Theatrical Effects And Illusion

Art Notes
Art Notes
Art Notes Renaissance (1300-1500) Dimensions of nature Rebirth Science - technology Discoveries beyond Europe Paint more naturally- using perspective /_\ (triangle) Illusion of space Art was based on the visual world Art was based on mathematical physics Earth was no longer thought to be the centre of the Universe Metallurgy and exploration of the world Camera Obscura- image upside-down through light and an aid to painting Mathematical theories can explain all human exper
American Painting and sculpture
American Painting and sculpture
American Painting and sculpture 17th-Century Painting and Sculpture Colonial art reflects that of the European colonizing nations, adapted to the dangers and harsh conditions of a vast wilderness. Spanish influences prevailed in the West, while English styles, with a leaven of Dutch and French, predominated in the East. Outside the Southwest, native styles did not exert a lasting influence on colonial art. Like colonial architecture, 17th-century colonial painting reflects English styles of at l
Discuss the issues of publishing pictures that have been altered using
Discuss the issues of publishing pictures that have been altered using
Discuss the issues of publishing pictures that have been altered using a computer. Picture and subject manipulations have been a part of photography since it was first invented. But because of computer technology, digital manipulations are relatively easy to accomplish, hard to detect and perhaps more alarming, alter the original image so that checking the authenticity of the picture is impossible. Some critics have predicted that in a few years, images -- whether still or moving -- will not be
Lindsey Bottorf
Lindsey Bottorf
Lindsey Bottorf Hist 471 Film Review Paper The Grand Illusion and Gallipoli There are so many non-fictional and fictional Great War movies available today, that sometimes it is difficult to determine the difference in the two. The two movies I chose to view and consider in terms of their reflection of the reality and impacts of the war both physically and psychologically, were Jean Renoir's The Grand Illusion and Peter Weir's Gallipoli. The two movies had fairly different focuses-wherea