Parma School - Photorealism: (1965 - 1975) The...

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Parma School: (1400 - 1550) The Parma School of painting in Italy thrived in 15th and 16th century Italy with the help of the Farnese  family. The main members of the school were Correggio and Parmigianino. The school, particularly  Correggio, was influenced by Leonardo da Vinci and the Mannerist movement with its subjective and  emotional approach to painting. Also indebted to Michelangelo, the human figure was a central theme,  often depicted in an exaggerated or elongated manner. Correggio, - 1494 - 1534 Correggio, - 1494 - 1534
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Unformatted text preview: Photorealism: (1965 - 1975) The Hyper-realism movement originated in the late sixties and early seventies when artists began producing paintings that appeared to be photographs. In painting, Hyper-realism is synonymous to Photo-Realism. Also know as Superrealism, the movement was most popular in the United States but spread to some parts of Western Europe. In the sculpture medium, artist often used casts of the human figure to create true-to-form Artists: (biography & artworks) Hanson, Duane - 1925 - 1996 Hanson, Duane - 1925 - 1996...
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