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2 What is “Modern Art?”   Usually refers to artwork produced between   Modern artists rejected previous art traditions and began experimenting with new MATERIAL, SUBJECT, & TECHNIQUE   Most modern artists emerged from with visibally new ways of art interpretation

3 Out of Modern Art…   Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood ( ) Macchiaioli ( ) Impressionist Art (1870s-80s)Pre-Raphaelite BrotherhoodMacchiaioliImpressionist Art   Neo-Impressionist Art (1880s on) Newlyn Arts Colony (1880s on) Art Nouveau (Fin de Siecle)Neo-Impressionist ArtNewlyn Arts ColonyArt Nouveau   Symbolists (Late 19th Century) Post Impressionist Art (1880s on)SymbolistsPost Impressionist Art   Les Fauves ( )Les Fauves   Expressionist Art (1900 on)Expressionist Art   The Bridge ( )The Bridge   Blue Rider ( )Blue Rider   Ashcan (c )Ashcan   Cubist Art (c )Cubist Art   Orphic Cubism ( )Orphic Cubism   Purism (Early, mid-1920s) Precisionism (Cubist-Realism) (fl.1920s)PurismPrecisionism (Cubist-Realism)   Collages (1912 on)Collages   Futurism ( )Futurism   Russian Rayonism (c )Russian Rayonism   Armory Show (1913)Armory Show   Russian Suprematism ( )Russian Suprematism   Russian Constructivism (c )Russian Constructivism   Vorticist Art (c )Vorticist Art   Dada Style ( )Dada Style   De Stijl (Dutch "style") ( )De Stijl (Dutch "style")   Bauhaus ( )Bauhaus   Neoplasticism ( )Neoplasticism   Art Deco Design Style ( )Art Deco Design Style   Paris School ( )Paris School   New Objectivity ( )New Objectivity   Surrealist Style (1924 on)Surrealist Style   Magic Realism (1920s) Entartete Kunst (1930s, Germany)Magic RealismEntartete Kunst   Social Realism (late 1920s, early 30s) Socialist Realist Art (c )Social RealismSocialist Realist Art   St Ives (late 1930s onwards)St Ives   Neo-Romanticism (1930s on) Art Brut/Raw ArtNeo-RomanticismArt Brut/Raw Art   Organic Abstraction (1940s, 50s)Organic Abstraction   Existential Art (1940s and 1950s) Abstract Expressionists (50s)Existential ArtAbstract Expressionists   L'Art Informel (mid-1940s, 50s)L'Art Informel   Tachism (1940s, 50s)Tachism   Arte Nucleare (c ) Kitchen Sink Art (mid-1950s) Assemblages (1950 on)Arte NucleareKitchen Sink ArtAssemblages   Neo-Dada (1950s) Optical Art (1950s-60s)Neo-DadaOptical Art   Pop Art (1960s-70s)Pop Art   New Realism (1960s) PPA (Early, mid-1960sNew RealismPPA Fluxus (1960s) Feminist Art (late 1960s on)FluxusFeminist Art

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14 Cy Twombly

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18 Adolph Gottlieb

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44 Victor Vasarely

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48 Mark Rothko

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51 Joan Miro

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