Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on You should discuss some artworks in architecture from the 19th century. It needs to be at least 1250 words.
Of course, not all art is beautiful to our ears, but nevertheless it is still an art. No matter how unsatisfactory the term will have to do for lack of a better one, aesthetic is strictly speaking. It is a branch of philosophy which has occupied thinkers from Plato to present days. During the last 100 years, aesthetic has also been a field of psychology, a field which has come to equal little agreement (Roberts 2011).
We all dream and that is imagination at work. Imagination in simple way means to make a picture in one’s mind. The Mortal (human) beings are not the only creatures that have imagination. animals also dream and make an image. When awake, animals see things and for no deceptive motive, the fur of a cat may rise on its back as it peers into a dark closet, just as one may get goose bumps from phantoms we neither see nor hear (Frankenberg 1957).
European scholars, administrators, tourists and soldiers were flooding into Turkey, Egypt and other exotic countries in large numbers during the 19th century. They would want to bring back souvenirs with them to remind them of the amazing colors, cultures and the tastes they saw. Orientalism became a western cultural movement which climaxed in the mid-late 19th century. It was especially well represented in painting, sculpture, drama, literature and travel writing. The orientalist description of the Middle East and North Africa were not accurate, though they based on real observations of these philosophies. It did not matter people coming back from Constantinople or Cairo could not possibly have known what the inside of a harem looked like, they simply wanted exotic and colorful images from their travels and people who had not been travelling to the east wanted the images of what they might one day see (Roberts 2011).
French romantics like Eugene Delacroix and others drew their subject matter from literature and from actual travels to the Middle East. He