Fate of Romantic Vision & Painting

Fate of Romantic Vision & Painting

According to Mark Stone the fate of romantic vision in painting is becoming impersonalised.The following are the reasons .Human beings are getting isolated from natural surroundings and situations.Tecnological advances have put boundaries between man and nature.Visual paintings depend on nature and real life.What we right now have around us are goods commodities and stocks with no natural connection.Post Modern Neo abstraction have become highly impersonalized.

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Fate of Romantic Vision & Painting

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