Lufer - ЗА БЭСТОВЫЙ КРЕАТИВ! (lufer_lj) wrote in art_historians,


In the Fine arts exists four basic approaches to creation of a picture which, now, have completely finished the formation and further will either develop, or to degrade. It has allowed to create completely new Global theory which I have named the THEORY of FOUR LANGUAGES.

For the best understanding of that that occured and occurs where to attribute(relate) this or that style, a direction, the artist итп. It is desirable to have before eyes PICTURE

With gradient breakdown which will simplify understanding.
For example:

Lichtenstein - 360
Warhol - 45
Canaletto - 90
David - 135
Millet - 180
Cézanne - 225
Matisse - 270
Kandinsky - 315
So FOUR LANGUAGES of the FINE ARTS:(the Still-life, the Landscape, the Genre, the Portrait)

- Academism -
The language based on difficult system of canons, the best achievements of activity of many generations developed in the course of selection.
Characteristic features:
- presence of difficult system of restrictions and the internal formulated rules having an axiomatic force of the laws;
- aspiration to create the ideal, classical scheme, creative search;
- the directed concentration of the saved up traditional skills, on "the problem" decision;

Sergio Vidal(b.1962)

Naturaleza muerta I , 2000, on canvas, 63 х 85 см.

David Ligare (b.1945)

Broad Landscape with a River, 1999, oil on canvas, 80 x 116 inch.

Tibor Csernus (1927-2007)

Jozsef elbeszeli almat 1987 olaj , vaszon 76 x 103 cm

Michael Triegel ( b.1968)

Christine als Flora, 1998, mix-technique on hart fibre, 49 x 39,5 cm.

- Synthetism -
The language combining some of high-grade systems of rules and laws.
Characteristic features:
- presence of the "internal" (old) and "external" (new) signs shown in complete synthetic system.
- aspiration to use a spontaneous or external impulse for creation of more expressive or exact decision of "problem"

Anthony Ulinski (b.1954)

Blue Coffee Pot and Eight Oranges, 2007, Oil, wax and oil stick on canvas 30" x 40"

Alfred Joseph Casson (1898-1992)

Lumberman's Cabin, 1971, oil on canvas,

Аrcadiy Plastov (1893–1972)

Haymaking, 1945, oil on canvas

Amedeo Clemente Modigliani(1884–1920)

Portrait of a Girl. 1917-18. Oil on canvas. 46 x 29 cm. Private collection.

- Spontanism -
The language giving the greatest freedom of development to a spontaneous creative impulse.
Characteristic features:
- absence of intention to create new and open declaring of a complete separation with old tradition;
- aspiration to refusal, of any "external" and "internal" restrictions;
- primacy of spontaneous action over "problem" or its full absence;

Jay Myers (b.1968)

Still Life Volutous, 2003, Acrylic Paint On Wood Panel

Alexander Baturin (1914-2003)

Autumn, 1990, oil on canvas, 64x81cm

Pablo Picasso (1881-1973)

Les Demoiselles d'Avignon. 1907. Oil on canvas.

Francis Bacon (1909-1992)

Study the Portraiture, 1969, Oil on canvas.

- Photographism -
- The language using means, as independent intermediary between spontaneous and academic. Characteristic features:
- giving to the car of function of the participant of the creative process, capable to create, both spontaneous, and traditional schemes.
- aspiration to create "objective" and "absolutely identical", "hyperrealistic" reflexion.
- open use of the newest technical achievements for "the problem" decision

Pedro Campos (b.1966)

Silver Marble, 2005, oil on canvas 81 x 116 cm

Giorgio Maria Griffa (b.1944)

Purmamarca, 1992 , Acquarello, 57x70 cm

Eric Fischl (b.1948)

Krefeld Project: Bathroom Scene 2, 2003. Oil on Linen. 72 x 108 inches.

Jose Luis Corella García(b.1959)

YO, 1999, Oleo sobre tabla 124 x 66 cm

In a sculpture the basic names as can be distributed on the basic gradients:

David Smith - 360
Marcel Duchamp - 45
John De Andrea - 90
Antonio Canova - 135
Auguste Rodin - 180
Fernando Botero - 225
Henry Moore - 270
Isamu Noguchi - 315

Probably precise borders between these methods of painting to lead(carry out) it is impossible, and the picture can be written in several languages or the artist to work from a picture to a picture on miscellaneous, BUT such division will help though somehow to understand full chaos of names and definitions of directions and styles of the modern fine arts
P.S. From the arisen discussion necessity to explain that these LANGUAGES has appeared(! Not styles and not directions!) are located in the closed circle and Photographism it is closed with Academism, , I shall be repeated there are BOUNDARY pictures and artists speaking on TWO or more LANGUAGES (For example: - Аrcadiy Plastov there is on borders of Academism and Synthetism, and Modigliani on borders Synthetism and the Spontanism, BUT both speak in Synthetical LANGUAGE)
This division does not apply for any religious true, PLS it is not necessary to perceive in bayonets! - It is possible to meditate, and it is possible - SOMEHOW!

The theory of Four Languages of Architecture HERE

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