Thursday, March 29, 2018

Spanish Art  
From sculptors, playwrights, painters to architects, Spain has been considered a homeland of famous artists across the globe. Spanish art has been recognized as an important part of the culture as well as the history of the country.
Most masters of Spanish art have influenced the growth of European artistic movements. To name a few, they were Pablo Picasso, Antoni Gaudi, and Flamenco. Picasso was known as one of the best Spanish artists and the Father of Cubism. Gaudi was revolutionary when it comes to his style. While Flamenco has spanned the world with his influence. Aside from Spain, he was known in Japan. In fact, there are Flamenco academies in the country. Because of him, Nuevo Flamenco, commonly known as New Flamenco took place.
Not only that, Spanish directors also made an impact not only in Spain but also in other parts of the world. One of those was Segundo de Chomon. Due to his innovation in the stop-motionfilming method, he was reputed as a pioneer of cinema.
Art is expressing inner feelings or emotions. More particularly, these are difficult to express in words. Over the years, Spanish artists are incredible at it. They used their pieces of art to protest against events. For instance, Picasso. He painted Guernica to show his outrage during the bombing in the small town. Another is Francisco Goya. He produced Los desastres de la Guerra to fight against the violence in May 1808.
Overall, the Spanish art has a unique place in the history. Without it, modern art would never come to life at present. 

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