An artwork is normally judged by how much impact it has on people, the number of people who can relate to it, and how much they appreciate it. The first and broadest sense of "art" means "arrangement" or "to arrange." In this sense, art is created when someone arranges things found in the world into a new or different design or form; or when someone arranges colors next to each other in a painting to make an image or just to make a pretty or interesting design. Artists may feel a certain emotion and wish to express it by creating something that means something to them.Most of the art created in this case is made for the artist rather than an audience.
The history of twentieth century art includes Expressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, Dadaism, Surrealism, and Minimalism.
In some societies, people think that art belongs to the person who made it.
People like Michelangelo and Leonardo da Vinci still painted religious pictures, but they also now could paint mythological pictures too.
These artists also invented perspective where things in the distance look smaller in the picture.
The other division is between pure arts, done for themselves, and practical arts, done for a practical purpose, but with artistic content.
Some people say that art is a product or item that is made with the intention of stimulating the human senses as well as the human mind, spirit and soul.In other societies, people think that art belongs to no one.They think that society has put its social capital into the artist and the artist's work.In this view, society is a collective that has made the art, through the artist.Identifying Art in your surroundings In my environment, I see art everywhere.Islamic art includes geometric patterns, Islamic calligraphy, and architecture.In India and Tibet, painted sculptures, dance, and religious painting were done.All of the great ancient civilizations, such as Ancient Egypt, India, China, Greece, Rome and Persia had works and styles of art.In the Middle Ages, most of the art in Europe showed people from the Bible in paintings, stained glass windows, and mosaic tile floors and walls.This was new because in the Middle Ages people would paint all the figures close up and just overlapping each other.In the late 1800s, artists in Europe, responding to Modernity created many new painting styles such as Classicism, Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism.