period to create beauty as well as speak to the religious themes, and that aesthetic renderings of religious themes was the main intent of the artists. He proves this through a discussion of the liberties the artists took with those themes. This representation runs counter to most discussions of Romanesque art, which focus on form and function. 1 source cited. Romanart.wps

Cubism in Modern Art : A 5 page paper that argues that Cubism, and particularly artists Picasso and Braque, was the forerunner to the "science as art" movement that continues today. The paper defines Cubism and its originators, and looks at some of the works of the cubists and how it affected a modern application of science in the arts. Artists works and ideas discussed include Picasso, Cezanne, Leger, Uecker, Duchamp, Malevich, Frankenthaler and Klee. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Cubism.wps

Cubism vs. Futurism : 3 page essay comparing cubism and futurism (abstract art) with mention of Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Marinetti, DuChamp etc; No Bibliography. Cubsimfu.wps

French Impressionism vs. Modernism : A 4 page paper comparing these two art forms. The writer describes how each is different from the other, as well as comparing one of Monet's paintings [Water Lillies] with one of Picasso's [Ma Jolie]. Bibliography cites 6 sources. Artcomp.wps

Human Nature in Renaissance Art : A 20 page paper describing the view of human nature on renaissance art. The writer describes the Renaissance belief in humanism and its effects on the view of human nature and how this is portrayed in art of the time. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Renaissat.wps

Michelangelo’s Contributions to the Renaissance : A 6 page research paper that critically analyzess the life and selected works of the Italian artist Michelangelo. Michelangelo’s contributions and influence on Italy and the Renaissance period are discussed, with particular reference to his sculpture, ‘David’, and his painting in the Sistine Chapel. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Michren.wps

Romanesque Art : The contributions of Marilyn Stokstad are noted in this 8 page paper that focuses on the Romanesque style. The only source for this analysis is her 1988 book Medieval Art in which she focuses on history in interpreting the evolution of various art periods. The roots of Romanesque art are discussed, which include such influences as the Carolingian, Ottonian and Byzantine styles. Romart.wps

Pop Art : The sixties art movement is discussed in a 6 page overview. Definitions of the movement are in depth. Specific works are analyzed along with the movement itself. Social and political meanings of the art are explored. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Popart.wps

Social, Political & Economical Impact Of 18th Century Art : 3 pages in length. The social, political and economical impact of eighteenth century art was vast and encompassing. The world, at that time, was changing in leaps and bounds, and those of the artistic circles were not to be left behind. The writer discusses the particular influence to this change of two extraordinary and celebrated French artists: Jacques-Louis David and Francois Boucher. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Art18cent.wps

African-American Art & Apartheid : A 5 page paper that considers the impacts of African American art and artists on the transition from Apartheid rule and suggest that the prevellence of compassionate correlations made in American art have underscored the imperative of black artists in South Africa. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Afra.wps

Cultural Expression In African American Art : A 4 page paper on the use of art to express the African American struggles (everyday and over the centuries), successes, and the search for identity and empowerment. Two artists highlighted are: Jason Miccolo Johnson and John Biggers, noting their past and contributing contributions to the culture of African American expression. The paper also relies on quotes from literary and other Black artists to express not only the daily struggle for survival and recognition for African Americans, but the struggle of Black artists in the art world itself. Art.doc

The Rediscovery Of The Human / The New Physicality In Late Medieval Art & Literature : A comprehensive, 60 page thesis paper on the transition between what has come to be called in the art field the Romanesque & Gothic periods. The writer asserts, first, that a similar distinction is also present in the literature, and that the Gothic spirit is actually a rediscovery of the physical which had been lost due to the Christian Church’s obsession with the spiritual alone. It is ultimately concluded that the transformation of vision that occurred in late medieval ages was the movement from a culture obsessed with becoming divine to a culture more at home in its own humanity. Bibliography lists more than 25 sources. Artthes.rtf

The Renaissance & Humanism In the Art and Music in San Marco, Venice :
A 12 page paper that provides a comprehensive overview of the significant features of the art and music of San Marco, Venice during the Renaissance era and considers the relationship between the art and the ideal of humanism. Bibliography lists 7 sources. venicen.wps

Fras Angelico and Lippi / Style & Social Perspective : An 8 page research paper exploring the social and personal ideals held by Fras Angelico and Lippi and how these ideals translated to their art. The writer discusses several pieces, with focus on the contrast between their "Madonna and Child" paintings. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cnlipang.wps

Abstract Expressionism / Art & Architecture Comparison : A 20 page paper that explores layering, spatial depth, minimalism, combination of materials, objects and colors, and the moralist vein, all of which typify abstract expressionism. The artists and architects reviewed and compared include: Pollock and Richard Gluckman, Helen Frankenthaler and Garth Alexander Oldershaw, Jasper Johns and James Stewart Polshek, and Barnett Newman and Sam Durant. Bibliography lists 14 sources. Abstrexp.wps

The Influence Of African Art in Haiti : A 10 page paper that describes the influences of African art on Haiti and looks at some early Haitian artists and considers the role of their African heritage in the development of their craft. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Arihaiti.wps

Japanese Art and Culture : This 10 page paper provides an overview of Japanese culture with an emphasis on art. Included is a section on the history of art in Japan. Contemporary subjects are addressed including the culture's treatment of AIDS and homosexuality. Comparisons between Japanese and Western culture are made throughout the paper. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Japcult.wps

