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Week 7. A change in art aspects. There were many painters who were influenced by the group of seven. John limon was against it though. The social realism. Art institutions end up becoming major part. History had a very important part in design film and photography. The war years began with the first world war which was a global war. Most of it took place in Europe. Eastern and western front the great war. Itt was fought b/w the france Italy us who were fighting against central power. Canada was fighting as ally. Plains of Abraham those wars lasted for just a little time. In world war 1 the way of war changed it lasted for months. After 1918 after world war. At war everyone is productive innovated in producing guns etc. The Jazz age. Lead to great depression. Thw World War 2 happened. With the end of it immediately the war didn’t really stop it lead to the cold war. Its like a stillmate b/w to. Not a actual physical fight. Against the western. War against camionism. It didn’t until the ussr. When t became Russia. So Canada was involved in these global wars b/c of US. Out of war comes major themes for Canada like nationalism, in which people are fighting for the country. Nationalist ideas in war. Democracy and freedom in Canada. Political freedom. As we move into Canadas role in the war. There are two fronts that are being faught. Home front (in Canada) and the battlefront. The war artists depicted the battlefront. It was those who were attachted who were to document the war. They actually captured the experience of that war. Beaver brook. Many artist were not necessarily soldiers they had to become one. Varley was a war artist. He had a nationalism in him. Varley was very excited to service his country in the war. His view changed however when h e came to the war. World war 1 lasting so long there were soldiers kept for month and many lost their lives. All this
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