The Great Depression, By The Stock Market Crash Of 1929 Essay

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Triggered by the stock market crash of 1929, which sent Wall Street into a panic, the United States of America and a number of other countries fell into an economic depression era. Well known for its high unemployment rates and dark depressing times this era, also known as the Great Depression, was a point in history where everything that someone ever worked for was lost if they didn’t act fast. But while some people were standing in soup lines there were others that made a living illustrating the lives and hardships of society. These people were artist who painted, snapped photos, and sculpted the everyday expressions and emotions of humans before and after the 1930’s, who paved the way for a new period of intense artistic experimentation (Kindig). But the question is “How did these artists include emotions in their work” which expressed the hardships of people during this time. This is one of the many lessons that was taught during my senior internship at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.Where I had the opportunity to take part in the teen sketch club.
Emotions are an instinctive state of mind deriving from one 's circumstances, mood, or relationships with others. It’s one of the few things that all humans have in common and develop the older they become. But when talking about emotions in artwork and the emotions in a physical being their are two different meanings. Both of these meanings people can easily relate to. The emotion that are in art usually pertain to a…

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