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Correction-description d'un tableau

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Correction-description d'un tableau
Message de scarleet posté le 27-11-2010 à 19:46:26 (S | E | F)
Bonsoir,
j'aurais besoin s'il vous plaît qu'on me corrige ma description du tableau Examination of a Witch de T. H. Matteson. J'ai fait des liens avec le contexte historique du tableau, le procès de Salem.
Merci pour vos réponses.

The painter of this picture is T. H. Matteson. He was an American painter born in 1813 and died in 1884. The titlie of this picture is « Examination of a Witch » and it was painted in 1853. The picture is now in Salem at the Peabody Essex Museum.

The scene takes place in large room whre several characters are grouped by different age, social statuts and attitudes. The examination of a witch is not a court but rather in private home or in the house of one of the characters because you can see taht there are a watchmaker, two wardrobes, a table, a coffee table, a stool and two chairs. We are witnessing a tragic event in which every characters feel involved.
At the center of the painting is half naked young girl. She draws other characters attention who either point the finger at her or turn on's gaze more or less hostile on her. Although she looks in our direction, she shows us her back. An old woman on her left points one's finger at a specific location emphasizing the physical anomaly. The finger of the old woman is also at the center of the painting which emphasizes the importance of this location. At this location there is the Devil Mark's.
In the past it believed that the witch had a special mark on their body that allowed them to identify as witch. This mark which can be almost anything is usually small well hidden and insensitive to pain. The mark usually appears as a small mole or raised area on the skin. Any witch can recognize another witch due to this mark. Unfortunately for the witch, witch hunters also have learned how to recognize the mark.Therefore judges stripped the accused to find this Devil Mark's.
In the meantime an other old woman undresses completely the witch. Behind this women group, a man is in charge of maintain the order. He is wearing a helmet. It is the sign who he belongs to authorities. With a stick, he forbides the access curious who rush in the background on the doorstep. A young man gets ready to jump her but he hold back by the guard who is standing in the corner of the room. He is recognizable by his helmet and his spear. Guards secure an audience. Perhaps the young witch has been detrimental to young man. Two judges are sitting at left. They are identify with them clothes and them imposing posture. The first judge watches quietly the young girl. The second judge watches the back of the young girl with a eyeglass and he takes notes. The serious and the calm of judges contrast with characters of the left part where the feeling rage.
In the foreground a young woman is just about to faint. She is catched hold of by the man behind her. An other man lies unconscious or dead against this young woman. At straight there is a man who dressed all in black who dressed all in black wearing with a hat wide brim. His clothes and the austerity of his expression suggest that he is a reverend Puritan. The light focuses on the witch at the center of the painting which to put the witch in value.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 27-11-2010 20:21




Réponse: Correction-description d'un tableau de dsmith, postée le 28-11-2010 à 04:37:46 (S | E)
Hello,
The painter of this picture (painting) is T. H. Matteson. He was an American painter born in 1813 and died in 1884. The titlie of this picture is « Examination of a Witch » and it was painted in 1853. The picture is now in Salem at the Peabody Essex Museum.

The scene takes place in large room whre several characters are grouped by different age, social statuts and attitudes. The examination of a witch is not a court but rather in (need the article) private home or in the house of one of the characters because you can see taht there are a watchmaker, two wardrobes, a table, a coffee table, a stool and two chairs. We are witnessing a tragic event in which every characters (don't use plural) feel involved.
At the center of the painting is (need the article) half naked young girl. She draws other characters attention who either point the finger at her or turn on's gaze more or less hostile on her. Although she looks in our direction, she shows us her back. An old woman on her left points one's (her) finger at a specific location emphasizing the physical anomaly. The finger of the old woman is also at the center of the painting which emphasizes the importance of this location. At this location there is the Devil Mark's.
In the past it (was) believed that the witch had a special mark on their body that allowed them to identify as (need the article) witch. This mark which can be almost anything is usually small well hidden and insensitive to pain. The mark usually appears as a small mole or raised area on the skin. Any witch can recognize another witch due to this mark. Unfortunately for the witch, witch hunters also have learned how to recognize the mark. Therefore judges stripped the accused to find this Devil Mark's.
In the meantime an other old woman undresses completely the witch. Behind this women group (group of women), a man is in charge of maintain (use the gerund) the order. He is wearing a helmet. It is the sign who he belongs to (need the article) authorities. With a stick, he forbides the access curious who rush in the background on the doorstep. A young man gets ready to jump her but he hold back by the guard who is standing in the corner of the room. He is recognizable by his helmet and his spear. Guards secure an audience. Perhaps the young witch has been detrimental to (need the article) young man. Two judges are sitting at (need the article) left. They are identify with them clothes and them imposing posture. The first judge watches quietly the young girl. The second judge watches the back of the young girl with a eyeglass and he takes notes. The serious (this is an adjective which needs to be with a noun or changed to a noun) and the calm of (article?) judges contrast with characters of the left part where the feeling rage.

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Modifié par lucile83 le 28-11-2010 08:47




Réponse: Correction-description d'un tableau de dsmith, postée le 28-11-2010 à 04:41:22 (S | E)
In the foreground a young woman is just about to faint. She is catched hold of by the man behind her. An other man lies unconscious or dead against this young woman. At straight there is a man who (is) dressed all in black wearing with a hat wide brim (reverse - put adjectives before the noun here). His clothes and the austerity of his expression suggest that he is a reverend Puritan (reverse). The light focuses on the witch at the center of the painting which to put the witch in value. (I don't understand - to put the witch in value??)



Réponse: Correction-description d'un tableau de scarleet, postée le 28-11-2010 à 15:05:52 (S | E)
Merci pour ta réponse ça m'aide beaucoup !!




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