Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Artists Research Paper

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These different elements are used to provide balance, scale and proportion through illustrating the natural movements / actions that are taking place. Repetition, variety, rhythm and unity are demonstrated based upon the way the image is represented and how it changes as it moves further away from the subject. ("John Biglin in a Small Skull")

From a historical context, this is showing the traditions the elite are continuing to embrace (such as: rowing). However, there are economic and political changes with this group of society growing from a new class of affluent that is emerging. This is illustrating how there are ideological shifts in the views and beliefs of everyone.
From a social perspective, these areas are highlighting the way society is becoming wealthier with more people having the opportunity to participate in these activities. ("John Biglin in a Small Skull") Works Cited "John Biglin in a Small Skull." Met Museum, 2013. Web 24 Apr. 2013 "Kindred Spirits." Met Museum, 2000. Web. 24 Apr. 2013 "The Veteran in a New Field." Met Museum, 2013. Web. 24 Apr. 2013 "View from Mount Holyoke." Met Museum, 2013. Web. 24 Apr. 2013 Broastoski, John. "Hick's Peaceable Kingdom." Gol, 2000. Web. 24 Apr. 2013 .....

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