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Hannah Lamar

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Impressionism 1870's-1890's AD Monet  

Thick stroke, contrast of colors,

focus on light.


Post Impressionism 1880-1990 AD Van Gogh  

Used color and divisionist ideas; Used dashed brushstrokes

Expressionism 1900-1920 AD Goya   Weightless figures; dreamlike atmosphere
Fauvism 1990-1920 AD Matisse   Wild brush work and strident colours, while their subject matter had a high degree of simplification and abstraction
Cubism 1907-1914 AD Picasso
Represents all the surfaces of depicted objects in a single picture plane, as if the objects had had all their faces visible at the same time
Dada 1916-1922 AD Dali   Imitated Cubism
Bauhaus 1920's-1940's AD Kandinsky   An institute established in 1919 by Gropius from the old Weimar Academy of Fine Arts and the Weimar School of Arts and Crafts
Harlem Resistance 1920's-1940's AD Bearden   The creation of art and literature would serve to "uplift" the African American race
Surrealism 1920's-1940's AD Kahlo   Surrealism would advocate the idea that ordinary and depictive expressions are vital and important, but that the sense of their arrangement must be open to the full range of imagination
International Style 1920's-1940's  AD      
Abrstract Expressionism 1945-1960 AD      
Op Art 1960's AD      
Pop Art 1960's AD      
Minimal Art 1960's AD      
New Realism 1970's-1980's AD      
Conceptual Art 1970's-1980's AD      
Performance Art 1970's-1980's AD      
Neo-Expressionism 1980's-1990's AD      
Computer Art 1980's-1990's AD      
Post-Modern Classicism 1980's-1990's AD      
Victorian Revival 1980's-1990's AD      


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