Japanese Art During The Asuka Period : This 5 page paper provides an overview of Japanese art as was created during the Asuka period. The scope of the era is defined and its link with the introduction of Buddhism is highlighted. The Horyuji Temple is noted as being important to the history of Japanese art and the clothing as created during the time period is also included. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Asuka.wps

Japanese Art Of The Kamakuran Period : 10 pages in length. The Kamakuran period marks the time in Japanese history when the city of Kamakura was the capitol of Japan. The period was characterized by great and beautiful art as a direct result of the change in military rule, and Buddhist beliefs. Most of the art of the time consisted sculptures pictures and portraits of Gods, spirits, and priests. This paper traces the development, significance, & style of Kamakuran Bibliography lists 5 sources. Kamakura.doc

Mimbres Pottery : A 10 page essay on the beautiful pottery produced by this tribe of ancient North American Indians. Bibliography lists six sources. Mimbres.wps

Josiah Wedgwood : This 5 page paper profiles the man who has been praised for creating an extremely successful enterprise in the eighteenth century. He is most well known for the type of Wedgwood pottery sold today in light blue with decorative white reliefs. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Wedgwood.wps

Mexican Art of the 19th and 20th Centuries / Comparison of Styles and Trends :
A 5 page paper that provides an overview of the basic trends in art in 19th and 20th century Mexico and considers the impact of the War of Independence on the emergence of the focus on regional art. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mexiart.wps

Leonardo DaVinci : A 10 page overview of Leonardo DaVinci's life & work. Bibliography lists 7 sources. End notes. Davinci.wps

Rembrandt’s Life & Works : A 7 page paper on the life and works of Rembrandt. The writer discusses some of the more significant of his works, and talks about how he was perceived by his peers. Bibliography included. Remb.wps

Salvadore Dali : 5 page biography and discussion of the 20th century Spanish surrealist painter, Salvadore Dali. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Dali.wps

Salvadore Dali / Life & Works : 10 pages exploring the life of Dali concentrating on how aspects of his life influenced his painting. Examples of his early, Surrealist, and Classical periods are given with analysis. Bibliography that lists 6 sources. Saldal.wps

Salvador Dali / A Look At Two Of His Works : This 3 page report examines two of the painter's most renown works, The Persistence of Memory and Sacrament of the Last Supper. They are not done in the same style, yet share many similarities. A brief synopsis of Dali's life as an artist serves as an introduction. No Bibliography. Dali2.wps

The Use Of Non-Naturalistic Coadjutors In The Work Of Salvadore Dali : An 8 page essay on the use of non-naturalistic ‘‘coads,’’ or images, in representatives works from the different periods of Dali’s career. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Coads.wps

Breton, Dali, & Dada / Surrealism : A 7 page essay on the roots of Dada and Surrealism, with a discussion of the political and personal influences characteristic of these art forms—their beginning and their end. Artists work reviewed include Salvadore Dali, Rene Magritte, and Sherwood Anderson, among others. Bibliography cites 9 sources. Surealda.wps

"Hagar" by Edmonia Lewis (1875) : A 5 page reaction paper to this extraordinary marble representation of the biblical character emphasizes a variety of emotional responses. Several points are made including the artist's possible perception, the masculinity of the piece along with its angelic qualities.The figure's relationship with the biblical tale is also noted. Hagar.doc

Howard Finster / An Artist on a Mission : A comprehensive 10 page discussion of the life and works of Reverend Howard Finster, a 20th century artist who, when suddenly endowed late in life with the talent to paint, believed that God was guiding him artistically. Numerous works are analyzed. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Finster.wps

Helen Frankenthaler : A 4 page paper that discusses Frankenthaler's experience in the world of art, her unique technique and its subsequent applications. The paper discusses the fact of recognition for her technique in a male-dominant art world, but not her works. Through feminist descriptions of a few of her works, the paper posits that the beauty of the paintings themselves may have been largely ignored in light of the fact that her technique was so intriguing. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Frank2.wps

Mark Rothko & Universal Visions : A 5 page research paper on Mark Rothko and his artistic vision as it applies to the concept of art and society. The writer posits that Rothko’s vision was much more than colors, shapes and forms, and reflects an intent to move the soul beyond isolation to universalism. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Cnrothko.wps

Frida Kahlo : This 1 page paper discusses the life of famous Mexican painter Frida Kahlo. The writer analyzes the way Kahlo's paintings represent her life, and the inspiration she offers as a Latin American woman. Bibliography lists one source. Frida.wps ..Total Price Only $ 9.95 !

The Life & Works of F.J. DeGoya : 6 page discussion of the life and works of Francisco Jose DeGoya, the 18th century Spanish painter. Focuses upon "The Shootings of May Third" and "Pradrera de San Isidro." Bibliography lists 8 sources. Goya.wps

The Influence Of Francisco de Goya : A 15 page paper analyzing the effect the late eighteenth-century painter Francisco de Goya had on the Impressionists of the late nineteenth century and the Expressionists of the early twentieth. The writer concludes that the Impressionists primarily gained from Goya a fresh way of looking at light; the Expressionists gained from his darker period a more direct way of depicting the human soul. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Goya2.wps

Romanticism / The Dark Eye of Beauty : A 10 page analysis of three paintings-Goya’s "Saturn devouring his son," Delacroix’s "Death of Sardanapalus," and Fuseli’s "The Nightmare." The writer examines how each of these paintings fits a definition of Romanticism written in an essay by Burke in 1755 while also discussing the contributions that each artist made to the Romantic movement. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Rompaint.wps

