Cultural identity consider how they explore identity

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cultural identity. Consider how they explore identity through images, actions and/or materials. Finally, explain if you think this work is successful in exploring American identity, and include a statement on why you selected this work. Your analysis should be no less than two well developed paragraphs.
CONCEPTUALISM AND MINIMALISM 4 Source: Matthew Pratt | The American School | The Met. (2018). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum. Retrieved 18 February 2018, from This art is known as The American School by Matthew Pratt. Artist: Matthew Pratt (1734-1805) Date: 1965 Medium: Oil on canvas Measurement: 91.4 x127.6cm Category: Paintings This is an oil canvas painting illustrating a scene in the Benjamin West’s London Art Studio. West grew up and lived in London most of his lifetime. Most modern artists and
CONCEPTUALISM AND MINIMALISM 5 historians agree that West in the depicted figure on the left, standing and overlooking at the portrait. Pratt is the one at the edge, a distinguished painter. The alignment explores the traditions of the Americans in the late-eighteen century London. The oil canvas painting depicts the American culture that is built on strong history of art. Art in the U.S has been used to symbolize the happening such as the extreme changes that were experienced in the 20 th century. Through the different art movements that were experienced before and after the world wars, technological advance has a profound effect on art. The first Modern American art Movement was the Abstract Expressionism that was introduced by Carl Jung. American Modernism has become widely accepted in the U.S and outside the because of the significant contributions that have been made on it. Most of this work is highly appreciated and comprehended today.
CONCEPTUALISM AND MINIMALISM 6 References Matthew Pratt | The American School | The Met . (2018). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, i.e. The Met Museum . Retrieved 18 February 2018, from

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