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Art Movement Project

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Chentian Jiang

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It was modern art that did not follow "traditional" forms of art. Art Movement Project By: Hanne and Chentian Ancient Art Classical Art Medieval Art Gothic Art Renaissance Rococco Romanticism Symbolism Impressionism Fauvism Art deco Expressionism De Stijl Dada Surrealism Abstract Expressionism Pop Art Minimalism Post-modernism Baroque Neo-classicism Arts and Crafts Realism Post-impressionism Art Noveau Modernism Bauhaus Cubism Futurism Constructivism Harlem Renaissance Op Art Neo-expressionism 30,000 BC - c. 400 AD (No Artists) Refers to the many types of art that were in the cultures of ancient societies, such as those of ancient China, India, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome. It was an ancient art, so it looked very rusty and old. It refers to the many types of art that were in the cultures of ancient societies, such as those of ancient China, India, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece and Rome.
The art looked very rusty and old. 480 BC - 323 BC It was a Greek and Roman art movement. Anton Raffael Mengs: Johan Joachaim Winckelman: It is classified into many periods and styles, such as Early Christian art, Migration Period art, Byzantine art, Insular art, Pre-Romanesque and Romanesque art, and Gothic art, as well as many other periods within this style. 300 AD - 1500 AD Fra Angelico/ Guido di Pietro: Giotto/ Giotto di Bone: “Noli Me Tangere” “San Marco Altarpiece” 1100 - 1450 It came from Italy and fastly spread all around europe.
This art was not colorful, and it started first with sculptures. Andrea Pisano: Andre Beauneveu: Renaissance art is the painting, sculpture and decorative arts of the period of European history known as the Renaissance.
It emerged as a distinct style in Italy. 1400 - 1600 Leonardo da Vinci: Sandro Botticelli: “Mona Lisa” “Detail Madonna” This was not a colorful art. Only black, white, brown and some soft colors were used. 1600 - 1800 Alexander Cooper: Jan Griffier: This style was highly dominated by the feminine taste and influence. 1700 - 1760 Francois Boucher: William Hogarth: “The Marquise de Pompadour” “Mary Edwards” Neoclassic artists used classical forms to express their ideas about courage, sacrifice, and love of country. 1750 - 1830 Jacques-Louis David: Antonio Canova: “Napoleon Crossing the Saint Bernard” “The Three Graces Dancng” Romanticism shows individualism, subjectisism, irrationalism, imagination, emotions and nature. 1800 - 1850 George Stubbs: Sir Edwin Landseer: “Bay Horse and White Dog” “A Newfoundland Dog and an Irish Terrier by a Stream” It is a soft art, and it has lots of nice patterns. The colors are not bright; they are more soft.
Arts and crafts was used most for wallpapers and designs. 1860 - 1900 Detmar Blow: Kate Bunce: It is the use of symbols to concentrate or intensify meaning in the art. 1880 - 1895 Realism artists paint familiar scenes and events as they actually looked. 1850 - 1880 Gustave Moreau: Gustave Klimt: “The Dead Poet Borne by a Centaur” “The Tree of Life” Gustave Courbet: Honore Daumier: “Self Portrait” “Third Class Carriage” Paintings include small, thin, yet visible brush strokes and emphasis on the light in the painting.
The paintings were usually of what the artist actually saw in his/ her everyday life. 1863 - 1886 Claude Monet: Frédéric Bazille: “Impression: soleil levant” (Impression: Sunrise) “Family reunion” Post-impressionism is the term coined by the British artist and art critic Roger Fry to describe the development of French art. 1885 - 1905 Georges Seurat: Vincent van Gogh: "Starry Night" “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” Art Noevau means ‘new art’. It was a feminine art and there were often women in the paintings. Sculptures and furnitures were also made 1880 - 1910 Edouard Colonna: 1890 - 1940 1898 - 1908 Coming from the French word fauve, meaning "wild animals," Fauvism rejected traditional painting and sculpture ideals and emphasized on modern concepts, especially machines and motion.
It was a French art. 1905 - 1945 It came from Germany.
This is an art where the artist could move beyond the limitation of an object.
It was a crazy and cool art. 1906 - 1916 It was founded in Italy.
This was a very colorful art. It was a unique and colorful art. 1907 - 1920 It originated in Russia.
It was a simple art with a lot of lines and simple colors. 1913 - 1930 Dada was a culture movement that began in Zurich.
Dada art pictures were like collages. 1916 - 1924. It was a dutch art movement.
It was an art with the primary colors: blue,red and yellow.
It was also a simple art. 1917 - 1931 There was a school named Bauhaus in Germany that started this art movement.
Bauhaus was founded by Walter Gropius.
Bauhause was a cool art with many cool shapes. 1919 - 1933 1920 - 1935 Art deco was an art that could be used as decoration.
The spire of the Chrysler Building is a good example of art deco. It uses visual imagery from the mind to create art without the intention of logical comprehensibility. 1924 - 1955 1940 - 1955 1920-1960 1958 - 1975 1950 - 1965 1960 - 1975 1970 - 1990 1975 - present time (it has not ended) This movement was from New York, Harlem.
The paintings were colorful, and there were mostly happy people in them It was applied to the American art by the art critic Robert Coates.
It was an informal and spontaneous art, and you could paint whatever you felt like. It is also known as optical art, which is a style of visual art that makes use of optical illusions. Pop art removes the material from its context and singles out the object, or combines it with other objects.
It makes others thoughtfully observe the art. It describes movements in various forms of art where the work shows its most fundamental/ simple features. It is a style of modern painting in which the artist draws in a rough and violently emotional way using vivid colours. Post-modernism is understood as a perspective.
It often uses critical theory. Timeline Paul Cezanne: Edouard Manet: “Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from the Bibémus Quarry” “Un Bar aux Folies-Bergère” Marcel Duchamp: "Portrait of Chess Player" Rene Magritte: “Le Faux Miroir” (The False Mirror) Bridget Riley: Heinz Mack: “Movement in Squares” “Folium Argentum” Frank Stella: Ellsworth Kelly: “Sunset Beach” “Colors on a grid, Screenprint” Jasper Johns: Joseph Beuys: “Three Flags” “I like America and America likes me” (from a performance) Richard Hamilton: Andy Warhol: “Just What Is It That Makes Today’s Homes so Different, So Appealing?” “Marilyn Monroe” Julian Schnabel: David Salle: “Hope” “Satori Three Inches within Your Heart” (No name given) "The Chap-Book" William H Bradley: Karel Appel: "Wild Horse Rider" Edvard Munch: "Scream" Pablo Picasso: "Woman with a flower" "Still Life Pitchers" George Braque: John Heartfield: (No name found) Marcel Duchamp: "Óleo sobre tela" "sailing" Josef Albers: "Homeage to the square'" Aaron Douglas: "Into Bondage" Lois Mailou Jones: "Tribal Dancing" William Baziotes: "Sea Phantoms" Norman Bluhm: (Untitled) Andre Derain: "The Thames and Tower Bridge" Albert Marquet: "Le Havre" "Speed of a moter cycle" Giacomo Balla: David Burliuk: "Ukrainians" Lyonel Feininger: Naum Gabo: "Galore" Antoine Pevsner: "Developable Surface" Theo Van Doesburg: Piet Mondrian: "Composition VIII" (No name found) Rene Lalique: "Medusa" Leon Bakst: "The Fire Bird" (No Names) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impressionism
http://www.artmovements.co.uk/home.htm (most of the links)
http://wwar.com/masters/movements/dadaism.html Information Sources (No names found) (No names found) (No names found) (No names found)
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