This style includes paintings, mosaics, and miniatures in manuscripts mostly of religious objects. These were formal artistic style depicting religious conventions that limited the artist’s creativity.some medieval paintings:
It is the 19th century style that showed real life, and its pleasant as well as unpleasant sides.it was a French style of painting and conveys the truth of every common man i.e. social realities of life.
This style was invented in the year 1948 and this style sustained for a very short duration. This style was basically inspired by medieval history and myths. Examples:
Renaissance means re-birth of the classical ideals from ancient Rome and Greece. This art style of the 15th and 16th century replaced medieval styles and revived the art of Greek and roman period.
This was the style of 16th century, an Italian art style which uses bright colors and distorts scales and perspectives. Mannerist artists valued a personal and idealized response to beauty over the classical ideal of ‘truth to nature’.
It’s an ornate style of Italy that gained popularity in 17th and 18th century. Baroque art portrayed by realistic subjects that depict spectacular action and powerful emotions. Rococo was a decorative response to the realism of Baroque.
Modeled on classical art i.e. roman and Greek, and it’s a style form came into life in 18th century. It was the reaction against the snobbishness of Rococo. Historical events, heroism etc were the main subject used in this style.
This style of painting was named in 18th century in France. It was not so popular in the beginning but is the widely used style now. This style conveys an impression of what the eyes sees rather than what the mind knows is there.
This style came into existence in 19th century and and was an attempt to link the real and the spiritual worlds on canvas.
A further development of impression style, which includes the dot painting of Seurat and others, which appears to fuse when they are seen from a distance.
It’s a flowing ornamental style of the late 19th century and highly influenced architectures and furniture makers as well as painters. Representative artists sought to elevate the decorative arts to higher standards and to apply such standards to all forms of art including furniture, textiles, glass, wallpapers, architecture, as well as clothing and jewelry. Art Nouveau often embraced the spirit world, fantasy and myth, and representative artists often portrayed naked or scantily clothed women, perhaps as nymphs or mermaids, in fantastic settings.
A form of art style used to display emotions of painters ,it is conveyed by distortion of color, surface and shapes. Expressionist style was simple, bold and colorful with large areas of unbroken color and dramatic brushwork.
An abstract style which is mostly about shape and color and does not precisely depicts any subject and was developed by painters Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque in Paris between 1907 and 1914. cubist paintings often depicts subjects like letters, musical instruments, bottles, pitchers, glasses, newspapers, still life’s, and the human face and figure.
This style became popular in 1920s and 1930s and is an angular decorative style.
This style emerged during the world wars time and this style was used by artists to explore dream and fantasy. Surrealism Art refers to that artistic movement that is chiefly aimed at bringing together artists, researchers and thinkers in the hunt for a sense of self expression through the unconscious.
Non- naturalists art in which shapes, lines and colors are more important than the objects they represent. It was the first American visual art to gain international status and influence.
A term derived from the word ‘Popular’ and linked to an art. This style used images from popular culture such as films comics and advertising, and this style came into form in 1950s.
This style combines visual art with dramatic performances and used to describe any live artistic event that included poets, musicians, film makers, etc.
Art in which landscapes is altered or decorated by using natural objects like stones, sands, etc to decorate their work.
This form of style began in 1988 and is a form of modern art developed by a group of young artists