An Analysis of Two Paintings by Edgar Degas and Charles Peale. Analytical Essay by Master Researcher

An Analysis of Two Paintings by Edgar Degas and Charles Peale.
This paper analyzes "The Peale Family" painted by Charles Wilson Peale (1773 &1809. The New York Historical Society) and "The Bellini Family" painted by Edgar Degas (1859. Musee d'Orsay).
# 33391 | 900 words | 2 sources | 2002 | US
Published on Nov 04, 2003 in Art (Painting)


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This paper uses the strategies that are part of critiquing in the book "Humanities through the Arts" by F. David Martin and Lee Jacobus. Paris). The author praises "The Peale Family" painted by Charles Wilson Peale, but "The Bellini Family" painted by Edgar Degas, although beautiful in its own way, is subjected to conflicting criticism. The paper explains that, by observing the line, color, and artistic agenda of each of these painters, we can critique them along the guidelines offered by Martin in his book.

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