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In his book What Painting Is, James Elkins writes, "A painter knows what to do by the tug of the brush as it pulls through a mixture of oils, and by the look of colored slurries on the palette. <a href=" Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx">gw2 gold</a> " Modern paintings date from the 1860s to the 1970s, and early intellectual influences in modern art have survived in different forms over generations of experimentation with abstraction and, ultimately, "pure" art. Primitivism, a driving interest of Sigmund Freuds work, is one of those early influences. In his own office, African wall art with abstract and primitive elements dominated the room. The father of modern psychology followed Darwins lead in search of underlying principles of behavior that could scientifically explain the life of the mind. Together with the work of anthropologists like Claud Levi-Strauss, Freudian psychology established the primitive as an authentic subject for fundamental science. This fundamental science would one day give rise to evolutionary theories of cognition so detailed they explain the minutiae of biases to which scientists themselves are prone, just as Freud relied on self-analysis (in the mix-up of the names of two Renaissance painters) to develop the concept now known as a "Freudian slip." var CasaleArgs = new Object();CasaleArgs.version = 2;CasaleArgs.adUnits = "6,4";CasaleArgs.casaleID = 129019; To develop a theory of human behavior, Freud analyzed ancient myths and tribal archetypes in search of abstract, governing forms of imaginative experience. Freud also argued, in Civilization and its Discontents, that a life unlike that of our primordial ancestors is in some ways biologically unnatural, and that modernity is mostly defined by a psychological struggle against deeply rooted human instincts. Expressionist painters and other modernists of the early 20th century shared both this interest in tribal or primitive art and interest in remote peoples with comparatively primitive access to technology as interlocutors of the modern subject. In the case of Paul Gauguin, a friend of Van Goghs, an opportunity to live and work in Martinique led to fascinating experiments in style influenced by Cezanne, Japanese prints and the lives of people he met in the tropics. Primitivism appealed on many levels to Gauguin. It provided a means to resist bourgeois material culture, revise the meanings of its symbols, and transcend the art worlds repressed access to decadence. Mystical syncretism helped create a non-exclusionary visual language for expressionists in an era that produced modern paintings as Gauguins "Where do we come from?"What are we? Where are we going? At once tribal and universalist in its stylized treatment of archetypal subjects for the imagination, the art Freud favored anticipated much modern wall art in the use of hedonist themes and surrealist forms. Picasso drew inspiration from primitivism in his choice of subjects for cubist art as well. But modern painters would gradually leave behind the figurative and develop systems of self-reflecting organization that allow a paintings use of interior space to be its own subject, instead of depicting an external subject. Here, the fundamental sciences of matter are sometimes invoked to draw attention to the process of visual perception and the nature of the visually real. <a href=" Wars 2.gw2.Gold.Info.aspx">guild wars 2 gold</a> Modern paintings sometimes have a jewel-like faceted effect realizing what Matisse referred to as a "symphonic structure" that transcends the image. In his own work, Matisse used simple lines and reductionist depictions of objects, sometimes flattened into a single plane, to exploit the interior dynamics of a canvas. The hedonist and essentialist elements of primitivism survived in visually stunning departures from realism as Marcel Duchamps Nude Descending a Staircase. The imaginative syncretism that gives primitive art its magical connotations found expression in surrealist paintings as Harlequins Carnival and the work of Salvador Dali, as well. But ultimately, "pure" art would leave behind discernible subjects of this nature, in favor of work as Piet Mondians Composition with Red, Yellow, Blue and Black, a geometric symphony of primary colors. Modern wall art often shares this minimalist use of color, line, volume and shape to create beauty that is not a representation of anything outside itself. Alex Fabelli is the owner of Fabelli Group, a wall art manufacturer and supplier. 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