Art During the Romantic Period : A 10 page examination of the art and artists which characterize the period referred to as the Romantic Period. Includes literature, music and painting. Stresses that this period is characterized more by philosophical revolt, a revolt in which all art forms began to rebel against the status quo and rationalism, than it is by a particular art form or style. Also stresses that there is much overlap between art forms and that classification of such forms is often subjective. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Romanart.wps

Gaze / Impressionist Flaneur : An 8 page essay on the gaze of the Impressionists in the urban setting. The writer posits that the flaneur’s gaze was not only artistic but political, particularly in respect to consumerism and changing women’s roles. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Gaze.wps

Cezanne’s "The Bather" : A 5 page research essay on Paul Cezanne’s mesmerizing work, "The Bather." In the course of an argument that posits that the work is nearly indescribable and is definitely "un-categorical," the writer describes Cezanne’s techniques, philosophies and achieved effects. The writer also provides descriptions of the work by art critics, which tend to the metaphysical. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Cezbathr.doc

Cezanne’s "The Bather" # 2 : A 5 page essay on the rhythms and cadences that speak to the soul in Cezanne’s "The Bather." The writer compares the dissonances in Cezanne’s work to musical counterbalance, positing that the artist (Cezanne) creates a Rachmaninoff concerto from Debussy’s "Chanson de Billets." Cezmuse.doc

Cezanne’s "The Great Bathers" / Response : A 5 page essay on the rhythms and cadences that speak to the soul in Cezanne’s "The Great Bathers." The writer compares the dissonance and consonance in Cezanne’s work to musical counterbalance, positing that Cezanne creates a symphonic arrangement from the various techniques described. Cezmuse2.doc

Courbet and Cezanne / A Contrast and Comparison : A 6 page paper comparatively discussing the lives & works of these two artists. Their reflections of their lives within their works are contrasted and compared. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Cezan.wps

Biography Of Van Gogh / Stone’s "Lust for Life" : A 7 page paper discussing the way Irving Stone presented the life of Van Gogh in this bio-history. It compares Stone’s version of one particular incident to those of two other Van Gogh biographers, and also includes the viewpoints of several other critics who have commented on Stone’s handling of his genre. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Vangogh.wps

Sunflowers Comparative / Monet & Van Gogh : A 5 page research paper comparing and contrasting the sunflower paintings of these two artists. The writer posits that, according to their own desires, the artists created the effect of either order (Monet) or emotion (van Gogh). Bibliography lists 5 sources. Sunflwr.wps

Van Gogh’s "Starry Night" as a Religious Vision : A 15 page analysis of Vincent Van Gogh’s famous painting, showing how its technique and iconography argue in favor of its role as religious art. The paper examines the painting from both a technical and a symbolic viewpoint. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Starvis.wps

Van Gogh’s "Self Portrait With A Straw Hat" : A 5 page paper discussing three different perspectives of Vincent Van Gogh. The first addresses the self-portrait, titled "Self-Portrait with a Straw Hat," and how his personal life was evident in the painting. The second perspective is also based on the same self-portrait but addresses how earlier art influenced this piece. The last section, and the largest, illustrates why people saw Van Gogh as insane. Bibliography lists 4 sources. RAgogh.wps

Teaching Van Gogh to Sixth Grade Students - 3 Lesson Plans : Three 2-page lesson plans for teaching 6th grade art students. Includes Van Gogh's artwork, new vocabulary words, and a post-lesson quiz. Each bibliography lists 2 sources. An excellent reference for anyone studying elementary education ! (6 pages total). Artlesso.wps

Artwork Of Frederic Remington & His Depiction Of The American West : A 12 page paper that provides an overview of the ideals and values of the American West as expressed through the art work of Frederic Remington. This paper considers Remington's impact on the identity of the West and the myths and perceptions that were supported by his art. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Remington.rtf

Castiglione's "The Courtier" and Neoplatonic Beauty During the Renaissance :
A 6 page paper on this landmark work in Renaissance literature and the art that shared its aesthetic goals. The writer details Castiglione's view of Neoplatonic beauty, and then relates it specifically to the works of two Renaissance artists, Michelangelo and Leonardo da vinci. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Castig.wps

Caravaggio’s Card Sharps" : A 7 research paper which analyzes this work by the Italian artist Caravaggio. The writer shows how this painting is representative of Caravaggio’s work and also the areas in which it is unique. The controversy surrounding Caravaggio’s habitual use of young boys as subjects for his paintings is also addressed. Bibliography lists 4 sources-. Cardshar.wps

Corrado Giaquinto’s "The Marriage of the Virgin" : A 3 page paper that provides an analysis of this work, with a concentration on the physical qualities, iconography and style. Bibliography lists 3 sources. giaqui.wps

Restoration Of The Sistine Chapel : A 5 page paper discussing the restoration of the frescoes of the Sistine Chapel and the various sides taken in the controversy surrounding whether they were improved or destroyed by the work done. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Sistine.wps

Rodin’s "The Kiss" : A 5 page research paper that explores Rodin’s work from the viewpoint of aesthetics, form, and passion. The writer also explores his work in terms of the period in which it appeared, criticism received, past and present, and how ultimately, his aesthetic principles are served. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Rodinkis.wps

