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William Morris and Eugene Viollet-le-Duc

The XIX century is characterized by the revival of handicraft. Thus, many artistic figures of the time have spent much time being busy with this kind of art.

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Return of Painting

In art, every movement and stream is associated with a range of factors stemming from different spheres of life such as economy, culture, and society.

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Sixth Generation of Chinese Film-making

The Cinema of Hong Kong, the Cinema of Taiwan, and the Cinema of China are three most historically prominent periods of the Chinese-language film-making. The great impact was made by the Cultural Revolution that was a turning point in the cinematography of the country.

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The Inaugural Ceremony for The New Nation A Painting

The Inaugural Ceremony for The New Nation was painted by Dong Xiwen, an artist who intended to show a fresh beginning for the People's Republic of China under a new collection of leaders that focused on rebuilding the Chinese nation and providing the people with peace and prosperity.

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T.R and family by John Wall

John Wall is a creative artist who mainly focuses on photography. He is known for specializing in the photography of nature (animals and plants), urban scenes, national parks, historical sites and monuments, as well as any other scenes that are out of the ordinary.

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Does the Hebrew Bilble Prohibit Art?

Interpretations of some verses of the Hebrew Bible, commonplace ideas about the attitude of Judaism to art, and scarcity of archaeological findings engender assumption that the Hebrew Bible prohibits art.

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The Categories of Japanese Painting

Japanese painting has an ancient history that is related to the cultural motifs of both Asian and European countries. The scientists refer the Japanese Art history from the Asuka Period to the early 20th century, the peak of growth and development of Japanese painting.

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Doge Loredan

Art is a language without words. Artists of the different art styles use various tricks and techniques in their works of art to express their feelings and worldview.

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Paula Scher

Being tired by the dominant influence of the international design, by the 1970s, modern designers began responding with new forms and artistic directions. One of the backlash responses to the international design was retro and vernacular design. Paula Scher was one of the representatives who fell back on a freedom given by the inclusion of old influences.

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The America Dream in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun

According to the Oxford Dictionary, the American Dream is “the ideal that every US citizen should have an equal opportunity to achieve success and prosperity” (“American Dream”).