This Dutch Post-Impressionist painter was not appreciated during his lifetime, but left us masterpieces like "Starry Night"
The first movement in which artists painted outside "en plein air" instead of in a studio.
These artists were known as the
These artists often used visible strokes of different colored paints to create colors that blend from a distance and objects that look blurry up close.
Georges Seurat was a Post-Impressionist who applied color to his canvas using dots of different, unmixed colors.
This technique is called...
(It's not stippling)
The artwork of this movement didn't use realistic perspective, but most people consider it to be very geometric.
The artists of this movement were interested in using art to explore and express the subconscious
The artists of this movement were not at all concerned with realistic color.
When paint is applied in thick layers, with no attempt to hide brush/knife strokes, the technique is called...
The first modern art movement in which artists decided to paint everyday people and scenes.
This artist began to make cut paper collages after undergoing several abdominal surgeries that made it hard to stand up and paint.
The artists during this time began using arbitrary color in their paintings, and sometimes used color to create a mood.
The most famous Surrealist artist, who planned a short film called "Destino" with Walt Disney that was finally created (long after their deaths) in 2003.
The artists of this movement captured the subtle way light looked on their subjects.