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Types of art

Types of art

What is types of art

Art has many branches and in each branch, different people work and carry the name of the artist after their name and always try to create works that are unique in their kind and in front of other works of art. Have an index. This competition also exists in other artistic disciplines. In this article, we take a look at the sub-disciplines of art, that is, the disciplines that make up the first to seventh arts, and which are referred to as the seven human arts.

1.    Music

When we hear soft music, we feel calm. This music can be a pleasant sound from nature or a man-made melody. In any case, the sense of beauty that can penetrate us in this way is indescribable.

Music can be considered as a language and expression for expressing emotions and their expressions. This pleasant art can evoke our instinct, which is imbued with instincts, and accompany it with a gentle melody.

2.    Dramatic gestures

Theatrical movements can be named as the second art of the seven arts. Performing arts can be performed both as a group and individually. In theatrical movements, by performing rhythmic and purposeful activities, an attempt is made to establish a close relationship between body and soul. This formation of connection with the creation of rhythmic performances and beautiful movements affects the soul, which is the source of beauty.

Theatrical movements include various dances such as ballet, folk, ritual and.. Opera is another theatrical movement that displays story illustration with live music. The circus is another branch of dramatic and beautiful theatrical movements that entered western Europe in the mid-17th century as a branch of theatrical movements.

3.    Drawing

This art conveys the desired concept to its audience by depicting a subject from different perspectives or mixing different subjects with each other. This art is also known and described as visual or visual art. The arts of painting, graphics, photography, calligraphy, drawing and… are all considered as drawing arts.

4.    Visual arts

Visual arts include various media such as painting, drawing, sculpture, architecture, photography, film making and printingMost of these works of art are created to impress us through visual experienceThat is, when we see them, our emotions are affected in some way.

Inside the visual arts there is another category called decorative arts or handicraftsArts that are mostly used as tools but are created artistically and you need art and talent to create them fall into this categoryIndustries such as ceramics, home furnishings, textiles, interior design, jewelry design, blacksmithing and carpentry fall into this category.

5.    Literary art

Literature is also one of the seven arts. Literature and literary arts can emerge as a symbol of different cultures in any society. Literature, like music, is a way of conveying emotions and communicating with others. This art, which is also known as cultural knowledge, is defined in various fields such as poetry, fiction, writing, travelogue and so on. Literary art manifests itself through feeling good, thinking well, and writing well.

6.    Performing arts

The sixth of the seven arts is devoted to the performing arts. The performing arts are very similar to the performing arts, which are in second place in the list of seven arts. But in general, their common denominator is the use of the elements of physics in the show.

The performing arts depend on factors such as the spectator, the text, the place and time of the show, etc., which together can become a story as well as playing an irreplaceable role for the audience. When live performing arts such as pantomime, opera, puppetry, and the like came to the fore, they revolutionized art and the art communication.

7.    Cinema


Cinema is the turning point and evolution of all the arts together. Cinema literally means “movement” and it means in the industry of combining moving images and animating the story. Cinema has tried to reach a point of gravity in the context of a general understanding by working on various aspects of human life from realism to surrealism. Cinema depicts new and different narratives and stories by categorizing different styles called 
genresThese stories go through history, art and philosophy and show different aspects of human life.

 

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Common features of different types of arts

Common features of works of art are:

·        Imagination is the most important factor in shaping a work of art

·        All works of art originate from the artist’s emotion and feeling, not from his logical and rational thinking.

·        Ambiguity and prism  are the third common denominator of all works of art.

This aspect of the characteristics of works of art, in fact, results from the two previous characteristics that we have enumerated. This means that any phenomenon whose main constituent element is imagination and emotion, can certainly not have a frozen and one-dimensional meaning.

 That is why everyone stands up for works of art; It has a special reception and inference. Works of art can simply express true beauty or emotion. The change that art puts on the human soul is a profound, lasting and lasting change.

As a result, whenever we want to make a lasting impact, we can use any of the arts to suit our needs. As this argument has been proven in psychology, the world is made up of a set of people, so if we want to influence a large number of people in the fastest way, we can use art tools, such as music and the performing arts,  through the sense of hearing and the sense of sight   are quickly perceived, they can together quickly and in the global dimension create a deep, profound, lasting and lasting impact on societies.

Conclusion


These arts are separate and different from each other and find meaning based on human imagination, feelings and thoughts. When an artist creates a work, he should expect this to be a different interpretation of his work. Thus, art has several dimensions that are perceived differently by the number of people in the world.

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