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Studio Art Vocabulary #5. 9/24/8. Cubism. A twentieth century art movement developed mainly by Picasso and Braque in which the subject matter is broken up, analyzed and reassembled in an abstract form, emphasizing geometric shapes. Futurism.

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cubism
Cubism
  • A twentieth century art movement developed mainly by Picasso and Braque in which the subject matter is broken up, analyzed and reassembled in an abstract form, emphasizing geometric shapes.
futurism
Futurism
  • Futurism was a modernist movement based in Italy celebrating the technological era. It was largely inspired by the development of Cubism. The core preoccupations of Futurist thought and art were machines and motion.
expressionism
Expressionism
  • Expressionism is a style in which the intention is not to reproduce a subject accurately, but instead to portray it in such a way as to express the inner state of the artist.
percisionism
Percisionism
  • Precisionism (or Cubist Realism) is a style of representation in which an object is rendered in a realistic manner, but with an emphasis on its geometric form.
orphism
Orphism
  • The orphists were rooted in cubism but moved toward a pure lyrical abstraction, seeing painting as the bringing together of a sensation of bright colors
graphic design
Graphic Design
  • Creating visual communications with two-dimensional media and images.
art education
Art Education
  • An area of education which provides programs in art production, art history, aesthetics and art criticism for students in the public schools.
interior design
Interior design
  • Planning space inside a house or building, including furnishings.
photography
Photography
  • The art of making photographs for fine art or commercial purposes.
cartoonist
Cartoonist
  • The artists who draw cartoons are known as cartoonists.