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6 Art Essay Topics To Cover In 2019

Are you a bit confused and overwhelmed when it comes to choosing the right essay topic that focuses on art and other related matters? If the answer is yes, we perhaps could help.

There is no denying the fact that art, crafts and other related subjects are quite bit and it could be an ocean, to say the least. Hence, you must do your research and choose the best topics that are related to the arts. You must be comfortable with the topics that you have chosen to write on.

This is all the more true for those who are beginners when it comes to penning thought on paper. However, without much ado, we are listing down six essay topics that could be interesting, exciting and relevant to contemporary tastes and likes. Yes, we are talking about essays that could appeal to a wide audience as far as 2019 is concerned. By the way, you may still need some online assignment help with writing, editing, and proofreading.

African Literature
Africa is a land of culture, history and of course is one of the most beautiful places on earth as far as wildlife, flora, and fauna are concerned. It is a multi-cultural and multi-linguistic continent. The impact of Christianity and the Muslim way of life is there written all over the place. Additionally, Africa also has a rich tribal culture and it is much more than voodoo and other such things that we often associated these tribes with. The way of life of the ancestors is clearly evident in the works of art, buildings, drawings, and other such things. Hence, this could be a good essay topic for many.

The Art Of Ancient Egypt
Civilization and Egypt have always gone together. Though there are scores of articles that talk about ancient Egyptian civilization, it still continues to be fascinating, There is so much that is still untapped and unknown to the outside world. In fact, the early Roman and Greek artists drew their inspiration from Egypt. Along with India and China, Egypt without any doubt is one of the oldest civilizations that the world has seen. The good thing about Egyptian work and art is that it is functional and therefore it tends to be anonymous. Many of their majestic artworks have been created with a specific purpose. Since they are wedded to real life and everyday situations, they continue to be relevant even today.

Pop Art
Though pop is very young when compared to the evolution of mankind as a whole, it is something that continues to be exciting and interesting for modern-day youngsters. Pop has evolved with time and it continues to inspire and appeal millions of young people across the world. It is said to have emerged from the USA and the United Kingdom. It perhaps is an amalgamation of comic books, advertisement of the old days, and other cultural objects that were becoming mundane. It was a means by which the youngsters of the day wanted to challenge status-quo. Hence, it will continue to inspire those who belong to the younger generation because in a sense pop art has something that could be in line with their thinking.

Art Of The Third Reich
As the wave of right-wing nationalism sweeps across many nations of the world including America, India, and other nations, this perhaps could be the time to talk about some the artwork that was prevalent during those dark periods of Third Reich. The artworks of the 1930s and 1940s attributable to fascism had its own unique features. Hitler believed that Greek and Roman art was good because it was not contaminated by Jewish influences. His stress was on modern art and therefore it is not surprising you had images of nude men and women donning the streets of Berlin during the 1931 Olympics.

Folk Art In India
If you love Asia in general and South Asia in particular, then you cannot afford to ignore the importance of folk art in India. Whether it is 2019 or 2059, there is no doubt that Folk Art in this subcontinent will continue to fascinate those who love arts and culture. The repertoire of artworks in India has to be seen to be believed. Whether it is the majestic artworks of the North Eastern fringe of the country or the age-old artworks of South India, you will never have enough of it.

The World Of Digital Art
Digital art is perhaps the youngest of art forms and it has been around perhaps since the early 1970s. It also is called by other names such as computer art and multimedia art. It is now being classified under the larger umbrella of new media art. Initially resisted by purists, today digital art is finding its roots and is becoming quite popular.

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