Art Intention

  • Ancient Art

    Ancient Art By Tiffany Roy HUMA 205 AIU Online Abstract This is a comparative essay that will take two pieces of ancient artworks and explore their meaning and culture. It will explore subject matters, form and content of the pieces as well as compare them to one another. The artworks chosen for this essay are: The Nike of Samothrace (Greek) and a funerary sculpture (African) made by the Bara or Sakalava people of Madagascar, Africa. When it comes to ancient art, there are many

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  • E-Wom Has Effect on Purchase Intention

    GENERALITIES OF STUDY 5 1.1 INTRODUCTION 5 1.2 TOPIC OF INTEREST 6 1.3 RATIONALE OF STUDY 7 1.4 RESEARCH OBJECTIVES 7 1.5 PURPOSE OF STUDY 8 1.6 METHODOLOGY 8 1.7 RESEARCH DESIGN AND DATA ANALYSIS 8 1.8 LIMITATION 9 1.9 SCOPE OF RESEARCH 9 CHAPTER 2 10 LITERATURE REVIEW 10 2.1 INTRODUCTION 10 2.2 THEORIES 10 2.2.1 Effects of Electronic Word-of-Mouth 10 2.2.2 Observation Learning 11 2.2.3 Influence of Trust on Purchase Intention 13 2.2.4 Source of Information 14

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  • Art Critique

    Name: Instructor: Course Date: Art Report; critique Critique refers to a systematic and discipline analysis which is always written or can be presented in an oral form. In most cases, critique has been viewed as the acts of analyzing documents, literary work or pictures with an aim of making judgments that are negative and trying to find some faults in the analysis. However, critique does contain some form of recognizing the merits entailed in the subject matter and can

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  • Egyptian Art - Art History

    Art History October 07, 2012 Art of Ancient Egypt – Chapter 03 The antiquity and continuity of Egyptian civilization were legendary, the period of roughly three thousand years during which Egyptian architecture, painting, and sculpture remained essentially the same. The main purpose of Egyptian art was to serve the needs of the royalty, especially the king and his retainers, both in this life and the next. Egyptian art reflected an idealized world, the ideal of the human figure developed

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  • Art Director

    Art Director Research Part A: 1. What education is needed for this career? (Explain type of education, where one can get it and how long it would take.) To become an art director, you need to get at least a bachelor’s degree in art or some sort of a design subject. Entry level into this profession would be as a Junior Art Director with advancement possible after experience is gained. Necessary education could be obtained at an Art School such as The Art Institute which has 50

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  • Art and Intention

    Art and Intention Checkpoint D Lopez Axia College of University of Phoenix Art 101 October 26, 2012 The reaction of the public was not being able to understand what the artist were trying to convey. Marcel Duchamp’s and Michelangelo’s David Nude Descending a Staircase showed this painting had two modern art movements, the Cubism and Futurism. Cubism: The Cubism period focused a lot of multiple viewpoints. Mapped the motion and energy of the body

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  • Art Appreciation

    Individual 5 Art Appreciation Final Paper Derick Stevenson Rough Draft Introduction Art has been a thing of the past which has also been brought into the future. Everyone loves the great images and structures that the artists portray in their art work. The three art work that I have chosen are Impressionate works of art by Paul Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh, and Edward March. This paper will include the description of the works including the styles, a summary of the artists’ personal

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  • Art History

    fig. 2 “Bat-Man,” Unknown Artist, Unknown Date Mesoamerica, “Batman is death-- Long live Batman” fig. 3 “The Howling Canine,” Unknown Artist, 5th-6th century Remojadas, Mexico, Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/1978.412.59 fig. 4 “Xolotl,” Aztec people, 1325-1521 C.E. Aztec, Mexico; Xolotl, God of Sickness, Deformity, and Misfortune http://ferrebeekeeper.wordpress.com/2010/05/28/xolotl-god-of-sickness-deformity-and-misfortune/ Work

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  • Music Art

    Name Tutor Course Date Music and Art The ‘alleluia’ is an organum by leonine. An organum is a polyphonic religious music, which was traditional during the early gothic era. This era referred to as the Ars Antiqua, translates as ‘the old art.’ This music is similar to the florid organum. “Marriage of the virgin” is located at the Arena chapel in Padua. It is the eleventh scene in the Italian fresco cycle by Giotto di Bondone’s “life of the virgin.” Joaquin’s “ave Maria,” a renaissance

