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Painting Part 2

Painting Part 2

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Paintings in Humanities
Paintings in Humanities

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Published by: paupastrana on Mar 17, 2009
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James McNeillWhistler 
Realism sets as a goal not imitatingpast artistic achievements but thetruthful and accurate depiction of themodels that nature and contemporarylife offer to the artist .
The artificiality of both the Classicismand Romanticism inthe academic art wasunanimously rejected
New idea was thatordinary people andeveryday activitiesare worthy subjectsfor art.
Arthur Hughes
home fromthe sea
The earliestinstances of Realismbegan to appear inthe 18th century.
These Paintings canbe seen as areaction to theexcesses of Romanticism andNeoclassicism
the great Realist era was the middle of the 19thcentury, as artists became disillusioned with theartifice of the Salons and the influence of theAcademiesEdgar Degas – the bellelli family

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