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The purpose of the art concept
The main purpose of the art is expression of boundless ideas and concepts. This endeavor can model behaviors, shape beliefs and create shared experiences. In fact, it draws back to us, grows into us and becomes part of us. Through its various forms, such as literature, music, sculpture and paintings, art touches every aspect of our lives.
An element of definite joy, joy and awareness, art has the following functions:
o Religious - The oldest and still prevailing key purpose of art is as a means of religious ritual, attested by the prehistoric paintings in France to those in the Sistine Chapel in Italy.
o Capture events - It can also serve as a remembrance day for important events, such as major historical events, weddings and baptisms to name a few.
o Communication - It is a way of communicating with others as greetings.
o Publicity - Art is also a platform for propaganda or social commentary. Inspirations have been drawn from particular points of view or from public or private institutions' actions carried out by political parties, lobbyists, governments, corporations or religious groups. The purpose mainly comes to the relentless World War II and its aftermath. When it comes to social commentary, art helps us to create awareness of past or prevailing human relationships, according to an artist.
o Expression of human creative instinct - Through it we can capture all events, emotions or whatever, which we may or may not print in a photograph. Art is a way of exploring and appreciating formal as well as informal elements. It expands and expands the shared common visual language. When artists come up with new ideas, they are initially perceived as shocking and perhaps incomprehensible. Over time, however, the ideas are accepted.
o New - Art explores and reveals new ways and angles to familiar things. It helps to interpret situations, new and old, using different types of visual summaries.
o Visual Concept Capture - It can also be considered a way to record visual data. After the Renaissance (14th-17th century), French artists such as Courbet (1819-77) and Cezanne (1839-1906) exhibited more reality-based subjects, such as the use of linear perspective and realism, through oil painting.
o Parameter of Beauty - Art as a representative of beauty is a challenging concept in modern times. As society becomes more industrialized and democratic, the world has broadened its horizons of beauty. Dipped so much in subjectivity for the quotient, no particular parameter can be set in relation to art.
o Story - It is also a powerful way to tell. During the Middle Ages (the 17th century), the sequences were used by panels to tell stories from the scriptures or holy lives.