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  • The Halal Brand Personality and Its Effect on Purchase Intention

    ijcrb.webs.com INTERDISCIPLINARY JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH IN BUSINESS JULY 2013 VOL 5, NO 3 The Halal brand personality and its effect on purchase intention Mahdi Borzooei and Maryam Asgari Business Management Faculty, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Malaysia Abstract Halal is not just a purely religious issue; it is also in the realm of business and trade. The purpose of this study is to propose a model to determine the Halal brand personality and then examine

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  • Art Dealers

    Art Dealers INTRODUCTION In the modern world of art, the dealers are not less important than the artists themselves. They normally have to be aware of the history of art and establish relevant relationships between artists, collectors, and museums. Normally, their role is to follow the market needs and respond to the demands. Some outstanding dealers can even influence the tastes of the audience. They often travel internationally, visiting exhibitions and auctions

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  • Art Essay

    ART "Art is an expression of the soul"I love art because it lets you escape reality and look through the eyes of others. Its a really comforting form of self expression and the things you can learn through art are abundant! Personally, I enjoy theater the most. The playing of a character really helps an individual understand other individuals and through theater a lot of ideas and perspectives are portrayed to the audience. Without art human existence would be fruitless and bland.I "create

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  • Art Appreciation

    Unit 2 Individual Project Art Appreciation: HUMA 205- 1401A- 07 January 18, 2014 Abstract In this lesson I will be talking about the Ancient Art from Asia. I will be talking about some of the decorative plates that the Iranians came up with, and also the flasks that they designed. Ancient Art Introduction This plate was from the 5th to the 7th century during the Sasanian period. It is from Iran. It is of silver and gilt. The interior of the plate, shows the lively cultural

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  • Art Analysis

    Running Head: ARTH 101 - 002 ARTH 101 - 002 : Paper Assignment [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] ARTH 101 - 002 : Paper Assignment Displayed on the second floor of the museum named as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Romanesque capital under consideration belongs to a set of four which had been installed in the cloister of the monastery of Saint – Rémi. This monastery of Saint – Rémi is located in the geographical region of Remis, France, Europse

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  • Art Appreciation: Renaissance Art

    -dimensional forms set within a rationally organized space using linear perspective. If we look at figure 12-7, we see the lifelike images of Mary, Joseph adoring the newborn Jesus with a host of angels and shepherds. One of the major differences from the northern art is the sympathetic expressions on the faces of the on lookers. Fig. 12-7 During this time in the Renaissance era

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  • Art Activism

    Art activism is the practice of vigorous action as a means of creating political or personal goals by use of art. The type of activists practicing now varies greatly, from street artists to conceptual sculptors. Regardless of the medium, everyone has a common purpose for his or her work—attempting to create awareness and change. Embracing the creative nature of humans, artists send messages using visual content; forcing viewers to not only look but also feel the passion within them. The

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  • Arts and Intention

    Art and Intention The reaction of the public to Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase was the painting overturned conventions not only for depicting the female nude but also for representing three-dimensional space on a canvas. Michelangelo’s David it is one of the world’s most famous sculptures, considered a masterpiece of Renaissance art. But it did not meet with universal approval when it was first dis played in Florence, Italy, in 1504. The thing that

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  • Art History

    millennium, and not substantially surpassed until the adoption of steel and reinforced concrete in the modern era” (pg.24). The Pantheon began a style of art as many people began to copy the design and layout of the building and dome (pg.24).2 Aside from the unique shaped dome of the building the structure had very little about the outside of it other than a pediment. The pediment was a decoration banded around the top of building along with images of an event that took place in the city of Rome. The

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  • Entrepreneur Intention Among Sme Owners

    intentions among SME owners. So to be specific the dependent variable entrepreneur intentions and the independent variables are gender differences and individualism and collectivism. H1 gender differences, H2 individualism and collectivism. Our research will be a causal research in which we will test the theory whether the factors listed above such gender differences, collectivism and individualism effect entrepreneur intention among SME owners or it’s a null hypothesis. We would be relying upon

