There are HUNDREDS of essays in this category!
Each one is only $9.95/page with a free bibliography....
If you don't see any 'ya like, try a keyword search instead!

Papers On Art & Architecture
Page 55 of 337

Previous 5 Items Next 5 Items

Ansel Adams
[ send me this essay ]
A 6 page paper which examines the life and work of Ansel Adams. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAansel3.rtf

Anthony Lawlor's Eight Elemental Forms
[ send me this essay ]
A 7 page pager based Lawlor's (1994) book entitled "The Temple in the House." The writer focuses upon a specific chapter which outlines Lawlor's Eight "Elemental Forms" -- the greatest and most fundamental forces of architectural power. In Lawlor's view, these eight core elements of structural design comprise the primary basis for everything that we see, feel, and experience in a building. The writer applies what is learned in Lawlor's book to explicate the architectural design of Washington D.C.'s Capitol Building. One additional source is listed in bibliography.
Filename: Elemform.wps

Antonio Gaudi
[ send me this essay ]
5 pages in length. Spanish-born Antonio Gaudi was first recognized for his extraordinary artistic talent when he attended Barcelona's Escola Superior d'Arquitectura, where his first major commissioned design incorporated a Gothic Revival appearance that was clearly the indicator for his life's career. Gaudi's blend of surrealistic curves, which many consider to be quite sensual in appearance, brought him wide acclaim for an avant-garde style for which he would always be considered the leader: Spanish Art Nouveau. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: TLCGaudi.rtf

Aphrodite of Knidos and Meleager
[ send me this essay ]
A 3 page paper which examines Statue of the Aphrodite of Knidos, 2nd century A.D. and Statue of Meleager, 55-45 B.C.. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAknmeg.rtf

Apostolic Succession: Its Evolution In Roman Imagery
[ send me this essay ]
8 pages in length. When discussing the theme of apostolic succession and its evolution in Roman imagery – including architecture – from Early Christianity through the seventeenth century, the student will first want to define the notion of apostolic succession. In essence, it represents "Christ's promise to remain with His Church so that 'he who hears you hears Me'" (Kresta, 2001), thereby necessitating human agents in order to uphold this pledge. This "laying on of hands" (Sweeley, no date) established man as the conduit between the Apostles and the rest of humanity, which was inherently conveyed by way of architectural design of the time. Indeed, one might readily surmise that throughout this particular period, architecture illustrated mankind's role of divine interpretation, especially when exploring the vast and varied aspects of religious structures. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCRmnIm.rtf


Page 55 of 337
<< more 51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  more >>

Previous 5 Items Next 5 Items

Don't Forget:
If you're not sure about an essay, email meand I'll
get 'ya a free, one page excerpt from it!
If you don't see ANY essays on your topic, click <NEXT> for
more listings OR click "custom essays" to have a new one written!

 

Essay Boy Also Recommends These Other Great Essay Sites:
Essays and Papers On-File| Essay Finder| Essay Page| Essay Girl
12000 Papers and Essays| E - Coursework| Report Finders| 15000 Research Papers

Sell Papers & Essays From YOUR Web Site and Earn Money!
CLICK HERE TO BECOME OUR AFFILIATE!