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From Stick Figures In The Sand And The Earliest Animals Painted And

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  Total Pages: 16.35
  Total Words: 4088
  Total Characters: 22527
  Number of Sentences: 232


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  Words per Sentences: 17.62
  Characters per Words: 5.51


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  Flesch Reading Ease: 49.24
  Fog Scale Level: 14.21
  Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 10.77  

Art


     From stick figures in the sand and the earliest animals painted and
carved in stone, people worldwide have reacted to the world by making images.
The fundamental goal of art, especially in the past, was to convey meaning and
express important ideas, revealing what was significant to every society, by
arresting images.  In recognizing the subject matter of any painting, you have
to look at the artist's intentions, which are regularly connected to social
conditions, national or global issues and the demands of the public.  To avoid
the pitfalls of judging all art by our own personal experiences and subjective
views, we have to learn the background surrounding the artist when the work was
created- the social and historical conditions of the time and the philosophical
views which affected the way in which the artist viewed the world. (Russell,
1984)
     Art is as varied as the life from which it springs and each artist
portrays different aspects of the world they know.  Briefly, it may be said that
artists paint to discover truth and to create order.  The creators of art make
discoveries about the wonders and beauty of nature and the dignity and nobility
of man.  They give these concepts an order to help us understand life in a
greater depth.  In understanding the history and style of any period of art, we
have to comprehend the balance between social and political development of that
particular era.  Within each and every period, development of style is affected
by a response to particular philosophies, social and economic conditions,
political and spiritual influences.  World Issues have been reflected in art
throughout the ages, and this premise is supported by three particular periods
of time.  This is clearly evident when viewing ancient art, where symbolism was
an important part of society.  Also, through the eighteenth and nineteenth
centuries, where art was a critical form of expression and finally in the modern
age of art where ...

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