1. Art movement of the late 19th-early 20th century that emphasized simplified composition and the effect of light and color to capture a painter's visual impression
  2. Artwork of Central and NOrthern Europe which reflected Christian, and the secular, themes, from mid-12th to 15th century
    Gothic Art
  3. The simplest of the classical Greek architecture styles, featuring unadorned columns with no base
    Doric Order
  4. Art of the hunter-gatherer nomadic tribes of the Old Stone Age, circa 40,000-10,000BCE
    Paleolithic Art
  5. Art of the preliterate humans roughly until 500 BCE
    Prehistoric Art
  6. Stone paintings of the Neolithic period expressing artistic or religious meaning
    Stylized Pictographs
  7. Art movement of the early 20th century that stressed the two-dimensionality of painting as observed subjects were converted into geometric shapes
    Geometric Abstraction
  8. Art movement of the early 20th century influenced by Freud's focus on dreams that assembled realistic forms in fantastical contexts
  9. Art movement of the 16th century, largely in NOrthern Europe, that reflected religious views of Protestant Reformation
    Reformation Art
  10. German Art and architectural style of the early 20th century known for its simplicity, functionalism, and craftsmanship
  11. Art movement of the 18th century that drew on Greek and Roman art for models of harmony, idealized realism, and reason
  12. Anti-establishment artistic movement that emerged in Europe in reaction to the horrors of World War One
  13. Art of the Late Stone Age, circa 8,000-3,000 BCE
    Neolithic Art
  14. Artwork from lower Nile Valley civilization, circa 5,000 to 1,350 BCE
    Ancient Egyptian Art
  15. photography in the 19th century that experimented with realistic portraits and images of literary and biblical scenes
    Victorian photography
  16. Artwork from a number of successive Persian civilizations (Achaemenian, Seleucid dynasty, Parthian, Sassanian circa 3500-250 BCE
    Ancient Persian Art
  17. Paleolithic art objects depicting women with exaggerated hips and breasts, thought to be portable fertility totems
    Venus Figurines
  18. Art movement of the second half of 19th century that emphasized objective portrayals of the world with a critique of the extablished social and political order; response to idealized Romantic art
  19. A school of photography that employed soft focus, special filters and lens coatings, darkroom manipulation, and innovative printing processes to try to match the aesthetic effects of painting and printmaking
  20. Art movement of mid-20th century that emphasized spontaneous and dramatic personal expression in large abstract paintings
    Abstract Expressionism
  21. Classical Greek architectural style that features a fluted column shaft, capitals with volutes (spiral scroll-like ornaments) and a large base)
    Ionic Order
  22. Ancient Greek Art
    Artwork from Classical Greece, circa 8000-146 BCE
  23. microliths
    Small stone tools, usually made of flint or chert from Mesolithic Period
  24. Art movement of the mid-20th century that emphasized a nonrepresentational style of sculpture and painting
  25. Artwork of Europe which reflected Roman, Eastern, and Byzantine influence from 10th to mid-12th century
    Romanesque Art
  26. Period of vibrant African-AMERICAN cultural and intellectual life during the 1920s and 1930s centered in NYC's Harlem neighborhood
    Harlem Renaissance
  27. Art style which embraces an eclectic combination of all styles and periods in works of art and does not differentiate between high art and popular art, often mixing informal and formal elements
  28. Art movement of the early 20th century that represented a subject from multiple angles using simplified geometric forms
  29. Paleolithic paintings of scenes of hunting or fertility found in caves in France, S. Africa and other regions
    Cave Paintings
  30. Art of the Middle Stone Age Circa 10000-8000 BCE
    Mesolithic Art
  31. Artwork from successive civilizations found between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers 9000-500 BCE
    Ancient Mesopotamian Art
  32. Art that departs from natural or realistic appearances
    Abstract Art
  33. Artwork produced by Roman civilization 500BCE-476 CE
    Roman Art
  34. The most decorative of the classical Greek architectural styles, featuring a fluted column shaft, capitals with flowers and leaves below a small scroll and a large base; used more by the Romans
    Corinthian Order
  35. Artistic movements of the late 19th-20th centuries which challenged traditional representational art forms and developed new styles and forms
  36. Art movement of the late renaissance that emphasized artificiality, clashing colors, and emotional themes
  37. Art movement of the early 20th century that while influenced by Impressionism emphasized a greater concern for expression, structure, form, and emotional response
  38. Art movement of mid-20th century which emphasized existing popular images and cultural artifacts often mimicking mass-produced consumer products
    Pop Art
  39. Art movement of early 19th century that stressed passion, emotion, and exotic settings with dramatic action; response to rationalism of Neoclassicism
  40. Art movement of the early 20th century that emphasized spontaneous, bold reactions to nature and employed vibrant, wild colors
  41. text that is decorated with ornamental designs, minatures, or lettering, often with gold leaf or silver
    illuminated manuscript
  42. large stone monuments of the Neolithic period such as stonehenge
  43. period in Western history from the 14th -16th centuries, marked by a revival of interest in the culture of Greco-Roman antiquity and a flourishing of artistic and intellectual achievement
  44. Art movement of early 20th century that emphasized subjective feelings above objective observations and focused on conveying emotions
  45. Art movement of the 17th and early 18th century supported by the Catholic Church that emphasized religious fervor, realism, and theatrical architecture
    Baroque Art
  46. Late Baroque artistic style that was lighter and more playful and used ornate decoration, pastel colors, and asymmetrical arrangement of shell-like curves
  47. Art movement of the late 19th century-early 20th century that favored sinuous lines, curves, and organic motifs, such as plants and flowers
    Art Nouveau
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