Western Art – Plop Art – The Pejorative Form of Art
Plop Art – The Concept Plop Art is a negative term, used to describe Public Art from different genres, like Abstraction, Modernism, or Contemporary Artworks, mostly sculptures, created in the front of office buildings, corporate plazas, parks, and other public venues. The masses did not appreciate Plop Artworks, as they were considered unattractive or unsuitable for their installation places or the related surroundings.Japanese Woodblock Master Kuniyoshi and the Tattooed Suikoden Warriors
In his early years (the age of 7) Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) was already fascinated by pictures of warriors and kabuki actors. At the age of 14 he started at the Utagawa school. After an initial laborious start with modest successes he rediscovered the subject of the Suikoden Heroes and his first few prints became an instant critical and commercial success.Get Coloring Pages For Preschool Kids
One of the most important period in growing up a child is the preschool one, between the ages of three and five, when kindergartens play a very important role in children’s education.Among the most important elements that are learned in this period of life are communication, understanding the world around and creativity developed in all ways.Cartoon Drawing As a Hobby
Cartoon drawing has been one of the most basic forms of human expression for centuries. They are used to represent symbols in our everyday lives. In this article we will discuss cartoon drawing as a hobby and how simple it can be to begin.Western Art – Japonism – European Art With a Japanese Touch
The literal meaning of the French term Japonism, or Japonisme, is Japanese influence. French writer Jules Claretie (1840-1913) coined it in the book ‘L’Art Francais en 1872,’ to describe the impact of Japanese style on the European Art. Later, the word was adopted in English language as well. After almost 200 years of economic isolation, Japan opened up its channels for international trade around the mid-nineteenth century.