MODERNISM<br />Oscar Wilde<br />
1.What´s the Modernism?<br />Modernism as a literary movement reached its height in Europe between 1900 and the middle 192...
2.Characteristics<br />The inspiration in the nature and the profuse use of elements of natural origin.<br />The use of th...
3. Disciplines<br />Painting<br />Edward Coleyes<br />
Architecture<br />Antonio Gaudí<br />
Sculpture<br />                          Desconsol. Josep Llimona<br />
4. Literature<br />Main Authors:<br />Manuel González Prada<br />José Martí<br />Julián del Casal<br />Salvador Rueda<br />
Main Works:<br />
5. Main works. Óscar Wilde<br />
Group;<br />Rocío García Naranjo.<br />Cristian Gómez Acosta.<br />José Luis Lucas Curado.<br />Patricia Morato Jiménez.<b...
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  1. 1. MODERNISM<br />Oscar Wilde<br />
  2. 2. 1.What´s the Modernism?<br />Modernism as a literary movement reached its height in Europe between 1900 and the middle 1920s.<br />Modernistic art and literature normally revolved around the idea of individualism, mistrust of institutions and the disbelief of any absolute truths.<br />Aestheticism is a movement that belongs to modernism. It emphasized aesthetic values more than socio-political themes for literature, fine arts and decorative arts.<br />
  3. 3. 2.Characteristics<br />The inspiration in the nature and the profuse use of elements of natural origin.<br />The use of the line curls and the asymmetry.<br />A strong trend to the use of feminine images.<br />An attitude tending to the sensuality and to the complacency of the senses.<br />The freedom in the use of motives of exotic type.<br />
  4. 4. 3. Disciplines<br />Painting<br />Edward Coleyes<br />
  5. 5. Architecture<br />Antonio Gaudí<br />
  6. 6. Sculpture<br /> Desconsol. Josep Llimona<br />
  7. 7. 4. Literature<br />Main Authors:<br />Manuel González Prada<br />José Martí<br />Julián del Casal<br />Salvador Rueda<br />
  8. 8. Main Works:<br />
  9. 9. 5. Main works. Óscar Wilde<br />
  10. 10. Group;<br />Rocío García Naranjo.<br />Cristian Gómez Acosta.<br />José Luis Lucas Curado.<br />Patricia Morato Jiménez.<br />José Antonio Vargas Cerrada.<br />
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