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Tuesday, November 15, 2022 – closed
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Tuesday, November 15, 2022 – closed
Wednesday, November 16, 2022 at 7:30 PM
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Saturday, November 12, 2022 at 4:00 PM and 7:00 PM
Sunday November 13, 2022 at 4:00 PM
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Fine arts | it’s… What is fine art?

This article lacks links to sources of information.

The information must be verifiable, otherwise it may be questioned and deleted.
You can edit this article by adding links to authoritative sources.
This flag was set by on August 9, 2009 .

Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings in Europe.

Fine arts — a section of plastic arts, a type of artistic creativity, the purpose of which is to reproduce the surrounding world. The concept combines various types of painting, graphics and sculpture [1] [2] .

Contents

  • 1 Classification
  • 2 Features
  • 3 Tools
  • 4 Influence
  • 5 Notes
  • 6 See also
    • 6. 1 Personalities
  • 7 Literature
  • 8 Links

Classification

Fine arts are classified according to the objects of application of creative efforts, the artistic and technical means used and the historically established concepts of creativity

  • painting
  • graphics
  • photographic art
  • arts and crafts
  • Architecture as the design of buildings does not belong to the fine arts in the strict sense, but constantly interacts and is in stylistic correspondence with it. The fine arts, with a sufficient measure of conventionality, include actions of actionism and some other visual works of indefinite affiliation.

    Features

    Paintings by Auguste Renoir

    Fine art is characterized by works whose aesthetic value and imagery are perceived purely visually. Works of fine art can be non-objective and even intangible (screen saver, book typeface), but, regardless of materiality and objectivity, typical works of fine art have the features of an object (limited space, stability in time). The ability to generate objects is the most important property of fine art, associated with its origin, which determined its history and determined its development. Fine art either creates independent objects that do not have utilitarian value (sculpture, painting, graphics, photography), or aesthetically organizes utilitarian objects and information arrays (arts and crafts, design). Fine art actively influences the perception of the objective environment and virtual reality.

    Means

    Artistic means of fine arts in its various types are appeals to all aspects of visual perception (volume, plasticity, color, chiaroscuro, texture, etc.) — visual means — and expressive means associated with the nature of the imagery of the work (plot- associative complex). The totality of figurative means characteristic of a particular type or work and the specifics of their application is called pictorial language.

    Influence

    Fine art is extremely historical and specific [ source not specified 673 days ] for ethnocultural communities (religious ban on figurativeness [ source not specified 673 days and its characterization of Islam and its characterization ] the emergence of the landscape genre is due to urbanization [ source not specified 673 days ] , etc. ). At the same time, the aesthetic quality of works is completely independent of the time and conditions of their occurrence and is accessible to the perception of a person of other cultures, who is sufficiently developed aesthetically.

    Works of fine art, along with architecture and sculpture [ source not specified 673 days ] , are the only evidence of the spiritual culture of many disappeared civilizations that have survived to this day. According to modern archaeological data, fine arts appear at the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic (Aurignacian) and are associated with the appearance of modern humans. The sources of pictorial forms were «natural models» of hunting prey, colored handprints, «macaroni» (a plexus of parallel lines applied with fingers on the walls of caves) and some other products of the activity of an ancient person. Almost simultaneously, monumental painting on the walls of caves, primitive forms of graphics and sculpture appeared. The animalistic genre (the main body of the Stone Age works) and images of a person (the Paleolithic «Venuses», later — hunting scenes) are developing.

    Visual arts immediately master new branches of human activity. The improvement of material culture in the Mesolithic and Neolithic leads to the emergence of decorative and applied arts in various forms. The emergence of writing in historical times leads to the emergence of calligraphy. In the civilizations of the Ancient World, fine arts are already present in a significant variety of genres, acquire a pronounced ethno-cultural specificity, and are subjected to theoretical comprehension. Developed ideas about authorship are formed. The fine arts developed in close connection with architecture and writing, and were regulated by the canons of antiquity and the «great styles» of the Middle Ages and the New Age. These periods were marked by the spread of circulation graphics, the exponential development of painting and sculpture, the emergence and isolation of new genres.

    At the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. photography art appears, design is being formed, in a modern way; in traditional views, new non-pictorial directions are outlined. In the twentieth century, the visual arts are experiencing an unprecedented intensive exchange with dynamic art forms. His methods and technologies are exported to cinema art (animation). At the same time, actionism and related trends involve processes unfolded in time in the pictorial sphere.

    Throughout the twentieth century, new types and subtypes of fine arts continue to emerge, including those related to virtual reality.

    Fine (or visual) arts are one of the six categories at the International Delphic Games (IDS) [3] [4] , as well as one of the nominations at the Russian Youth Delphic Games.

    Notes

    1. Fine art // Around the World
    2. Fine Arts // TSB
    3. Delphic games of modern times. //delphic-games.com. Archived from the original on June 22, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2012.
    4. Marina Chernyavskaya. Visual Arts at the Delphic Games. //upload.wikimedia.org. Archived from the original on June 20, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2012.

    See also

    • Art styles, directions and groups
    • Art museums

    Personalities

    • Sculptors
    • Artists
    • Art Collectors

    Literature

    • Kagan MS Morphology of art. — L .: Art, 1972. — 440 p. — 20,000 copies.

