Beginning with the Gilded Age, how has art been a reflection of society? Describe and examine at least three examples you have encountered or examined in this course to support your conclusions.How art, in the context of the social justice movements of the 20th century, challenged and shaped American society. The role of diversity in the development of the arts and how it changed throughout the last century in the United States.Your opinion on the role of art today; how does it continue to remain relevant to our lives? How could it change or develop to become more relevant to our lives?
Beginning With The Gilded Age, How Has Art Been A Reflection Of Society?
Length: 5 pages (1000 Words)
In the emergence of the Gilded Age, the art developed was able to reflect the society in various ways. Firstly, the paintings developed from the American history related to the industrialization and concentration of the society with westward growth and inventions. The gilded age arts also revealed the new cultural transformations within the different social status, which influenced the American and society (Kleiner, 2015). For example, “Tree Landscape” painting, which was developed by Edward M. Bannister during the gilded age, was able to evoke the impressions related to the rural parts of Rhode Island.
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