HUMA 1315 Vsual Arts and Law Essay


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Linda Siqueiros
Instructor: W.Wozniak
Course: HUMA 1315
20 August 2020
A good start, Linda. The political message this artist communicates is well articulated here. I have
enjoyed reading your essay thus far.
Please see further comments below for clarification and revision.
~After revisions then clarify your conclusion. The conclusion should summarize without excessively
repeating or introducing any new information. A good rule of thumb is to summarize each paragraph
with a sentence and place within the conclusion paragraph- as it directly relates to the
connection/thesis statement.
~add an Artwork Title in MLA italics for extra credit I suggest
Eliminate these and subheadings
Visual Arts
Academic Sources:
Sachant, Pamela J., et al. Introduction to Art: Design, Context, and Meaning. University of North
Georgia Press, 2016.
Vedova, Emilio, and Danilo Eccher. Emilio Vedova. Hirmer, 1986.
Visual artist: Emilio Vedova.
Visual arts have been essential in passing messages in the past, as they are in the
contemporary world. Great visual artists shape the societies they live in using their visual art
pieces with relevant messages. For instance, a society facing high crime rates can benefit greatly
from visual arts that help in condemning criminal activities and encouraging members of the
society to shun from crimes (Sachant n.p.). Visual arts can bring down crime rates in societies.
This paper will discuss visual arts with Emilio Vedova being a central pole of the discussion. A
good start here Linda, yet please review the comments from Stage A as your thesis is
missing – this will tell the reader what the topic of the essay is in 1 sentence and will include
the 5 components listed in Papers/projects. As a reminder the topic of this essay is not the
artist, but the connection and the local community project. I have made some suggestions
[start here I suggest with the connection between your career field and the visual
This world has sired an enormous number of visual artists who have made various
contributions to the sector and other areas of life. Emilio Vedova was born in 1919 in Italy and
spent a significant part of his life in his birthplace. Emilio was born in an artistic family with his
parents working as professional teachers of arts. However, Emilio’s career in visual arts is selflearned because he never got training in any school of arts. He started painting and making
pieces of art when he was a teen. Vedova has won various prizes in his career. More so, he
participated in the Resistance Movement from the year 1943, where he fought for his
countrymen (Patterson n.p). He used his artistic talent in painting to draw the attention of the
people and communicate the messages of unity and togetherness. He also used his visual arts to
influence the establishment and implementation of laws in Italy and other countries like the
United States, where he lectured in various universities. [[ this is a good paragraph to example
[eliminate this paragraph as it does not lead directly to the thesis topic presented in
stage a]The prizes that Emilio Vedova won during his time included the prize for young painters
at the first São Paulo Bienal, a Guggenheim International Award in 1956, and the Grand Prize
for Painting at the 1960 Venice Biennale. Apart from his gains, Emilio Vedova was an advocate
of progressive laws for the people. For instance, he signed the Manifesto of Realism for
Sculptors and Painters in 1946. This manifesto was also known as the Beyond Guernica. This
manifesto was meant to mark and celebrate the symbolic, anti-war choice that Picasso
emphasized in his Guernica artwork of the year 1937. Picasso also called the sculpting and
painting actions of ‘participation in the total reality of mankind’ in this artwork (Patterson n.p).
Apart from this manifesto, Emilio Vedova was among the members of the Italian Resistance
Movement. They worked very hard to lead the people in opposing Nazi Germany and the fascist
Italian Social Republic at the time of world war II.
Practically, Vedova and his like-minded people used their post-Guernica manifesto to
illustrate their belief in realistic and figurative art as the best way to confront and shape society’s
political and social lives. Vedova and his colleagues used their artistic imaginations to
communicate their feelings and wishes for society (Vedova n.p.). Their arts drove away many
social and political ills and helped to cement better cultures among the people. [[ this would be a
good place to introduce the local community project]]
Another essential contribution of Vedova is that he viewed himself as a citizen of all
nations. He believed every part of the world needed and deserved his services. Therefore, he did
everything to reach out to every individual in the world. He wanted to change the lives of all
humankind (Vedova n.p.). Therefore, some of his contributions in law geared towards making
the world a better place for everyone. [[ within this paragraph, the question of why the
community project would help can be clarified]]
In conclusion, visual arts are essential tools if they are used appropriately to shape
people’s livelihood. The sector of law affects all people and can be shaped using visual arts.
Emilio Vedova is among the modern visual artists who have had significant contributions in law
using their artistic imagination and prowess. Emilio’s contributions to law, political, and social
life sectors can never be ignored. Indeed, visual arts can bring down crimes in societies.[[ see
note above on conclusions and revise]]
Work cited
Patterson, Ian. Guernica and total war. Vol. 4. Harvard University Press, 2007.
Sachant, Pamela J., et al. Introduction to Art: Design, Context, and Meaning. University of North
Georgia Press, 2016.
Vedova, Emilio, and Danilo Eccher. Emilio Vedova. Hirmer, 1986.

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