The Art of Science

The artist for the first time precisely recorded their mathematical observations through their graphical paintings and illustrations, which gave the people a pictorial representation that became the basis for mathematical studies.
Nineteenth-century has seen major breakthroughs in the domain of natural sciences. One of the fundamental concepts in this field is the survival of animals, which is an elementary unit of living things. On the other hand, it was for the first time in the history of arts that concept of realism came under implementation through the artwork of Audubon’s World (AAU, 2011). Artists (Shlain, Chapter 12) focused on drawing the real-life and nature images of animals, specifically, birds. portraying their observations and experiences without making alterations based on their imaginations. Realism also focused on architecture, music, dance, and literature.
Man’s insatiable thirst for knowledge has to lead to innumerable inventions and discoveries in the twentieth century and is in continuation to date. In particular, the light remained a significant notion of attraction during the nineteenth century. In contrast, the scope of art embraced a new form of painting namely Earth art (AAU, 2011). This form of art facilitated the artists to paint down mysteries and different aspects of Mother Nature (Shlain, Chapter 13), as it does not require figures and shapes.
Considering the trends of scientific discoveries and artistic creations, it can come under the conclusion that next key discovery in the area of science might come from the branch of health sciences in the form of cure for lethal diseases. In the field of arts, the next invention can be in the form of paintings, which can mark an end to the biggest enormity of the present time that is terrorism.