TITLE

Türk Resminin Oluşumunda Batılılaşma Dönemi Eğitim Kurumlarının Rolü (Sanayi-İ Nefise'nin Kurulmasına Kadar)

AUTHOR(S)
GÖKDAŞ, Yakup
PUB. DATE
January 2011
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;kis2011, Vol. 15 Issue 46, p223
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
It is sure that the fundemental components, that elicit the establishment and the development of arts, undergo a change through the ages. It is seen that the education idea and its institutions, which begun to develop in the Europe in the age of Enlightenment, begins to be an important component in the constitution of the European art within the capital knowledge.The Western World that complements their thought bases through the Renaissance begins to take the advantage of the western civilization which is established on these bases. Thence, the development of the art, occurs on the one hand with the constitution of the idea of art education and on the other hand with the support and the encouragement of the capital groups, picks up speed.It is not possible to talk about the same fundemental components and stages in the formation of Turkish art in modern sense. As the Ottoman empire did not live the dark ages, it also did not live the Enlightment -came after the dark ages- and the big capital movements but it also could not achieve to improve its system which was the pioneeer step for the western world. Therefore, important problems begins to emerge in the Empire on economic and military fields after the second half of the 17th century. Following this period, the modernization idea for the strength of the empire and to carry it back to its old good days showed itself basically in the education institutions which were the Europe and the Turkish art has taken its shape from these bases. In other words, the baic component of the constitution of the Turkish painting is "the education institutions" during the westernization period.
ACCESSION #
83752274

 

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