“Art is the voyage of free soul”
The origin of modern art and modernism can be drawn to the Industrial Revolution. This period initiated around the mid-18th century and persisted through the 19th century, intensely moving the social, economic, and cultural circumstances of life in Western Europe, North America, and finally the world. It got swift changes in manufacturing, transportation, and technology. This changed the way people lived, worked, and travelled, escalating their worldview and reach to new ideas as new modes of transportation were introduced like: railroad, the steam engine, and the subway. As urban centres flourished, workers gathered to cities for industrial occupations and urban populations tremendously grew. (1)
Artists were most often paid to make artwork by wealthy customers or establishments like the church former 19th century. Much of this art portrayed mythological or religious sections that told stories projected to teach the viewers. With the publication of psychologist Sigmund Freud’s The Interpretation of Dreams (1899) (2) many artists started to paint created in their own, personal understandings and about topics chosen by them. As the universalization of the idea of a subconscious mind flourished, many artists explord dreams, symbolism, and personal iconography as base for the representation of their independent skills during the 19th century. Some artists tested the communicative use of colour, non-traditional materials, and new procedures and channels inspired by the notion that art must convincingly portray the world. Photography was one amongst those new mediums.
The landscape painting remained widespread among early modern artists although it dates to ancient times, driven in part by their dissatisfaction with modern urban life, many artists pursued places approaching earthly paradises those were never explored before and they observed nature closely. They created essential artistic researches, which appeared more likely to cultural inspiration of the city. Bounded by nature and in rural societies, they broke the ethnicities of landscape painting by using un natural colours or painting in ways that highlighted their art.
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