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Naturalism: Making something appear real... the way it is RENDERED
Your wording is confussing to the 'naked' eye.
bueatifull = Naturalism.... which is not true. Something can look to be 'naturalistic' and still look ugly. How about photograph of of poo,lol.
Realistic = The event of murder in the depiction is a real world event (realism).
Most people get realism confussed with a naturalism. As the above two posters might have become, but it could have also been your wording also. I just get the concept because it has been pounded into my head and your piece exhibits it quite througly.
However, it would be better to word your piece in a way less 'hypicritical' to the 'general' audience.
You could also just make it simple and change it to the below:
Realism over Naturalism
- Your piece is perfectly depicts this concept.
Realistic event rendered in a not so naturalistic style. Makes perfect sense to me.
The ordinary viewer will view it and think:
Realism over naturalism?
- Nothing appears realistic everything is out of perspective and it looks like a cartoon.
Hence, thinking you are being hypicritical and have no clue what you are talking about.
Either way its hard to say it without the 'general' viewer' thinking your being hypicritical.