Saturday, October 15, 2016

America Through the Brush of Norman Rockwell

We argon all mad here, tell the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. He couldnt have been much correct, eitherone and everything is a little messed up. horizontal Alice, surrounded in a make believe dry land of her deliver, knew this to be align. However, in the orb Nor art object Rockwell chose to create, mass ar in love with their country, ghostlike freedom is the norm, and children grow up perfectly. Rockwell depicts this utopia through his artwork, and the resulting snapshots of life he provides ar beautiful. The moments portrayed takes the peach through life as Norman Rockwell sees it, while avoiding the imperfections of the substantial knowledge base.\nThe ideals of Freedom of Speech deprave to every corner of the unite States. The Constitution claims that all people are free to deal their minds. However the voices of those who appear unintelligent, impoerished, or even simply dress are generally looked over and buffed out. In Rockwells world, that is non th e case. The captivating piece, Freedom of Speech, illuminates its own name. The man appears in a crowd of highly alpha and affluent individuals who are togged up up, while he form in a faded jacket and flannel. His face is drawn up fightd, hopeful, and speaking. Those who surround him are listening, in reality listening. This mans sleazy appearance is ignored and goes overlooked while his voice touches approximately everyone in the painting, creating an awe-inspiring essence which covers the crowed as well as the observer. In this piece he takes us to a buns where all voices are deemed equal.\n religion is a continuous war that seems to never cease; every religion believes they are correct. With true Freedom of Religion, there is no war. Rockwell transports us to a world where people are practicing their mature to worship in unison; each praying differently than their neighbor without any concern at all. Eyes are relaxed and faces are softly set. Every man and women dir ects their gaze intently in w...

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