"The excellency of every art is its intensity, capable of making all disagreeable evaporate."- John Keats
A true art is one which is centered on a timeline of events of the world. New art styles have appeared and vanished, with the beginning of the industrial revolution and have meanwhile reflected the gradual changes that have taken place in art in our society. The 19th century painters considered art to be a representation of images that reflects moral values, Christian sentiments, righteous conducts, virtuous behaviors and noble sacrifices.
The history of modern art starts with impressionism in Paris - a movement against the rigid painting done inside academy. The usage of light and strong colors was paramount for the impressionist art movement. Different movements fauvism, expressionism, cubism, surrealism and many other paved the pathway of the artist and the modern artist belief in the freedom of expression. They brush their thoughts and ideas into strokes of their art.
With the passage of centuries, this artistic freedom has become the basis of progressive modernism. Artists seek freedom not only from the rules of academic art, but on the requirements of the public. Finally, they argued that art should be made not for the public, but for the sake of art. Art for art's sake is to break the age-old tyranny, rules and objectives, it is an exercise of freedom.
"Art for art sake'-a phrase coined by Francis Schaeffer in his little treatise, Art and the Bible," a work of art has value in itself. "He said," Art is not something that we just analyze or value for its content. This is something to be enjoyed. " But what about the works of art that are without beauty? Without gemstone beauty of art all that modern can, it will be a pillar of caricature, without any innate value. We all know the famous poet Keats remark on art: "A thing of beauty is a joy forever: Its beauty increases, which will never pass into nothingness."