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Forms of Art

*Renaissance the pleasures and enjoyment of the physical world. remembrance of individuals, egoism, common man, renaissance man
Humanism (Individualism) natural color, atomic details, 3-d perspective, realism, chiaroscuro, common man portraits, exploration of the human body. filled with emotion.
humanism sculptural + archit neoclassical style of Greco Roman. symmetry human body; columns, arches, domes
*Absolutism/ counter reformation the creation of the Council of Trent and renewed faith of Catholicism through baroque art
Baroque engage the viewer physically and emotionally . imperfect, grotesque, absurd. "spiritual art" meant to overpower the senses
*Enlightenment ideas of reason, nature can be controlled and predicted, happiness, progress, liberty, toleration
Rococo elegance, pleasantness, and frivolity. lighthearted and light-colored pastels. architecture highly decorated
*Romanticism French Revolution. a reacion against the enlightenment. Writers made people aware of their common heritage. national feelings sparked nationalist movements.
Neoclassical key figures portrayed as classical hereos, the values of self-sacrifice, devotion to the state, Greek and Roman ideals
Romantic Artists Jacques-Louis David portait of Napoleon, the death of Marat, the oath of the horatii; Delacroix "Lady Leading Liberty"
*Industrial Revolution focused on the daily concerns of real people such as workers and peasants at the height of the Industrial Revolution with the poor working and living conditions
Realism Art the revolutions of 1848 were a total failure. against romantic values of fantasy and nationism. caputured the cruel part of life and reality. the polution...
Literature Dostoyevsky "Crime and Punishment" Dickens "Hard Times" Flaubert "Madam Bovary"
Modernism paintings show the point of reality as subjective. the painter portrays what he feels
Impressionism 1920s away from realism, the expression of how the world is seen and not how it is. Monet showed the passage of time and movement of light
post Impressionism the nontraditional dots and experimentation of color
Dada political art, anti-war
Surrealism the unconscious mind revealed as in dreams and fantasies
Abstract non-art looking of the 1960s
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