Hello everyone! I have a question from you all that what does art make good?? You can answer this on a personal level, but whether you realise it or not, there's a good chance that your answer will be similar to people who share your background. What we are dealing with, is a philosophy of artistic beauty, or what we call aesthetic. The aesthetics of art are the elements that define our reaction to it. These elements, and the way they are combined, are what make art beautiful.
Francoist Spain which was officially known as the Spanish State and in Spain as the Francoist Dictatorship, is the period of Spanish history between 1936 and 1975, when Francisco Franco ruled Spain with the title Caudillo. Art and Culture in Francoist Spain is like a historiographic term, with little use beyond the chronological placement of artists and cultural events. The term is used generically, without involving ideological or aesthetic evaluation of the entire art and culture in Francoist Spain (1939-1975), which would only be suitable for art and culture more identified with the Franco regime, where other expressions are sometimes used : 'Fascist art and culture in Spain', 'Falangist art and culture', and so on.
Artists active in Francoist Spain include the writers Jose Maria Peman and Luis Rosales, painter Carlos Saenz de Tejada, architect and sculpture of the Valle de los Caidos. Artists and writers related to Franco have suffered from a general underestimations by historians, art critics and literary critics. The study of aesthetics is tricky because there are different kinds of artworks and it is difficult to think about what they have in common or how they should be categorised or judged.
A seminal question in the field of aesthetics is "What is art?"—how ought art be defined? And this question alone has various answers depending on which theory is being applied. Aesthetic, also spelled esthetics, the philosophical study of beauty and taste. It is closely related to the philosophy of art, which is concerned with the nature of art and the concepts in terms of which individual works of art are interpreted and evaluated.
Aesthetic is the philosophical study of art. If you think about what is enjoyable, or valuable about artworks, and why art is important, then you are considering issues to do with aesthetics. Now, question arises that why art is valuable ?? Art is valuable because it affords an aesthetic experience. In its creation and reception, as a form of self expression, imaginative engagement, affective experience, source of individual and social reflection and contemplation. Art has always been central to human life.
"Art" includes sculpture, paintings, plays, films, novels, dance and music. And it isn't always clear what the category of art excludes —in large parts because artists are always pushing boundaries. The creative nature of art sees works or objects being considered as 'Art' that provoke shock, outrage, exclamations of "That's not art!".
Aesthetic Culture is the art of life, making art out of life. This life-art is not a work of art, but merely the relishing of life. It simply applies the principle of artistic enjoyment, a fraction of them to life. Aesthetic and Culture are a inter-disciplinary programme which focus on art and culture in modern society in a broad sense. Based on a broad concept of aesthetic, this programme focuses on analysing art and aesthetic, and the role they play in culture, in both a contemporary and a historically-reflective way.
Spanish Art has been an important contributor to Western art and Spain has produced many famous and influential artists. Spanish art was particularly influenced by France and Italy during the Baroque and Neoclassical periods.
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