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dadaists and art
The cubists, dadaists, Stravinsky, and many later art movements struggled against this conception that beauty was central to the definition of art, with such success that, according to Danto, " Beauty had disappeared not only from the advanced art of the 1960 ’ s but from the advanced philosophy of art of that decade as well.
In the early 20th century, several avant-garde movements, including the dadaists, surrealists, and futurists began to argue for an art that was random, jarring and illogical.

dadaists and .
The dadaists believed those ideas to be a byproduct of bourgeois society, a society so apathetic it would rather fight a war against itself than challenge the status quo.
More recent poets sometimes cited as influences by concrete poets include Guillaume Apollinaire, E. E. Cummings, for his various typographical innovations, and Ezra Pound, for his use of Chinese ideograms, as well as various dadaists.
He also studied at the Bauhaus and met some of the dadaists, setting Kurt Schwitters's poem Anna Blume to music.
At the outbreak of World War I he escaped to Switzerland to avoid conscription, and became friends with the dadaists of Zurich's Cabaret Voltaire, in particular Hans Arp.
Examples might range from the collages of the dadaists and Robert Rauschenberg to many contemporary music videos.
In Zurich in 1918, he re-connected with Hans Arp and took part in several Dada activities, befriending Marcel Janco, Richard Huelsenbeck, Sophie Taeuber, and the other dadaists connected to the Cabaret Voltaire.

imitated and techniques
His techniques are widely imitated by knappers, and ethnographic accounts of his toolmaking are considered to be the Rosetta Stone of lithic tool manufacture.

imitated and developed
The album further developed ideas established on their debut album, creating a work with a direct sound that was " heavy and hard, brutal and direct " and which would be highly influential and frequently imitated.
Nevertheless, variants of the sestina were imitated and developed by Daniel's contemporaries – such as Guilhem Peire Cazals de Caortz – and by subsequent troubadours.
In contemporary times, Egyptian novelists and poets were among the first to experiment with modern styles of Arabic-language literature, and the forms they developed have been widely imitated.
Hans Christian Andersen made his " Ahasuerus " the Angel of Doubt, and was imitated by Heller in a poem on " The Wandering of Ahasuerus ", which he afterward developed into three cantos.
Lens flare was one of the first special effects developed for computer graphics because it can be imitated using relatively simple means.
In the Byzantine world the technique was developed into the thin-wire style suitable only for enamel described below, which was imitated in Europe from about Carolingian period onwards.
Other notable painters, such as Hans Holbein the Elder and Jean Fouquet, retained a Gothic influence that was still popular in the north, while highly individualistic artists such as Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Bruegel the Elder developed styles that were imitated by many subsequent generations.
As Buddhist art developed and spread outside Gandhara, Gandharan styles were imitated.
Londo's accent was developed independently by actor Peter Jurasik and was imitated by William Forward, who played Lord Refa.
Under Josetsu's influence, Shūbun started studying Chinese Song Dynasty painting by masters such as Xia Gui and Ma Yuan ; consequently, Shūbun's style was an intermediate step between early Japanese artists who imitated Chinese models very closely, and later artists, who developed a national style.
At first she imitated the acting of Asta Nielsen but gradually developed her own style.

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Classicizing architectonic structure and decor all ' antica, in the " ancient mode ", became a fashionable way to frame a painted or bas-relief portrait, or protect an expensive and precious mirror during the High Renaissance ; Italian precedents were imitated in France, then in Spain, England and Germany during the later 16th century.
Thus late medieval Guilds of St Luke in the cities of Flanders, or the " Accademia di San Luca " ( Academy of St. Luke ) in Rome — imitated in many other European cities during the 16th century — gathered together and protected painters.
Launched as a comic book before it became a magazine, it was widely imitated and influential, impacting not only satirical media but the entire cultural landscape of the 20th century, with editor Al Feldstein increasing readership to more than 2, 000, 000 during its 1970s circulation peak.
Petrarch's sonnets were admired and imitated throughout Europe during the Renaissance and became a model for lyrical poetry.
The album artwork imitated the visual style of classic " girlie " and fashion magazines, featuring high-fashion shots of scantily-clad models Amanda Lear, Marilyn Cole and Jerry Hall, each of whom had romances with Ferry during the time of their contributions, as well as model Kari-Ann Muller who appears on the cover of the first Roxy album but who was not otherwise involved with anyone in the band, and who later married Mick Jagger's brother Chris.
The saints are seen as models of holiness to be imitated, and as a ' cloud of witnesses ' that strengthen and encourage the believer during his or her spiritual journey ().
* The seated Madonna and Child is a style of image that became particularly popular during the 15th century in Florence and was imitated elsewhere.
The Panegyric of Maximian, dating to 289 and attributed to Claudius Mamertinus, relates that during the bagaudae uprisings of 284 – 285 in the districts around Lugdunum ( Lyon ), " simple farmers sought military garb ; the plowman imitated the infantryman, the shepherd the cavalryman, the rustic harvester of his own crops the barbarian enemy ".
It was also mentioned that Blair passed his audition for the band primarily because he was the only auditionee who knew all the words to the song he was asked to sing, "( I Can't Get No ) Satisfaction " by Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones, whom he imitated during his performances.
Silver coin of Chandragupta II the Great, minted in his Western territories, in the style of the Western Satraps. Obv: Bust of king, with corrupted Greek legend " OOIHU ".< ref >" Evidence of the conquest of Saurashtra ( region ) | Saurastra during the reign of Chandragupta II is to be seen in his rare silver coins which are more directly imitated from those of the Western Satraps ... they retain some traces of the old inscriptions in Greek characters, while on the reverse, they substitute the Gupta type ( a peacock ) for the chaitya with crescent and star.
A stray lock of her shoulder-length, blonde hair during a publicity photo shoot led to her iconic " peekaboo " hairstyle, which was widely imitated.
It refers to the nickname given to young recruits, who imitated the sound of the raven when first wearing their blue uniform during mustering.
Many Baali during this time imitated their legendary creation by embracing mortals in a similar fashion.
Brazilian president Lula is widely known for addressing his political mates and supporters as " companheiro ", however this usage has been falling shorter during the last years of his presidential term, while it was very popular during the elections, often imitated by comedians who satirized Lula's idiosyncratic manners.
When he imitated Kirkpatrick's voice, he could give orders to lesser policemen during a stake-out, even during one intended to capture the Spider, so he could himself escape.
He came to be regarded as the master of ukiyo-e during these last years of his life, and was widely imitated until, a number of years after his death, his style was eclipsed by that of new artists, including Katsukawa Shunshō and Torii Kiyonaga.
His style, elaborate plots, and stock characters were imitated by the Roman playwrights Plautus and Terence, whose comedies were widely known and copied during the Renaissance.
Then little-known newsman Dan Rather reported live from the Galveston Seawall during the storm, an act that would be imitated by later reporters.
The act was so well received that during the next kickoff, more members of the 12th man kickoff squad took their towels onto the field as well and imitated Pollacia's action.
Initially, however, he imitated his father, an infantry colonel who served in the French colonies: enlisting with the naval academy in 1894, he was made lieutenant in 1906 and was promoted to captain during 1918.
But each of these statements seems open to doubt ; and although it is obvious that the style of Heusch is identical with that of Both, it may be that the two masters during their travels in Italy fell under the influence of Claude Lorraine, whose Arcadian art they imitated.

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