father of Impressionism
Edouard Manet was a very controversial artist who is often called the "_______ __ __________"
_______ uses flat color, deliberate lack of detail or even finishing in some areas.
Manet's rejection of the Salon style of painting was very influential on __________.
In 1874, a group of painters created their own show, which displayed works that looked like "_________" of what your eye sees.
landscapes, everyday scenes, atmosphere and weather
Rather than striving for permanent images, Impressionist artists like Claude Monet painted ________,_________, _________ and __________.
Impressionist works are _______ in style, with an emphasis on ________.
Impressionist artists used_________ ________without blending them together.
Edgar Degas and Mary Cassatt were influenced by light and color of Impressionism, but also by _______ _____ and the croppings and angles they provided.
_____-___________ is not a group style in itself. Rather, it's a collection of different reactions to Impressionism in the form of personal styles.
formalists and expressionists
Post-Impressionists fall into what two categories:
_________ were more concerned with the issues of form brought up during Impressionism (use of light and color).
planar shapes and geometric
Cezanne's emphasis on _______ _______, and the _______ way in which he saw nature, would be very influential on Cubism.
___________were more concerned with the expressive possibilities of art, especially the use of arbitrary color and texture to express emotions.
___ ________ were a group of artists led by Henri Matisse and Andre Derain.
vibrant, arbitrary color
Fauvist art is characterized by ________, ______ ______ and a use of childlike drawing.
crude drawing and angular shapes
The German Expressionists used ______ ________ and _______ ________ to express feelings, spirituality, and state of mind.
The_____ _______ was a German Expressionist movement led by Wassily Kandinsky.
Kandinsky was the first to work in purely abstract, ____________ form.
directly affecting the feelings of the viewer
Kandinsky was not only concerned with expressing his own feelings, but also in ________ _________ ___ _______ __ ___ ________using pure color and shape.
_________, which was happening at the same time as German Expressionism, was less concerned with expression of emotion, and more concerned with form
Cubism is a _______ style
_______ ________ & Georges Braque developed Cubism together in Paris at the turn of the 20th century.
flat, planar shapes
Pablo Picasso & Georges Braque were interested in creating images with only _____, _____ ______ like Post-Impressionist Paul Cezanne.
Eventually, as Cubism developed, the entire picture plane was __________ ________ into planar pieces.
multiple views at once
In Cubism, subjects are seen from _______ _____ __ _____
The ______ attempted to get at the most simple truth of their subject.
________ was the most influential art movement of the 20th century