Synchromism - The Danube School encompasses a group of...

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Synchromism: (1918 - 1925) Synchromism was a Paris-based movement founded in 1912-1913 by American artists, Stanton  MacDonald Wright and Morgan Russell. The movement was based on the arrangement of colors in  harmonius and musical patterns. The first Synchromist work by Russell - Synchromy in Green, was  exhibited at the Salon des Independants in 1913. Russell, Morgan - 1886 - 1953 Russell, Morgan - 1886 - 1953 The Danube School of German Painting: (1500 - 1550)
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Unformatted text preview: The Danube School encompasses a group of German and Austrian artists working in and around Danube, Germany in the early 16th century. The town became an artistic center because of its location between Nuremberg, Augsberg, and Vienna. The school’s principle artists were Lucas Cranach the Elder, Albrecht Altdorfer, and Wolfgang Huber, all of whom were devoted to painting the area’s beautiful landscapes....
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