Cellini & Michelangelo, Mannerism Pieces : A 6 page paper exploring the way which two artists expressed the changing world in which they lived. The two pieces compared and contrasted are Michelangelo’s "The Damned," a small part of Last Judgment, and Cellini’s The Saltcellar. These pieces were selected because of similar and contrasting poses of the figures within the pieces and how they represent a move to Mannerism. Ideals studied include subject, and affectations such as complexity and variety. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cellmich.wps

Edgar Degas : This 5 page report discusses Edgar Degas (1834-1917), French painter and sculptor. The writer also briefly compares two of Degas best-known paintings, "Dancer on Stage" and "Women With Chrysanthemums." Bibliography lists 7 sources. Degas2.wps

Christo / A Contemporary Artist : This 8 page overview about a contemporary artist is organized into four parts. One part discusses the artist’s use of color and another compares him to DeKooning. The third part is an analysis of Christo’s role in contemporary society and how the era in which he lives is reflected by his works. Finally, a mock interview with the man reveals answers to the public’s most perplexing questions. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Christo.wps

Jackson Pollock / Abstract Expressionist : This 9 page paper proposes that the abstract expressionist was the leader of the art movement in America during the post World War II era. Ultimately, he and his cohorts, shifted the center of the art world from Paris to New York. Several of his works are explored in a piece that looks at the art movement in historical perspective. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Jackpoll.wps

John La Farge / Stained Glass Artist : A 5 page essay on the nineteenth century artist who invented opalescent stained glass and was a leader in other areas as well. He created thousands of beautiful stained glass windows during his career that rival Tiffany’s, who was a contemporary and a competitor. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Laforge.wps

Henry Moore / A Sculptor : A 10 page paper on Henry Moore, one of the greatest sculptors of the 20th century. His childhood is discussed -- detailing much of his father’s strength which supported Moore with common sense. A discussion of Moore and his position as a sculptor in regards to his particular time followed by a section discussing particular works of Moore’s which demonstrates his unique style, a style that was just as unique and adventuresome as the other popular artists of the time. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Hmoore.wps

Donatello vs. Ghiberti : The works, styles, and respective contributions of these Italian Renaissance artists are compared and contrasted in this 6 page analysis. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Donat.wps

The Works of Rembrandt and Ruben / Contrasts and Similarities : An 8 page paper dealing with the life and works of Rembrandt and Peter Paul Rubens. Contrasts the styles of each. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Ruben.wps

Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) : A 6 page paper which examines the life of Flemish painter and sketch artist Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), three of his works and his legacy as one of the most renowned artists of the seventeenth century baroque movement. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Pprubens.wps

George Seurat - Scientific Impressionism : A 3 page essay on George Seurat-- a French neoimpressionist painter from the late 19th century. The writer analyzes Seurat's work, technique, & style,-- arguing that he represented "the ultimate example of an artist as a scientist." Several of Seurat's paintings are discussed. No Bibliography. Seurat.wps

George Seurat & Pointillism : A 6 page research paper that examines the system of painting develop by French Neoimpressionist painter, Georges Seurat (1859-1891). Although Seurat's use of colored dots is usually referred to as "Pointillism," Seurat preferred the term "divisionism." Pointillism involves using thousands of dots of color that are of uniform size applied with calculated and painstaking control. Seurat controlled the application of these dots so precisely that the subtlest tints were brought under his control. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Pointill.wps

The Transformation of Modern Art in the Last Quarter of the 19th Century : The changes in paintings in the last 30 years of the 19th century mark the most dramatic, distinct, and impressive changes in visual art since the Renaissance. This 5 page paper looks at the works of Seurat, Van Gogh, and Cezanne and considers the progression into modernism that these works represent. This paper will focus predominantly on the two works, one each by Van Gogh and Cezanne, and consider the elements of modernism represented in their compositions, choice of color and line, distinct characteristics and their subjects. Bibliography lists 1 source. Pastart.wps

The Use Of Crimson In French Art, Neoclassic To Art Nouveau : An 8 page essay on how the use of crimson in French art evolved over time. The writer discusses paintings by Delacroix, Gericault, Corbet, Manet, Monet, Seurat, Gaugin, Moreau, and others. Also briefly discussed are the sociopolitical underpinnings to the use and avoidance of crimson in art during this period. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Cncrimsn.wps

Graffiti Artist / Basquiat : A 30 page paper discussing Jean-Michel Basquiat, his life, his art, and his art in relation to society and what its message stresses for us. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Basquiat.wps

Graffiti : This 8 page paper provides support for the continuance of graffiti. The view considers the works as both art and a social message from the inner cities. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Graffiti.wps

Art & Its Depiction of the Human : 5 pages discussing how art intricately depicts the human figure as evidenced by the following works : "David" (Michelangelo), Portrait of Giovanni Anolfini" (John Van Eyck), "David" (Bernini), and "Merode Alterpiece" (Robert Campin). Theme, form, detail, and more are discussed. No Bibliography. Arthuman.wps

Comparison of Two Similar Paintings : 5 page opinionated comparison between two similar paintings : Edgar Degas' "Nude Woman Having Her Hair Combed" (Metro. Museum of Art) and Francois Boucher's "The Toilet of Venus." 2paintin.wps

Comparison Between Two Paintings / Ter Borch & Brouwer -- Technique : A 10 page comparison between "A Young Woman at her Toilet w/ Her Maid" and "The Smokers." The writer compares these two works of art in terms of six key echnique points with respect to the Flemish and Dutch schools. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Terborch.wps

