Limits Primitivism

By | August 29, 2011

In this rebellion against the dogmatic approach, some artists began to try to portray the academics realities that may exist in the world beyond the limits of three-dimensional world, the usual representation-mediated classical sculpture. Experimental studies in the arts, departing from realism and naturalism, consciously coming off from the classic academic principles in search of new forms of artistic expression, and appeared in an avant-garde art. In art criticism the emergence of primitivism as an artistic currents associated with On the one hand, rejection of modern urban life and popular culture far-fetched correlating it with the artistic processes of anti-globalization, on the other calling sophisticated elite art is represented by its a kind of anti-art. The basis of the same desire to lay the artist to find the purity of view of the world, unspoiled by civilization inherent in consciousness. In the twentieth and twenty-first century mark as a whole has lost its primitive evaluative tone and took on the meaning of the nomenclature. Characteristics of landscape-portrait primitivism determined from the ratio of the formal qualities of painting.

The traditional technique of the picturesque primitivism determined from the three fundamental rules of non-compliance perspective, as defined in the academic painting: a decrease in proportion to the size of objects at a distance, the weakening of the color at a distance, reducing the precision parts at a distance. As a result, formed three distinctive features of the picturesque primitivism: the first, awkward aspect of the perspective effect, disproportionate and incompatibility relations of objects in distance, the second, the strong use of pattern, unrefined color in all plans for the composition, without weakening in the background, and the third is equal to a distance accuracy in detail, including a background that does not ottushevan. Simplicity and subtleties do not fully form a recognizable style of primitive art.


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