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ARTH 110 Lecture 7: German Expressionism

German Expressionism Begins in 1905 and until 1930s early 1940s. O...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 9: Cubism

Cubism This is the major break between academics and traditional. C...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 15: Pop Art

Pop Art In the mid 1950s there was a reaction that set in to the im...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 10: Abstract Expressionism

Abstract Expressionism Generally considered the first major America...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 6: Fauvism

Fauvism Generally looked upon as the first of the modern avantgarde...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 15: Photorealism

Photorealism They used photographs to work from, as points of depar...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 11: Futurism

Futurism Roughly extends from 1909 until late 1920s (it was existen...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 14: Dada

Dada Dada was very unconventional Most art was based on the law of ...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 8: Non Objective

Non Objective 1937 there was an exhibition called Entartete Kunst D...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
ARTH 110
ARTH 110 Lecture 8: Surrealism

Surrealism Began as a literary movement Ties into tapping into the ...

Savannah College of Art and Design
ARTH - Art History
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