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IMPORTANT AND SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF THE FINE ARTS IN THE PRACTICE OF PLAIN AIR

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Nazirbekova Shakhnoza Batirovna

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The purpose of the research. This article is devoted to discussing the issues of importance and priorities of using “plain air” in fine arts.

Research methods. The researcher has been working on the “Graphic arts and chemistry graphics” for the students, who reflected on the idea of plenerering in the painting of Uzbekistan, about the works of artists and their ability to shape their rankings. Methodological techniques are used to apply the methods of the “mustalah”, which deals with organizational issues, knowledge, tension, and skills of drawing art lessons.

Research results: This scientific work was researched to further develop the “plain air” method in the field of art studies.

Practical application: The students of universities, vocational colleges, general secondary education schools and art teachers can fully benefit from this scientific academic discourse.

Keywords

genre
fine art
“plain air”
“mustalah”
gamma
harmony
composition
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graphic arts.

Authors

Nazirbekova Shakhnoza Batirovna

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