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  1. A readymade is defined as
    Humanization of the work of art
  2. Movements that influenced Duchamp
    Impressionism and cubism
  3. Degenerate Art is
    Art the did not accord with Nazi politics and ideologies
  4. Frottage is defined as
    A surrealist painting technique for finding textures and incorporating them into artwork
    • The Meeting.
    • Jean-Honore Fragonard
    • Rococo
    • 1771-73.
    • Oil/C
    • An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump
    • Joseph Wright
    • Neoclassicism
    • 1768.
    • Oil/C
    • The Swing
    • Jean-Honoré Fragonard
    • Rococo
    • 1766.
    • Oil/C
    • Oath of the Horatti.
    • Neoclassicism
    • Jacques Louis-David.
    • 1784-85. Oil/C
    • The Nightmare.
    • John Henry Fuseli,
    • Romanticism
    • 1781
    • Oil/C
    • Olympia.
    • Edouard Manet.
    • Realism
    • 1863
    • Oil/C
    • Raft of the Medusa.
    • Théodore Gericault,
    • Romanticism
    • 1818-19, Oil/C
    • Le Dejeuner Sur L’Herbe
    • Edouard Manet
    • Realism
    • 1863
    • Oil/C
    • Third of May 1808.
    • Francisco Goya.
    • Romanticism
    • 1814-15. Oil/C
    • The Stone Breakers.
    • Gustave Courbet.
    • Realism
    • 1849. Oil/C.
    • Destroyed in WWII
  5. Most important characteristic of cubism
    portrays an object from a variety of points of view
  6. Statue of liberty was inspired by
    sculptures such as the Colossus of Rhodes
  7. Seven spikes of the statue of liberty represent
    Seven continents in the world
  8. symbolists rejected
    material world and rationalism
    • Impressionism
    • Sunrise.
    • Claude Monet.
    • 1872
    • The Starry Night.
    • Vincent van Gogh
    • Post Impressionism
    • 1889.
    • Oil/C.
    • Moulin de la Galette.
    • Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
    • Impressionism
    • 1876
    • Oil/C
    • Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.
    • Georges Seurat.
    • Post Impressionism
    • 1884
  9. Differnece between Impressionism and Post Impressionism
    Impressionism, the paintings were done of quick movements in nature often showing the way light changes though out a day.

    Post-Impressionism reveals A freely expressive use color and form to decribe emotions or movement.

    The work of the Post-Impressionists reveals a freely expressive use of color and form. They left out certain features of impressionism, such as the study of the effects of light and. the visional customs of Naturalism.
  10. Differnce between Rococo and neoclassicism
    The Neoclassical style was a reaction against Rococo. The Neoclassical style became the style most closely associated with the revolutionary movements of the time.

    Neoclassical is very elegant and tragic while Rococo is lustful
  11. Romanticism vs realism
    Realists did not like how Romanticists ignored the reality of industrial life.
    • Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.
    • Pablo Picasso
    • Cubism
    • Oil/C.
    • 1907
    • Man with a Guitar.
    • Georges Braque
    • Cubism
    • Composition No. 10 in Black and White (Pier and Ocean) 1915
    • Piet Mondrian.
    • Russian supreatism

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