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Cuban Art History

Posted by Mark Schneider on January 21, 2014 0 Comments

Cuban artists incorporate different styles of contemporary influences to their artwork including European and North American styles, traditional tribal arts from African and Native American cultures, and visual styles, which are popular in the Caribbean. Large part of the Cuban Art history was dominated by Spanish-European styles including painting, architecture, and sculpture. For the last 100 years, the Cuban artwork traditions have been overwritten with new styles. Cuban Art History: Cuban Artwork during the Colonial Years Form 150 up to 1900, Spain controlled Cuba and its surrounding islands in the Caribbean. Spanish leaders ruled that only the wealthy people can...

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Cuban Paintings: The Diversity of the Cuban Art

Posted by Mark Schneider on January 21, 2014 0 Comments

If there is one thing that can be described with the Cuban culture, it would be its diversity. Its diversity did not only become applied in one area. It is also the reason that even in Cuban art, diversity is still present. It is that aspect that made the Cuban art history rich, which is all thanks to Cuban artists. They were the ones who made it possible. Today, this diversity also became the reason why Cuban paintings reached the kind of popularity it has right now. Because of the unique style of all Cuban arts, it would not come...

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The List of the Best Cuban Artists Who Shaped the Cuban Art History

Posted by Mark Schneider on January 21, 2014 0 Comments

Being gifted with the skill to show things using paints and a canvass is rare. That is why it is a fortunate thing for inpiduals who have this particular skill. Why? It is because they have the skill to let people see the way they view their work and the world they live in. Anywhere in the world, these are the same people who are able to shape the global art history, in which ones have already been shared and respected worldwide. But before it reached globally, artists usually fist mold their destiny in their own country. In the end,...

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Cuban Art: The Then and Now

Posted by Mark Schneider on January 21, 2014 0 Comments

Art always has a big role in the community. The style of art shown in each of the paintings and art prints in art galleries and museums shows the specific time it was made. Art is what defines a country and its people. By simply looking through all the available art master pieces, one will have an idea of how the artist views the subject, which often times is related to how they see their surrounding and people. However, in the field of art, it is a general fact that each artist in a country has his own style and...

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