Sunday, May 13, 2018

Studying Art History?


Painting from old time (https://www.theatlantic.com)

Art is a piece of work based on internal hopes, wishes, dreams and feelings with outside world. Piece of work may be created on chosen medium. Since, it has medium, thus work of art could be seen (with naked eye), “smell” and even be touched by ours hands.
In addition, art is work of beauty too, thus, we can feel and interpret that piece of work. As an example, since a painting could be touched (its medium), then, may be feel and interpret its beauty. Interpretation could be far cross time limit (hundred years ago or “travel” to the future time)
My weakness in study art history is difficulty to understand the meaning of piece of art in context of history. I need to read over and over to understand history context of piece of art such as statue of Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture, and statue of Memi and Sabu that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt.
My strength is that I never giving up, even when I know its not really working, I will go back at it, time and time again until I am happy (satisfy). I need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context of statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu. 
Finally, I believe that It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art). However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

17 comments:

  1. The history of art is an awesome science to know about. Since most art is created by humans, we can comprehend its many possibilities and yet, we are in awe, among the artistic wonders of the ancient world where we find the history in art forms.

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    1. By Studying Art History, our current art can be traced back to thousand years ago.

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    2. I love browsing art.

      While art history can help us learn about art works from times in the past, current day art expresses times in the present day.

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      Painting from old time (https://www.theatlantic.com)

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      My weakness in study art history is difficulty to understand the meaning of piece of art in context of history. I need to read over and over to understand history context of piece of art such as statue of Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture, and statue of Memi and Sabu that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt.

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      My strength is that I never giving up, even when I know its not really working, I will go back at it, time and time again until I am happy (satisfy). I need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context of statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

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      Finally, I believe that It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art). However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

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  2. How do you know that you have no art talents? What have you tried? You know that you are creative because creativity is the spark of the Divine in every human being. After all the first art works were human handprints. You could start there and with finger paints and see where that takes you. Un
    leash your creative self--

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      Art is a piece of work based on internal hopes, wishes, dreams and feelings with outside world. Piece of work may be created on chosen medium. Since, it has medium, thus work of art could be seen (with naked eye), “smell” and even be touched by ours hands.

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    2. Studying Art History?
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      My strength is that I never giving up, even when I know its not really working, I will go back at it, time and time again until I am happy (satisfy). I need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context of statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

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    Since, it has medium, thus work of art could be seen (with naked eye), “smell” and even be touched by ours hands.

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  4. Studying Art History?
    In addition, art is work of beauty too, thus, we can feel and interpret that piece of work.

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  5. Studying Art History?

    As an example, since a painting could be touched (its medium), then, may be feel and interpret its beauty.

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      In addition, art is work of beauty too, thus, we can feel and interpret that piece of work. As an example, since a painting could be touched (its medium), then, may be feel and interpret its beauty. Interpretation could be far cross time limit (hundred years ago or “travel” to the future time)

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    2. Studying Art History?
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      Finally, I believe that It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art). However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

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