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What is nature of art?

The nature of art is a expression of nature or emotions art cantake endless forms. It is a vast wealth of inspiration. Although countless artists painted or worked withnature

Is art is not nature?

Art is nature , because art is the most colorful thing in nature.

Is nature an art and art is a nature?

Yes to both questions. As a Christian, I firmly believe nature is God's art as are people. Art is also a nature. I'm a cultural artist. I play piano and take dance. Art is wha

Is nature in art or is art in nature?

art is anything you can make, and you could make anything both. Nature is captured onto the canvas by the artist. Nature is a form of art within itself. i believe they should

What is the relationship between art and nature?

art is connected with nature because many artist get there inspiration from nature. As you can tell many paintings and drawings are based on nature.

What is art naturalism?

Art Naturalism refers to the depiction of realistic objects  in a natural setting. The Realism movement of the 19th century  advocated naturalism in reaction to the stylized

What Is Art and its nature?

Art is the creative expression of a person to interpret how they  view the world or how they feel. There is not defined nature of  art. Art is expression and unique. There i

Is there relation between art and nature?

Sometimes. If the artist paints or draws a tree, it is related to nature, of course.   But most art has inner meaning. Like a lot of dead people and plenty of skin carpets

Why does nature is the best gift of art?

We say that nature is the best gift of art because nature is where  we get the idea to draw it and make arts.   Thanks whoever read this :)    Sometimes you can gi