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Art Comparison Chart Romantic Movement Impressionist & Expressionist Cubist Movement Begin 1770 End 1900 Begin______ End_______ Begin 1907 End 1920’s Movement Definition: A reaction against the "cold and unfeeling" reason of the Enlightenment and against the destruction of nature resulting from the Industrial Revolution. Stress is on light, color, and self-expression, in opposition to the emphasis on line and firm modeling typical of neoclassical art. Values: emotion, feeling, morbidity, exoticism, mystery. Forms of Art: paintings, literature, brushwork, music, landscapes Purposes: to use art to convey emotions or provoke emotions from the audience Characteristics of Romanticism Art - Individualism - Nature - Strong emotions - Supernatural Movement Definition: Impressionism art was an attempt to portray the fleeting and transitory world of impressions based on scientific studies. Expressionism art tried to portray the façade oh bourgeois superficiality and probe to the psyche, that lurks beneath an individual’s calm

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