Asked by isaac colton on Jul 08, 2024



Which group became the primary patrons of Wright's paintings depicting the wonders of the Industrial Revolution?

A) Philosophes
B) Clergy
C) Middle class
D) Industrialists

Industrial Revolution

A period of major industrialization from the late 18th to early 19th century that transformed mainly rural, agrarian societies in Europe and America into industrialized, urban ones.

Wright's Paintings

May refer to the artworks created by one of several artists with the last name Wright, known for their distinctive styles and contributions to their field.


Individuals or groups involved in the ownership and management of industries, often characterized by significant innovations, manufacturing processes, and the exploitation of labor.

  • Analyze how the Industrial Revolution shaped the creation of new artistic motifs and influenced patronage.

Verified Answer

Zybrea Knight

1 week ago

Final Answer :
Explanation :
Industrialists became the primary patrons of Joseph Wright's paintings, as his works often depicted the technological advancements and industrial scenes of the period, resonating with their interests and experiences.