Comparative Art / Matisse vs. Turner : An 8 page piece on Matisse and Turner that compares the artifice in Odalisque and The Slave Ship. As Matisse’s Impressionistic art sought to reflect a lifestyle, so did Turner’s Romantic art. The difference being that Matisse was not interested in judgments or making political statements. His interest was in the placing of color on canvas in a certain order. Turner also had this interest, but his comment was political and of mythical proportions. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Compart.wps

Comparison / Matisse and Moreau : A 5 page comparison of Gustave Moreau’s "Salome" and Matisse’s "The Painter and His Model." The writer presents comparisons in terms of balance and other aesthetics, along with some of the artists philosophies, with a concentration on those of Moreau. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Matimore.wps

Artistic Comparisons / Degas & Canova : A 5 page paper that compares the work of Edgar Degas ("The Little 14 year old Dancer) with that of Antonio Canova (Perseus and the Head of Medea). This comparison focuses on Degas Impressionist considerations and Canova representation as a Neoclassicist, and the meaning that these eras had to the work of both men. The comparison also demonstrates the way in which subject plays a role in the ability of the viewer to perceive similarities or differences between two works. Degascan.wps

Art Comparison / "Venus of Urbino" vs. "Entombment" : In this 9 page paper, the writer compares the paintings "Venus of Urbino" by Titian and "Entombment" by Jacopo Pontormo. Venusu.wps

Art Comparison / "Trajan in Armor" vs. "Alexander with the Lance" : A 5 page paper that provides an overview of comparisons that can be made between these two statues. Bibliography lists only a web site used to view these statues. Trajalex.wps

Salvador Dali / A Look At Two Of His Works : This 3 page report examines two of the painter's most renown works, The Persistence of Memory and Sacrament of the Last Supper. They are not done in the same style, yet share many similarities. A brief synopsis of Dali's life as an artist serves as an introduction. No Bibliography. Dali2.wps

Leonardo DaVinci's "Mona Lisa" : A 4 page research paper on DaVinci's infamous painting "Mona Lisa" in which the writer presents their own opinion of the work and then complements it with in-depth historical analysis and factual information about the artist, the model, and even the work's original name. From an artistic perspective, the materials and methods used to paint the Mona Lisa are described as being genuinely representative of DaVinci's era. Monalisa.wps

Leonardo DaVinci’s "Mona Lisa" and "Vitruvian Man" : A 4 page paper that discusses the artistic principles DaVinci developed and applied to his paintings generally, in comparison with other artists of the period, and the application of these techniques to each of these two paintings. The paper discusses these in light of the Renaissance ideas of science and humanity and posits that perhaps the "imperfections" in his paintings exhibit a larger experiment in these two areas of thought. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Davinci2.doc

Pablo Picasso's "Guitar": A 7 page analytical research paper on Picasso's "Guitar." Beginning with a brief introduction to Picasso's life & works, the writer specifically examines how this particular painting does or does not relate to the artist, his other works, and to the Cubist movement itself. Numerous elements of the painting are analyzed, discussed, and elaborated upon. Bibliography lists 10 sources. Picasso.wps

Picasso's "Les Demoiselles" vs. Botticelli's "Birth of the Virgin" : A 5 page essay that looks at the form of art as a reflection of scientific principles and societal attitudes of the two eras (Renaissance and Early 20th Century (Cubist)). The paper discusses how these two artists' works embody these principles and attitudes in regards use of color and light, and volume and mass v. geometrics. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Bottpica.wps

Picasso / Review of Style and Attitude in the War Years (WWII) : A 5 page essay on the psychology behind the radical change in the art of the war years, with specific focus on Pablo Picasso. The writer reviews the change in Cubist form in "Guernica," and describes these changes in terms of realism encroaching upon Cubist ideals. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Cnpicasso.wps

Pablo Picasso – "Au bon marche" : This 5 page report discusses the artist Pablo Picasso and makes specific notice of his 1913 painting. The writer also discusses the painting in the larger context of "cubism" which Picasso and Braque "created" in approximately 1910. Picasso’s writing is also briefly discussed. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Picasso3.wps

Comparisons of Major Artists & Representative Work : Both Rembrandt van Rijn and Pablo Picasso created paintings which represent individuals from their respective societies. Other artists, from Manet to Delacroix, have demonstrated different social, physical and compositional elements that have challenged societal norms. This 5 page paper provides a number of comparisons, including a comparison of Rembrandt’s "The Night Watch" and Picasso’s "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" as well as a discussion of the social challenges presented in a work of Manet. Bibliography lists 1 source. Majart.wps

Garden Of Eden, Garden Of Gethsemane & The Last Supper : 10 pages in length. No greater contrarieties could exist than between the Garden of Eden and the Garden of Gethsemane; their drastic differences were as vast as the day is long. Where one represented peace and tranquility, the other symbolized sadness, torture and the depths of despair. There is much controversy and mystery surrounding da Vinci's painting, The Last Supper, depending upon which account one believes -- the biblical version or the contemporary version. Even within the biblical version, however, there exists varying accounts of what took place in da Vinci's masterpiece. The writer compares and contrasts the differences between the Gardens, briefly accounts for the fall of Adam and Eve, discusses the various interpretations of The Last Supper, and also includes a bit about the history behind the artist's rendering. Bibliography lists 11 sources. GrdnEden.wps

