By: Brad Kovacic
Major Art Periods
Characteristics of Style
Connections to Political, Social, and Economic Events
Meant to express inner life through art.
Practiced that image is not a result of preconceived idea, but of creative process.
Stressed energy, action, kineticism, and freneticism.
Techniques include free application of paint, no reference to visual reality.
Black Mountain College in North Carolina (1933-57) is the winner of all-star art schools.
During the Federal Art Project, the U.S. Treasury gave $23.86 a week to artists that were involved. This project brought in massive amounts of art.
Formed as a reaction to World War II.
Pollock's and others' canvases stole Europe's position as Keeper of the Cultural Flame, and changed the definition of "Art."
Late 1940s to early 1950s
Emphasized on emotion and dynamism.
Landscapes often contained ideal or realistic nature.
Specialized in absolute mastery of light.
Styles used consist of dynamic, florid, virtuoso, realistic, restrained, and pretentious art.
Artists all over Europe came to Rome to study the arts, then return home and give what they learned their own cultural modification.
Catholic popes financed new cathedrals to show their win over the Counter Reformation, and to bring new worshipers by introducing astonishing architecture.
French absolute monarchs ruled by divine right and spent fortunes on glorifying themselves.
Patrons of the art were prosperous merchants as well as the middle class burghers who bought paintings from artists.
Money coming in from colonists helped supply the wealth of the royalty.
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