History and Effects of Revolutionary Arts: A Study


  • Arvind


modern arts, culture, revolutionary arts, sculptures.


The history of art is often told as a chronology of masterpieces created during each civilization. This narrative might be seen as one of the world's greatest cultural achievements, represented by the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World. However, vernacular artistic forms, often known as folk arts or craft, may be included into art historical narratives. If an art historian delves into these later types of popular culture, they are less likely to see their work as investigating visual or material culture or as making contributions to subjects connected to art history, such as anthropology or archaeology. In the second scenario, the artworks may be classified as archaeological artefacts. Architecture, sculpture, painting, cinema, photography, and graphic arts are only few of the visual art forms that may be categorised alone or in conjunction with one another. Video art, computer art, performance art, animation, television, and videogames have all emerged in the wake of recent technical developments.


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Arvind. (2021). History and Effects of Revolutionary Arts: A Study. Eduzone: International Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal, 10(1), 41–45. Retrieved from https://eduzonejournal.com/index.php/eiprmj/article/view/216