Unformatted text preview: Naive Art: ( - ) Naïve art refers to the work done by an artist who was not trained in an academy or other traditional manner of art education. It is characterized by an unusual approach to the formal qualities of painting and awkward drawing skills, resulting in an almost childish image. Other qualities of naïve art include pattern, unrefined color and simplicity. Notable naïve artists include Henri Rousseau, Camille Bombois, and Alfred Wallis. Naïve artists are sometimes referred to as primitive artists. Artists: (biography & artworks) Hicks, Edward - 1780 - 1849 Lowry, Laurence S. - 1887 - 1976 Moses, Grandma - 1860 - 1961 Hicks, Edward - 1780 - 1849 Lowry, Laurence S. - 1887 - 1976 Moses, Grandma - 1860 - 1961 Neo-Expressionism: (1970 - 1990) Neo-Expressionism developed in the late 1970s as a reaction against Conceptual art and Minimalism. During the 1980s, it became the dominant style of avant-garde art primarily in the United States,...
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