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The Pop Art, began in 1950 as a movement for visual arts with main influence coming
from a popular mass culture that was brought about by movies, television, advertisement and
comics books. Today the Pop Art phenomenon was inspired or is associated with the artist of
New York work of the 1960s. a good example of the 1960s artists includes James Rosenquist,
Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein. The Pop Art movement main agenda was to
bring art to people daily lives thus the reason. The pop artist used the everyday life objects such
as Andy Warhol's soup cans.
We should consider popular culture creative elements which are produced in mass art
work because they touch on people opinion and lures them to buy products that are mass
produced. The popular culture creative element is powerful, colorful and bright which attracts he
younger generation of today.
Question Two: The Influences of the Pop Art Movement
The Pop art movement was influenced by the art of Henderson and Paolozzi. The dual
presented a collection of pictorial view in both black and white on a piece of panel. The art
Parallel of Life and Art by Henderson and Paolozzi was developed so as to create more room for
the development of other arts on the subject of current environmental factors and social life
issues. Moreover, there were a number of artists from both America and British that contributed
to the development of the pop art. Jasper Johns was an America artist that is known for the
painting of maps and flags in his art. He was among the pioneers who influenced the
development of pop art in America. He was part of the community that wanted a replacement to
Abstract Expressionism. Another American artist that inspired the development of pop art was

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POP ART HUMANITIES 1 Pop Art-Humanities Author Institutions POP ART HUMANITIES 2 Pop Art-Humanities The Pop Art, began in 1950 as a movement for visual arts with main influence coming from a popular mass culture that was brought about by movies, television, advertisement and comics books. Today the Pop Art phenomenon was inspired or is associated with the artist of New York work of the 1960s. a good example of the 1960s artists includes James Rosenquist, Claes Oldenburg, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein. The Pop Art movement main agenda was to bring art to people daily lives thus the reason. The pop artist used the everyday life objects such as Andy Warhol's soup cans. We should consider popular culture creative elements which are produced in mass art work because they touch on people opinion and lures them to buy products that are mass produced. The popular culture creative element is powerful, colorful and bright which attracts he younger generation of today. Question Two: The Influences of the Pop Art Movement The Pop art movement was influenced by the art of Henderson and Paolozzi. The dual presented a collection of pictorial view in both black and white on a piece of panel. The art Parallel of Life and Art by Henderson and Paolozzi was developed so as to create more room for the development of other arts on the subject of current environmental factors and social life issues. Moreover, there were a number of artists from both America and British that contributed to the ...
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