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Academic papers on Art & Architecture

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,...
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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...
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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...
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Rococo Style
The Rococo period of the early eighteenth century is generally associated with opulence and frivolity. It is often passed over as 'the period between the baroque and the Modern'. It is seldom given it's rightful place in history as a productive era...
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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...
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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...
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Charles Renny Mackintosh
A 5 page paper which discusses the architecture of Scottish architect Charles Renny Mackintosh. In discussing the architecture of Mackintosh we examine three of his most famous buildings which are the Glasgow School of Art, Hill House, and the...
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'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...
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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.
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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...
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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...
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Cubism vs. Futurism
3 page essay comparing cubism and futurism (abstract art) with mention of Picasso, Matisse, Braque, Marinetti, DuChamp etc; No Bibliography.
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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.
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Painting With Monet: Art is very much a journey, comparable to a long awaited vacation. It allows an individual to step outside the cares of everyday life, relax and be immersed in the colors and motion of living. It puts experience into the moment and on
Impressionism. Monet was a master of setting to canvas the images he saw in a manner the evokes an emotional response. Most of his more famous works are landscapes done on site, known as plein air painting. This 8 page paper provides an overview of...
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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.
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