Genre Art of the 17th century with examples
Another art movement that transferred from the sixteenth century to the seventeenth century was another art format known as genre art. However, genre art of the seventeenth century was allowed to have no religious connotation at all. This movement is the opposite of academic art because of its lack of authoritive influence and non-religious, non-grandiose subject matter. Not dealing with the subject matter of royalty or religious icons or scenes does not, however, mean that there was no influence of previous masters. This art became most popular amongst the "middle class."
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