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ART TYPES, COMPONENTS AND FAMOUS ARTISTS
"Form of art not intended to represent the world around us. Applicable to any art that does not represent recognizable objects."
The artist as a maker of ideas rather than objects, undermines traditional ideas about the status of it and the art object. Born in the 60's developing in various manifestations
"Reaction against Impressionism advocated by the intensity of the sincere expression even at the cost of formal balance."
"Non-figurative painting, which is expressed in very definite forms, usually geometric. The opposite of informality."
In the early 50's, informality artists seeking a new way of creating images without taking recognizable forms that had adopted cubist and expressionist
Characterized, roughly, by the attempt to capture the light and the time, regardless of the identity of what it was projecting.
Layers and layers of images: ideas that shape symbolic stories.
Trying to reproduce the world around us. Born in the XIX century with G. Courbet and painters who rejected the idealization.
Born in France in Style that "resolves the contradictory conditions of dream and reality" as the father of the movement, André Breton said.
Da Vinci´s self-portrait.
Van Gogh´s self-portrait.
Coyoacán, México, 1907-id., 1954) Mexican painter. Although she moved in the environment of the great Mexican muralists of hes time and shared their ideals, Frida Kahlo painting created a highly personal, deeply naive and metaphorical at the same time, derived from his exalted sensibility and various events that marked her life. At eighteen, Frida Kahlo suffered a serious accident that forced a long convalescence, during which he learned to paint, and most likely influenced the formation of the complex psychological world is reflected in his works. She married the muralist Diego Rivera
Diego Rivera was keenly interested in politics and in his compositions murals, historical or symbolic echo the voice of preaching social-revolutionary and resistance to foreign oppression. Other large murals can be seen today in the country are the Palace of Cortés in Cuernavaca, and the National Palace in Mexico City, to name a few. The murals that Rivera painted in Mexico made him so famous that he became not only chief school of painting, but also a political leader.