What are the characteristics of futurism art?
Futurism developed to glorify the urban life as well as machinery/industrialization. Futurism employs techniques of Divisionism (see Seurat's artwork!), Cubism features (specifically the analysis of energy), dynamism, urban subject matters, and depiction of movement. If you look at Umberto Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space and also his The City Rises painting, you will get a pretty good idea of Futurism!
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To add the some of the characteristics of Art Nouveau's actual art on canvas is: -An artist should work on everything from architecture to furniture design so that art woul…d become a part of everyday life. By making beauty and harmony a part of everyday life, artists make people's lives better. This approach has been represented in painting, architecture -typical flat, decorative patterns -nickname 'the noodle style' -flat, decorative patterns, intertwined organic forms of stems or flowers -curving lines characterize Art Nouveau, right-angled forms are also typical -Principal subjects are lavish birds and flowers, insects and polymorphic femme fatale -Abstract lines and shapes are used widely as a filling for recognizable subject matter. -beautiful objects of art, but not necessarily very functional. a very cute web page is very helpful; www.huntfor.com/arthistory/c19th/artnouveau.htm Hope it helps you :-
Medieval art, like every single aspect of life, changed and evolved during the very long medieval period. In a sense there is no such thing as "medieval art", since the art pr…oduced in the 11th century is totally unlike that of the 13th or the 15th centuries, any more than the art of the Old Masters resembles the art of today (although both are historically classed as "modern"). Taking just one particular period: in the 12th century in Anglo-Norman England, manuscript art was at first characterized by plain blocks of color for backgrounds, often with elaborate patterned borders; by distinctive black outlines of all elements, simple but effective drapery of clothing, very naive facial features, "posed" postures, symbolic hand gestures, the omission of unnecessary detail, flat coloring and stylized plants, trees and buildings. The range of colors used was limited to muted reds, yellows, blues and greens. In the most precious manuscripts backgrounds were entirely of gold leaf. Towards the end of the 12th century things had evolved: coloring began to show definite of hands, faces and other elements; drapery became much more elaborate; more detail was included and the range of colors increased. Gold was still used for backgrounds, particularly in religious scenes. Wall painting in the 12th century is an entirely different matter, with different techniques and method of application. To emphasize the developments that took place in art in the Middle Ages, the links below take you to English manuscript pictures from the 12th and 14th centuries:
Characteristics of ARTS:. - born out of a CONTEXT. - has a CONCEPT in thoughts and emotions. - require Technical Approach. - motivated by LOVE.
Well, I know some, but not all 6 of em'. Here: 1. Light 2.Texture 3. Color 4. Shape 5. Line
Futurism was an avant-garde movement which was launched in Italy, in 1909, although parallel movements arose in Russia, England and elsewhere. It was one of the first importan…t modern art movements not centred in Paris - one reason why it is not taken seriously in France. Futurism exalted the dynamism of the modern world, especially its science and technology . Futurist ideology influenced all types of art. It began in literature but spread to every medium, including painting, sculpture, industrial design, architecture, cinema and music. However, most of its major exponents were painters. It ceased to be an aesthetic force in 1915, shortly after the start of the First World War, but lingered in Italy until the 1930s. The Futurist painters were searching for new visual approaches to express the typical character of modern time, especially in the modern city. The movements and speed of trams, cars and the people in the cities was for them the challenge to visualize in a way that the spectator on his turn could experience this. They went even further than that. Futurist painters wanted to pull the spectator in the painting, you could say. They didn't accept the distance between the art and the spectator any more, and this was their vivid critic on Cubism. the Futurist wanted to push the spectator to move. Another important aspect of Futurism was the new sensing that everything in the world is connected and mixed. They wanted to destroy the boundaries between things which kept them too separated. Here a quote of Boccioni and other painters: "The sixteen people around you in a rolling omnibus are in turn and at the same time one, ten, four, three; they are motionless and they change places; they come and go, bound into the street, are suddenly swallowed up by the sunshine, then come back and sit before you., like persistent symbols of universal vibration. How often have we not seen upon the cheek of the person with whom we are talking the horse which we passes at the end of the street. from 'Manifesto of Futurist Painters', Boccioni, CarrÃ , Russolo, 1912; as quoted in "Futurism ", ed. By Didier Ottinger; Centre Pompidou / 5 Continents Editions, Milan, 2008, p. 146 More quotes you find with the links
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come was the most fearsome of the spirits; it appears as a figure entirely muffled in a black hooded robe, except for a single gaunt hand with wh…ich it points. Although the character never speaks in the stothe Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come the most fearsome of the spirits.
Yes offcourse, art teachers are more crucial in future and present as well. art mentors all time put across innovative aspects to students also they upgrade students knowledge… and ability towards challenging and creative work process. At every step of student, art teachers plays a very important role to boost up their energy and mind ability level to them also being passionate towards it will simply have greater value for arts,its true that many advanced technologies have come as internet, online, descriptive cds, dvds,video all tat cant give a complete touch on it, or for interactions. so i believe teachers are more important.
Michelangelo's sculptures all the people were beautiful. all heavily influenced by tendencies towards classicizing idealism
Humans shown worshiping gods was not a characteristic of Hindu art.
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All artwork can influence future artwork and sometimes influences other forms of self expression. For example, design, music and film are all considered art forms themselves b…ut are naturally informed by the world around it creator, including other artwork.
Futurism was a movement from Italy that started in the 1900s and lasted into the 1940s. It affected other areas. It had nothing to do with predicting the future. It tried to… break with classical forms in art, music, and architecture. It tried to produce art with no classical features such as the dada movement. Its best known artist was Picasso. In architecture its buildings have absolutely no classical features: no columns or adornments of any kinds. The buildings are cold looking. In music it used the 13 note octave instead of the traditional scale. No one sings its tunes. Futurism is past.
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yep. i'm pretty sure the world would implode without the balancing effect of martial arts. thus, no future.
Although predicting the future is always risky, it is fairly safeto say that the art of quilting has a very strong following, manydedicated artists and deep roots in culture. …It is not likely tofade away any time in the foreseeable future.
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The Future of Art was created on 2010-11-10.