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ENG - In the 19th century, the camera was a revolutionary invention

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Question;In the 19th century, the camera was a revolutionary invention. Did the invention of the camera change the arts? Why or why not? Is there a relationship between movements such as realism and impressionism and the camera? If cameras are capturing Nature, and the point of art is to mimic or represent (or copy) Nature, then isn't the camera the perfect device for this artform?choose realism or impressionism as a basis for your posts and discuss how your choice is manifested in any area of the humanities (i.e., painting, sculpture, literature, music, etc.), and give an example from any discipline in the humanities to illustrate how realism or impressionism influenced the work of art. Please be sure to give an analysis of how the work of art was influenced by the movement. continue to discuss the relationship between Impressionism and its relationship to the advances in technology with the camera, light, etc. Is art and technology always working together this way now that we live in this technologically-advanced world? Was this the beginning of that relationship?

 

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