Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5

Saturday, April 9, 2022

You may read previous posting (Part 1):

- Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 1 - Art 5



Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king 
(credit to Pinterest)


Just two examples are statues of:

- Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture

- and statue of Memi and Sabu


Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.


Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt.



Fig-02- Portrait, painted by Pablo Picasso



Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet


Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:

- Are there Non Royal Statues Surrounding the Pyramid? - Art 1


It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).


We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.


Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).


However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.


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40 comments:

  1. ...art history is a wonderful pastime, but an awful career choice.

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    1. sad fact...

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  2. I love art history... I live in Anatolia and you can find everywhere history...

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    1. great place....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt.

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  3. Art is interesting. I like artists like Monet best.

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    1. ne too....

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      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

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  4. Art covers so many different aspects of civilization. One of my favorite places is Paint Rock where even before the indigenous the nomadic life would leave their mark while on the annual trail in the plains of Texas.

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    1. I see... love Texas....

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt.

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  6. I love art, it's nice to see the artists different subjects and styles.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

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  7. I love art and I love this study
    Thanks for sharing ♥

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  8. Thanks for sharing, love the Monet painting! :)
    Have a nice day. 💗

    🌸 Kiara Era BLOG 🌸

    Kisses,
    Kiara Era

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt

      Delete
  9. Beautiful art, Monet, Picasso and Gudea, perfect.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

      # Previous postings:
      - HOMEMADE FACE MASKS TO COMBAT SPREAD OF COVID-19 – VIRUS 5
      - AN AFFORDABLE BATTERY FOR ELECTRIC BICY

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  10. Yes I enjoy my life with good food <3 :D
    This products are really delicious, I like the protein bars, the nut clusters and the stuff with coconut <3 :D

    Interesting post =) I think it's really interesting to study art history. Because there are so many nice pictures from so many artists =)

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    1. I see...

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  11. OK, I am an Art expert. I have heard of Picasso and Monet... hahaha. I can recognise a picasso cos his style is unique. I love Art and it would have been good if I had studied Art. TQ for the Monet, it is lovely

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    1. great...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt

      Delete
  12. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

      # Previous postings:
      - HOMEMADE FACE MASKS TO COMBAT SPREAD OF COVID-19 – VIRUS 5
      - AN AFFORDABLE BATTERY FOR ELECTRIC BICY

      Delete
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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      You may read previous posting (Part 1):
      - IS IT DIFFICULT TO STUDY ART HISTORY? - PART 1 - ART 5

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  14. very good and helpful informations;)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt

      Delete
  15. Hi! It's a good tip, enthusiasm ahah I find it challenging!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

      # Previous postings:
      - HOMEMADE FACE MASKS TO COMBAT SPREAD OF COVID-19 – VIRUS 5
      - AN AFFORDABLE BATTERY FOR ELECTRIC BICY

      Delete
  16. I wish they would have more art classes in HS so the enthusiasm could start early.

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    1. hopefully....


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      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
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  17. Great tips.
    I love art.
    Kisses!

    galerafashion.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt

      Delete
  18. I always enjoyed art history in school and still enjoy going to museums. Thanks for the great post and God bless,
    Laurie

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    1. glad to hear....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 03- Pathway garden, painted by Claude Monet

      Statue of Memi and Sabu may be read at previous posting:
      - ARE THERE NON ROYAL STATUES SURROUNDING THE PYRAMID? - ART 1

      It is said that never giving up, even when we know its not really working, we need to go back at it, time and time again until we are happy (satisfy).

      We need to read several articles, include Wikipedia (even though not reliable resource, but at least give some ideas) to understand history context such as statues of Gudea, and Memi and Sebu.

      Finally, It is challenging to study art history without history background and art skill (especially to whom have no talent in art).

      However, the difficulty could be overcome step by step with a fair amount of enthusiasm.

      # Previous postings:
      - HOMEMADE FACE MASKS TO COMBAT SPREAD OF COVID-19 – VIRUS 5
      - AN AFFORDABLE BATTERY FOR ELECTRIC BICY

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  19. Eu sempre gostei de muitas partes da história.
    Amei você abordar essa aqui.
    Beijos.



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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
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      You may read previous posting (Part 1):
      - IS IT DIFFICULT TO STUDY ART HISTORY? - PART 1 - ART 5

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Is It Difficult to Study Art History? - Part 2 - Art 5
      -
      Fig 01- Gudea was a ruler, not called as a king
      (credit to Pinterest)

      Just two examples are statues of:
      - Gudea in Neo-Sumerian culture
      - and statue of Memi and Sabu

      Gudea was a leader in a sovereign country but called as a governor. He dressed like a monk than a king.

      Moreover, Memi and Sabu was ordinary people that found in the nonroyal cemeteries surrounding the Great Pyramid of Khufu (Cheops) at Giza, Egypt

      Delete