Lesson: Different World Views of Art
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Art over the centuries received many different styles and ideas. First naturalism, then romanticism, then imperialism, then cubism, then surrealism and later the trend towards postmodern art. Now I would like to share my knowledge of different art schools.
Nature has departed from mimesis. The goal of art is to celebrate nature. A typical example of a role model is the Mona Lisa by Da Vinci. Mona Lisa still lives for generations for her face marking. Another example is Da Vinci's last supper. It had so much to do with art. What is the natural contribution to the world? It is an answer to the symbol of pure salvation. There is very little to be said about cultural nature but we can relate to it in nature. I also want to paint a picture of Michelangelo by David. What should the postmodern definition be? It can be mirrored as homosexual.
Another art style developed in the 18th century is entertainment. What is romanticism? The poet Wordsworth described the happy expression as a sudden sensation. Entertainment captures emotions on the canvas. The canvas was overshadowed by the rich colour of the canoe. Heart photos are very nice and decorative. When we think of the parenting community in life after a period of time, we encounter a catastrophe into the past. Goya's vision: Saturn eating his son can be a typical example. The evil face of Saturn betrays a beautiful beauty. Romantic painters are shown with nervousness. We have feelings and emotions to think about.
Another school of art developed in the early 19th century was creative. The current coaches are Van Gogh, Monet and Gauguin. Impressionism is a unique feature of art. Purification is characterized by the widespread use of bright colours. Signs were left on the screen like scars. The balance was shaped by a modern art form. Van Gogh was an artist who carved paintings in a style that marked the departure of his predecessors. When we look at Van Gogh as his night star, we get a passion for listening to music. So is Gauguin's painting: 'Where to Get Here and Where to Go', which offers illustrations in beautiful colours and colours.
Another school developed in the early 20th century was Cubism. Her executive was Picasso. With the advent of Cubism, art left its mimetic form and became a creation of an artist. Cubism tended to portray images in specific contexts. Picasso's La Demoiselles D 'Avignon presents prostitutes. Their distinctive features are their dressers, waist and asses made to conform to the ideal models. Another famous Picasso is Guernica. Guernica was a beautiful mixture of the horrific bombardment of the Basque bomb, the term clearly expressed. When we look at Guernica, we like the situation of frustration. Cubism suggests that images may be available.
Another school that was developed in the middle of the 20th century was Surrealism. My favourites on surrealist artists are Dali and Paul Delvaux. Dali's famous movie is 'remains a memory'. Then surrealism in Freudian psychoanalysis tries to compare images with a combination of facts and ideas. In the painting that is always remembered, we find fused clocks hanging on trees and covered by an embryo. The wood can be represented as an artificial door. The clock ticking indicates the time to fly and the text contains light. The toy can represent the artist Oedipal. Delvaux's most popular paint is the call of the night. During the 'Call of the Night', no rocky terrain is visible and curved. There is a patch on the open side and a lot of vegetation grows on its head. There is also the dresser that covers the outside of the house with a candle on top. Delvaux tries to introduce the ancient culture and contemporary holidays. Painting can also be interpreted as a wake-up call. So surrealism is trying to discover dreams and reality.
Next, I want to focus on postmodern art. Postmodern art is modern and seems to be a revolution against existing art forms. General expressions and postmodern things are common that are often expressed in different ways. For example, we can take Marcel Duchamp's invert, Uriel. Postmodern art is also known for creating pop art, where images, cartoons and trades were written as art forms. Another interesting example of postmodern images is the ghost of Rodin. The bag
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