Revolution of Modern Art in The Timeline of Art History

"The excellence of every art is its intensity, capable of making all disagreeable evaporate." - John Keats

A true art is that which focuses on a chronology of world events. The new styles of art have come and gone, with the onset of the Industrial Revolution, meanwhile, reflects the gradual changes that have occurred in art in our society. 19 century painters considered art as a representation of images that reflects values, Christian sentiments, righteous conducts, virtuous behaviors and noble sacrifices. The history of modern art begins with Impressionism in Paris - a movement against the rigid painting done inside the academy. The use of clear and strong colors was paramount for the impressionist art movement. Different movements fauvism, expressionism, cubism, surrealism and many others paved the way for the artist and the modern artist belief in freedom of expression. They brush the thoughts and ideas into strokes of his art.

With the advance of the century this artistic freedom became fundamental to progressive modernism. The artists seek freedom not just only the rules of academic art, but from the demands of the public. And finally, have argued that art should be produced for the public good but for the sake of art. Art for art's liberation from the tyranny of old age, the rules and purpose, but is an exercise of freedom. "The art of art sake'-A phrase coined by Francis Schaeffer in his little treatise, Art and the Bible:" A work of art has value in itself. "He said:" Art is not merely analyze or value of its intellectual content. It is something to enjoy. "But what about the artworks that have no beauty? Without the gemstone of beauty in a modern work of art can be is the intention of becoming a pillar of the cartoon, without no intrinsic value. We all know that the famous poet Keats remark on art: "A thing of beauty is a joy forever: its charm increases, will never pass into nothingness."

In the 19th century, art was discussed by critics and historians largely in formal terms which effectively removed the question of meaning and purpose from consideration. But modern art was to be discussed in terms of a great thread that is the style - color, line, form, space, composition - conveniently ignoring or downplaying what states social, political, or progressive artist had hope that in his or her job. Over time it became known that modern art is practiced within a closed formalist sphere separated and not contaminated with the real world. Modern art should act as an effective instrument of social betterment, understandable by the common man. The art must have its own intrinsic value, no matter what. It is not just an articulation of the images, instead of the "true" art behind the image was considered important. We all know that "Beauty is truth, truth beauty, - that is all ye know on earth, and everything you need to know."

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