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Unformatted text preview: Realism, for example, was focused on the everyday and ordinary, while Neoclassicism and Romanticism were the opposite. Pointillism, another interesting style, used dots and dashes to blend into the viewer’s eye. This is another example of trying to be something different and exciting. At the beginning of the 20 th century, newness and change became artistic ideals, which I think was to advance art and create even more dimensions. Cubism and futurism were created, providing another dimension of art. I believe that due to all of the artistic developments of the past, our society has been able to create things we never would have Ryan Fessler ART 120 imagined, like designs of buildings, houses, automobiles, roller coasters, and even clothes. All of these things are forms of artwork. The designs from modernism are still in effect today and have lead to even more developments....
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2010 for the course ART 120 taught by Professor Zeiss during the Fall '07 term at Michigan Flint.
- Fall '07