Period: May 1, 1100 to
Gothic art through to MInamilism
Jan 1, 1150
Gothic ArtGothic art is increasing neutralism in the shape and posture of figures, colour, pattern and allowing more interpritation.
Gothic art started in the 13th century through to the 15th.
Jan 1, 1300
The Early RenaissanceA period of artistic development in Italy when art changed from the Byzantine and Gothic traditions.
It's a more 'in depth' type of art.
Jan 1, 1375
International GothicAn elegant, detailed and decorarive style.
International Gothic is a term used to describe the transition of styles across Northern Europe and Italy.
Jan 1, 1420
The Northern RenaissanceThe Northern Renaissance was art forms of north and west Europe during the Italian Renaissance.
The main focus was with oils and generally were portraits or self-portraits.
Jan 1, 1480
The High RenaissanceThe High Renaissance was a time of rebirth for the Ancient Greek and Rome art.
Jan 1, 1520
MannerismMannerism is a 20th century term that's used to describe exaggerated styles of art developed from the end of the High Renaissance.
Mannerism is focused on beuty and 'truth of nature'.
Baroque ArtBaroque art generally depict violent action, religious events, mystical themes and historical subjects.
It spread throughout Europe during the 17th century and was a reaction against Mannerism.
Dutch ArtDutch art is famous for it's still lifes of landscapes, people and objects.
Dutch art generally avoids scenes that would cause discussion in religious groups.
Rococo ArtRococo art reffers to a style of decoration designed with swirls and scrolls.
Rococo was a decorative responce to the realism of Barque art.
and is most often seen as elegant and refined.
NeoclassicismNeoclassicism was a reaction against Rococo.
It was the age of political, religious, culture and revolution.
Inspired by discoveries, Neoclassicism featured historical events.
RomanticismRomanticism valued expression of emotion above all else.
This was achieved by depicting scenes of emotional value.
RealismRealism is a French style of painting depicting everyday objects in life.
It reflects the truth of people and objects in their natrual environment.
The Pre-RaphaelitesThe Pre-Raphaelites were a brotherhood of English artists who created a style of art between Realism and Symbolism.
ImpressionismA colourful style of painting analysing the effects of colour and light in nature.
It focuses on where the light and shadow hit, adding layers and layers of varying colours to create shadow.
The brush strokes are applyed in tiny brushes with patience.
FauvismFauvism is a happy style of painting, with it's bold and varying colours.
It developed in France at the beginning of the 20th century.
This style believed that colours should be used at their best to depict the artists feelings on the subject.
German ExpressionismGerman Expressionism is full of expression and feeling for the world.
They mostly drew inspiration from German gothic (or primitive art).
German ExpressionismGerman Expressionism is depicted with emotional and spiritual versions of the world.
They drew inspiration from German Gothic art (also known as primitive art).
Abstract ArtAbstract art depicts something that is more than line, colour, texture, form (etc).
Abstract art is rendom, yet it depicts the artists feelings clearly (most of the time).
CubismCubism was the first abstract style of modern art.
It depicts many different views of one object all shown at the same time.
FuturismFuturism is a style that celebrates modernery.
In Futurism, the subject generally seems to move around the artist.
Illustrations, colour and line are most often shown with tiny lines much like sound waves.
ConstructivismConstructivism is a Utopiam glance at Suprematism.
It's colour and pattern design are much the same.
However, this style was eventually repressed and replaced by Socialist Realism.
SuprematismSuprematism was a geometric design based on Cubism.
The style is purely abstract usually depicting images of objects.
This style is often very refined and precise, more so than Cubism.
DadaDada art was a form of artistic feelings or anarchy from digust of social, political and cultual estblishments.
Dada art focused on destroying the artistic values and being generally ;anti-art'.
De StijjlDe Stijl was a Dutch style of painting.
Generally refined to a grid of lines and primary colours.
Vertical and Horizontal lines were a big part of the style.
SurrealismSurrealism was a positive responce to Dada's negativity.
It's artistic aim was to tap into the subconcious mind and often mix humour into their works.
Abstract ExpressionAbstract Expression was the first style of American art to be realised on a globl scale.
It's an expressive art and focuses on colour and hidden meaning.
Pop ArtPop art was colourful and young, with bold colours and mainly about objects.
It's style was encouraged by Elvis and The Beatles, who had merchandise of them made in Pop art.
MinimalismMinimalism was only a reaction against the expressivness of Abstract Expressionism.
It could use any colours (mainly primary) and focused on shapes.
Op ArtOp art is short for 'OPtical art'.
It focuses on images that trick the eye at first glance.
Any colours and styles were used, so long as the mind was confused.