Art Movements MAT

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  1. Abstract Expressionism
    • mid 1900s
    • opposed formalism
    • Arshile Gorky (founder)
  2. Cubism
    • early 1900s
    • large monochromatic planes
    • Pablo Picasso and George Braque
  3. Early Renaissance art
    • 1400-1480 Italy
    • approximate reality in form, space, color
  4. Earth Art
    • 1960s
    • art in nature
    • Robert Smithson
    • Spiral Jetty in Utah
  5. Expressionism
    • 1900s
    • shocking/daring themes...sharp contrast of colors/shapes, bold brushwork, arbitrary color, harshly unreal drawing
  6. Futurism
    • 1900s
    • Motion to Cubism
    • Umberto Boccioni
    • Orpheus
  7. Gothic Style
    • 1590-1750
    • northern France, western Europe later
    • Gothic cathedrals such as Notre Dame in Paris
  8. High Renaissance
    • 1500-1580
    • Central Italy
    • spatial depth and harmony, natural proportions, graceful poses
  9. Impressionism
    • 1860-1875
    • photography false to the psych, fascination with trasnformations wrought by light on natural objects, surfaces, atmospheric spaces
  10. Mannerism
    nervous, spaceless, crowded with twisting, turbulent figures, unnaturally lengthened
  11. Minimal Art
    • 1960s
    • Simple objects without meaning
    • Donald Judd:Untitled, seven galvanized quadrangular cubes of iron
  12. Neo-classicism
    • 1775-1825
    • Baroque in abhorrence
    • a return to discipline in form drawing and composition
  13. Paleolithic art
    • Old Stone Age 30,000-10,000BCE
    • Cave art
  14. Performance Art
    • theatrics with art
    • first performer Allan Kaprow:18 Happenings in 6 Parts
  15. Photo-Realism
    • 1980s
    • Pic painted via airbrush from a photo slid projected on canvas with a banal subject.
    • Richard Estes-Hotel Empire-oil on canvas
  16. Pop Art
    • 1960s
    • wit, anti-aestheticism, positive nihilism
  17. Op Art
    (Optical Art)
    • 1960
    • optical illusion of depth, mass, motion
    • Richard Anuszkiewicz-Trinity
  18. Post-Impressionism
    • 1880-1890
    • bright palette with unique personal stye of each painter
  19. Process Art
    • 1960
    • any shapeless and impermanent material
  20. Realism
    • 1825-1870
    • lowered tone of color/action/emotion; prioritized vision
  21. Rococo
    soft, vague, voluptuous
  22. Romanticism
    • 1780-1825
    • sublime, picturesque
  23. Surrealism
    • 1930
    • illogic Freudian principles
    • "actual" processes of thought

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