The early life and work of J.M.W. Turner

J.M.W Turner is an English painter and also a pioneer of Romanticism, he is most celebrated for facilitating the emergence of modern art. Born: 1775 Covent Garden, London, United Kingdom Died: 19 December 1851, Cheyne Walk, London, United Kingdom Period: Romanticism Known for: Paintings Popular works: The fighting Temeraire, The slave ship, Fishermen at sea, Wreckers, Coast of Northumberland,” c. 1834 Joseph Mallord William Turner

Early Life And Career Of Pablo Picasso

Pablo Picasso was the child of José Ruiz Blasco, a professor of drawing, and Maria Picasso López. His surprising adroitness for drawing started to manifest itself early, around the age of 10, when he turned into his dad’s pupil in A Coruña, where the family moved in 1891. Starting from there, Pablo’s capacity to try different things with what

Ancient Art Of West African Culture

The west African art communities of the ancient/traditional cultures cohabit well before the arrival of the colonial era. In most communities, traditional religion strongly controls the art. Works are produced as ancestral figure, fetish object and as masks. West African art culture is generally on the pursuit of freedom and religious beliefs. The west African

History of Native American Indian Art

The finding of the American continent in the 15th century led Europeans into contact with cultures whose peoples practiced a way of life and an ancient art stabilized millennia before, sometimes living under Neolithic conditions well into modern times. The Native North American Indian was primarily a hunter and food gatherer. His cultivation of agriculture was limited and


The sculpture is likely the most beautiful, concrete, spatial and exotic nature. In contrast to most works of art, the sculpture does not imagine, does not mirror the truth. The sculpture is just – in the entirety of its simplicity and reality. Probably because the first imaginative motivation has provoked a prehistoric man to do


To build up a specific time period of the Middle Ages, seen as a civilizational idea, seems troublesome. Also, in certainty it is incomprehensible. If there should be an occurrence of the medieval art, be that as it may, it introduces no difficulty at all. Since there is no such thing like an ancient medieval