    Links

    • Online Museum of Fine Arts.
    • Fine Arts in Open Encyclopedia Project
    • Article on fine arts in the encyclopedia «Round the World»
    • «Hieroglyph» — visual art meta-gallery.
    • Painting on postcards. Collection of postcards with reproductions of paintings by Russian and foreign artists
    • Dictionary of fine art terms. Artists of different countries and eras

    Art | it’s… What is fine art?

    This article lacks links to sources of information.

    The information must be verifiable, otherwise it may be questioned and deleted.
    You can edit this article by adding links to authoritative sources.
    This mark was set by on August 9, 2009 .

    Mona Lisa is one of the most famous paintings in Europe.

    Fine arts — a section of plastic arts, a type of artistic creativity, the purpose of which is to reproduce the surrounding world. The concept combines various types of painting, graphics and sculpture [1] [2] .

    Contents

    • 1 Classification
    • 2 Features
    • 3 Tools
    • 4 Influence
    • 5 Notes
    • 6 See also
      • 6.1 Persons
    • 7 Literature
    • 8 Links

    Classification

    Fine arts are classified according to the objects of application of creative efforts, the artistic and technical means used and the historically established concepts of creativity

    • sculpture
    • painting
    • graphics
    • photographic art
    • arts and crafts

    Architecture as the design of buildings does not yet belong to the fine arts in the strict sense, but constantly interacts and is in stylistic correspondence with it. The fine arts, with a sufficient measure of conventionality, include actions of actionism and some other visual works of indefinite affiliation.

    Features

    Paintings by Auguste Renoir

    Fine art is characterized by works whose aesthetic value and imagery are perceived purely visually. Works of fine art can be non-objective and even intangible (screen saver, book typeface), but, regardless of materiality and objectivity, typical works of fine art have the features of an object (limited space, stability in time). The ability to generate objects is the most important property of fine art, associated with its origin, which determined its history and determined its development. Fine art either creates independent objects that do not have utilitarian value (sculpture, painting, graphics, photography), or aesthetically organizes utilitarian objects and information arrays (arts and crafts, design). Fine art actively influences the perception of the objective environment and virtual reality.

    Means

    Artistic means of fine arts in its various types are appeals to all aspects of visual perception (volume, plasticity, color, chiaroscuro, texture, etc.) — visual means — and expressive means associated with the nature of the imagery of the work (plot- associative complex). The totality of figurative means characteristic of a particular type or work and the specifics of their application is called pictorial language.

    Influence

    Fine art is extremely historical and specific [ source not specified 673 days ] for ethnocultural communities (religious ban on figurativeness [ source not specified 673 days and its characterization of Islam and its characterization ] the emergence of the landscape genre is due to urbanization [ source not specified 673 days ] , etc.). At the same time, the aesthetic quality of works is completely independent of the time and conditions of their occurrence and is accessible to the perception of a person of other cultures, who is sufficiently developed aesthetically.

    Works of fine art, along with architecture and sculpture [ source not specified 673 days ] , are the only evidence of the spiritual culture of many disappeared civilizations that have survived to this day. According to modern archaeological data, fine arts appear at the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic (Aurignacian) and are associated with the appearance of modern humans. The sources of pictorial forms were «natural models» of hunting prey, colored handprints, «macaroni» (a plexus of parallel lines applied with fingers on the walls of caves) and some other products of the activity of an ancient person. Almost simultaneously, monumental painting on the walls of caves, primitive forms of graphics and sculpture appeared. The animalistic genre (the main body of the Stone Age works) and images of a person (the Paleolithic «Venuses», later — hunting scenes) are developing.

    Visual arts immediately master new branches of human activity. The improvement of material culture in the Mesolithic and Neolithic leads to the emergence of decorative and applied arts in various forms. The emergence of writing in historical times leads to the emergence of calligraphy. In the civilizations of the Ancient World, fine arts are already present in a significant variety of genres, acquire a pronounced ethno-cultural specificity, and are subjected to theoretical comprehension. Developed ideas about authorship are formed. The fine arts developed in close connection with architecture and writing, and were regulated by the canons of antiquity and the «great styles» of the Middle Ages and the New Age. These periods were marked by the spread of circulation graphics, the exponential development of painting and sculpture, the emergence and isolation of new genres.

    At the turn of the XIX-XX centuries. photography art appears, design is being formed, in a modern way; in traditional views, new non-pictorial directions are outlined. In the twentieth century, the visual arts are experiencing an unprecedented intensive exchange with dynamic art forms. His methods and technologies are exported to cinema art (animation). At the same time, actionism and related trends involve processes unfolded in time in the pictorial sphere.

    Throughout the twentieth century, new types and subtypes of fine arts continue to emerge, including those related to virtual reality.

    Fine (or visual) arts are one of the six categories at the International Delphic Games (IDS) [3] [4] , as well as one of the nominations at the Russian Youth Delphic Games.

    Notes

    1. Fine art // Around the World
    2. Fine Arts // TSB
    3. Delphic games of modern times. //delphic-games.com. Archived from the original on June 22, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2012.
    4. Marina Chernyavskaya. Visual Arts at the Delphic Games. //upload.wikimedia.org. Archived from the original on June 20, 2012. Retrieved June 12, 2012.

    See also

    • Art styles, directions and groups
    • Art museums

    Personalities

    • Sculptors
    • Artists
    • Art Collectors

    Literature

    • Kagan MS Morphology of art.

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