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Drawing Nature by Stanley Maltzman

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By Stanley Maltzman

Maltzman teaches how you can render the robust fantastic thing about nature with easy-to-master pencil and charcoal suggestions. Piece by way of piece, artists will in attaining strong compositions, packed with robust values and wealthy intensity.

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The logic Ruskin sees in nature, true composition, seems to have migrated to the pictorial form. , are part of the true composition. The objects are materials which have an outline, but also a spiritual essence. From the notion of material in corelation to the notion of spirit, Ruskin elaborated the notion of form, in which drawing and morals, that is, the drawing of a moral, are central elements. For Ruskin seeing is feeling a moral, which means feeling an essence, a truth. When relating truth to aesthetics he states that not every truth is beautiful, since beauty is the result of a relationship in which the result is not always harmonious.

In other words, the sublime is the apprehension of the spirit of the material related to the memories of the spectator's life experience, which is also related to a logic in nature. " (Ruskin, J. 28) 19 spectator, the sublime would however maintain the character of the object, its ethical and moral quality. Ruskin states that the notion of sublime is irrelevant to the theory of classical perception. 31 3JSymmetry in Vitruvius, "In the Doric, the symmetrical proportions are distinguished by the following rules: Let the top of the corona.

Re and The Stones of Venice he associates the logic of his conception of nature with architecture. A more careful reading of Ruskin's architectural ideas will show that architectural fonn in Ruskin derives from his ideas on painting, in which similar concepts can be used for . both architecture, painting and nature. 38 Ruskin was not an architect; nevertheless, he considered architecture the greatest art, because he understood the scale of architecture was larger than that of painting. 39 And by choosing architecture as the greatest fonn of art, Ruskin considered all the space of the city as belonging to architecture.

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