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• Classical 400 BC-200 AD

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• Gothic 1100-1400
Characteristics:
Describes the style of European architecture & sculpture.
Rooted in religious devotion, known for the distinctive arched design of its churches.
Exclusively religious art.
Lent tangible power to the growing power of the church in Rome.

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Amber House

Rococo 1700’s
Characteristics:
Developed in the early 18th century as a reaction against the grandeur symmetry of the Baroque.
Light, elaborate, and decorative style of art.
Associated with the reign on King Louis XV.
Eventually replaced with Neoclassicism.
Expressionism 1905-1925
Characteristics:
Artists employed swirling, swaying, and exaggerated brushstrokes.
Artist attempt to depict subjective emotions and responses.
Inherited from certain Medieval art forms.
Expressionist substitute reality for what they feel is the real meaning.

Surrealism 1920-1930
Characteristics:
A literary and art movement, dedicated to expressing the imagination as revealed in dreams, free of the conscious control of reason and convention.
The movement’s principal aim was ‘to resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality into an absolute reality, a super-reality’.
Shaped by emerging theories on our perception of reality
Byzantine 350 -450 AD
Characteristics:
Byzantine art is almost entirely concerned with religious expression.
Evolved through the stylization and standardization of late classical forms of Early Christian art, was based on the dynamic of lines and flat areas of color rather than form.
Byzantine forms were spread by trade and conquest to Italy and Sicily.
Became formative influences on Italian Renaissance art.
• Classical 400 BC-200 AD
Characteristics:
Classical art seems to be formal and restrained
It is a specific genre expressing itself in literature, architecture, and art.
Was a recurrent tendency in the Late Antique period.
It can mean excellence, high artistic quality, and conservatism.
Artist of this time:
Marco Benefal
Major Development of this time:
Intensified interest in Greek and Roman culture and classical standards were reinstated.
Artist of this time:
Simone Martini
Major Development:
Linked to the rise in Gothic architecture.
Artist of this time:
Jean-Honore Fragonard.
Major Development:
Architecture, sculpture, interior design, furniture, fabrics and other things were subsumed with a elegant prettiness.
Artist of this time:
Georges Rouault
Major Developments:
Announced new standards in the creation and judgment of art
Artist of this time:
Salvador Dali
Major Developments:
the idea of non-linear thought and non-linear creation.
Artist of this time:
Guido da Siena
"Annunciation"
"The Temptation of Saint Anthony"
"The Old King"
"The Progress of Love: Love Letters"
"The Miracle of the Child Attacked and Rescued by Augustine Novella"
"The Vision of St. Philip Neri"
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