American Art and Architecture
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The movement of the early 1900s known as the Eight was an important cultural movement for the world of art, exhibitions, and individual artists alike. Although the Eight weren't as massively revolutionary as they would have liked to be, they were a very effective tool to spark change in the art scene at the time. They were nonconformist painters who helped to pave the way for the rise of private art exhibitions and the power of the artist as an individual.
Enright, Jennifer. "The Eight: An Art Movement." The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research 5 (2002): 113-119. Web. [date of access]. <http://fisherpub.sjfc.edu/ur/vol5/iss1/10>.