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Art Movements

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Description
Movement
Movement that saw the revival of classical styles and anatomically correct figures.
Renaissance
Movement that emphasized extravagance and emotion.
Baroque
Movement that started in France that is characterized by lightness, elegance, and exuberant uses of curving natural forms in ornamentation.
Rococo
Movement distinguished by its classic-looking subjects, minimal use of color, attention to lines and symmetry, and clear definition of forms and figures.
Neoclassicism
Movement that mainly looked into the spiritual side of humanity, sharing an essence of the natural world and the value of personal freedom and expression.
Romanticism
Movement rejecting earlier subjects for depicting real, everyday life.
Realism
Movement started by artists painting outside. Characterized by the capturing of the transient presence of sunlight and movement.
Impressionism
Movement that had the same technique as the above, but left behind the spontaneous and naturalistic rendering of light and movement.
Postimpressionism
Movement that presented the world from a subjective point of view.
Expressionism
Movement characterized by long sinuous lines, seeking to make luxurious art by returning to nature. Often was used in posters.
Art Nouveau
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Movement
Movement characterized by its two dimensional form and geometric shapes.
Cubism
Movement characterized by the power of machines and the restless energy of modern life.
Futurism
"Anti-War" Movement that refused to follow anything set by the bourgeois society. Works satirical in nature.
Dadaism/Dada
Movement exploring the inner workings of the mind.
Surrealism
School of art characterized by abstract styles, geometric shapes, and non-historical, non-mythical, and non-emotional aesthetics.
Bauhaus
American movement consisting of Action Painters and Color Field Painters.
Abstract Expressionism
Movement that used mundane items from mass media imaginatively. Often used repetition and color change.
Pop Art
Movement that embraced art as almost a separate reality. "What you see is what you see."
Minimalism
The Art of Today. Art that is often ridiculed by the public for its absurdity. Often more about ideas than aesthetics.
Contemporary Art
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