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  • Entrepreneurial Intention

    research has been conducted on the precise effects and overall effectiveness of the entrepreneurship education programs. Drawing on the theory of planned behavior, this study investigates the impact of entrepreneurship programs on the entrepreneurial intention of students in higher education in the Netherlands. Data for this study is drawn from GUESSS (an international project investigating the entrepreneurial spirit of students worldwide). The results show that participants of entrepreneurship

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  • Art and Intention

    Summarize the reaction of the public to Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase. The Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending art work became one of the controversial works because people thought he was mocking the audience because they could not find a woman in the painting. The public did not like the Michelangelo’s David art work. They were offended by the nudity. People wanted to destroy the work. They had to put a skirt around to cover the nudity. What did

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  • What Makes Art Art

    Art is any form of self-expression. Art is something that is created that entertains, inspires, educates or makes a person feel something good, bad or unexplainable. Art is whatever the artist does or makes in which they deem to be art whether it is of value or not. There is a wide variety of art, some that people wouldn’t imagine as art, but a true artist sees art in every creation. Art is everywhere and in everything I see. Art is not just a painting, poem, drawing or a ballet. When I

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  • Art Paper

    Art Appreciation Art cannot be classified into one category, style, or period. Art is very diverse, ranging from the beginning of the human being to today. Through the years, art has evolved dramatically from stick figures and two dimensional animals to three dimensional sculptures and intricate paintings. The artwork featured at the Seattle Art Museum shows many different types of art and features several different periods in which these artworks were created. Two pieces of art that stuck out

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  • Nonwestern Art

    Non-western art is a type of art that expresses cultures “beyond the west.” Non-Western perspective is known as being rich and represents other ways of viewing the world. There are multiple types of non-western art. The non-western style of art is shown in many cultures. Some of them being Africa, India, Southeast Asia, Oceania, China, Japan, and South America. These places use this style of art to show their old culture and religion. This art is used in everyday houses as a symbol for

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  • Art Gallery

    specific team, people that share a common interest, or any other way of collecting people into groups known as families. In the art gallery there are a variety of ways that family is represented but there were two pieces that grabbed my attention. The first piece of art that represented family to me was by the artist Stefan Abrams. The artwork was named Dopplegangers and it was composed of seven photographs stacked on top of one another which were about two feet in width and nine feet in height. In

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  • Motorcycle Art

    "I suppose if I were a novelist rather than a Chautauqua orator I'd try to 'develop' the characters of John and Sylvia and Chris with action-packed scenes that would also reveal 'inner meanings' of Zen and maybe Art and maybe even Motorcycle Maintenance. That would be quite a novel, but for some reason I don't feel quite up to it. They're friends, not characters, and as Sylvia herself once said, 'I don't like being an object!' So a lot of things we know about one another I'm simply not going

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  • Art History

    Cubism Cubism was one of the most influential visual art styles of the early twentieth century. It was created by Pablo Picasso between 1907 and 1914with some credit given to Brague. Vauxcelles called the geometric forms in the highly abstracted works "cubes.". The stylization and distortion of Picasso's ground-breaking Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (Museum of Modern Art, New York), painted in 1907, came from African art which Picasso had first seen when he visited the ethnographic museum in the

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  • Tension Between Facts and Artistic Intention

    Tension between Facts and Artistic Intention Sharon Lee ENG120 April 27, 2011 Leigh Clemons Tension between Facts and Artistic Intention An alarm clock rings, rooster crows, wife nudge he sleeping husband: these are but a few of the ways in which the new day begins for millions of people in America each morning. The wake up call may be followed by a warm shower, or hot breakfast, or for some, just a cup of coffee and a newspaper. Whatever the morning protocol might be, for many it is

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  • Art Critism

    Art Criticism: Learning from a Work of Art 1. Criteria: A principle or standard by which an artwork can be judged Aesthetics: A set of principles concerned with the nature and appreciation of beauty, especially in art 2. When referring to an artwork, it is responding to or interpreting critical judgments about an artwork. 3. Art criticism is the analysis and evaluation of an art piece. 4. An experience takes place when an artwork is completed in a

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  • Art Appreciation

    Kayla Demel Art Appreciation 103 Online 04/1915 Comparison of Wendell Castle’s Cavalcade and Harry Bertoia’s Sounding Sculpture Comparison of Wendell Castle’s Cavalcade and Harry Bertoia’s Sounding Sculpture The artwork Cavalcade by Wendell Castle compared with Harry Bertoia’s sounding sculpture were designed for different purposes but both use elements of art to emphasis the meanings of each. I found these sculptures at the Wichita Art Museum. I selected these two because I found