Leonardo da Vinci and Fractals : A 15 page interpretation of Lenoardo da Vinci’s "The Last Supper" in terms of fractals. The writer presents Leonardo’s mathematical leanings and application of his genius in his lifetime, and discusses basic fractal relationship to nature. The writer applies the 5 - 3 ratio of the Fibonacci series to the mural, and why Leonardo chose this type of geometry to portray the last supper of Christ. Bibliography lists 11 sources. Cnvincfr.wps

Analysis of Rembrandt's "Rembrandt Contemplating the Bust of Aristotle" : A 5 page paper discussing three aspects of this infamous painting : light, shadow and psychological basis (mood) of subject. These are tied into the relevancy of this self-portrait to the Baroque period and Rembrandt's move away from his peers, which led to his genius. Bibliography lists 4 sources . Rembrand.wps

Comparison Essay Between Rembrandt and Poussin : A 4 page essay using the fictitious act of describing the differences between Rembrandt’s "Prodigal Son" and Poussin’s "Arcadian Shepherds" that should be taken into consideration when selecting a painting for a natural environment—a riverfront home. Bibliography lists 2 sources. Cnrempou.wps

Explication of Painting / Poussin's "Summer" : A 3 page essay reviewing a work by Nicolas Poussin on display at N.Y.'s Metropolitan Museum of Art. The work is sometimes called "Summer"-- or at other times, it is known as "People." The writer of this paper expresses why the first of these titles is more applicable. Examined are the artist's use of landscape, dimension, story, color accuracy, and more. No Bibliography. Paintin2.wps

Benton's "Self-Portrait" : Thomas Hart Benton, an American painter, created a "self-portrait" work on display at New Yodrk City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. In this 5 page essay, the writer discusses Benton's message in "Self-Portrait" as well as his thematic style, use of contrast, imagery, and more. Bibliography lists 4 relevant sources providing background information on the artist's life & works. Painting.wps

Juan Gris’ "Breakfast" / Analysis Of Painting : This 1914 painting by Juan Gris hangs in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. In this 6 page paper, a brief biography of the artist is followed by an interpretation of the piece. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Breakfas.wps

Hieronymus Bosch And "The Garden Of Earthly Delights" : This 5 page paper reflects upon the images presented in Bosch’s triptych "The Garden of Earthly Delights" and looks specifically at the use of Biblical references and the African images presented in the work as a means of considering Bosch’s perspectives on good and evil. Bosch.wps

Painting Comparison Of "Brazilian Landscape" (Frans Post) And "Jewish Cemetery" (Jacob van Isaackszoon Ruisvael) : This 5 page report compares the two paintings and makes note of their similarities and distinct differences. Bibliography lists 1 source. Brazcape.wps

Comparing Two Coins / Symbology Of Culture : A 5 page analysis of the symbolic content, similarities and differences, of a coin issued by Lysimachus and a U.S. Kennedy half dollar. No bibliography. Coincult.wps

Art Opinion / At the Smithsonian : A 5 paragraph (2 page) essay expressing the author's opinions about five works viewed in Washington D.C.'s 'Smithsonian Gallery of Hispanic Art.' No bibliography. Artgall.wps

Lorenzo de Medici : A 5 page essay on the life and accomplishments of the great Renaissance patron of the arts and ruler of Florence. Bibliography lists 4 sources . Lorenzo.wps

Grant Wood’s "American Gothic" : A 5 page research paper on the artistic intent of Wood’s famous work of the Iowa farmer holding his pitchfork next to his daughter. Included in the discussion of the work are the various interpretations of the piece, including iconography, personification, attributes, and hidden symbolism. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Cngrwood.wps

Experimental Typographer Frank Ford : A 5 page essay that explores the historical background and artistic content of three of Ford’s typographical fonts. Bibliography lists 4 sources, including Ford’s personal description of this art. Typoford.wps

Images Of Alexander the Great—A View To The Past : A 5 page essay which examines 2 pictures of Alexander the Great--a fourteenth-century painting entitled ‘‘Alexander Battling the Fur of Hind’’ and a sixteenth-century woodcut print entitled ‘‘The Three Good Pagans.’’ The paper describes the two works of art in detail and explores what may be surmised from a close examination of these two works. No bibliography. Alexgrat.wps

Sidewalk Art / Value to Children & Community : A 5 page essay on the value that sidewalk art plays in community-building. The author pays particular attention to the effects of participation on children, including briefly reviewing a study on arts participation. Also referenced is the work of "Sidewalk Sam." Bibliography lists 4 sources. Cnsidwak.wps

Maya Lin – Architect Of The Vietnam Memorial : This 5 page report discusses Maya Lin, the woman who designed the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. while still only an undergraduate student at Yale. Her accomplishments serve as a powerful metaphor for the American women’s movement which has shown the power a unique woman’s vision can present for an entire nation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Mayalin.wps

Geometric Vases / Male and Female Representation : An 8 page research paper on the Geometric vase era and how male and female figures were treated by the Greek artists. The writer traces a progression in treatment between the early, middle and late Geometric periods. Some of the art pieces considered include the amphoras and red-figure vases of the Dyplon Master, the Francois Vase, Meneleas and Helen, and the Great Calyx Krater. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Cngeomet.wps

The N.M.A.A. / Smithsonian : A 2 page overview of the individual galleries and collective exhibits at the National Museum of American Art of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. The history and purpose of the Renwick Gallery are examined most closely. No Bibliography. Nmassmuse.wps

Trip / Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art : 3 pages worth of analytical reaction to works on display at New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art. Included in the discussion are Max Beckmann's (1932-33) work entitled "Departure," Giacomo's "Street Light," and others. No Bibliography. Modernar.wps

