Art Essay Life

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After the first few chapters, I had become its victim.

After the first few chapters, I had become its victim.I couldn’t stop reading because the book had me hooked.      Impressionism began during the 19th century.

Because it implies value...monetary, social and intellectual.

Obviously, it is impossible to separate art, or the arts, from life; they are a part and parcel of it.

Therefore, one can conclude that Renoir painted mostly beautiful and attractive art.

      Unfortunately, for some artists, the reality of life isn’t so beautiful.

My plan wasn’t working, as she was too busy cooking to notice my defiant act.

That’s when I looked down at the shelf where the videocassettes were kept. It seemed like the book only showed up in my presence whenever I had nothing else to do, hoping that this would be the time I would be bored enough to read it.Art in My Life Growing up, the first forms of art I was most exposed to were literature and music.Both served the same purpose in my life: to take my mind away from the present. When listening to a song or reading a book my mind was so focused on what I was doing that I was oblivious to the world around me.The ancient Egyptians had a strong This could be true, but it just shows how life experiences also directly influence the outcome of a piece.If we look at periods closer to the present we can also see other strong examples of the relevance between art and the artist.One of the most talented, yet mentally ill artists of all time was Vincent Van Gogh.He was also from the 19th century belonging to the post-impressionists.For the first time in the two years since I first laid eyes on that cover I picked it up and opened it.I really only intended to read it until I could watch television but that’s not how it turned out.The book was a tragic story about a young African American girl who believes she is ugly and wishes for blue eyes.The society she lives in does nothing to convince her otherwise, and in fact it helps confirm her belief.


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