The Body as a Concep...

The Body as a Concept of Representation in Photographic Imagery. The body as a means of representation of various aspects of human concerns was always present through the ages in different artistic creations. However, with the appearance of photographic camera and the first pictures of human...

Aspekts of Greek Pot...

Olympic Games The Olympic games, one of the most glorious and respected events of our century, were born in Ancient Greece. The official date of the first games is estimated at 776 BC. The date is considered controversial because of the complexity of Greek calendar[1]. However it doesn’t...

The Venetian Scuole:...

The Venetian Scuole: Aspects of 15th and 16th century Art. Italian Renaissance emerged on the basics of the classical values of the antiquity. Intellectual resurrection of humanity in the enthusiasm of new discoveries; philosophic, literary, artistic, etc., also brought regeneration of...

The Basics of Art Hi...

The Rise of Civilization.        The first structures of civilization appeared in Mesopotamia. Region is situated between two rivers, Tigris and Euphrates, also known as a Fertile Crescent. In the fourth millennium emerged the first urban communities. There were many social groups succeeding...

Symbolism and compos...

Symbolism and composition in Bellini’s votive portraiture. Giovanni Bellini’s Madonna of the Red Cherubs (see fig.1) stays apart from all his other votive portraitures of Virgin and Child. The painting has a classical Bellini’s composition of his half-length Madonna’s, however what makes it...

Pieter Brueghel’s pa...

Pieter Brueghel’s painting The Return from the Inn as a symbolic regard of his contemporary         The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts copy of Pieter Brueghel the Younger painting Return from the Inn (see fig.1), or as titled in The Dictionary of Art: The Drunk Thrown  out of the Inn, is...

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