Art is any form of artistic expression that takes place most of the time in the absence of any physical communication medium. It can be a visual art such as painting, photography, printmaking, or sculpture; a sound art such as music; or a literature such as novels, comic strips, and short stories. Art is also a broad spectrum of human activities which involve an intention to display beauty, power, emotion, or other psychological qualities, and creative imagination. The term “art” can also refer to the representation of things on a physical level (such as paintings); and to the process of receiving and putting into use the knowledge learned from art education. Today, the art of art education has become increasingly important, as technological advances have made much of the human world into a large collection of data that can be used to make art.


Visual art can include all of the different types of art described above, as well as ones not specifically mentioned. Visual art includes all the kinds of art traditionally displayed in museums, galleries, and public displays: paintings, drawings, photographs, and sculptures. These types of art are normally categorized into two general fields: object and non-objective. Non-objective art can be thought of as representing the aesthetic and esthetic values of things seen through the human eye rather than being based on some deeper underlying truth.

On the other hand, object art refers to any visual arts that require an intentional manipulation of the senses to affect an affective response. This includes artworks like paintings, sculptures, and photographic works. The most famous masterpieces in the history of art are still considered to be the result of a single creative idea. This idea may be expressed, and its outcome changed, through the use of technical devices, by using certain color combinations, by decorating the work environment, and even by choosing certain materials.

A major category of visual arts falls between these two extremes and is known as impressionism. Impressionist artists were French artists who excelled at painting lively scenes with visible movement, which gave a very “crack” to the concept of still life. They succeeded because, in their eyes, it was important for a painting to tell a story. They succeeded in expressing their creative ideas in the form of pictures. These artists also used highly realistic painting techniques. Examples of their work include Mona Lisa, Pablo Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon, and Georges Braque’s Seascape.

Another important sub-category of art is the so-called classical art. Classical art is an offshoot of abstract art since the style, idea, and techniques utilized in the composition of paintings and other works done in the Classical period are still generally used nowadays. Among the most famous classical artists include Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Pablo Picasso,orate, Georges Braque, and Georges Braque-Masterson. Classical art also includes architecture, music, and motion graphics. Some famous composers of the Classical period are Jean Sibelius, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Emily Dickinson, and Hans Solo. Works by many of these artists have been highly prized throughout history.

The last sub-class of art is the hybrid or abstract art. This type of art is somewhat of a cross between the other sub-groups of art such as realistic art, impressionist art, and classic art. These works, however, attempt to combine elements from several art styles, which helps make them unique works of art. Examples of this sub-genre include Jim Morrison’s Doors cover art, Roy Lichtenstein’s artwork, and Andy Warhol’s images of dogs. Hybrid art is most commonly seen in contemporary art exhibitions. Examples of this sub-genre include works by Swiss artists Orphina, Giorgio Armani, and Takashi Murakami.

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