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EDU 151. Chapter 7 Introducing the World’s Art. Artistic Styles. Prehistoric Art (Primitive Art) Unknown Cave Artists. Naturalist or Realistic Art (Realism). Art that focuses on showing reality. The artists attempted to make art objective and like the actual object. Rembrandt.

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EDU 151

Chapter 7

Introducing the World’s Art

artistic styles
Artistic Styles
  • Prehistoric Art (Primitive Art)

Unknown Cave Artists

naturalist or realistic art realism
Naturalist or Realistic Art (Realism)

Art that focuses on showing reality.

The artists attempted to make art objective and like the actual object.

impressionism
Impressionism
  • Art that focuses on capturing the effect of light.
  • Artists painted what they perceived rather than what they knew to be there.
  • Impressionists were fascinated with color, sunshine, contrasts, light, reflection, and shadow.
  • They used color and light to represent and artist’s impression.
pointillism
Pointillism
  • An offshoot of Impressionism
  • Art that uses small dots of different colors that the eye blends together.
abstract in text abstract expressionism
Abstract (in text: Abstract Expressionism)
  • Artists were intrigued with color and the physical qualities of paint: “What can I do with paint on canvas?”
  • The art has no recognizable subject, the focus is on color and media, often applied in a kinesthetic way.
cubism
Cubism
  • Art that represents three-dimensional objects as if made of geometric shapes and forms.
folk art
Folk Art
  • Artworks created by people who have not had formal training in art, or who use nontraditional art media in ways that reflect their culture.
op art
Op Art
  • Art based on visual illusions and perceptions.
pop art
Pop Art
  • Art that is based on images from everyday life and popular culture.
surrealism
Surrealism
  • An artistic style concerned with fantasies or dreams.
kinetic art
Kinetic Art
  • art that moves or has moving parts
  • Mobile-Three-dimensional art that moves