Chapter 21 Section 4 Objective 3
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Realism, a new artist movement begins in the mid-1800's. It attempts to represent the world as it was. The scenes are mainly focusing on the misfortune and harsh side of cities and towns
Charles Dickens was one of the famous realism writers, movie Oliver Twist reflects the grim reality on child labor issue. Victor Hugo later moved from romanticism to realism, he wrote how a good man turned into a criminal due to hunger. Drama also brought realism on stage, and attacks the wrong incidents that happened in life by Henrik Ibsen.
“I cannot paint an angel, because I’ve never seen one.” Realism ideas in arts reject romanticism ideas on imagination, it mainly illustrated the ordinary subjects like working class people in their lives.
By 1840, photography was emerged, artist faced a big challenge. Since camera can achieve realism, the painters started to paint the first impression they have about their subject, this is called Impressionism. The painters don’t hide their brushstrokes and use bold bright colors, they also contains intense emotions.
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