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Words Related to Arts and Crafts - Art Movements: 19th Century

Here you will learn some English words related to art movements during 19th century such as "academic art", "les nabis", and "impressionism".

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Words Related to Arts and Crafts
divisionism
[noun]
an artistic style popular in the late 19th century, characterized by the use of small, distinct brushstrokes of contrasting colors to create an optical effect
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Dusseldorf School
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a group of German landscape painters active in the mid-19th century who were inspired by the Dutch Golden Age of painting
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academic art
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a style of painting and sculpture that was popular in Europe during the 19th century, which focused on the accurate representation of classical themes and subjects
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aesthetic movement
[noun]
a 19th-century artistic and literary movement that emphasized the importance of beauty and the senses in art and life
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Barbizon school
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a group of French landscape painters active in the mid-19th century who were inspired by the natural beauty of the Fontainebleau forest
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Art Nouveau
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a style of art and architecture, predominant in late 19th century, marked by complex curved patterns depicting natural objects such as flowers and plants
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arts and crafts movement
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a late 19th-century and early 20th-century design movement that emphasized traditional craftsmanship and the importance of design in everyday life
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biedermeier
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a style of furniture and decorative arts popular in Central Europe during the early 19th century, characterized by simple, neoclassical designs
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cloisonnism
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an artistic style popular in the late 19th century, characterized by bold outlines and bright, flat colors
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expressionism
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a style and movement of art, music, and literature in the early 20th century that expresses extreme feelings and emotions instead of showing events or objects in a realistic manner
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German Romanticism
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a movement in German literature, art, and music that began in the late 18th century and emphasized emotion, imagination, and the power of nature
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Heidelberg School
[noun]
a group of Australian landscape painters active in the late 19th century who were inspired by the French Barbizon school
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Hudson River School
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a group of American landscape painters active in the mid-19th century who were inspired by the beauty of the American landscape
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hurufiyya movement
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a movement in Islamic art that began in the late 14th century and was characterized by the use of abstract geometric shapes and calligraphic motifs
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impressionism
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a movement in painting originated in 19th-century France that uses light and color in a way that gives an impression rather than a detailed representation of the subject
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jugendstil
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a style of art and architecture popular in Central Europe during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, characterized by its use of organic forms and floral motifs
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les nabis
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a group of Post-Impressionist French artists active in the late 19th century, who sought to create art that was more expressive and symbolic than the Impressionists
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luminism
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an American landscape painting style popular in the mid-19th century, characterized by its use of light and atmosphere to create a sense of tranquility and peace
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macchiaioli
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a group of Italian landscape painters active in the mid-19th century who were inspired by the Barbizon school of France
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mir iskusstva
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a Russian art movement active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which emphasized the importance of beauty and the senses in art
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naturalism
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a literary and artistic movement initiated in the late 19th century, marked by the accurate depiction of detail
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Nazarene movement
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a German art movement active in the early 19th century, which sought to revive the spiritual nature of Christian art
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neo-impressionism
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a style of French painting originated in late 19th century that was aimed to improve the impressionism by employing the pointillistic technique
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orientalism
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a style of 19th-century European art and literature that romanticized the Middle East and its people, often in a way that was exoticizing and inaccurate
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pointillism
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a technique in painting introduced in late 19th-century France in which small dots or strokes are applied to a surface that appear to be blended in the viewer's eye
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post-impressionism
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a theory or practice of art that was formed in late 19th-century France as a reaction against impressionism and its concern for natural representation
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pre-raphaelites
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a group of English painters active in the mid-19th century who sought to revive the spiritual nature of Italian Renaissance art
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realism
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a literary or artistic style that gives a lifelike representation of people, events, and objects
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romanticism
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a literary and artistic movement that was prevalent in the late 18th century, which emphasized the significance of imagination, subjective feelings, and a return to nature
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secession
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a group of Austrian artists active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries who sought to break away from traditional academic art and create a modern, expressive style
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symbolism
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a late 19th-century style or movement of art that tried to express thoughts and states of mind in strong words and images, called symbols, and avoided detailed representations of the reality
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synthetism
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an artistic style popular in the late 19th century, characterized by the use of bold, simplified forms and bright colors to create a sense of emotion and movement
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tonalism
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an American landscape painting style popular in the late 19th century, characterized by its use of muted colors and soft, atmospheric effects
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Vienna Secession
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a group of Austrian artists active in the late 19th and early 20th centuries who sought to break away from traditional academic art and create a modern, expressive style
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spiritualist art
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an artistic style popular in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, characterized by its use of abstract forms and spiritual themes
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