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William Holman Hunt and Salvador Dali 作業代寫

William Holman Hunt and Salvador Dali
 William Holman Hunt and Salvador Dali  作業代寫
1. Introduction
This essay intends to use the visual language to compare the works of one of the PRB members William Holman Hunt with surrealist Salvador Dali, to understand how they illustrate their artist genius using different painting methodologies.
2. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood                            
The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was an art group initiated by three young English painters: William Holman Hunt, John Everett Millais and Dante Gabriel Rossetti. Later another four members: William Michael Rossetti, James Collinson, Frederic George Stephens and Thomas Woolner joined in 1848. These seven members together formed the “brotherhood”. In Victorian period, along with the booming of Industrial Revolution, the Pre-Raphaelites wanted to reform art by reviving the detail-oriented and colourful forms of Italian Renaissance.
3. The light of the world
Unlike Sir Joshua Reynolds, the founder of the English Royal Academy of Arts, the Pre-Raphaelites preferred realism, genuine display of nature and biblical themes to academicism. For Pre-Raphaelites, painting should shed some light on its distinctive features, to illustrate the soul behind faces and torsos, even the flaws hidden under the rich draperies rather than merely creating superficial beauty. As one of the earliest founders of PRB, William Holman Hunt described himself as “high priest and expounder of the excellence of the works of the Creator” (Sizeranne, 2008). All Hunt’s works are focused on details and full of strong colours and delicately designed symbolic objects. Those characteristics were affected by articles written by John Ruskin and Thomas Carlyle who believed the world should be interpreted as a combination of many visual symbols. And Hunt felt responsible to reveal the connection between facts and those symbols. Hunt achieved his first big success in 1854 with the painting The Light of the World (1853-54). It is an allegorical painting with a fine and precise depiction, the colour adopted is strong and religious, Jesus was knocking on a wooden shabby knob-less door with a lightened candle lamp with bad flying over his head. There are weeds growing wildly almost covering the door implying it has never been opened before. Under the dark sky the withered trees standing in the background. The whole scene established a gloomy, bleak and desolate atmosphere. Jesus appears as a prophet, priest and God showing in the dark night wearing white long gown representing holly spirit. The gem vestment represents holly responsibility and the golden crown with thorns revealed his suffer. The lamp on his hand is the only source of light on the whole painting, conveying the main theme of the painting that Jesus will bring light to people’s soul if he went into their hearts. The lamp is chained on Jesus’ hand shows the light illuminates people but restrains Jesus as his existence is indispensable with this duty. There is also a ring of light over Jesus’ head, symbolizing the wish of saving lost souls. The picture has an unusual effect for it seems like lightening, and this light has a strong visual appeal which will deeply affect those who are even not Christians.
4. Crucifixion Dali
William Holman Hunt and Salvador Dali  作業代寫
3. Conclusion
The significant differences between Hunt and Dali is that Dali creates images that are distorted, malformed and on the edge between being disturbing and arousing provoking and curious feeling. The attempt of interpreting Dali’s work is not easy since he never explained the meanings of his work seriously to the public and the objects can not speak for themselves. Each viewer can interpret from their own perspective or personal experience, which can be relevant with life, death, sexual desire, fear, anxiety, religion, psychology etc. whereas Hunt focused on reproducing every tiny little details of objects in their natural condition with strong and various colours. He depicted the truth of everything with a divine religious spirit. You will never see any distortion or exaggeration on his work. On the contrary everything is expressed exactly as how they are. Therefore interpretation of Hunt’s work is apparent and direct; viewer can easily get painter’s creation intention from his work.
 William Holman Hunt and Salvador Dali  作業代寫
 
 
References
De la Sizeranne, R. (2008). The Pre-Raphaelites. New York: Parkstone Press International, USA
Klein, G, A. (2007) Salvador Dali. United States: Checkerboard Library, ABDO Publishing Company. 
The Persistence of Memory (Meaning) by Salvador Dali. (2006-2011). Retrieved Aug, 15, 2013, from
 

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