From abstract arts 6 you must know the following art

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From abstract arts 6. You must know the following art movements, artists and major art works. Art Movements: Die Brucke (The Bridge) Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) Expressionist Sculpture Expressionism in Austria Fantasy Fantasy (Metaphysical School) Artists, their major works and the art movements they are associated with: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner – Die Brucke, Street, Dresden (1908) Emil Nolde – Die Brucke, The Last Supper (1909) & Prophet (1912) Karl Schmidt-Rottluff – Die Brucke, Self-Portrait with Monocle Vassily Kandinsky – Der Blaue Reiter, Composition VII (1913) Franz Marc -- Der Blaue Reiter, The Large Blue Horses (1911) & The Fat of the Animals (1915)
Lyonel Feininger -- Der Blaue Reiter, The Green Bridge (1916) Wilhelm Lembruck -- Expressionist Sculpture, Seated Youth (1917) Oscar Kokoschka -- Expressionism in Austria, The Temped (1914) Marc Chagall -- Fantasy, Paris Through the Window (1913) & I and the Village (1911) Georgio De Chirico -- Fantasy (Metaphysical School), The Soothsayer’s Recompense (1913) & The Melancholy and Myster of a Street (1914) Key Words/Terms: Metaphysical -- early twentieth century Italian art movement typified by dream-like views of eerie arcaded squares with unexpected juxtapositions of objects. Woodcuts -- engraving consisting of a block of wood with a design cut into it Theosophy -- a vista that became the fundamental groundwork of their spirituality. From this viewpoint, they believed they were able to see beyond and into the natural world, as well as gaining an understanding of the ancient wisdom and cosmic principles of our existence. This lofty vantage point elevated all four beyond this-worldly concerns and gave them a sense of divine sight into otherworldly realms. They stood in the doorway between two worlds, they were the messengers, and communicating this knowledge became the objective of their art. genre painting disorienting diagonals curvilinear -- A shape whose edge is dominated by curves. These shapes can also be referred to as organic shapes, though organic shapes frequently reference "natural" curves whereas these shapes may reference synthetic or "perfect" curves in addition to "natural" curves. non-objective art -- defines a type of abstract art that is usually, but not always, geometric and aims to convey a sense of simplicity and purity. It and was inspired by the Greek philosopher Plato who believed that geometry was the highest form of beauty. No relationship to any illusion in the real world. Module 5 Study Guide 1. What was Dada art and how was its reaction against the art world shown in its work? How would Dada influence later 20th century art? Artists who rejected the logic , reason , and aestheticism of modern capitalist society , instead expressing nonsense , irrationality , and anti-bourgeois protest in their works. The art of the movement spanned visual, literary, and sound media, including collage , sound poetry , cut-up writing , and sculpture. Dadaist artists expressed their discontent with violence, war, and nationalism, and maintained political affinities with the

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