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Methods of Art Production and Presentation

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This is the attempt to portray the subject as it is.

Realist tries to be as objective as possible.

The main goal of the realist is to describe as accurately and honestly as possible what is observed through senses.
Realism in Literature
Realism has for its goal the faithful rendering of objective reality of human life.

Realism tended to give emphasis on the daily life of a common man
Realism
Abstraction
Is used when the artist becomes so interested in one phase of a scene or a situation that he does not show the subject at all as an objective reality, but only his idea, or his feeling about it.
Symbolism
The term "symbolism" is derived from the word "
symbol
" which derives from the Latin
symbolum
, a symbol of faith, and
symbolus
, a sign of recognition.

Symbolism was largely a reaction against naturalism and realism, anti-idealistic styles which were attempts to represent reality in its gritty particularity, and to elevate the humble and the ordinary over the ideal.
Symbolism
Symbolism was a reaction in favor of spirituality, the imagination, and dreams.
Methods of Art Production and Presentation
Realism in Painting
Distortion
Elongation
Mangling
Cubism
Abstract Expression
Abstract subjects can be presented through the ffg:
Distortion
The regular shape is twisted
Elongation
It refers to the lengthening of a subject
Mangling
Not a common way of presenting an abstract subject.
Objects are cut, lacerated, mutilated or hacked with repeated blows.
Cubism
Cubists want to show forms in their basic geometrical shape.
Abstract Expressionism
Strong color, heavy impasto, uneven brush strokes and rough textures.
Spoliarium
Fauvism
Most of the artist tried to paint pictures of comfort, joy and pleasure.

The artist used extremely bright colors.
Dadaism
The name "dada," a French word meaning "hobby horse."

The dadaist reacted to what they believed were outworn traditions in art and the evils they saw in society.
Dadaism
Futurism
Futurism developed in Italy about the same time cubism appeared in France.

Futurist painters wanted their works to capture the speed and force of modern industrial society.
Futurism
Surrealism
Surrealism is an invented word meaning "super realism"

Attempts to show what is inside a man's mind as well as the appearance of his outside world.
Expressionism

Realism in Poetry and Drama
Poetry and drama were also influenced by realism, but it was in the novel that realism achieved greatness.
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