What is modern art in drawing? Modern art and art schools

 What is modern art in drawing? Modern art and art schools

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Modern art refers to art produced from the late 19th century and early 20th century, around 1890, to the mid-20th century, around 1970. It is not limited to being a chronological era in the art history only, but rather it is a movement philosophy that includes a group of schools of painting, such as Impressionism, Impressionism, Cubism, Dadaism and... The surrealism, pop and post-impressionism, all under one agenda: rejecting traditional artistic norms and exploring new means of expression.

At the end of the 19th century, artists tried to use new principles and a different philosophy, for example rejecting the values of realistic representation of subjects and replacing them with experimentation with shapes, colors and lines that constitute the function and the abstraction. The most significant point that contributed to the spread of modern art and its control over art was the publication of the psychologist Sigmund. Freud wrote An Interpretation of Dreams in 1899 and addressed the idea of the subconscious mind, which preoccupied the minds of artists. and was the reason for the emergence of many artistic philosophies and approaches. Many artists tended to try to explore dreams, symbolism and personal icons, and this expression resulted in new artistic schools such as expressionism, cubism and surrealism.

Modern art in drawing:

Modern art cannot be reduced to one main characteristic, but if we want to give a description, it is a period of liberation for artists, whether it is expression, materials, techniques or diversity. This resulted in an artistic intellectual liberation that artists used to produce new art schools and movements under the main title of art for art's sake.

 Depending on the era, artists wanted to evolve towards a new expression other than realistic photography and free themselves from the drawing that was prevalent at the time, such as drawing churches, drawing people, etc., while artists wanted to express the individuality and express their thoughts, feelings and personal opinions instead of drawings that tell myths and religious symbols. And others...and also in an attempt to liberate some of the churches that controlled the artists, his extremism came as a way to liberate the artists in various ways.

Modern art is considered one of the most diverse types of art, as it began with great artists such as Paul Cézanne, Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin and Georges Swart, and many art movements such as Pop Art, Dada and many others. ...where it continued for almost a century and witnessed new artistic types such as the art of collage, animation and others, and the use of new materials such as glue on paints and combining coloring and staining with other materials such as newspapers. , paper, knives and others, and the use of color expression and its meanings and its impact on the psychology of the viewer.

The end of modern art:

The year 1968 was marked by social and political events that affected the artistic world, a period known for its anti-authoritarianism, such as the assassination of President Kennedy, the assassination of Martin Luther King, the Tet Offensive and the European Revolution, which resulted in demonstrations in all European capitals. Art had to participate in this great transformation of the world. The slogan "art for art's sake" carried by artists and modern art was not in harmony with events and became out of fashion, so they turned to a different slogan: style for style's sake and contemporary art, that is to say the art of the current era.

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