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  1. 1. VISUAL ARTS TIMELINE Aesthetic Theory Ms. Thelma Ll. Badon
  2. 2. Prehistoric
  3. 3. Egyptian
  4. 4. Archaic
  5. 5. Hellenic
  6. 6. Hellenistic
  7. 7. Roman
  8. 8. Early Christian
  9. 9. Byzantine
  10. 10. Romanesque
  11. 11. Gothic
  12. 12. Renaissance
  13. 13. MannerismA style characterized by distorted perspective, scale, and proportion, especially in long stretched-out figures
  14. 14. Baroque It is most often defined as "the dominant style of art in Europebetween the Mannerist and Rococo eras, a style characterized bydynamic movement, overt emotion and self-confident rhetoric
  15. 15. RococoAn 18th century style which developed as Baroque artists gave up their symmetry and became increasingly more ornate, florid, and playful.
  16. 16. Neoclassicism Refers to the classical revival in European art, architecture,and interior design that lasted from the mid-eighteenth to the early nineteenth century.
  17. 17. RomanticismA style that found its subject the world of the dramatic and exotic
  18. 18. RealismA style in which everyday scenes and events are painted as they actually look
  19. 19. Art Nouveau French for new art‘An international movement and style of art, architecture and applied art especially the decorative arts.
  20. 20. ExpressionismA style that emphasized highly emotional feelings by using strong colors, distorted forms, and bold, simplified lines.
  21. 21. DadaismIt began as an anti-art movement, in the sense that it rejected the way art was appreciated and defined in contemporary art scenes.
  22. 22. SurrealismA style of painting based on dreams, the fantastic, and the irrational
  23. 23. ImpressionismA style that attempted to capture the rapidly changing effects of light on objects
  24. 24. Fauvism (French word-wild beast)A movement wherein artists used wild, intense color combinations in their paintings
  25. 25. PointillismA technique in which small, carefully placed dots of color are used to create forms
  26. 26. CubismA style in which objects are shown from several different angles at once.
  27. 27. Abstract ExpressionismA style where paint is dribbled, spilled, or splashed onto huge canvases to express paintings as an action.
  28. 28. Modern Art Refers to artistic works produced during the period extending roughlyfrom the 1860s to the 1970s, and denotes the style and philosophy of the art produced during that era
  29. 29. Large Reclining Nude, Frida Kahlo (1907-1954). Henri Matisse, 1935
  30. 30. Portrait of Dora Maar Reclining Nude, 1969 Pablo Picasso by Picasso
  31. 31. ,La Gran Tenochtitlán, 1945, Diego Rivera
  32. 32. Pop ArtAn art movement and style that had its origins in England inthe 1950s and made its way to the United States during the 1960s.