Trip / Metropolitan Museum of Art # 1 : Written after a visit to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, this 3 page essay examines works on display of various European painters including : ElGreco, Picasso, and Renoir. No bibliography. Metmuse.wps

Trip / Metropolitan Museum of Art # 2 : 3 page reaction from a visit to New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Specific works from various periods are discussed and analyzed in light of their culture and artistic content. Included are works from the Greek & Roman, African, and Japanese wings and galleries. No Bibliography. Metmuse2.wps

Trip / Met Museum of Art # 3 / Sphinx of Senwosret III : In this 5 page paper, the writer explicates a specific piece in NY's Metropolitan Museum of Art : The Sphinx of Senwosret III - a sculpting of a powerful Egyptian spirit used by Pharaohs. Discussed are the shape, form, history, materials, durability over time, wear, effect, meaning, color, and more. Bibliography lists 3 sources used to support the writer's discussion of the Sphinx's history. Metmuse3.wps

Trip / Met Museum of Art # 4 / P. Cot's "The Storm" : A short, yet detailed 3 page critique of Pierre-Auguste Cot's "The Storm" (painting) -- as viewed by the writer while on a trip to N.Y. City's Metropolitan Museum of Art. Examined are the artist's use of background/foreground, Cot's meaning, purpose, attention to detail, etc; No Bibliography. Metmuse4.wps

Trip / Metropolitan Museum of Art # 5 : A 2 page reaction to exhibits from various wings of NY's Metropolitan Museum of Art including paintings, sculptures, etc;-- from the Greek & Roman, Asian, African, and other galleries/wings. No Bibliography. Metmuse5.wps

Trip / Met Museum of Art # 6 / Paolo Varonese's "Mars and Venus ..." : This 3 page reaction to a Metropolitan of Art (New York City) painting entitled "Mars and Venus United by Love" discusses Varonese's use of mythology, contrast, attention to artistic detail, etc; No bibliography. Metmuse6.wps

Trip / Met Museum of Art # 7 / Standing Buddha : Approximately 3 pages worth of the writer's own personal analytical reactions to a statue in New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art entitled "Standing Buddha" (India, 5th century A.D.). No Bibliography. Black and White picture of statue included. Buddha.wps

Art Education : An 8 page research paper on Art education, its history, and suggested goals for relevant curricula. The theories of significantly renowned artists and art teachers are discussed with relevance to the author's own creative ideals. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Arteducn.wps

Educating Artistically Talented Students : A 15 page research paper which gives an overview of what is required in nurturing artistic talent. The writer covers such topics as the misconceptions which abound regarding the artistically talented, identifying the talented student, and general recommendations regarding teaching strategies. The writer also offers a general picture of the programs which are available in the U.S. for artistically talented students. Bibliography lists 12 sources. Studtal.wps

Art & Politics : A 5 page essay on how art has always reflected the political climate of its day. Mentioned are the works of Sir John Everett Millais and several others from various cultures and historic periods. Bibliography lists 7 sources w/ end notes. Artpolit.wps

Art Censorship / Right or Wrong? : A 5 page examination of the censorship of art. Discusses the rights and wrongs of censorship and the tendency of many people to conform with the opinions of what they perceive as the majority. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Censart.wps

Censoring Art : A 5 page paper discussing the problem of censorship in regards to visual art. The main focus of the paper is the problem facing our schools art classrooms , with some mention of other types of censorship evident in the schools. Many parents are arguing that much of the material that is presented in the classroom is objectionable and should be removed from the classroom. Other people have complained about art that has been created by students stating that the art is satanic and disturbing and should not be exhibited. Censorship, in general, is wrong and should be opposed. There should, however, be measures taken to protect those who are offended for not all art is appreciated by everyone. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Artcen.wps

Demon Iconography Flourished Throughout The Art Of The Middle Ages : 11 pages in length. Numerous examples have been discovered of the influence, both artistically and ecclesiastically, of the presence of the devil in the lives of common people and saints depicted in the many carvings, sculptures, and paintings of medieval times. Bibliography lists 8 sources. Demonico.wps

Hitler’s Degenerate Art Exhibition : A 6 page paper in which the writer provides an overview of the elements leading up to the German "Degenerate Art Exhibiton" of 1937, in which the Nazi's displayed and then destroyed the art works of major modernists artists. Bibliography lists 6 sources. Degenart.wps

Art In Hiroshima / Then and Now : A 5 page paper that considers the impacts of the bombing of Hiroshima in 1945 on the development of art in that region. The writer focuses on the impact of political cartooning as an art form. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Hiroart.wps

Japanese Animation / Anime & The Link to Hiroshima : A 5 page paper that considers the role that the bombing of Hiroshima has played in the shaping of modern day animation. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Japanim.wps

The State of Humanities : A 12 page paper describing Humanities today and the struggles they face. A short section on the conflict between science and the humanities is included. The National Endowment for the Humanities is spotlighted throughout the text. A speech by Senator Kennedy is included to illustrate the various issues associated with the humanities. A bibliography containing 8 sources of reference follows the paper. Humanity.wps

The Reality of Arts Participation : A 9 page argumentative essay arguing against a separatist proposition that arts participation is divided along the lines of income level or time commitment. The writer proves that people of all cultures and income levels participate in the arts and dispels any question as to whether time availability is divided by class assumptions. The writer incorporates in the argument demographics on income, time availability, and actual participation in the arts across cultures and classes. Bibliography lists 15 sources. Cnartinc.wps

