Month: September 2020

“The American Struggle” by Jason Lawrence: A Reopening Offer of The Met

When planning to visit the recently reopened Metropolitan Museum of Art or The Met, make it a point to have a look-see at artworks depicting America’s struggles and compare them with today. Presented as an exhibition of artist Jacob Lawrence:and his works, “The American Struggle’ Review,” displays some of the vivid artistic panels comprising a…

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Facts about Art Appreciation

Art appreciation moves past staring in a painting hanging on the walls of a museum – the artwork is in all and everywhere you look. Opening your eyes into the world of art is critical in comprehending the world around you. Art is over pretentious museums; just a couple enter and understand. Rather, art recognition…

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Talk About The Art of Lying Down

Did you know that there is a book that tells about sleep and lying down. For most this sounds interesting. But for some readers they may find it a bit complicated. The author, Bernd Brunner is a German book author who has a unique style of writing. For first time readers they may find his…

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Get Rid of Acne Scars and Be Beautiful

Acne is a really common skin problem that’s faced by many teens in addition to adults. This primarily happens since the oil glands have been obstructed along with the redness, which requires, place because of this. To get rid of acne scars is one thing people want. This may be prevented occasionally by not choosing…

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Are Video Games Art?

  If you have read for a little while, you will understand I write a lot about video games. It is something I’ve adored since I was young and also have come to love much more in my adolescent years. I am enthusiastic about video games and expect to create one or make you, as…

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Meaning and point of art

Some critics claim that art is just a waste of time. And even if this sounds like a meaningless statement, it underlines the idea that art is only used to a limited extent in your daily life, except in attractive-looking buildings, cars, clothing, or other applied art objects such as eye-catching but cheap coffee makers.…

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