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Art 101 Week 1 Art Journal
Transcript of Art 101 Week 1 Art Journal
Week 5 Journal
Christ Blessing the Children
Week 2 Art Journal
Week 1 Journal
The Sackville Children
When I look at this painting what I see are three beautiful children. There are two little girls and one little boy. The children don't look happy and it looks as though the little boy is trying to protect the youngest little girl from something or keeping her from getting into something. It looks like they are out in the country maybe enjoying some playtime outside.
Hopper, John. (1796) The Sackville Children. Canvas Painting. 60 x 49 in. The Metropolitan Museum.
Week 4 Journal
Two Children Teasing a Cat
Week 3 Journal
The Grandchildren of Sir William Heathcote, 3rd Baronet
Gainsborough, Thomas. (1787) Cottage Children (The Wood Gatherers) Oil on canvas. 58 1/8 x 47 3/8 in. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
When I look a this painting I think these children have wondered away from their home on an adventure to find something maybe their parents send them to gather something since in the title it says "Wood Gathers." I feel like they are taking a break and possibly trying to figure out how to get back home. The children look a little scared to me as if they are lost, maybe they took a wrong turn. The artist did an awesome job on this painting. It has so much details and looks so real .When I look a this painting I feel like I am sanding right in front of these children.
When I look at this oil canvas It looks like the children are possibly in the field with their grandparents while the grandparents are harvesting the wheat. The children are resting by the tree. The one little girl is playing with some of the wheat and placing it on her head as a wig. In my opinion they are all little girls because it looks as though they all have on dresses. The youngest of the four girls looks to be taking a nap in the oldest girls lap. The children look real happy and cheerful. The painting is a beautiful piece of art. The subject in this painting are the children.
Owen, William. (1769) The Grandchildren of Sir William Heathcote, 3rd Baronet. Oil on canvas 55 1/4 x 67 1/2 in. Retrieved from: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/437239
When I look at this painting I see happiness. The children are having fun with the cat even though I am sure the cat isn't have so much fun being teased. The children are teasing the cat with scorpions which I am sure wouldn't be to much fun if one of them stung the children or the cat. The cat defiantly looks irritated and aggravated by the expression on his/her face. The clothes look as if they were handmade to me and you can see lots of details in the painting. Both of the children have beautiful curls.
Carracci, Annibale. (1560-1609) Two Children Teasing a Cat. Oil on Canvas 26 x 35in. Retrieved at: http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/435852?img=0
When I look at this beautiful painting I see the good Lord blessing each children in the picture. I feel like the parents brought the children to Christ to bless them as if they were being baptized like we do these days. The picture is very touching and I feel like each child is a blessing from the good Lord up above and he wants us to give them to him and raise them in his house and teach them all about him. I feel like the good Lord blesses us with children for reasons and sometimes we just are not sure what the exact reason maybe. I would love to have a copy of this painting in my home.
Cranach, L. (1515-1586) Christ Blessing the Children. (Oil on wood. 6 ½ x 8 ¾ in.) The Metropolitan Museum. Photo found at: http://www.metmuseum.org/Collections/search-the-collections/436035