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Art Movements

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A style developed in the mid-20th century. It emphasized form and color rather than an actual subject. Abstract Expressionism
A form of art and architecture that was popular in Europe in the 17th and early 18th centuries. Baroque art was very ornate, dramatic and realistic. The Palace of Versailles near Paris is considered to be the greatest example of baroque architecture. Baroque
A style of art that stressed basic abstract geometric forms and often presented the subject from many angles at the same time. Cubism
Expressionist painters interpreted things around them in exaggerated, distorted and emotional ways. Expressionism
A style developed in France during the late 19th century. The impressionists tried to capture an immediate visual interpretation of their subjects by using color rather than lines. Impressionism
Abstract Expressionism
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