Benefits of Recreational Art Therapy : A 6 page research paper on various types of recreational art therapies and their uses. The writer details general information about the goals of recreational therapy for the mentally disturbed and for traumatic brain injury sufferers. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Recreatn.wps

The Art and Landscape Of The Netherlands : A 7 page paper that discusses the way in which art represents the geography and landscape of the Netherlands. This paper reviews the works of 4 artists, Rembrandt, Van Gogh, Habbema and Vermeer and argues that the works of the latter two artists significantly represent the landscapes and natural beauty, while also considering the importance of cities and physical structures in the landscape of the Netherlands. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Artland.wps

Walter Benjamin / "Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction" : A 6 page essay discussing the author's view of the mechanical reproduction of art and its impact to the aura and tradition of a piece of artwork. Includes a brief biography of Walter Benjamin and his political beliefs. Discusses modern reproductive capabilities (especially digital reproductions) and their impact on art. Bibliography lists two sources. Benjamin.wps

Cultural Influence of World War I : An 10 page research paper on World War I's influence on art, literature and music. The writer describes the significance of World War I, the various art and literary movements, and the changes they led to. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Musicww1.wps

Why are there no great women artists? : A 5 page research paper that examines how the art world has traditionally regarded women artists. The writer examines various opinions and finds consensus that women have been held back from artistic greatness by the institutions and educational systems of society and male discrimination. However, opinions differ on whether or not there have actually been great women artists. Bibliography lists 5 sources. 90femart.wps

Feminist Art : (Art & Feminism) : A 5 page essay discussing how art has evolved to capture the feminist movement and reflect its struggles. The writer is pro-feminist. Bibliography lists 3 sources w/ end notes. Artfemin.wps

From Romanticism to Sexism / The Portrayal of Women in 18th Century Art : A 5 page research paper focusing on how women are portrayed in 18th century art. The paper focuses on Boucher, David, Fragonard and Goya. Substantial background is given on these artists and consequently how women are viewed in their works. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Artfemi3.wps

Government Spending & The Arts : A 4 page essay on the National Endowment for the Arts (N.E.A.) and the tragedy of cut funding at various levels. Using the opinions of those cited in research, the writer makes the argument that it's not too late for us to still do something about this problem and increase funding for the arts so that the future will not become a bleak and comparatively "artless" one. To date, a problem is seen in the fact that artists are compelled not to create works that appeal to the public, but rather to the grant makers. Bibliography lists 7 sources. Nea.wps

Critique of Maj. Owens' Speech On The Arts / NEA : A 5 page critique of the Major's speech and how it uses analogy, parallelism, metaphor, and other artistic techniques to express his ideas. The paper shows how he makes his points in regard to funding for the NEA, which include admonishment for lack of vision, description of potential loss of a tactile communications tool, and a warning about the dangers of giving up creativity and individuality to a self-idolizing group. No bibliography. Neaowen.wps

Portrayal of Women in European Paintings : A 5 page research paper exploring how women are portrayed in paintings. The writer describes images of women in a few key 20th century European paintings, and the social and cultural influences on these portrayals. Bibliography lists 4 sources. Artfemi2.wps

Women and Art: A History of Women Painters and Sculptors from the Renaissance to the Twentieth Century by Elsa Honig Fine: Women have been both the mother and the maiden in the eyes, hearts and art of men. Elsa Fine has given another perspective to the appreciation of art - that of women as creators and critics of art. Women are able to use their ability to create as a means to express their inner desires and beliefs, to connect to themselves in times when a female identity had to be hidden beneath a charade of demur behavior and extravagant fashion. This 10 page paper examines women and art from the perspective presented by Ms. Fine. Bibliography lists 9 sources. KTwomnart.wps

The Agenda of the Far Right / A Future Without Arts or Humanities : A 5 page essay based on the essay, ‘‘Pulling the Fuse on Culture,’’ by Robert Hughes. (Time Magazine, 8/7/95) The writer explores the ramifications of the far-right Republican agenda and what that could mean to the America of the future. No Bibliography. Culfund.wps

Jean-Jacques Rousseau & His Criticism Of The Arts : A 3 page essay discussing Rousseau's criticism of art as something that inherently corrupts civic virtue. The writer finds that Rousseau is logically fair when he critiques Moliere but finds reason to debate his denouncement of the theater -- arguing that in his attack on the arts, Rousseau does actually promotes and endorse certain fascist ideals of censorship. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Rousseau.wps

Kant, Hegel, Nietzche, & Heidegger – How Did Each Of Them Define Art? : This 12 page essay reviews the similarities and differences between four of the great thinkers of the past 200 years. No bibliography. Artph.wps

Art & The Internet : A 5 page essay discussing the benefits of having art created and shown on the Internet in addition to the way it is usually produced. Bibliography lists 3 sources. Artnet.wps

Art & Beauty’s Role in Knowledge : A 5 page paper examining whether art can provide knowledge, or whether that knowledge instead is resident within the individual but unrealized until the experience of the art reveals it. Whether the individual is able to either recognize or access that knowledge is immaterial. When art can bring forth an understanding, it is not providing knowledge per se, but rather providing a framework in which that knowledge can be contained and translated to the conscious mind of its viewer. It is within this context that the work of Warhol becomes important, and Picasso’s Weeping Women series portrays not only the image of pain, but also conveys an understanding of it. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Knowrole.wps


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