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Landscape Art

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Ryan Lyski

on 8 May 2013

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Transcript of Landscape Art

M.C. Escher A patch of ground, Landscape and then an image Ryan Lyski Jasmine Pallwitz Lucy Liu Kayla Harris May 8, 2013 Landscapes can solely explore form or express deeper ideas depending on the goal of the artist. Sometimes artists experiment with landscapes because they see that nature itself exudes formal qualities. At the same time, artists understand that we can be influenced emotionally by the way a landscape is depicted. But in any case, an artist paints the landscape in accordance to their own vision, their own subjective viewpoint rather than how things strictly appear. By examining this, we gain insight as to how their perceptions influenced how they chose to present the world to us. A patch of ground, and then an image
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