In seventeenth to nineteenth centuries the concept of elite art public art

In seventeenth to nineteenth centuries the concept of

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In seventeenth to nineteenth centuries the concept of elite art & public art began to shattered because the art became necessity of every businessperson. Improvement of social structure is one of the most important elements for the revolutionary change of a community and for that every single person was required to serve the nation according to one’s values and profession. Conventional working as labors for titled class stunted the growth and improvement of society. Therefore, artists played a torch bearing role as self employed personals that allowed the raise of revenues generation and living standards. Art in the twentieth century In the twentieth century period of art history, the industrial revolution was flourishing followed by new inventions that became the necessity of people using the products, this changed the course of novel and
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traditional artistic activities by completely distracting the people by switching their jobs opportunities due to mass production. It was beginning of the masking of uniqueness in traditional orders and this variety and large productions hide it. ( The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (1936 )) In this particular era the momentum of art movements wasn’t able to be static. The demand and supply
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