The Formation of the Traditional Japanese Arts
The Age of the Samurai brought its peculiar tinge into the palette of the Japanese art. It was marked by the predomination of the Buddhist conceptions, warfare nobility, struggling, and philosophy, which found their reflection in the architecture, sculpture, gardens culture, painting, and ceramics.
Franz Klines Untitled, 1952
Franz Kline's white and dark paintings performed that marvel which is a consistent all told real craftsmanship: he modified the design of the world and history. There are perhaps no higher pictorial articulations of the novel, thrilling and emotional time of freedom and triumph that occurred in American painting in New York within the Fifties than the substantial, dynamic, freestyle high distinction artworks that Franz Joseph Kline created somewhere around 1950 and 1961.
Rembrandt van Rijn and Edgar Degas
This paper will briefly analyze and compare Rembrandt van Rijns portrait of a young woman and Edgar Degas portrait of a woman seated beside a vase of flowers...
Canadian Art Collection
The Canadian Art Collection has been of great help in creating and reinforcing the canon of art of Canada and greatly assists in shaping Canadian national identity.