By Keli Sipperley
Pop paintings used to be the artwork of pop culture. It used to be the visible artwork circulate that characterised a feeling of optimism in the course of the publish struggle shopper increase of the 1950's and 1960's. Pop paintings was once brash, younger and enjoyable and antagonistic to the creative institution. This identify will enable scholars to investigate a number of debts of an identical occasion or subject, noting vital similarities and adjustments within the viewpoint they characterize.
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1925–1990) rocks a Nehru suit! Fashion Meets Art Modern abstract art came alive in the sixties. There were paintings made of geometric shapes and bold colors, and designers took note. Yves Saint Laurent looked at a painting by an artist named Mondrian. It was bold with a black grid against white. Some of the blocks were colored red, blue, and yellow. He decided to make a dress that looked just like it. Women knew the painting and saw it on the dress. It had never been done before and caused some excitement.
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