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Asymmetries

Asymmetries

Asymmetries  Professor McManus (University College of London) was awarded the 2002 Ig Nobel Prize -  the ironic prize dedicated to the most useless researches - in medicine for his study “Scrotal asymmetry in man and ancient sculpture“. The study ascertained that, in...

Friendship

Friendship

Friendship Portraying animals has been done since the dawn of humanity. Already in prehistoric times men drew them, painted them, carved them, revealing the wide potentials of the representation of animals, mainly for their iconographic and symbolic nature. The...

Love in Sculptures

Love in Sculptures

Love in Sculptures  “If I were to kiss you then go to hell, I would. So then I can brag with the devils I saw heaven without ever entering it.”(William Shakespeare) Art and Love are a perfect match and throughout art history, the concept of love has attracted artists...

Woman, the representation in the art world

Woman, the representation in the art world

Woman, the representation in the art world “Do women have to be naked to get into the Metropolitan Museum?' This was the cry of war in the 80’s of the Guerrilla Girls on the New York buses and in front of the most famous museums in the world, questioning the role of...

Horses

Horses

Horses The representation of the horse in the artistic world is one among the most common artistic typologies, starting from the Graeco-Roman times to date. The variety in the equestrian iconography is mainly due to the power granted to the male component in the...

Michelangelo

Michelangelo

Michelangelo’s marble “Every block of stone has a statue inside it and it is the task of the sculptor to discover it” – Michelangelo  Ogni blocco di pietra ha una statua dentro di sé ed è compito dello scultore scoprirla” – Michelangelo. Michelangelo’s cave still...

The Aesthetic Standards in the Twentieth Century

The Aesthetic Standards in the Twentieth Century

The Aesthetic Standards in the Twentieth Century The XXth century gave life to many changes in the world of art. The pure beauty, as it was considered up to that moment, looses its meaning and it is now painted and represented in a completely different way....

Beauty and the Aesthetics Form

Beauty and the Aesthetics Form

Beauty and ancient, medieval and rinascimental Aesthetics Form The aesthetic beauty, driving force behind poets and sculptures, far from the tastes and needs of an era, is a fleeting and transient concept. Artists made it subject of studies and...