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More to Analyze: Color, Contrast, and Composition?

Since deciding on the Hudson River Valley School of art, a dataset that is both consistent in theme but varying in compositions and use of art characteristics (e.g. color, contrast), I have been exploring more analyses. If the dataset is varied enough, I believe it makes sense to consider multiple characteristics, rather than just one. 

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Considering Artistic Movements to Focus On & A Prelude to Photoshop Pixel Histogram Analysis, Part 2

In my last blog post, I mentioned possible artistic movements to use for my dataset. I have chosen works from the Hudson River Valley School of Art. I will be pulling images from reputable museum websites and making sure all images are of similar resolution and size. These artworks are similar in overall style, which should eliminate any bias toward certain artistic styles, but do vary in characteristics like color usage (sometimes dependent on the time of day that the work is portraying).

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Considering Artistic Movements to Focus On & A Prelude to Photoshop Pixel Histogram Analysis

In my last blog-post, I touched on a potential method to study neuroesthetics by first analyzing the specific characteristics of some artwork using Adobe Photoshop. While I have continued to look at possible ways to quantify artwork characteristics, I first decided on a methodology. I plan on using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, an online-based method designed to get human subject input.

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This is the original image used, artwork by William de Kooning. 

 

The Beginning of an Exploratory Project in Neuroesthetics

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