Monday, February 25, 2019
Cubism -the Weeping Woman Essay
Cubism was an art execution which originated in France and Spain in 1906. Cubism influenced painting movement. Cubist artists include Pablo Picasso, George Braque and Juan Gris. Picasso had recently traveled to Africa and native America and was inspired by the tribal masks. Cubist Artists captured diametric view points at the same time. This showed collage and made the image breast 3D. In the painting The Weeping Woman she flavours desire she is at home. I get this idea from the border behind her in the inwardness of what looks same(p) two walls. I also think it looks homely because it is painted yellow, a colour associated with warmth and comfort. It could also be a church, the brown rape could typify the wooden seats in a church. An early(a) involvement it could symbolise, is the attendance of a funeral because she is wearing black coloured clothing.In the middle of her face, which is the colour white/blue, it could mean a part of her beingness interpreted away, not onl y is her colour draining away, but so be her emotions. She seems to be hiding her sadness. You can tell she is sad and upset because her eye look glazed over and there is a red/ solicit blush under her eyes and nose which could show that she has been crying and has wiped her disunite away. The sharp jagged lines could represent how she is holding herself together, and maybe the other emotions she feels, like anger. You can see that she is in distress as she has creases on her forehead. The bits of discolor blended in with the yellow could represent jealousy, but could also symbolise being ill or sick.She is so upset that its actually do her feel weak and unwell. The white could also be seen as being some kind of ghostly figure, which links back to the thought of her aid a funeral, and why she is so upset. The green representing jealousy, could be envy for other people whos loved mavens are still with them. Her hands look like they are together, like she is trying to pray, for the protection of her loved one in the afterlife. She could also be holding something, like a wind to wipe away her tears, a possession of the bereaved, a letter or a will. This painting was actually painted representing the weeping woman as a mother of a soldier who had died at war. This connects to the thing she could be holding, as when a soldier dies at war, they usually send a letter to inform the close family of this.