Rhythmic in performing arts canvas prints
Jazz is a musical genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, Louisiana in the United States in the late 19th and early 20th century, with its roots in blues and ragtime. Since the 1920s commonly known in musical circles as the Jazz Age, it has been recognized as a major form of musical expression in traditional and popular music. It is linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage. The style of Jazz music is characterized by swing and blues notes, complex chords, call and response vocals, and improvisation. Photowall lets you stomp your feet to the beat with “That Jazz” in our fine line of performing arts canvas prints. This image depicts the hip and cool vibe that this form of music inspires. As jazz caught on like wildfire around the world, it drew on national, regional, and local musical cultures from which emerged a variety of different styles. New Orleans Jazz first made the scene in the early 1910s. It combined earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime, and blues with collective polyphonic improvisations. Let these performing arts canvas prints be a mainstay in your home.
Visual in performing arts canvas prints
Throughout the entire history of motion pictures, several films have stood out and made an indelible mark on society itself. Stories that are so well crafted and meticulously put together, that they remain favorites of the audiences to this day. These films are called classics, and every period of cinema has a few examples of them. Photowall gives homage to this great artistic heritage with “Humphrey Bogart” its wonderful collection of performing arts canvas prints. This amazing image showcases one of the most memorable actors ever to grace the silver screen. These splendid performing arts canvas prints come in a wide variety of colors and designs almost too numerable to mention. They can transform every room in your home into a veritable museum of modern cinema. A few of these performing arts canvas prints are not only beautiful ornaments but actual collector’s items after the fact. They also accurately document the evolution of cinema from the early days of black and white silent films to the color-corrected, computer-generated blockbusters of today. You can almost smell the popcorn and the crowds in your own screening room when you hang these performing arts canvas prints.
Lithe and limber
Dancing is one of the ways that we have created to preserve our culture and uplift our souls. From the first shamans and medicine men of ancient tribes, contorting their bodies into graceful shapes to appease the spirits, to the earliest instances that human beings used their limbs with rhythm to express emotion, this form of entertainment has been a staple of our daily life ever since. Photowall tips its hat off to these amazing diversions with “Women Dancing-Joaquin Sorolla”, “Powder Rush”, and “Dance is the Language of the Soul, black and white” in its amazing collection of performing arts canvas prints. These images showcase traditional dances like Flamenco and ballet as forms of entertainment that capture the imagination. Hang a few of these performing arts canvas prints on the walls of your lounging areas, and witness how the simple act of gazing at them can soothe your senses, and bleed off all the cares and troubles of the day. Sit in your favorite lounge chair with a chilled martini and imagine you are in the parlor of one of the most celebrated patrons of the arts of the city, being entertained with traditional dances by their guests.