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How Renaissance Art Was Dramatic

How Renaissance Art Was Dramatic

Renaissance artists were preoccupied with ancient times. Greek mythology was a common subject for works of art. Facial expressions, light, everyday life, stories, and nature were also important.

Dramatic Aspects of Neo-classicism

Dramatic Aspects of Neo-classicism

Neo-classical artists were inspired by the history and literature of ancient Greece and Rome. The artists of this era used costumes, color, and facial attributes to convey drama.

Forms of Dramatic Modern Art

Forms of Dramatic Modern Art

Modern artists were affected by inventions and industrial changes taking place during their lifetimes. Their forms of art, including conceptual art, photography, collages, and movies, reflected these changes.

Periods of Dramatic Art

Periods of Dramatic Art

The art works in certain periods of history reflect more dramatic elements than others. Three particularly dramatic eras include the Renaissance, the Neo-classical period, and the Modern era.