Student’s Name: Professor’s name: Course number Date: HENRIETTE REISS RHYTHMIC TEXTILE DESIGN Introduction In the past artists employed diverse traditional methods of printing and making print art. However following the industrialization regime there has been an introduction of modern methods of making art where machines have been put into use. It has been noticed that the introduction and the use of machines in the field of art have gone a long way in determining the overall direction of which the primary art movements have taken. In looking at the traditional ways of undertaking art it can be concluded that modern methods of designing art using man-made machines have contributed largely towards the way in which modern artists express their respective ideas and messages of their pieces of art (Mehring). There is numerous modernist artist who has utilized machines I designing and producing their respective pieces of art while embracing J. Mirages of the Selfe: Patterns of Personhood in Ancient and Early Modern Europe. Stanford University Press 2003. von Todesco Eduard and Gustav von Epstein. "THE HISTORICISTS 1860S–70S." Style and Seduction: Jewish Patrons Architecture and Design in Fin de Si cle Vienna (2016): 21. Goggin Maureen Daly. Women and the Material Culture of Needlework and Textiles 1750? 950. Routledge 2017. Mehring F. R. A. N. K. "Mediating Mexico: Winold Reiss and the Transcultural Dimension of “Harlem” in the 1920s." (2014). Pearlman Jill E. Inventing American Modernism: Joseph Hudnut Walter Gropius and the Bauhaus Legacy at Harvard. University of Virginia Press 2007. McNamara Andrew. "How ‘Creative Industries' Evokes the Legacy of Modernist Visual Art." Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy 102.1 (2002): 66-76. Butler Cornelia H. and Alexandra Schwartz Eds. Modern women: women artists at the Museum of Modern Art. Museum of Modern Art 2010. Gallery Dean and U. K. Edinburgh. "Museum of Modern Art." New York USA (2004). [...]
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