Card Set Information
Art movements revision
'Rebirth' Began in Italy after the middle ages. Named after it's renewed interest in ancient Greek and Roman culture, science, and the study of human beings.
Leonardo da Vinci
Style famous for it's swirling curves, many ornate elements and dramatic contrasts of light and shade. Artists use this to express strong emotions and energy
Andre de Pozzo
Based on the interest in the ideals of ancient Greek and Roman art. Based on the serious aspects in life such as beauty, courage, sacrifice and love of Country.
A style against Neo-Classism. Focussed on dramatic action, exotic settings, adventures, imaginary events, faraway places and strong feelings
Shows objects as the eye sees them
Emphasises the views on a subject at a particular moment, and the effects of sunlight on the colours
Placing small dots of colour side by side
Various styles used such as basic structures, emotionally strong brush strokes and intense colour
A style Based on the use of curved, plant-like forms, especially the linear qualities of vines
Painters using brilliant colours and bold distortions "Wild Beasts"
Shows Motion and speed by mechanical rhythms and with brilliant lights and bright colour
Subject matter is broken up and jumbled and then put back together again
Shows a definite strong mood or feeling. Created mostly in Germany, usually scared or frightened
'The Bridge' Bold, expressionistic style. Often borrowing design ideas from art created
The spiritual and expressive meanings of colour in painting. "The blue Rider"
DER BLAUE REITER
Abstract based on vertical and horizontal flat areas, and the
colours with black, white and grey
German art school. aimed at an emotional effect
Work based on chance. Use readily made objects to produce new art forms, criticising contemporary culture
Morphing the unconsciousness with the consciousness. Symbolical significance of objects within the subconsciousness
Non-geometric abstract art
Based on pop culture. bright colours