Friday, 4 October 2013

Fine art

              Fine arts, 17th century meant art forms developed primarily for aesthetics, distinguishing applied arts should also serve some practical function. Historically , the top five fine arts were painting, sculpture, architecture , music and poetry, the minor arts , including theater and dance. Today, the fine arts generally include other forms, including film , photography , conceptual art , and printmaking. However, in some educational or museums , fine arts , and often the term fine arts ( pl. ) and institutions are associated exclusively with visual art forms .
                    A definition of art is " a visual art considered to have been created primarily for aesthetic and intellectual reasons and tried for its beauty and significance , specifically , painting, sculpture, drawing, watercolor, graphics and architecture. " In this sense , there are conceptual differences between the fine arts and applied arts . As originally conceived and as it is understood by most of the modern era, the perception of the aesthetic qualities required usually a refined judgment designated as having good taste, which differentiated Fine arts folk art and entertainment. However, in the post- modern era , the value of good taste is disappearing , to the point of having a bad taste became synonymous with being avant-garde .
The term "art" is now rare in the history of art, but is common in the art trade and as a security departments and university degrees , although rarely used in teaching .
                  The word "end" is not so much denote the quality of the work in question , but the purity of the discipline. [Citation needed] This definition tends to exclude visual art forms that could be considered craft or applied art , such as textiles . Visual art has been described as a more inclusive and descriptive for the practice of contemporary art expression. Also, today there is an escalation in which great art is known to produce media.