Modernism

By: Lauren Nichols

Pointillism

Artistic Goal? To use dots with secondary colors

What does it look like? Colorful and bright dots

Time Period? 1884-1900

Leading Artist? Georges Suerat

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Fauvism

Artistic Goal? To use lots of thick paint and to express feelings

What does it look like? Big, bulged and blobs

Time Period? 1899-1908

Leading Artist? Henri Matisse

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Dadaism

Artistic Goal? To use new ideas

What does it look like? Creative, weird, nonsense

Time Period? 1916-1924

Leading Artist? Marcel Duchamp

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Surrealism

Artistic Goal? To make dreams come to life on a painting or picture

What does it look like? Dreamy, weird

Time Period? 1924-1966

Leading Artist? Salvador Dali

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Cubism

Artistic Goal? To make sculpture and show feeling

What does it look like? Sculptures, exotic

Time Period? 1907-1914

Leading Artist? Pablo Picasso

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Abstract Impressionism

Artistic Goal? The artist can express him or herself

What does it look like? Swayed and swiped brushes

Time Period? 1943-1965

Leading Artist? Jackson Polic

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Op Art

Artistic Goal? To use repetition of colors and optical illusions

What does it look like? Tricks, bright, illusions

Time Period? 1964

Leading Artist? Mc Escher

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Pop Art

Artistic Goal? To use other images

What does it look like? Bright and Colorful

Time Period? 1950- 1970

Leading Artist? Andy Worhol

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Photorealism

Artistic Goal? To make photos that far away look like other photos

What does it look like? Shapes and Designs

Time Period? 1960

Leading Artist? Chuck Close

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