ART 100 8-26-15
ART 100 8-26-15 ART 100-02
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Date Created: 08/29/15
Art and Societv Artists in antiquity before 500 CE Workshops Patrons 39 Artistlaborer Emphasis on the teamworkshop rather than an individual creator EXCEPTION The Greeks Signed their works Begin to recognize individual artists as having unique talents Artists in the middle ages 5001400 CE Still group dynamic Add monks and nuns as artists Guilds EXCEPTION Chinese artists 39 Signed their work Recognized as scholarindividuals Artists in the renaissance 14001600 Artists trained intellectuals Apprenticeship 39 But art schools academies founded By the end of the renaissance artists inspired geniuses Artists in the 17th C 39 Switching from patrons to an open market to beginning of the modern art market 39 Artists start creating art for their own satisfaction 39 Art academics begin to take hold Artists in the 18th C Art academies not apprenticeship model anymore 39 Patronage still mostly from royals nobles or church Art painting sculpture poetry music and dance 3 types of art Fine arts Utilitarian arts Architecture arts ART 100 82615 Artists in the 19th C 39 Artists become increasingly independent 39 Commissioned works and artists own work about equal now Art becoming more democratic Artists in the 20th C 39 Artists become even more independent Role of the patron nearly entirely gone Still determining this story
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