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  • Rococo Art

    Rococo Art This paper defines and illustrates the Rococo movement. Rococo art was a highly sensual, light hearted movement and the art of this period greatly reflected a common way of thinking during this time. Art History II Rococo, meaning literally “embedded pebble” started in France at the beginning of the 18th Century, gaining popularity during the reign of Louis XV. (Rococo 1700 - 1775) Art from the Rococo movement was a reaction to the darker, heavier Baroque movement. The death

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  • Intention to Use M-Banking

    Faculty of Business and Information Science Faculty of Business and Information Science A coursework completed as part of the requirement for SUBJECT NAME: BUSINESS RESEARCH METHODS SUBJECT CODE: BB204 LECTURER/TUTOR: Ms. YEOH SOK FOON Entitled ASSIGNMENT TITLE : INTENTION TO USE MOBILE BANKING AMONG UCSI STUDENTS Submitted on DATE OF SUBMISSION

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  • Murderous Intention and Social Harm

    . | | | |In the circumstances, we set aside the finding and conviction of murder and the sentence of death and | |substitute a conviction for culpable homicide not amounting to murder on the basis of intention and impose a| |term of fifteen years rigorous imprisonment. The appeal is partly allowed

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  • Art/100

    Elizabeth Ruiz October 3, 2015 Art/100 If you were to have a work of art created to express your experiences as a student, what would it be? What would it look like? How would it communicate your experience in terms of its composition? Rather than getting right into it I would take the time to study the world around me for more information. This would have helped me cleared my idea of what I really want to express and compose during my experience. If there’s one thing I have learned is

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  • Wiki Art

    ISSUES IN ACCOUNTING EDUCATION Vol. 26, No. 3 2011 pp. 593–608 American Accounting Association DOI: 10.2308/iace-50038 Wiki Art Gallery, Inc.: A Case for Critical Thinking Fred Phillips and Brandy Mackintosh ABSTRACT: This instructional case requires students to provide advice to a client who is currently a co-owner of a for-profit art gallery. The client is planning to purchase his coowner’s shares at a price to be determined based on their company’s recent financial performance. The

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  • Healing Art

    Running head: HEALING ART Healing Art Student Name Strayer University BUS520 Professor Name Date Healing Art Splashes of Hope is a growing company that creates therapeutic art and alternative methods in healing. The artists at Splashes of Hope provide inspiration and hope to patients who otherwise would be viewing a blank wall while receiving chemotherapy. The custom-made murals are a therapeutic distraction technique in pain management in a healthcare setting. The artwork

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  • What Makes Art Art

    Britani Graves Art Essay 1 6-20-11 What makes Art Art? I believe art can not be defined. According to the Fall 2007 Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Definition of Art, by Thomas Adajan, "the definition of art is controversial... whether art can be defined has also been a matter of controversy." I think artists can take anything and put their twist on it and what they think it is and they can call it Art. Art is all around us in many forms and fashions. Art has evolved in so many

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  • Art History

    Written Assignment Unit 4 University of the People Introduction Beginning of 15th century to the end of 18th century major improvement had been observed in world art history. This period is categorized in major 3 categories: renaissance period (1400 to 1600 AD), the baroque (1600 to 1700 AD), rococo (starting from 18th century to the end of 18th century). Advancement in science and technology was a great achievement during this period. This also influenced

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  • Art History

    Art History Introduction The Conquests of Alexander the Great culminated to the establishment of Hellenistic Kingdoms in South-West Asia from 323 BC to 146 BC. This led to the spread of Hellenistic cultures to these regions. The Hellenistic civilization and culture encompasses a blend between the Ancient Greek culture, religion and art and the South-West Asia art, culture and religion. The Head of Bodhisattva contained in the Cantor Museum encompasses the head of a Buddhist being that easily

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  • Art Paper

    to me and different from the sculpture of her in the Art Through The Ages textbook. This piece was created in the Imperial time period, between the 1st and 2nd century A.D., and is from the Roman Culture. This piece classifies as a stone sculpture. Aphrodite is a Greek Goddess, which means the goddess of love. With that being said, the original sculpture was Greek and made of bronze. The museum states that Kallimachos created this particular sculpture. He lived in the second half of the first

