-isms in Art History

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  • Tamptation of St. Anthony

    Tamptation of St. Anthony
    Paul Cezanne
  • Country road in provience by night

    Country road in provience by night
    Vicent Van Gogh
  • Les Demoiselles D'Avignon

    Les Demoiselles D'Avignon
    said to be a great contrabution to the cubism movement
  • The City Rises

    The City Rises
    by Umberto Boccioni
  • Suprematism

  • Aucassin and Nicolette

    Aucassin and Nicolette
    Charles Demuth
  • Persistence of Memory

    Persistence of Memory
  • Compostition number 10

    Compostition number 10
    Piet Mondrian
  • The Dinner Party

    The Dinner Party
    Judy Chicago
  • Fire island unset

    Fire island unset
    by Jacob Collins
  • German's Pavillon

    German's Pavillon
    Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
  • New York Palace

    New York Palace
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    Feb 21, 1527
    Feb 21, 1580


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    Art that breaks the rules. Artifice over nature
    Artist of the time; Tintoretto, El Greco, Pontormo, Bronzino, Cellini
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    Jan 1, 1550

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    Learn MoreArt that recaptures Greco-Roman grace and grandeur.
    GReat Artist of the time; David, Ingres, Greuze, Canova
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    The triumph of imagination and individuality
    Great artist of the time; Caspar Friedrich, Gericault, Delacroix, Turner, Benjamin West
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    a combination of a single work of elements from different historical styles
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    Celebrating working class and peasants
    Great artists; Corot, Courbet, Daumier, Millet
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    a movement where women wanted to show they had what it took to gain equailty in the modern day society
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    movement that dentoes the style and philosophy of the art produced during the era
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    A soft revolt against Impressionism
    Artists; Van Gogh, Gauguin, Cézanne, Seurat
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    a movement when artist painted what they wanted and to test the ability of the viewer to look at art
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    Fauvism and Expressionism

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    Harsh colors and flat surfaces emotion distorting form
    Great Artists; Matisse, Kirchner, Kandinsky, Marc
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    art work based on the image of what the futur shall come to be
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    was an art movement focused on fundamental geometric forms
    Great artists; Kasimir Malevich
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    Ridiculous art; painting dreams and exploring the unconscious using juxtaposition.
    Great artists; Duchamp, Dalí, Ernst, Magritte, de Chirico, Kahlo. Manray
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    new way to express the life of the modern world
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    also known as Cubist Realism, was an artistic movement that emerged in the United States after World War I and was at its height during the inter-War period.
    Great Artists; Elsie Driggs, Francis Criss, Charles Demuth, Edward Hopper, Charles Sheeler, Herman Trunk
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    Abstract Expressionism

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    Post–World War II: pure abstraction and expression without form; popular art absorbs consumerism
    Great artists; Gorky, Pollock, de Kooning, Rothko, Warhol, Lichtenstein
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    Classical Realism

    art movement that valued the beauty and skill of life
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    Various forms of art and design
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    Art without a center and reworking and mixing past styles.
    Great Artists; Gerhard Richter, Cindy Sherman, Anselm Kiefer, Frank Gehry, Zaha Hadid
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    a movement regarding the enviromental conservation and improvement of the health of the enviroment
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    Consumerism is a social and economic order based on fostering a desire to purchase goods and services in even greater amounts.