ANALYSIS OF THE EVOLUTION OF PAINTING SYSTEMS: SEARCHING FOR EFFECTIVE MEANS OF PRESENTATION OF GRAPHIC INFORMATION IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROCESS
The problem of searching for effective means of presenting graphic information in education on the basis of an analysis of the historical evolution of painting is discussed. The importance of a systematic approach that dictates the need for an organic combination of epistemological and axiological concepts is underlined. The purpose of the article is to find an adequate tool for our time to provide tools for presenting information in the educational process. To achieve this goal, methods are used to analyze theoretical and historical prerequisites, system analysis, dialectical analysis and synthesis. As a result of the research, specific target and content features of imaging systems were revealed. For the first time, the concept of adaptive tools of modern forms of representation of graphic information based on an ensemble of methods for resolving contradictions has been introduced. This concept allows us to coordinate personality-oriented and invariant (universal) representations. This concept, taking into account the epistemological and axiological components of the systems of graphical forms of information representation, reflects the universal values that will become the benchmark of activity. These values will act as meaning-significant goals of the individual, in the direction of which all abilities and forces of the subject of cognition will be summed up.