EARLY HISTORY – The earliest known drawings date from 30,000 to 10,000 B.C.. They were found on the walls of caves in France and Spain. Other examples of early drawing are designs that were scratched, carved, or painted on the surfaces of primitive tools.
What is the history behind drawing?
It is believed that drawing was used as a specialised form of communication before the invention of the written language, demonstrated by the production of cave and rock paintings around 30,000 years ago (Art of the Upper Paleolithic). These drawings, known as pictograms, depicted objects and abstract concepts.
What are types of drawing?
- Caricature drawing. Caricature drawings are images that depict their subjects in oversimplified or overdramatized manners.
- Cartoon drawing.
- Figure drawing.
- Gesture drawing.
- Line drawing.
- Perspective drawing.
What is evolution art?
Evolutionary art is a branch of generative art, in which the artist does not do the work of constructing the artwork, but rather lets a system do the construction.
What is evolution of modern art?
Modern Art evolved through a dozen styles from the abstract to the evocative. At one point, experimentation and distortion reached such heights, that to some, Modern Art appeared as little more than abstract non-decipherable figures, splotches of colour, and everyday objects housed in glass cases.
How does art evolved over time?
Over the past century and a half, however, both art and art history have evolved radically. Artists turned away from the classical tradition, embracing new media and aesthetic ideals, and art historians shifted their focus from the analysis of art’s formal beauty to interpretation of its cultural meaning.
What are the 3 major arts in the evolution of art?
Sculpture, painting and monumental architecture almost ceased. Then, from around 900 BCE, these arts (created mainly for aristocratic families who had achieved power during the Dark Ages) reappeared during the Geometric period, named after the decorative designs of its pottery.
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