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  • Street Art

    The Controversy of Street Art: Good or Bad? Abdallah Bah College Writing: Critique Essay Professor Drazba 10/30/2015 Controversy of Street Art After reading the article A Street Art Culture Clash as Graffiti Goes Mainstream written by Mark Stryker, from the Detroit Free Press. The article was published on August 29, 2015. The article/author isn’t biased towards any particular side, it gives good information on both how its good and bad to be an a street artist. Stryker provides

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  • Art Appreciation

    Researching a Work of Art: Gathering the Basics Use this paper as a guide in the analysis of each of your works of art. You may want to make two copies of this sheet – one for each work. Artist: Maurits Cornelis Escher Year born/year died: 1898-1972 Influences? Architecture, perspective and impossible spaces Style associated with this artist: lithographs wood cuts, wood engravings and general drawing and sketching Title of work: SKY AND WATER Background info on work

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  • The Empire of Good Intention

    Jea Yoon Han HI331 Prof. Curley November 3rd, 2014 The Empire of Good Intention The video, The Empire of Good Intentions, presents a complete account of the idealistic British Empire’s presence in India. Simon Schama reveals the fundamental aspects of governing principles of the Empire in India. He shows the effect of the free market economies and the liberal politics on the presence and the influence of British Empire in India. Some transformational occurrences in India such as the mutiny

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  • Impact of Brand Identity of Horlicks in Consumers' Purchase Intention

    Course Title: Thesis Paper A Research Paper on “How brand elements influence the consumers’ purchase intention of a brand: A study on Horlicks and GlaxoSmithKline” Prof. Dr. Md. Masudur Rahman Professor Department of Marketing University of Dhaka Prof. Dr. Md. Masudur Rahman Professor Department of Marketing University of Dhaka Prepared For: Anisur Rahman ChowdhuryRoll-117, Section A18th batchDepartment of MarketingUniversity of Dhaka

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  • Revisiting Intention to Restaurants

    Revisiting Intention To Restaurants There are so many reasons for a customer to visit a restaurant, it might be regarding to the staff attitude, the food or even the price. George Pettingell (October 2005) recognized that “Most of the customer don’t visit a restaurant to eat.  Most of the time they only come for other reasons which has a little reason on eating.  Yes, well prepared and tasty food is very important, as is ambiance and price of the restaurant. For most people, the

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  • Nude Art

    Depictions of nudity Main article: Depictions of nudity Depictions of child nudity or children with nude adults appear in works of art in various cultures and historical periods. These attitudes have changed over time and have become increasingly frowned upon particularly in recent years,[9] especially in the case of photography. In recent years, there have been a few incidents in which snapshots taken by parents of their infant or toddler children bathing or otherwise naked were challenged

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  • Art History

    Museum Extra Credit Art is the product or process of deliberately arranging symbolic elements in a way that influences and affects the senses, emotions, and/or intellect. Many types of art, even if from different eras, can be not only different but also very similar. By going to a museum and learning about all the different types of art, you realize how different pieces of art can have a lot in common. I decided to visit both the Getty Villa and the Getty center museums to learn more about

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  • Art Purpose

    Art can serve a variety of purposes in society, both positive and negative. The contributions of art to society can be evaluated through pragmatic philosophy. Art can bring awareness to people. It is a powerful means of presenting truths about humankind that cannot be expressed any other way. Art also connects people in a society by presenting an idea that everyone can relate to in a universal way. The awareness that comes from art will only lead to a better society if the people take action

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  • Intention to Create Legal Relations

    Intention to create legal relations Statement of the Rule To create a contract there must be a common intention of the parties to enter into legal obligations, mutually communicated expressly or impliedly (Rose and Frank Co v JR Crompton & Bros Ltd). It is open for the parties to use express language to indicate an intent (or lack of) to impose legal obligations on each other. Alternatively, this intention can be impliedly from the circumstances. The courts use an objective

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  • Art and Intention Duchamp

    Art and intention Art and Intention Summarize the reaction of the public to Michelangelo’s David and Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending a Staircase. The Marcel Duchamp’s Nude Descending art work became one of the controversial works because people thought he was mocking the audience because they could not find a woman in the painting. Critics and art magazine were offing the public monies just to find a woman in the painting. The public did not like the Michelangelo’s David art

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