From Michelangelo to Mario Bros: The Changing Canvas of Fine Art

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December 11, 2012

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In the last 100 years, fine art has gone through a series of radical changes, brought on by the ever-increasing pace of new innovation and technology. Using infrared reflectography, we now understand just what fantastic creations lie below Renoir's masterpieces, and the power of neuroscience is re-defining the self-portrait. In the 21st century, the advent of animation, photography and computer games have created a world of art that not even the great innovator himself, Michelangelo, could have envisioned.

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