Welcome to the Art Research Guide. This guide will help you to identify resources (books, databases, websites, and more) that will help you research topics in this subject.
What makes an artist tick?
Are artists and mathematicians two completely different kinds of people? Brain research suggests that artists may create their works by using the right side of their brains, whereas mathematicians may reason and calculate by using the left side of their brains. However, it is not necessarily true that art and math cannot coexist. Perhaps the most famous example of someone who excelled in art as well as math and science is Leonardo da Vinci. Indeed, many artists today use mathematical formulas and calculations in their work.
The image at left is The Red Dog, by Paul Gaugin.
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