Art in the 1920's by dylan malone

surrealism in the 1920's

During the 1920's there were many influential aspects to the evolution of art. Due to the big part of Europe containing many talented artists most of the ideals that were spread around the world inspired the famous artists of today around the world and in the United States.

Many of the artists focused on art deco and this lead to the many designs found around the world but mostly in Europe.

Due to the revolutionizing aspect that Art Deco had on architecture it revolutionized the entire aspect of the developing world

expressionism was a major design in Germany in the 1920's

Expressionism revolutionized in Germany to begin with and gave new artists a new form to express themselves which led to new doors of oppotunity in the art community which led to the acceptance of art to be more valued.

Trends in the 1920s

With these new styles and forms of art being introduced into the states because they originated in Europe to begin with the fashion trends boomed in the 1920’s with more strict sleek styles and more color, thus creating a new art style in itself!!

1920s shaped culture

A national culture developed due to the new styles introduced by the European styles and this contributed to not only the USA’s development but the worlds due to the new style of painting and architect.


New styles of paint helped the growing economical development due to the advances in architecture and designs, with the new designs came new structures and possibility ultimately creating new jobs.


Created with images by Paris on Ponce & Le Maison Rouge - "1920's Chinoiserie table" • cortto - "abandono" • dierk schaefer - "Paris, Art déco" • pedrosimoes7 - "Portrait of Vartoosh (1927) - Arshile Gorky (c. 1904 - 1948)" • derrypubliclibrary - "Derry, New Hampshire Winter Carnival Queen 1920s (f)" • ell brown - "Chateau d'Usse" • pedrosimoes7 - "La cohorte invincible (1928) - Giorgio de Chirico (1888-1978)"

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