Charle's Peace's Emblems

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The Artist in His Museum When looking at any portrait, as Stein states on his essay, it is obvious to see the numerous qualities, which in fact represent the theme of that painting, including historical and cultural meanings as well as biographical representations of the sitter in general. This obvious encounter is especially true when discussing a self-portrait. Through a self-portrait, one can portray an exact internal feeling, or sense of being, into an external …

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…piece by piece in order of its significance or role in its habitat, making sense of not only one display, but also an environment as a whole. Peale believed in giving the viewer a visual experience of nature and its complex meanings through his artistic ability. He explores deeply into the boundaries between life and art, nature and science, and the visual and verbal makes of these relationships, to display the harmony of the universe.