The 20th century left a large footprint in the arts.
Surprisingly, on the background of the newly invented art of cinema has not lost its position at the time, but on the contrary developed rapidly.
Artists living an active creative and social life, gathered in groups and clubs, organized school of painting and opened the way for new directions in art.
Perhaps the most famous "non-standard"artists of the 20th century were Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso. Both were born in Spain at the turn of 19-20 centuries and absorbed the spirit of change, which is embodied in the unlimited creative freedom. After decades of their work is still full of unsolved mysteries and symbols, which causes a mixed reaction among the public.
Pictures of both Spanish geniuses dramaticallydifferent from the canons of traditional painting that allows the uninitiated audience brings them closer to the conditional form of art "not of this world." However, creative methods of Dali and Picasso characterize them as a people with a unique view of the world, which is reflected in the famous paintings.
Salvador Dali and Pablo Picasso receivedclassical art education, but in the years of study surprised teachers unconventional approach to painting. Both artists were pioneers of modernist trends in art and traveling in Europe, have gained more and more supporters in the bohemian circles. Experimenting with color, form, perspective, Picasso, along with Georges Braque became the founder of Cubism, and not without reason, Dali said:. "Surrealism - it's me"
Pablo Picasso began his career as aportrait painter working in the classical style, but soon announced the transfer of meaninglessness in the picture visible, real world. Hence his attempts to look at the subject from different angles, shown in the picture at the same time all its facets. This is the calling card of Cubism - many facets and angles on the still life and portrait even, why not just get to guess the picture for bulky geometric shapes. The artist seems to hint the spectator that the inner essence is always hidden behind a jumble of outer shells.
Salvador Dali gone even further byreally traditional, highlighting the inner world. That is why his paintings are full of dream images and reflections of complexes and fears of the artist. Endowed with a phenomenal erudition Dali codified in his paintings biblical and mythological motifs, much rethinking the traditional view on the eternal themes.