Assignment First

英国教育学论文代写:艺术教育

1.当我们把艺术教育放在艺术作品的照片和复制品上时,我们能否完全理解艺术在任何时代或文化中的重要性?

在观看艺术作品的照片和复制品的同时,可以肯定地了解艺术家的视觉语言,伟大的时代和特定时期的幻想运动。有些课程通过照片和艺术作品的再现,有助于理解艺术的真实形式。艺术是所有文明中最崇高,最有意义,最有创造力的创作。艺术的视觉语言可以通过颜色,线条,构图,符号和符号来理解。艺术的类型可以通过具有深厚的艺术技术知识的艺术家的亲身示范来理解。为了了解时代和有远见的运动,人们必须有一个良好的艺术知识,因为这将有助于认识和欣赏艺术的发展(Gombrich,2011)。

2.为什么要亲自看到一些艺术被充分理解?为什么照片不够?

即使是最好的艺术再现,也不能代表时空的重要元素。亲眼看到一些艺术品就是看待艺术作品的独特存在的代名词。艺术作品将会随着时间的流逝而存活下来,研究时间对其实际存在的影响将是迷人的。真正的艺术家将能够通过化学或物理分析来理解这些变化,而这些艺术品的再现是不可能的。一件艺术品的独特性是无法复制的(Atkinson,2011)。

英国教育学论文代写:艺术教育

  1. When we base our arts education on photographs and reproductions of works of art, can we ever completely understand the importance of art in any given era or culture?

While looking at the photographs and reproduction of the works of art, one can definitely understand the artist’s visual language, the great eras and the visionary movements of the given period. There are courses which help in understanding the art in its true form through the photographs and reproduction of the works of art. Art is the most sublime, meaningful and redeeming creations of all civilizations. The visual language of art can be understood by color, line, composition, signs and symbols. The genres of art can be understood by having hands-on demonstration by artists having deep technical knowledge about art. In order to understand the era and visionary movements, one has to have a good artistic knowledge as it would help in recognizing and appreciating the evolution of art (Gombrich, 2011).

  1. Why must some art be seen in person to be fully understood? Why won’t photographs suffice?

Even the best reproduction of art would not be able to represent a very important element of time and space. Seeing some art in person is synonymous to seeing a unique existence of the work of art. The work of art would have survived through time and it would be mesmerizing to study the effect of time had on its physical existence. True artist would be able to understand the changes through chemical or physical analysis which would not be possible with the reproduction of the piece of art. The uniqueness of a piece of art can never be reproduced (Atkinson, 2011).