History Of Analytic Cubism

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INTRODUCTION During the late 19th century and the early 20th century visual art and design experienced a series of creative revolutions. These movements influenced the social, political, cultural and economic processes of the times. ARTS AND CRAFTS MOVEMENT One of these movements was the Arts and Crafts movement. The Arts and Crafts movement was disappointed in the Industrial Revolution for focusing on mass-production instead of producing good quality goods and the movement was inspired by the desire to make beautiful designs and by the hatred of modern civilization that was influenced by mass-production of the Industrial Revolution. William Morris was a leading figure of the Arts and Crafts movement and he considered mass-production a necessary…show more content…
The main aim of Cubism was showing an object from multiple points of view simultaneously. It was a new way of viewing the world in which natural forms are replaced by geometric forms. The movement represented subject matter that is broken-up. In other words the designs of the movement were abstract. Analytic Cubism started modern arts most radical breakthrough. It abandoned perspective, which most artists and designers used to order space during the Renaissance. The movement also turned away from the realistic modeling of figures and moved towards a system of representing bodies in space that employed small, tilted planes and set in a shallow space. In other words Analytic Cubism is forms that are analyzed and fragmented. Cubism explored the use of grids, abstract system signs and shallow space. Pablo Piccasso was one of the most famous artists in history. He was the single most influential person in Modern Art. Piccasso is best known for Cubism, his styles varied widely through the decades. He worked across a wide of themes, especially birth, death and love. He spoke against war and social inequities and that made him a strong political…show more content…
Examples of designs: POP ART MOVEMENT The term Pop Art means Popular Culture Art which the term was first applied to popular culture rather than to the art. The art borrowed term from the popular culture. It would be one of the goals or achievements of the movement to blur the boundaries between high art and low popular culture. In contrast with the hot expressivism of the gestural that preceded it, Pop Art was generally ambivalent. Pop Art searches for traces of trauma in the soul and mediated the world of advertising, cartoons and popular imagery at large. Pop artists were focused on imagery, particularly that of popular icons such as President Kennedy and Marilyn Manrroe to name a few. Pop Art designed for a mass audience, but also wanted low costs and their designs were aimed at the youth. The movement used witty, sexy, glamorous tactics to entice audiences. Richard Hamilton is one of the movement’s most important figures. He is best known as a founding member of the British Independent Group, which launched the mid-century Pop Art movement. Examples of

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