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FACULTY OF ART AND DESIGN ART & DESIGN HISTORY AND THEORY ATH 435 SUMMARY OF SLIDE 4 ART (MODERN ART) NAME : NUR ALISHA BINTI MOHD JAMIL STUDENT ID : 2018489562 PREPARED FOR : NATRINA MARIANE P. TOYONG Fauvism flourished in the 20 th century in France. Fauve artist used tube paint and genuine color to produce beautiful artwork. Fauves was painted directly from nature just like Impressionists, but Fauvist's works were done with strong expressive reaction towards the subject pictured. Officially exhibited in France in 1905, Fauvist's drawings shocked the audiences the the yearly Salon d'Automne; as one of the visitors was critic Louis Vauxcelles, because of their extreme artworks and were called as artist ("wild beast"). Opinion from Germany about Expressionism is that it is a mainstream art in the 19 th and 20 th century, and the characteristics were subjective, private and spontaneous self expression that was typical for modern arts and motion arts. Style or motion to portray the reality of an object and events to incite from an individual. Artist was always conveying the meaning through the instillation of formal characteristics that were clear, wild, dynamic, primitive and fantasy. The examples were Vincent van Gogh, Edvard Munch and James Ensor.
In the 20 th century, Cubism is a visual art style that was very influential that was created by artists in Paris between 1907 and 1914 which were Pablo Picasso and Georges. Cubism is a flat surface with two dimensions, not using any perspective technique that was traditional, foreshortening, modeling and chiaroscuro. Painter presented new reality in the form of art that

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