Professor Name Course Date Descriptive writing View of a Town in the Sabine Hills 1814 By Jean-Victor Bertin (1767 - 1842) Jean victor was the son of the master wig-maker who once was a student of the famous artist by the name valenciennes. He also studied at the established institution of art in France known as the Académie royale de peinture et de sculpture. Here he was trained by Gabriel-François Doyen in 1785. Later he took part in artistic works and competitions till his death. This mountain is said to be located at Lazio to a twenty minutes away drive from Rome (the capital city of Italy). The view images are popular due to several reasons. First they have an incredibly undeniable great quality that is appealing to the eyes and originality. France is a country of great and remarkable history whose memories can be brought back by this type of images. To the people of France art holds a huge part in the social-economical part of their daily lives. References Barker Graeme and John A. Lloyd. Roman landscapes: archaeological survey in the Mediterranean region. No. 2. British school at Rome 1991. Billinge D. and T. R. Addis. "Modelling the role of metaphor in artistic description. ECAI." 15th European conference on artificial intelligence Lyon France Workshop. Vol. 17. 2002. [...]
View of a Town in the Sabine Hills 1814 By Jean-Victor Bertin (1767 - 1842) Include a brief history of 160 words or less about the artist and his work. Do not plagiarize historical information.Cite the sources of your information. This is not a book report or a general essay. Descriptive writing and close observation is necessary. Further questions to answer: What relevance does the title of this painting have? Where are the Sabine Hills? Are the Sabine Hills related to history in a meaningful way? Describe the distant and near figures? Describe the color and light of the painting. Indicate specific colors in your description. Is there a focal point or is the composition spread out evenly? Describe the texture of the painting. How does the texture effect the mood of the painting? Is the image nostalgic or sentimental? Explain why it has a particular mood? Why were paintings like this one popular in France?