After this he painted using different colors which he allowed to dry before using a fine hair pencil to fill in more detail. This famous painting was sketched and painted on site in Chatterton’s small room, which was just a little bigger than his scope of the painting.Unlike the Chatterton painting, Izima Kaoru’s (1954) was a graphical photo titled ‘Hasegawa Kyoko wears Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche’ (2003) is a photo depicting the sad death of a girl that measured 39.3 x 31.7 x 80 cm. The photo of death is very visible in his work, portraying death as it occurs in everyday life. The model in this photograph is seen wearing a red dress with a black bra and black stockings and lying on the floor on a street among heaps of garbage bags. She is supposed to be his fourth model wearing the color red.Izima Kaoru was famous for his photos on a corpse series and his book had a Japanese title that meant “The Scene as Last seen.” This was his fourth book of photos and featured eleven well known ‘dead’ women who were either singers, actresses or models, fashionably dressed in highly branded clothes of the highest fashion who posed as corpses while being filmed in different places. This photo book was published in 2004 by Bijutsu in both Japanese and English.When comparing the two mediums we find that Henry Wallis had made use of models that closely resembled eminent figures in the world of art or literature, while Izima Kaoru used models who resembled actresses, singers or models. The medium used to present their ideas of death were unlike too. While Wallis used painting as his medium, Kaoru used the medium of. Visual Culture Compare and Contrast.
“Chatterton” by Henry Wallis
Michael Hussar – Paintings
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