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Art Appreciation Transactions & Videos

Lecture on Chapter 3
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Lora Davis

on 8 January 2013

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Transcript of Art Appreciation Transactions & Videos

Art Appreciation Videos
Ron English Interview (Supersize Me)
Transitions
Greek Art and Asian Art
Yong-le (1403-1424) and Xuan-de (1426-1435) reigns of early Ming dynasty were also the prosperity of underglaze porcelains. Flowers and birds decorations were often seen on underglaze porcelains in this period, and mostly applied on large dish, flask, and so on. Those paintings on underglaze porcelains had orderly drawing, which differentiate from ordinary artisans due to flowers and birds paintings of painting agency in early Ming dynasty and emperor’s interest. The formerly Chinese painting style reflected connection with decoration of underglaze porcelains.
The art of Asia was directly related to the culture of Asia
and their reverence of the natural world.
In Architecture
Hokusai: The Great Wave Off Kanagawa
Stephen Wiltshire ( Rome)
Stephen Wiltshire is a British man who was diagnosed as autistic when he was a child. He's also been noted for his exacting memory, which allows him to recreate [in drawings] vast scenes he sees
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