Purism - Purism:(19181925)

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Purism: (1918 - 1925) French artists Amedee Ozenfant and Le Corbusier developed Purism in 1918 as a reaction to Cubism. It  incorporated Synthetic Cubism’s use of flat planes but also used representational subjects presented in a  clear manner and appropriate color. Purism admired the beauty and clarity of the machine and  emphasized the geometric, proportional simplicity of the subject. Le Corbusier, - 1887 - 1965 Ozenfant, Amedee - 1886 - 1966 Le Corbusier, - 1887 - 1965 Ozenfant, Amedee - 1886 - 1966  Realism: (1850 - 1880) Realism is defined by the accurate, unembellished, and detailed depiction of nature or contemporary life.  The movement prefers an observation of physical appearance rather than imagination or idealization. In  this sense, Realism can be found in movements of many other centuries. The mid 19th century Realist movement chose to paint common, ordinary, sometimes ugly images rather 
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