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How Artists Use a Visual Language to Represent Ideas

Summary: Explores four artworks and their artists. Describes how each artwork differs in context and cultural meaning. Evaluates how the visual language in them shows the artist's ideas.
This essay will be looking at a range of artists and artworks from different cultures and times. Each artist developed their own visual language in order to represent certain ideas and interests about the world. The artists and artworks to be evaluated are; `The Vitruvian Man', by Leonardo Da Vinci, `Seated Buddha Preaching the First Sermon at Sarnath', by a Buddhist monk, `Nature Study', by Louise Bourgeois and `Drawing from Tide Table', by William Kentridge. It can be seen that each artwork differs in context and cultural meaning; from India in the 5th Century AD to contemporary art in the 21st Century. Even though the messages behind each of these artworks differ, they are all connected by one aspect of their visual language; each of the artists has used `the human body' as the vehicle for the expression of their ideas.

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