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Art Movement

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Morgan Thomas

on 25 April 2013

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Art Movement Abstract Expressionism 1940- 1960 Characteristics Shows no subject
Bright colors
Express feelings
spontaneous Movement and Development The Great depression lead to artists wanting to express their feelings into paintings. They used bright colors to try to lighten the depressing mood :) By Morgan Thomas Oil on canvas, 68 inches x 104 inches. The Museum of Modern Art, New York City. Number 1A
Jackson Pollock Abstract Expressionist , 1953, 26 x 19 in Autumn Sky by Audrey Flack The Poetess By: Joan Mire Oil painting, 20 x 16 inches Neoclassical 1750-1880 Characteristics Linear
Cool colors
Sharp outlines
Deliberate composition Major Development During the neoclassical time, Marketing became a big interest in many people trying to make a profit. The Death of Socrates by: Jacques-Louis David Oil painting on canvas, 1787 Terracotta Warrior by Claude Michel 18th century; Clodion; Rome, Italy Lady in Turkish by Angelica Kauffman Oil on Canvas,
1781 Diana and Cupid by Pompeo Girolamo Batoni Oil on canvas 1761 Cubism 1908-1960 Characteristics realistic objects made abstract
Lack of emotion
Multi Perspective Major Development Photography was developed during this time Artillery
by Roger de la Fresnaye 1911, oil on canvas The Bargeman
by Fernand Legar 1918, oil on canvas Violin and Playing cards by Juan Gris Oil on canvas, 1927 Credits www.buzzle.com
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