Diğler, Mustafa; Özkartal, Mehmet
March 2010
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2010, Vol. 14 Issue 43, p105
Academic Journal
In this article, similar features of modern and primitive arts, developmental periods, connections of the paintings created by modern artists with primitive ones, understanding and evaluating of the art Works created by primitive societies, our aesthetic values and the influence of primitive art on modern artists were all taken into consideration and analyzed.


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