Modern art is a loose term used to describe works of artistic expression created approximately between 1860 and 1970. As is the case with most art, the definition of what constitutes modern art is often subjective; however, it is generally agreed that the genre is categorized by a rebellion against conformity and a rejection of artistic tradition. Modern art became less about depicting religious or cultural imagery and more about the artists' vision of reality and the emotional experience... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2017. 4p.