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Assess the impact of photography on the 19th century political and social landscape. How did it affect paintings? Use one example from Gardner s Art through the Ages and one from the Internet.
Photography could also serve artists by revealing details too fleeting to record with the eye. [ An oft-quoted example is the recording by Eadweard Muybridge, through instantaneous sequential photographs, of the precise stages of human and animal locomotion. He confirmed that at one stage in the pace of a horse's gallop all four hooves are off the ground. Ironically, it was the greatest
fantasists who pursued the most exacting verisimilitude. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema's cinematic dream vistas of ancient Rome, for instance, depended for their effect on a photographic exactness in the detail of marble, flower, or fabric. They are an early repudiation of the notion that the camera cannot lie. Their photographic level of veracity is a cunning deceit. ]
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User: Assess the impact of photography on the 19th century political and social landscape. How did it affect paintings? Use one example from Gardner s Art through the Ages and one from the Internet.

Weegy: Photography could also serve artists by revealing details too fleeting to record with the eye. [ An oft-quoted example is the recording by Eadweard Muybridge, through instantaneous sequential photographs, of the precise stages of human and animal locomotion. He confirmed that at one stage in the pace of a horse's gallop all four hooves are off the ground. Ironically, it was the greatest fantasists who pursued the most exacting verisimilitude. Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema's cinematic dream vistas of ancient Rome, for instance, depended for their effect on a photographic exactness in the detail of marble, flower, or fabric. They are an early repudiation of the notion that the camera cannot lie. Their photographic level of veracity is a cunning deceit. ]
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User: Compare Manet’s Olympia to Millais’s Ophelia. Discuss how each work represents the artist and his period. Use one example from Gardner’s Art through the Ages and one from the Internet.

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