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Famous artists and some of their more notable peices

QuestionAnswerAnswer
Vincent Van Gogh -The Starry Night -Sunflowers Post-Impressionist (vivid, but arbitrary colors;geometric and distorted forms)
Claude Monet -Springtime -Water Lillies Impressionism (emphasis on light, ordinary subject matter, unusual visual angles)
Andy Warhol -Campbell's Soup Cans -Marilyn Pop Art (challenges fine art with pop culture;subjects with unrelated materials)
Salvador Dali -The Persistence of Memory -Apparition of Face and Fruit Dish on a Beach Surrealist (element of surprise or unexpected juxtapositions)
Henri Matisse -Woman with a Hat -The Dessert: Harmony in Red Fauvism (rejects impressionism with strong color over realistic values)
Edgar Degas -L'Absinthe -Dance Class at the Opera Impressionism (emphasis on light, ordinary subject matter, unusual visual angles)
Paul Cezanne -Rideau, Cruchon et Compotier -The Card Players Post-Impressionism (vivid, but arbitrary colors;geometric and distorted forms)
Rembrandt -The Night Watch -The Sampling Officials Baroque (exaggerated motion and detail, dramatic)
Michelangelo -The Creation of Adam -David (sculpture) High Renaissance (ideal of human grandeur;clingy fabric, exaggerated muscles)
Pierre-Auguste Renoir -Dal du Moulin de la Galette -La Loge Impressionism (emphasis on light, ordinary subject matter, unusual visual angles)
Edouard Manet -A Bar at the Folies-Bergere -Le dejeuner sur I'herbe Realism to Impressionism (emphasis on light, ordinary subject matter, unusual visual angles)
Paul Gauguin -The Yellow Christ -Tahitian Women on the Beach Post-Impressionism (vivid, but arbitrary colors;geometric and distorted forms)
Georgia O'Keeffe -Oriental Poppies -Ram's Head with Hollyhock American Modernism (rejects realism and past ideals; progressive)
Frida Kahlo -Self Portrait -Self Portrait with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird Surrealist or Folk art (element of surprise or unexpected juxtapositions)
Raphael -The School of Athens -The Transfiguration High Renaissance (ideal of human grandeur;clingy fabric,exaggerated muscles)
Pablo Picasso -The Old Guitarist -Guernica Cubist Movement ("broken up" or abstract)
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