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НазваPainting in our Life (реферат)
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Painting in our Life.


Painting is one of the oldest and most important arts. Since prehistoric

times, artists have arranged paints on surfaces in way that express

their idea about people and the world. The paintings that artists create

have great value for humanity. They provide people with both enjoyment

and information.


People enjoy painting for many reasons. They may think a painting in

beautiful. People may like the colors that the painter used or the way

the artist arranged the paint on the surface. Some paintings interest

people because of the way the artist expresses some human emotion, such

as fear, grief, happiness, or love. Other paintings are enjoyable

because they skillfully portray nature. Even paintings of such everyday

scenes as people at work and play and of such common objects as food and

flowers can be a source of pleasure.


Paintings also teach. Some reveal what the artist felt about important

subject, including death, love, religion, and social justice. Other

paintings tell about the history of the period during which they were

created. They provide information about the custom, goals, and interests

of the people of past societies. Painting also tell about such things as

the building, clothing, and tools of the past. Much of our knowledge

about prehistoric and ancient times comes from painting and other arts,

because many early societies left few or no written records. It would be

hard to find a subject that no one has ever tried to paint. Artists

paint the things they see around them-people, animals, nature, and

nonliving objects. They also paint dreamlike scenes that exist only in

the imagination. An artist can reach back into the past and paint a

historical event, a religious story, or a myth. Some artists paint

pictures that show no clear subject matter at all. Instead, they arrange

the paint in some abstract way that expresses feeling or ideas that are

important to them.


Since prehistoric times, many artists have painted the subjects that

were most important to their societies. For example, religion was

particularly important in Europe during the Middle Ages, and most of the

paintings created then were religious. A prehistoric artist painted, the

animal on a cave wall in France, about 15000 B. C. The artist lived at a

time when animals served as the main source of food and clothing for

human beings. The American artist Robert Bechtle painted the picture of

a man and his automobile, called 60 F-Bird. The automobile is the most

important means of transportation in modern American life. People have

always been a favorite subject of painters. Artists have shown people

intheir paintings in many different ways. All great paintings,

regardless of subject matters, share a common feature. They do more than

just reproduce with paint something that exists, existed, or can be

imagined. They also expresses the painter's special view about a

subject. Many artists turn to nature for their subject matter. They

paint scenes called landscapes and seascapes that they try to capture

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