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Modern Art Study Guide Fauvism, Art Nouveau, Expressionism, Cubism, de Stijl, Minimalism, Dada, Surrealism, and Abstraction Stokstad Chapter 28, pgs 1020-1081 Gardner Chapter 27, pgs 1018-1089 Vocabulary Fauves Socialist Art Nouveau Die Brücke “primitive” Der Blau Reiter Cubism Collage Analytic Cubism Synthetic Cubism Orphism Futurism Photomontage Bauhaus Suprematism Readymades Automatism Assemblage Constructivism De Stijl Dada Surrealism 1. What is meant by the terms formalism and expressionism? 2. What was the goal of the Fauves? 3. Describe the overall style of Art Nouveau? 4. Is Gustav Klimt’s work and vision part of Art Nouveau or Expressionism? Defend each position. 5. Where did the name Die Brücke come from? Where did these artists find inspiration?
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6. What did Der Blaue Reiter stand for? How was this group different from Die Brucke? 7. How does Kathe Kollwitz’s work describe the life of peasants? 8.
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