Imagine it is 1954 and you have just read a critic’s scathin

Imagine it is 1954 and you have just read a critic’s scathing review of an Abstract Expressionist art exhibition.Write a letter to the editor responding to the attack. At the beginning of your letter, briefly discusshow the work of American artwork created in the 1930s embodieddemocratic values (FYI, these are values of a democracy, not of theDemocratic party…) Then, discuss Abstract Expressionism as anextension of those values and how it is a demonstration of the freedomof expression available to artists in American society.Include the following in your letter:Two specific artists from the 1930s with an explanation of howtheir artworks embodied democratic values; were the works tools ofsocial reform? If so, what were the goals of the artists? Were the worksdepicting uniquely American scenes? If so, for what purpose? Provide animage of one art example for each artist that illustrates your points.One example of a work of Abstract Expressionism (with an image)How the Abstract Expressionist artists expressed themselves usingthis abstract style; what were they ‘saying?’ or what was the message oftheir artwork? What influenced their work?Format your letter appropriately. Include citations and a reference page for any information that is not common knowledge.Documenting the Face of America: Roy Stryker and the FSA/OWI Photographers Video ReflectionJackson Pollock Video ReflectionGrant Wood—American GothicCharles Sheeler Video ReflectionDiego Rivera—Revolutionary With A Paintbox Video Reflection