50 Art Ideas
50 Art Ideas taken from '50 Art Ideas You Really Need To Know' by Susie Hodge. 2011, Quercus Publishing
Terms in this set (50)
Art had magical powers.
Ancient Egyptian Art
Art helped the dead.
Classical Greek Art
Realism is enhanced by perfection.
Art assists meditation and spiritual transformations.
Symbolic representation of Christianity
Spreading God's message
A new era of greater realism
Zenith of technical and creative achievement
Exaggeration and stylization, invention and refinement
Life, light and dramatic effects, inspiring emotions
Dutch Golden Age
Incredible realism and color
Delicate, decorative art, appealing to the courtly and cultivated
Revolutionary revival in the quest for beauty and perfection
Emphasizing feelings over conventions
Conservative art follows the teaching of official academies.
Japanese woodblock prints and paintings of a changing world
Romantic, colorful and detailed art, reflecting earlier times
Objective depictions of the ordinary world
Capturing fleeting moments and light with pure colors
Symbolism and Aestheticism
Secret messages and beauty in art
Individual responses to Impressionism
Scientific color theories in painting
Art Nouveau and Secessionism
Merging the fine arts and applied arts with new, simplified styles
Using bright color to express emotions
Art expressing inner angst
Objects shown from different viewpoints to represent the whole
Expressing the dynamism, vitality and power of the machine age
Traditional Japanese printing techniques fused with western drawing styles
Rejecting the traditions of art and society that led to the brutalities of war
Freeing art from the past and creating a 'pure language' of painting
Organizing materials to construct space without mass
pure, geometric abstract art based on theories of Theosophy (God's wisdom or wisdom in nature)
Integrating art, craft and design for modern, functional objects
Uncovering enigmatic (hard to understand) truths hidden behind appearances
Afro-American creative expressions of culture and race
Large-scale public art to publicize Mexican heritage and hope
Depicting the realities of post-First World War German society
Liberating the creative powers of the unconscious mind
Realistic art, literature and film making social or political comment
Expressing emotions stimulated by worldwide tragedies
Color Field painting
Swathes of color on huge canvases to provoke contemplation
Colorful creations based on mass consumerism
Stimulating optical effects
Rejecting social comment, pretentiousness and excess
Expressing and challenging notions of 'what is art'?
Performing to introduce and encourage fresh viewpoints
Working with natural environments to alter perceptions
Reinstating painting with intense and expressive subject-matter
Super-realism that challenges viewers' opinions
New Media Art
Using developing technology to create new forms of art
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