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Timeline of art movements from the 19th to 20th century

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by William Bird on 3 June 2013

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Transcript of Timeline of art movements from the 19th to 20th century

Romanticism Originated in Europe in the late 18th century going through to the 1840s, and was a revolt against Aristocrats, and had a profound effect on politics. Eugène Delacroix
George Stubbs
John Martin Romantics Realism Realism beginning in France in 1850 going throughto 1890
it is based on beautiful paintings and distinguished brush strokes. "Reality exists independently of observers." Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
William Dyce
Gustave Courbet
Henry H. La Thangue Realist artists Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement Their exhibitions made them well known during the 1870s and 1880s. The name of the style derives from the title of a Claude Monet work, Impression.
It includes very small, thin brush strokes. Impressionism Claude Monet
Alfred Sissley
Camille Pissaro Impressionists Starting around 1880's and finishing around 1910's it is describing the
development of Claude Monets work. Using distinct colours with thick layers of paint and distinctive brush strokes. Henri Rousseau
Paul Cézanne
Vincent Van Gogh Post-Impressionists Post-Impressionisms Symbolism a late 19th century art development of French, Russian and Belgian origin. It is related to the gothic style of romanticism.
Symbolism was largely created against realism and naturalism as it is based on imagination. Symbolism Mikhail Nesterov
Fernand Knopff's
Leon Bakst Symbolists Modernistic movement, originating in Germany in the 20th century,
and was developed as an avent garde style. the emphasis on individual perspective is thought to be a reation to positivism. Expressionism Edvard Munch
Egon Shiele
Charles Blackman Expressionists Started in the first decade of the 1900s comes from the french for the wild beasts (les Fauves) a short lived group of the 20th century Fauvism 1800 2000 Henri Matisse
Andre Derain
Kees van Dongen Fauvists Early 20th century art movement by Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque etc,
which revolutionized european scultures and painting.
The three dimensional form in which cubsim was lead by. Objects are broken down, analysed and then reassembled by the artists. Cubism Pablo Picasso
Georges Braque
Paul Cezanne Cubists An eclectic art design style, that began in 1920's Paris and flourished in
World War 2, the style influenced all styles, such aas architecture, interior design, fashion, jewellery and industrial design. Art Deco Léon Eugène Arnal
Claud Beelman
Carl Breer Art Deco Artists An american post world war II movement that was the first internationally recognised American movement.
The movements name comes from the combination of Expressionist self denial with intense emotional themes. Abstract Expressionism Jackson Pollock
James Brooks
Barnett Newman
Seymour Lipton Abstract Expressionists
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