The style was developed in post World War I Europe and reflects the desire to desire to explore new frontiers of art. It stands for a modernist approach towards creativity in terms of abstraction and engaging geometrical shapes into art as a new way of depiction of the reality.
The second work of art was created by Charles Sheeler and is titled View of New York. It shows a rather realistic interior of the room. There is a lot of space in the painting: it is three dimensional and objects are located in different planes. All the lines that are used are straight and intersect at right angles. The emphasis in made on the window in the background. The style of this painting, namely precisionism tries to depict the world in an objective manner, with the help of object that are drawn with geometrical accuracy. In addition to that, Sheeler is not was a photographic technique of his paintings. It must be noted that this style emerged when the interest towards Cubism was at its peak (Jobse 172). Precisionism reflects the Modernist approach to depicting the reality in a standardized, geometrical manner.
The final painting is titled Les Valeurs personnelles and was created by Rene Magritte. It depicts a room that is full of exaggerated object, such as a glass, a comb or a pencil. The lines a straight and the colors are warm. The author put emphasis of the painting on the green glass, making if the focus point. Surrealism is known for placing usual objects into unusual places, creating a certain meaning with the help of it. However, Magritter is known for that fact that unlike his counterparts, the objects that he painted never lose their shape. It is important to note that surrealism dwelled on the principles of realism and continued them (Baker 18). The aspect of Modernism that is highlighted by this approach focuses on the innovative perception of reality when it is seen through a prism of ordinary