Presentation on theme: "European Modern Art 1600s-1900s. European Art 1600s-1900s European art can be separated along the following styles: 1.Baroque: 1600s to early 1700s 2.Neo-Classical:"— Presentation transcript:
European Art 1600s-1900s European art can be separated along the following styles: 1.Baroque: 1600s to early 1700s 2.Neo-Classical: late 1700s 3.Romanticism: early 1800s 4.Realism: mid 1800s 5.Impressionism: 1860s 6.Expressionism: late 1800s-early 1900s (post-Impressionism 7.Cubism: 1907 8.Surrealism: early- mid 1900s 9.Art Nouveau: 1880-1910 10.Art Deco: 1920s and 1930s 11.Modern Movements- post WWII
Baroque Grand, ornate, intense design Versailles palace an excellent example Caravaggio and Gentileschi are artists of distinction during this period
Neo-Classical Simple, elegant style inspired by classical Greco-Roman art. Influenced by the Enlightenment. Robert Adam (architecture), Jacques- Louis David (art), Antonio Canova (sculpture) and Josiah Wedgewood (decorative arts) are key artists of this period
Impressionism 1860s Paris the origination point. Impression of a subject in a moment of time (like a quick glance) Used light and fascination with pure, shimmering colors. Monet, Degas and Renoir key artists. Van Gogh and Gauguin
Art Nouveau Art Nouveau is French and means New Art. It is characterized by its highly decorative style and by the dedication to natural forms. Art Nouveau was popular from about 1880 to 1910 and was an International art movement.Art Nouveau Art Nouveau was not restricted to painting or printmaking. It covered all forms of art - architecture, furniture, jewelry, glass and illustration. Louis Tiffany and Gustav Klimt are key artists
Art Deco Art Deco was primarily a design style, popular in the 1920s and 1930s. In simplified terms, the Art Deco movement can be considered as the follow-up style on Art Nouveau - more simplified and closer to mass production. The Art Deco movement was dominant in fashion, furniture, jewelry, textiles, architecture, commercial printmaking and interior decoration.