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Why Art Changed So Drastically in the 20th Century Art in the 20th century changed drastically from that of the past Attitudes began to change about what art was The new attitude was that art it is what anyone elects to call art It seems to me that people began to use their imagination more They no longer felt the need to paint things realistically they began to paint emotionally Instead the subject being a biblical scene or a portrait people were using their emotions And colors no longer had to be realistic It became a time when the artist had the freedom to explore to do whatever they wished I think that a lot of this new attitude came from the events evolving during the time At the turn of the 20th century people around the world were going through a lot of change in their life The development of media items such as telephones radios and television sets allowed people to see the world in a new light New ideas and theories were taking place in the science field The quantum theory by Max Planck Albert Einsteins theory of relativity Sigmund Freud was looking deeper into how the mind works and the attitudes about science in general were changing World War 1 and World War 2 divided nations and destroyed empires This had a big affect on people because for the first time things that were taking place on one side of the world affected the lives of those living on the other side of the world People could listen and watch what was happening all around the world The Depression changed the hopes attitudes and lives of people Peoples lifestyles were changing The United States went through the transition of being an agricultural nation to that of an industrialized nation The United States really began to become divided because minorities particularly blacks began to stand up fight for their freedom
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