The Reality of Scientific Research in the Fine Arts, Sultanate of Oman

International Journal of Humanities and Social Science
© 2022 by SSRG - IJHSS Journal
Volume 9 Issue 2
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Najlaa Al Saadi
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Najlaa Al Saadi, "The Reality of Scientific Research in the Fine Arts, Sultanate of Oman," SSRG International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, vol. 9,  no. 2, pp. 90-93, 2022. Crossref,


Scientific research is one of the most important pillars on which societies depend for their progress. They realized that their existence, being, development, and strength are all dependent on what they accomplish in scientific research. Therefore, it adopts its scientific and cultural activities and builds knowledge and statistics on it through solid scientific foundations emanating from the knowledge framework of the community. This, in turn, helps the scientific progress of societies. Scientific studies based on accurate scientific methods are extremely important in determining the needs of societies and proposing appropriate solutions. Through scientific research, human development and plastic art appear linked to human development, as art is defined by the presence of humanity on earth and is considered one of the areas that have become important in the world, as art always develops various aspects in a person, except whether it is emotional, intellectual, cognitive, social or creative, and this presents comprehensiveness in developing the capabilities associated with each individual. In addition, art is not limited to a picture, a painting, or a sculpted piece, but art has reached research, investigation, and problem-solving. It has become an intervention in all areas of human life and cannot flourish in the vacuum of negativity and superficiality. This art must fill our lives with authentic thought, living movement, and intellectual depth. Art is an important necessity in human life that God Almighty created by instinct. Still, it differs and varies from person to person according to what they see from their inner feeling and deep imagination. It is a skill that humans use to express themselves and their feelings. Art is not a static thing but rather an aesthetic feeling that describes what a person sees in their imagination of creativity and applies it to reality in proportion to their vision and philosophy of things creatively.


Scientific Research, Fine Art, Sultanate of Oman.


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