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Freedom in art

  • Arthur Gogatz
  • Reuben Mondejar

Abstract

Impressionism started in the early 1870s in France. It was the first major art movement to deviate from realism. One of the reasons why artists at that particular time were free to move away from realism was the invention of photography. A camera duplicated reality far better than any human hand could. The artist was now free, free to go beyond the traditional boundaries, free at last.

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© Arthur Gogatz and Reuben Mondejar 2005

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  • Arthur Gogatz
  • Reuben Mondejar

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