Assume you have been given the ability to travel back in time, and you are about to set off on a trip to the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The purpose of your trip is to visit artists in their studios and view firsthand the creation of some of their paintings and sculpture.In your time travels, you will collect information on five different styles of nineteenth- and twentieth-century art, as represented by one artist from each style. Before you set out, decide which specific styles you would like to explore.Select style from of the five categories listed below:Late Nineteenth Century: Impressionism or Post ImpressionismEarly Twentieth Century: Fauvism, Expressionism, or FuturismCubism: Analytic or SyntheticPost-World War I Art: Dada or SurrealismPost-World War II Art: Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism, or Pop ArtFor each of your five selected styles, identify one artist who represents that style whose studio you will explore in your time travels. In your visits to each artistâ€™s studio, plan to identify one work of art that best exemplifies the artistâ€™s style. When you return from your time travels, prepare a report that includes the following information for of your five representative works of art:A photograph of the objectIdentifying information: Name of the artistTitle of the workDate of the workMedium/materials used to create the workIdentify the style of the work of art. Then, write a paragraph of 4-6 sentences that: Describes the visual characteristics that makes the object representative of its stylePlaces the work within its social and historical context and explains why it is culturally significant. Finally, in a well-developed paragraph of 6-8 sentences, summarize what you have learned from your â€œtime travels, â€ highlighting key similarities and distinctions between the artists you visited and their representative works of art. Your report should conclude with an explanation about which style you find most interesting and why.