A Formal Analysis of Art

A Formal Analysis of Art


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A Formal Analysis of Art

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A Formal Analysis of Art

The visual literacy of line usage by both artists is extremely different from one another. Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" Sayre, H. M, (2010) () and LeWitt's "Wall Drawing No. 681" Sayre, H. M, (2010) () portray subject matter of different compositions. However, both depictions of art, also express, different qualities, styles, and eras. Van Gogh is from the eighteenth century and LeWitt's is from the Late nineteenth century; whereas, Van Gogh's work is a masterpiece, and LeWitt's is contemporary art, even though both artists possess intellectual and expressive qualities from within their era's that had a fundamental element whether historical or contemporary, they are both works of art....

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