Artists from ancient Greece were the biggest influence for the Roman artists.
Yes, one of the most noticable influences in his art was Boudin who showed him the "en plein air" techniques.
Jasper Johns was majorly influenced by Marcel Duchamps 'readymade' artworks. The idea that the definition of art can expand to be more than just painting/sculpture/drawing was an inspirational idea for most modern artists.
it influenced the arts because most art before this time was religious themed, and in the renaissance artists started doing portraits and signing their work. Artists also began making humans with more characteristics and better proportioned.
The Greek civilisation deeply influenced the Roman elite.
The modern artists were most heavily influenced by War and science, it changed the way people thought and changed the type of art that was comming out at this time.
Most likely his father was his biggest inspiration after he died but Dappy was influenced by various artists as well.
The Greeks influenced Roman civilization in many ways. However, one of the most important ways was in the Arts and Crafts area.
Greek civilisation is the one which influenced the Roman elites the most.
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Schubert was a prolific composer and a pianist. His music was heavily influenced by Beethoven. He is most famous for his 600+ art songs.