Aesthetic Movement. 'The Peacock Skirt' by Aubrey Beardsley
Essay from the year 2015 in the subject Philosophy - Practical (Ethics, Aesthetics, Culture, Nature, Right, ...), grade: A, Kenyatta University (Open learning), course: APH 305, language: English, abstract: Aesthetic movement is an art movement that supports the importance of aesthetic principles other than any other social-political themes in the art world. Aesthetic movement was prominent during the 19th century where it was made famous by the artists Oscar Wilde and Aubrey Beardsley. The art during the 19th century was also associated with the decadence and symbolism movements in France and decadentismo represented in Italy, it is always considered the British style of the other arts in France and Italy. It is also referred to as the introduction of ideology that emphasized art in metalwork, furniture, stained glass, books, ceramics, and wallpaper and textile production (Brown 409). The Philadelphia exposition in 1876 was the reason for its wide grown popularity in the world and the industrial revolution in England during mid-19 century.
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