American Realism - Twentieth-Century Drawings and by Alvin Martin
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5) but not without inflicting pain in the process. The excesses coco symbolized success and sophistication; to others, its and early twentieth cenand many bloody revolutions erupted as societies adjusted to accommodate change. Greed and ruthless competition produced wars, injustice, and economic instability. Factories have blighted the landscape and polluted air and tentation stood for the decadence of the aristocracy. turies, Neoclassicism and Romanticism If the eighteenth century marked the decline of monarchy, water.
Isle, North West Harbor. 1967. on paper, 13V2X 16 5/W' (sight) Wolf Kahn. 4) with a unifying and dramatic scheme of space, light, and movement. In his religious works Caravaggio attempted to create populist images that life for the common would bring biblical episodes to viewer, using a cast of characters with whom the public could easily and immediately identify. ically, seemly. of was intended for rejected it. work too mundane and un- the very audience his art The general public thought He Iron- his was, however, deeply admired by a small group knowledgeable collectors and artists.
This style moved abstraction. Elegant figural distortions, attenuations, In the endeavor from the early fifteenth name style, the and ex- aggerated gestures were combined with unnatural colors and implausible perspectives to produce a style of refinement and sensuality. Toward the end of the sixteenth century there was an artistic shift away from the sensuous and arcane excesses of Mannerism toward a more realistic and didactic art. This the mid-nineteenth century. Inherent in the Renaissance ideal was the notion that each past achievement must be excelled.