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Art History Survey.......final

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Running head: ART HISTORY SURVEY 1
Art history survey
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ART HISTORY SURVEY 2
Different artworks appeal differently to the audience. This aspect is associated with the
various techniques used in the development of such artworks and how special they are. In this
case, the multiple features of a given artwork make it more attractive compared to another with
inferior features. Due to this reason, the specific characteristics associated with a given artwork
make it either successful or unsuccessful. In the development of architectural structures, aspects
such as the attractiveness of the structure, the technique used in its construction, and its
durability make it successful or unsuccessful as portrayed in the structures, the magnificent
"Temple of Ramses II" and the "Treasury of Atreus."
The physical appearance of a structure plays a significant role in the success of any given
art. This aspect is associated with the fact that a successful piece of art should have the ability to
evoke feelings to the audience. In this case, most successful artists create artwork that is not only
attractive to the eyes of the audience but also the ability to generate feelings when they see it.
Comparing the "Temple of Ramses II" and the "Treasury of Atreus," the "Temple of Ramses II"
is more attractive. The "Temple of Ramses II" has stone statues at the entrance showing the
Egyptian art while the "Treasury of Atreus" has just a simple opening. The interior of the temple
has different Egyptian wall drawings. At the same time, the treasury is just a simple structure that
made the temple more successful because both were made for kings.
1. The "Temple of Ramses II"

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Running head: ART HISTORY SURVEY Art history survey Student's name Institutional affiliations 1 ART HISTORY SURVEY 2 Different artworks appeal differently to the audience. This aspect is associated with the various techniques used in the development of such artworks and how special they are. In this case, the multiple features of a given artwork make it more attractive compared to another with inferior features. Due to this reason, the specific characteristics associated with a given artwork make it either successful or unsuccessful. In the development of architectural structures, aspects such as the attractiveness of the structure, the technique used in its construction, and its durability make it successful or unsuccessful as portrayed in the structures, the magnificent "Temple of Ramses II" and the "Treasury of Atreus." The physical appearance of a structure plays a significant role in the success of any given art. This aspect is associated with the fact that a successful piece of art should have the ability to evoke feelings to the audience. In this case, most successful artists create artwork that is not only attractive to the eyes of the audience but also the ability to generate feelings when they see it. Comparing the "Temple of Ramses II" and the "Treasury of Atreus," the "Temple of Ramses II" is more attractive. The "Temple of Ramses II" has stone statues at the entrance showing the Egyptian art while the "Treasury of Atreus" has just a simple opening. The inte ...
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