Modern art began with Impressionism.
Many artists of that period wanted to get rid of the ossification of painting form and style before the start of the movement.
This kind of strict and formal style of painting is almost always painted in the studio, because such a tradition was established in Paris during the period of many art-specific institutions.
Modern canvas art painters choose to stay away from this kind of control and begin to draw canvases outside the paintings under natural or open lights.
The artists chose the theme of painting as daily life scenes and landscapes. Claude Monet and Renoir are well-known painters of this era.