Catherine says, “The human form in all its complexity is not the easiest thing to re-create.” Do you agree? Why or why not? Does this statement apply to any domains besides art?
Some students will agree with this statement that human bodies are complex and not easy to recreate. These students might bring up examples relating to the text. For instance, they might say that each body has so many little crevasses and intricacies that it can be hard to capture it through a painting or drawing. They may also say a replica of a human form should not only capture the physical characteristics of the human but also his mood and feeling in the moment. Excellent paintings carry...
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