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Who paint the planting rice?

Plant the rice seeds throughout the soil, during the fall or spring season.

Transplantation

Q. What is the process of rice production?

The fields are initially ploughed and then fertiliser is applied which typically consists of cow dung and then the field is smoothed. The seeds are transplanted by hand and then through proper irrigation, the seeds are cultivated. … Rice fields should be level and should have low mud walls for retaining water.

Q. What are the two methods of planting rice?

Methods of Rice Cultivation:

  • Broadcasting method: Seeds are sown broadcast by hand. …
  • Drilling method: Ploughing of land and sowing of seeds is done by two persons. …
  • Transplantation method: ADVERTISEMENTS: …
  • 4. Japanese method:

Q. What is the best time to plant rice?

  • Keep in mind that the area needs to be flooded with water. It’s much easier to flood a few smaller spaces than one larger one. …
  • If you plant in the fall, be sure to de-weed come spring.

Fernando Amorsolo

Q. What is the message of planting rice?

Planting Rice” by Fernando Amorsolo Planting Rice painted by Fernando Amorsolo. It reflects the arrival of the Americans in the Philippines and the idealism of the artist to the Philippine society. The painting reflected the people’s desire to escape from a complicated reality into simplicity (Stancheva , 2017).

Q. What is the difference between subject and content?

Subject matter is the literal, visible image in a work while content includes the connotative, symbolic, and suggestive aspects of the image. The subject matter is the subject of the artwork, e.g., still life, portrait, landscape etc. … “Content is not subject or things in the painting.

Q. When was planting rice painted?

1922

Q. Where did Fernando Amorsolo paint the planting rice?

the Metropolitan Museum of Manila

Q. How can we tell if an artwork is great?

Good artwork includes elements that are cohesive and work in harmony. If something looks out of proportion, it means the artist may have misjudged. Do not worry if you are still having trouble spotting what makes good art, it’s not easy. Keep visiting art galleries and comparing the works of renowned artists.

Q. What is Palay Maiden?

The Palay Maiden (1920), Oil on canvas by FC Amorsolo. Palay is Tagalog for grain, which is symbolic of the Philippines’ most staple crop. Maiden bears significance to Amorsolo’s preference for beauty.

Q. What is the meaning of palay?

: rice at any stage prior to husking —used especially in the Philippines.

Q. What makes an artwork truly Filipino?

What makes Philippine Art Filipino? … Genre used to be a major consideration in determining the “Filipino-ness” of a work of art at least in painting. The idea was that the depiction of scenes of everyday life and the surroundings without idealizing them was closest in spirit to the Filipino soul and native soil.

Q. What makes the Palay Maiden truly a Filipino?

Answer. palay maiden is truly Filipino, because it depicts the Filipino way of living, attitudes, characteristics, and behaviors.

Q. What are the similarities of Palay Maiden and Mona Lisa?

The things they have shared in common are, we can see in both paintings that the subject is a woman. The similarities between these two was that they each displayed a different culture.

Q. How is medium a factor in representing the Filipino identity?

Answer. If you are going to use something native and Phippine made in making an art, it will be symbolizing patriotism of your own lineage as a Filipino. It is not just making an identity known internationally but it is also branding yourself as a proud Filipino.

Q. What is the subject of the painting Spoliarium?

Gladiator

Q. What is Spoliarium?

Spoliarium is a Latin word referring to the basement of the Roman Colosseum where the fallen and dying gladiators are dumped and devoid of their worldly possessions. At the center of Luna’s painting are fallen gladiators being dragged by Roman soldiers.

Q. What is the value of Spoliarium?

Answer: The Spolarium the was painted by Juan Luna, one of the helping hand to rouse the nationalism in our country. It shows us how Filipinos intend to have more patriotic needs in terms of showing affection to our beloved country. This work of art made us realize on how to love our country and put things up together.

Q. What does Spoliarium symbolize?

Among its leading lights was the Filipino nationalist hero Jose Rizal. … In Rizal’s words, Spoliarium was a symbol of “our social, moral, and political life: humanity unredeemed, reason and aspiration in open fight with prejudice, fanaticism, and injustice.”

Q. What is the function of Spoliarium?

Spoliarium, the paint, shows how the Filipinos were treated before when they were colonized by Spaniards. It shows that they were forced to entertain the Roman oppressors and the Spaniards with their lives and sacrifice themselves for the Roman’s and Spaniard’s honor.

Q. What is the appreciation of Spoliarium?

Answer: Spoliarium, the paint, shows how the Filipinos were treated before when they were colonized by Spaniards. It shows that they were forced to entertain the Roman oppressors and the Spaniards with their lives and sacrifice themselves for the Roman’s and Spaniard’s honor.

Q. What made Spoliarium a renowned artwork?

Rizal was inspired to carve a mark of his own to give glory to his country by writing his ‘Spoliarium‘ since early that year 1884 “he had been toying with the idea of a book” for he has seen and described the painting as “the tumult of the crowd, the shouts of slaves, the metallic clatter of dead men’s armor, the sobs …

Q. Why Juan Luna is a hero?

Because of his bravery, Luna was named director of War on Septem. He became famous for bravery, unusual style of fighting, and strict discipline. At the age of 31, he was shot dead on J in Cabanatuan City in an attack led by a disgruntled Filipino Sergeant. He was born on Oct.

Q. Who painted the scream?

Edvard Munch’s

Q. Did Aguinaldo kill Luna?

While investigations were supposedly made concerning Luna’s death, not one person was convicted. Later, General Pantaleon García said that it was he who was verbally ordered by Aguinaldo to conduct the assassination of Luna at Cabanatuan.

Q. Who killed Gregorio del Pilar?

Emilio Aguinaldo

Q. How was Luna killed?

5 June 1899, Cabanatuan City, Philippines

Q. Who killed Apolinario Mabini?

On , Apolinario Mabini, often referred to as “the Sublime Paralytic“, died of cholera in Manila at the age of 38. Mabini was most active in the Revolution in 1898, when he served as the chief adviser for General Emilio Aguinaldo. He became the president of the Cabinet and secretary of Foreign Affairs.

Q. Is Apolinario Mabini a hero?

Apolinario Mabini was one of the foremost of the Philippine revolutionary heroes. He was the “brains” of the revolution. Crippled as a young man by polio, he realized that his physical limitations not only limited his personal life but the struggle his beloved homeland was undergoing to become a sovereign republic.

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