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Helped to invent cubism and is considered the king of modern art
applied side by side with as little mixing as possible creating a vibrant surface
Impressionism colors
simplified structure of form, and use of pure color to empower the emotional effects of color and form
Post Impressionism
what the artist is thinking and not what the reality is
essence of expressionism
Insignificance of time, Juxtaposition of opposites, Desire to provoke and disturb, Preoccupation with sex
the play of natural light
Impressionist's emphasize
concentrates on the feeling and impact derived from the artist's inspiration
Expressionism's orgination
was almost non-existent except for the use of a monochromatic scheme that often included grey and blue
Color in Analytic Cubism
Expressionist artist who portrayed extreme emotions. Most famous for "The Scream"
Edward munch
reject the limited theories of impressionism
post impressionists
post impressionist artist who created over 40 self portraits and painted the "crows over cornfield"
Van Gogh
Impressionist paintings made outdoors
en plein air
Strong colors and decorative shapes
Color and shapes in Synthetic Cubism
reduced natural forms into basic geometric parts such as cylinder, sphere and the cone
Analytic Cubism
freshness and openness that was not previously captured in painting
Short, thick strokes of paint that quickly capture the essence of the subject rather than its details
Impressionism Strokes
type of cubism pushing several objects together. Has fewer planar shifts, less shading, and created flatter space
Synthetic Cubism
too much emphasis on the movement of color and light, instead of focusing in on the meaning and subject of the artwork
Post Impressionist beliefs against impressionists
sought to reveal the inner, spiritual and emotional foundations of human existence
Expressionist aim

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