Modernism In The Late 19th Century

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Modernist movement is a change in art and architecture during late 19’s and early 20’s. Modernism, in general, includes the activities and creations of those who felt the traditional forms of art, architecture, literature, and activities of daily life were becoming outdated in the new economic, social, and political environment of an emerging fully industrialised The first characteristic associated with modernism is nihilism, the rejection of all religious and moral principles as the only means of obtaining social progress. In other words, the modernists rejected the morals of the society in which they were living in. The reason that they did so was because there was a great majority of them who didn’t believe in the existance of god,…show more content…
modernism is defined by its stiff break with traditional approach of poetry and verse. modernists examined literary form and expressions , making it new and giving it a new form and making it interesting which would also gain people’s attention . literary movement was motivated by a mindful ambition to repeal traditional approach of expressing new sensibilities of that time. 19th century was literary of all because there were several cannes in different forms of literature like poems novels theatre…show more content…
the term is usually correlated with art in which the heritage of the past have been launched aside in the will of experimentation. modern artist analysed different ways of seeing and with fresh concept about the quality of materials and objective of art. Modern art includes various painters without whom development of modern art was incomplete e.g. vincent van gogh, paul gauguin ect. modern art included muti-colored , artistic, landscapes and figure paintings . it imitated matisse’s initial obsession with primitive art ,the sharp warm colour , rhythmical succession of the dancing nudes expressed the feelings of warn salvation
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