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Intro to isms of the early 20th century

During the early Modern Period (1905-1915) Europe was characterized by an astonishing variety of 'isms' styles & movements. We will look at the new ways in which artists tried to express how they saw the world around them, and how the quick succession of 'isms' led to a completely new type of art.

Intro to isms of the early 20th century
Intro to isms of the early 20th century

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About the Event

This lecture is part of a course which offers an intensive introduction to the history of European Art and covers paintings, sculpture, architecture, and decorative art. Sessions concentrate on looking and understanding the works within the context they were made and comparing them to how they differ from works made in different time periods throughout Europe and eventually the world. Lessons provide you with an overview of many of the most important movements in art, its key artists, and reference to its historical context.

Note that due to the extent of the  periods covered in this class, there is not always time to go into great depth, and students must expect to come out with a general  understanding of Art History.

Other Topics in this series (available On Demand):

Ancient Greece

Ancient Rome

Middle Ages

Early Renaissance 1: Italy

Early Renaissance 2: Northern Europe

High Renaissance 1: I taly

High Renaissance: North of the Alpes

Baroque in Sourthern Europe

Baroque in Northern Europe

Rococo

Classicism

Realism

Impressionism

Fin de siecle, end of the 19th century

Isms of the early 20th century

The Interbellum

Post WWII art

Contemporary Art

Summary Talk of all periods 

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    £7.50
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