19 Artists That Experts Think Are Brilliant (Explained)

It turns out that extraordinary individuals aren't reserved solely for television and movie screens. No, some people are so good at their craft that it makes you wonder if they were actually mutants. Or just aliens disguised as mutants.

For example ...

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In the 19th century, (almost) all poems were created following very strict rules. Based on the Psalms, Walt Whitman realized even if the words didn't

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Francisco Goya dared to paint the truth back in the 19th century. While a talented traditionalist painter, Goya also subverted tradition of the era by

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PHIL SPELTOR In the 1960s, he produced some of the era's greatest albums by developing a recording formula known as the Wall lofsound Essentially, i

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19 Artists That Experts Think Are Brilliant (Explained)

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Ronald Arbuthnott Knox guided the mystery genre through its Golden Age. His 10 Rules, including things like introducing the criminal early and present

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WHY IS WINSTON CHURCHILL REMEMBERED AS Mission Briefing HV-1: Mision code ouiet War THE GREATEST ORATOR OF THE PAST CENTURY? Delta-324 Bri Dep We shal

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Georgia O'Keeffe's style is iconic because she didn't conform to a specific artistic movement, instead she chose to experiment and combine realism and

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Louis Satchmo Armstrong was a pioneer in jazz music. He popularized both scat and and solo improvisation, using his trumpet and voice as unique inst

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Jorge Luis Borges is known as the best writer of the 20th century ... ECPULS L why? But Because he changed the way M philosophy, forever. ... we do He

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Sure, Ella, Miles and John Coltrane were all master improvisers. BUT J.S. BACH COULD IMPROVISE THREE MELODIES PLAYING TOGETHER AT THE SAME TIME. CRAGh

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D.W. GRIFFITH WHILE THE STORIES HE TOLD WERE CRAP, THE WAY HE TOLD THEM SHAPED TODAY'S CINEMA. HIS INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES SUCH AS CROSSCUTTING, FLASHBA

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CRACKEDcO Ludwig van Beethoven He's the first composer to make a living by selling music and explicitly writing them to express himself. He broke the

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A KID CAN PAINT THAT, RIGHT? Only if that kid is also familiar with the effects of colors on the human psyche. SYMBOLISM AND EMOTIONAL IMPACT OF COLOR

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Georges Seurat He invented a technique called Pointillism, which uses small individual dots (rather than brush strokes) to form an image that relies o

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Euest rlHeunmqwy Ernest Hemingway was known for developing the Iceberg Theory, a story- telling technique in which the writer comes up with a detailed

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Why is everyone so obsessed with Shakespeare? What makes him so much better than everyone else? Now is the winter of our discontent Made glorious summ

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Freddie Mercury's voice was literally CRAGN SUPERHUMAN. Its frequency. was higher than those of opera singers. He even used parts of his larynx to sin

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What's the deal with Vincent Van Gogh? He was the pioneer of a painting technique known as Impasto, in which the painter lays out thick paint upon the

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GRAGKEDCO ames Jcyee's epic masterpiece Ulysses is not only the greatest example of stream-of- consciousness writing, I was a Flower of the mountain y

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