Is there a difference between Modern Art and Pop Art- by gyvwpgjmtx

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									Modern Art and Pop Art are, without a doubt, two of the most loved forms of art
styles you can find these days. They are fresh and exciting, and more and more of
these styles are appearing not just in museums, but in homes and office spaces as well.
So why are these types of art so popular compared to other types such as the
well-loved abstract or realism? The reason lies in the way they are created. Pop Art
and Modern Art come in so many different distinctive styles, making it exceptionally
easy for art fans to find a piece that will accentuate their home or office.
  So, is there a difference between Pop Art and Modern Art? It 鈥檚 a good question,
isn 鈥檛 it? You may believe, as most people do that the two styles of art are the same
because after all, 鈥榩 op 鈥?is modern, right? Not quite. The two types of art are
completely different 鈥攄 espite what many apprentice art collectors believe. Here you
will find the main characteristics of both types of art and the reasons why they differ
from each other.
  Pop Art
  In the mid 1950 鈥檚, an advance that was later branded as Pop Art began in Britain,
and later moved to the United States. Using common sights or objects, Pop Art is
created not only for decoration, but to cause the viewer to gain perspective and
contemplate the true meaning behind the piece. Not many consider this art style to be
a form of 鈥榝 ine art 鈥?because of the unusual mediums used 鈥攃 omic book
panels, magazine clippings, etc.
  But hey, who needs 鈥榝 ine art 鈥?when you can get attitude, style and originality
from one Pop Art piece? Considered more 鈥渇 ree and unrestricted 鈥? this art style
gives off a fresh and desirable feel demanded by art collectors around the world.
  Modern Art
  Focusing on a more specific time in history 鈥攂 etween the 1860 鈥檚 and 1970 鈥
檚鈥擬 odern Art is more relaxed (though not conservative) and usually expresses
manner, style and mood. Lacking conventional art methods, artists were able to use
this style of art as an escape and express themselves more so than with any other style.
With just one look at a Modern Art piece, you can determine the artist 鈥檚 outlook
on life, and see how they viewed mundane things such as nature.
  True Modern Art are the pieces created between the 1970 鈥檚 and late 1860 鈥檚,
though the 鈥榤 odern 鈥?style is still used widely today and produces the same
outlook and emotions, the art is branded as contemporary art or postmodern art. The
best Modern Art created remains true to the era it was created.
  Although both of them are very different in creation and purpose, both Modern Art
and Pop Art are some of the most sought after pieces in today 鈥檚 culture and
continue to grow in recognition each year. The good news is, unlike earlier when it
was difficult to source out the art pieces that you liked, now you can find your
favorite pieces of Modern or Pop Art right over the internet.
  Resource Box:
  Intrigued? Artists and art fans come together at Artboom, an online resource for
everyone interested in the best Modern Art and Pop Art . Visit Artboom today.

								
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