Art Analysis & Criticism
Plot Summary, Character Bio, and Theme Overview Plot Summary The Rabbit Hole begins with Izzy describing a night out to her older sister...
The Pre-Raphaelite artists of Victorian England painted many Shakespearian characters, but Ophelia was a particular favourite. The sad death by drowning of Hamlet's sweetheart...
Jeff Soto is a brilliant artist and this is a visual analysis about his specific artwork, The Last Voyage, which I find to be deep and meaningful in many way.
This is an analysis of Theodore Gericault's The Raft of Medusa and a brief overview of the Romanticism period
In an article titled “Modernist Painting,” renowned art critic Clement Greenberg strives to describe how the Modernist trend applies to the discipline of painting. Citing the work of key artists and...
I was recently asked to define aesthetic relativism, objectivism and subjectivism and to offer pros and cons for each school of thought. Anyone struggling to understand art wonders why there are no exact,...
Shakespeare wrote his dramas in Elizabethan age and this age was famous for domestic tragedy. Othello appears like a domestic tragedy because its theme is the murder of a wife by her husband.
Artists use repetition to instruct, move and delight the audience, but does it work better on the ears or the eyes?
Paris, the name alone is enough to spark thoughts of romance, fine wines, and haute cuisine. It is a place of dream vacations, art galleries, bistros, and music, but in the imaginings of those who wish for nothing more...
This is a critical analysis of The Liberation of Peter by Giovanni Lanfranco and Looking Down Yosemite Valley, California by Albert Bierstadt.
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