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Art Appreciation
Angel
My interpretation and reflection
My reflection to this sculpture is all the detailed lines in it. The detail makes it beautiful. I never really paid much attention to all the detail in sculptures till this class. This sculpture is a relief sculpture. It looks to be in a main part of the lime stone but the angel sticks out from it. It body and head seem to be proportionate. This sculpture is also textured because of its clothing and feathers are very viable. (Gardner & Kleiner, 2014)
References
Gardner & Kleiner, (2014) Gardner’s art through the ages the western perspective

Made in Burgundy, France (ca. 1130) Angel [Limestone 58.4 x 41.9 x 28.9 cm]. Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/470601?rpp=20&pg=1&gallerynos=4&rndkey=20140126&ao=on&ft=*&pos=2
Adoring angel
My personal reaction
Terms used this week
References
What stood out the most to me is that this metal work had a few colors to it even though it is metal work. It has a skin like color for the angels face and hand. It also has a lot of detail to it as well. Some examples are the feathers of the wings and the robe the angel is wearing. I also wanted to pick something that was not a sculpture made of stone.
This art work has
balance
. The wings the placement of the hands and the robe gives it balance. It is also
positioned
well. For
variety
there is just enough color. There are three main colors, skin color, brown and gold. I think the
emphasis
is on her hands and arms folded in prayer.
Title Page
Adoring Angel
Holly Breer
ART 101
Instructor Olden
February 3, 2014
Kleiner, Fred (2014).Gardner's art through the ages the Western perspective.

no author (last quarter 15th century) Adoring angel [ Partly enameled gold 12.1 cm]. Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/193664?rpp=20&pg=1&gallerynos=500&rndkey=20140203&ao=on&ft=*&pos=5
The Adoration of the Shepherds
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The Adoration of the Shepherds
Holly Breer
ART 101
Instructor Olden
February 8, 2014
My interpretation of the art
This art work looks like it has movement in it. It also moves your eyes. At the top you see the angels first circling down then you see the people circling Christ. Everything seems to be somewhat dark colors except the blanket Christ is on and the white then draws your eye to the baby Christ.
The movement is Mannerism or Late Renaissance. Mannerism is usually imagery and not able to be seen in nature. This type of artwork showed complexity and fantasy.
Renaissance means rebirth. This art often shows history and culture. The birth of Christ is history.
References
Kleiner, Fred (2014).Gardner's art through the ages the Western perspective.
El Greco (Domenikos Theotokopoulos ( ca. 1612–14) The Adoration of the Shepherds [Oil on canvas 110.5 x 65.1 cm] Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/436571
media (materials) and subjects
The media that was used was oil paints and canvas paint brushes.
The subject is Christ’s birth. It is a painting of faith and religion.
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Virgin and Child
Holly Breer
ART 101
Instructor Olden
February 3, 2014
Virgin and Child
My personal reaction
I liked the way that the blue made the clay color stick out. The blue and white glaze gives the picture more detail. It is beautiful.
Terms that can be used to discribe
The style is renaissance. It was made in 1470–75. It is also Italian artwork. It was made by Andrea Della Robbia. The medium or materials that were used are clay terracotta and glaze. The method used to make this artwork is sculpting clay terracotta. The subject is mother Mary and baby Jesus. Other details that make this work of art unique is that the artist was the first person to make and use blue and white glaze. This type of artwork would be considered a relief sculpture.
References
Kleiner, F. (2014). Gardner’s art through the ages: The western perspective (14th Ed., Vol. II).

Robbia, A (1470–75) Virgin and Child[ Glazed terracotta 94.9 x 54.9 cm]. Retrieved from: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/205116

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Venus and Cupid
Holly Breer
ART 101
Instructor Olden
February 22, 2014
Venus and Cupid
My thought on art
First I thought it was a relief sculpture. After looking at it closer I noticed that it was a painting. I also liked all the small detail in the background, the cloth, the wings of Cupid and their hair. This is just a beautiful painting. I like sculptures a lot and I think that this is part of the reason my attention was pulled to this painting.
Describing the art work
This art work was done somewhere in 1743 to 1818. This would make it the Rococo movement. The medium of Venus and Cupid by Piat Joseph Sauvage is oil on canvas. The subjects are Venus and Cupid. What makes this artwork different or unusual is Venus and Cupid have no pupils and like they would in a sculpture. It was made with fine brush strokes to create all the detail in this painting. The emphasis is on Venus and Cupid. There is variety in the texture in this painting. There is not a lot of color.
References
Kleiner, Fred (2014).Gardner's art through the ages the Western perspective.
Sauvage, P (1743–1818) Venus and Cupid [Oil on canvas 126.7 x 74.3 cm] Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/437613
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