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Fauvism 1What does fauvism mean Fauvism is the theories and style of painting of the fauves developed in France in the 1900s 2Fauvist loved the strong effects of true colour and wanted to bring out emotions through the boldest treatments of their subjects Which artists influenced these wild artists Gauguin and Van Gogh influenced them 3How did the Fauvists create the emotional effects in their work They created highly emotional pictures with exaggerated colour and unrealistic form 4Some of their paintings were flat carefully composed decorations of violently bright pure colours with bold outlines and vigorous treatment in manner of primitive or children 5 Name one very famous Fauvist Artist name begins with M Matisse Henry Expressionism 1What did the artists attempt to do in their art Some artists attempted to relieve pent-up feeling by painting in highly personal psychic and expressionistic ways 2What type of subjects did they paint Often the subjects of the expressionists are extremely thought provoking 3Describe the colours used Brilliant or rich vibrant colour was used in a violent matter blue faces green horses 4How was intense emotion portrayed in the work Intense emotion was imparted through bold impulsive brush treatments vivid colour and extreme contrasts of tone 5What did the paintings reveal Their paintings reflected a disturbed state of mind because of fear and anxiety 6 Which artist painted The Scream Edvard Munch French Impressionism 1What was the main purpose or main aim the impressionists set out to show in their work They set out to capture the fleeting vision of joyful everyday scenes in terms of colour and light 2 Name 3
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