Movement When Where
Julia Margaret Cameron
The use or creation of pictures or visual images
a movement or technique in photography emphasizing artificial often romanticized Pictorial qualities
Used as representation of people and historical events
1870 - 1890
A theory or style of painting originating and developed in France during the 1870s, Characterized by concentration on the immediate visual impression produced by a scene The use of unmixed primary colours and small strokes to simulate actual reflected light.
1880 – 1890
Paintings made of small, distinct dots of pure paint.
Dots of unmixed colour are juxtaposed on a white ground so that from a distance they fuse in the viewer's eye into appropriate intermediate tones Also called divisionism.
1880 - 1905
A late 19th-century reaction to Impressionism,
Emphasizing on one hand the emotional aspect of painting and on the other a return to formal structure The first led to Expressionism; the second, to Cubism.
1890 - 1910
Subtle light, feminine figures, fluent dresses, geometric details, colorful new shapes. Decorative art form, consumer mentality instead of necessity. A style of decoration and architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, characterized particularly by the depiction of leaves and flowers in flowing, sinuous lines. Marry art with industry
1890 - 1934
Sought to express emotions rather than to represent external reality Characterized by the use of symbolism and of exaggeration and distortion Emphasized subjective expression of the artist's inner experiences.
1900 - 1920
Intense colour to describe light and space
Communication of artist’s emotional state
An early-20th-century movement in painting begun by a group of French artists and marked by the use of bold, often distorted forms and vivid colours.
1907 - 1915
Ignored traditional perspective, showing many views of an object at once Drew on other cultures, Africa in particular.
Characterized by the reduction and fragmentation of natural forms into abstract, often geometric structures usually rendered as a set of discrete planes
1909 - 1914
Replace traditional aesthetic values with the characteristics of the machine age Form to the dynamism and speed of industrial technology.
Capture in painting the movement, force, and speed of modern industrial life by the simultaneous representation of successive aspects of forms in motion.
1910 - 1913
Pure lyrical abstraction
Expression and significance of sensation
Form and colour to communicate meaning
Der Blaue Reiter
1911 - 1914
Finding spiritual truths
Believed in changeability, new ideas and mixing spirit and art. Utopia
1913 - 1935
Geometric forms of abstract painting.
Non-representational forms of pure abstraction
A form of pure cubist art, launched in Russia in 1913, and based on the principle that paintings should be composed only of rectangles, circles, triangles, or crosses
1916 - 1922
Aimed to offend traditionalists
Illustrating absurdity through paintings of purposeless machines and collages of discarded materials Expressed their cynicism about conventional ideas of form and their rejection of traditional concepts of beauty Random chance,...
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