What is Galiotis? Places of its catch and cultivation. Properties of abalone and mother-of-pearl shells. Use for making jewelry.
French chandeliers - an elegant interior decoration
What are French chandeliers? Their history and characteristics. Materials used to make chandeliers.
How a gift characterizes men
The article tells about what men usually give to their lovers on holiday (March 8), and how a gift characterizes a man’s attitude to a woman.
Roman glass jewelry in interior design
What is Roman glass? Its history, features, characteristic features. How to make roman glass jewelry?
Development of ecotourism in the world
Recently, environmental protection is of interest not only to ecologists, but also to ordinary inhabitants of the planet. Many people began to think about the benefits that they can bring to the preservation of the ecosystem. The development of tourism has created a new industry called ecotourism.
Luchism is a pictorial method proposed around 1912 by M. F. Larionov and implemented in the artistic practice of Larionov and N. S. Goncharova in the works of 1912-1914.
Union of Russian artists (1903—1923)
It was founded in 1903 on the initiative of Konstantin Yuon, Abram Arkhipov, Igor Grabar, and Arkady Rylov. Moscow artists of the peredvizhnichesky direction, students of the Moscow school of painting, sculpture and architecture and the art Association of St. Petersburg "Mir iskusstva"played a role in the emergence of the Union.
Social realism as realist arts
Social Realism is an artistic movement, expressed in the visual and other realist arts, which depicts working class activities as heroic. Many artists who subscribed to Social Realism were painters with socialist (but not necessarily Marxist) political views. The movement therefore has some commonalities with the Socialist Realism used in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc, but the two are not identical - Social Realism is not an official art, and allows space for subjectivity. In certain contexts, Socialist Realism has been described as a specific branch of Social Realism. Social Realism has been summarized as follows: Social Realism developed as a reaction against idealism and the exaggerated ego encouraged by Romanticism. Consequences of the Industrial Revolution became apparent; urban centers grew, slums proliferated on a new scale contrasting with the display of wealth of the upper classes. With a new sense of social consciousness, the Social Realists pledged to “fight the beautiful art”, any style which appealed to the eye or emotions. They focused on the ugly realities of contemporary life and sympathized with working-class people, particularly the poor. They recorded what they saw (“as it existed”) in a dispassionate manner. The public was outraged by Social Realism, in part, because they didn't know how to look at it or what to do with it (George Shi, University of Fine Arts, Valencia). Social realists focused on the ugly realities of contemporary life and sympathized with the working-class people, in particularly the poor. They recorded what they saw (as it existed) with an unenthused outlook. The public was outraged by Social Realism because they didn't know how to look at it and how to comprehend its realism to life at that time. The American painters Ben Shahn, Leon Bibel, the Australian painter Noel Counihan and the Mexican painters Jos? Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera are all examples of Social Realists. The Australian playwright and novelist Dorothy Hewett is an example of a Social Realist author.