Intimisme - Intimisme:(1890)

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Intimisme: (1890 - ) The term Intimisme refers to the small, intimate, domestic interior scenes painted by Pierre Bonnard and  Edouard Vuillard in the late 19th and 20th centuries. The style placed emphasis on color and rejected the  Naturalism of the Nabis. John, Gwen - 1876 - 1939 John, Gwen - 1876 - 1939    Kinetic Art: (1925 - 1965) Magic Realism received its name in the 1925s by German art critic, Franz Roh. Artists working in this style  attempt to depict reality in a different way—works possessed a resemblance to reality while also retaining  a dream-like or fantastical quality. The style was popular in Europe and the United States from the 1920’s 
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