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By Aisling Ash
Early Renaissance art marks the dividing point between the Byzantine traditions and the new techniques that would come to typify the Renaissance.
By Laura Evans
Graffiti is illegal because it destroys property, spoils neighborhoods and encourages other crimes.
By Janet Grischy
Baroque fashion isn't the mystery that you'd think it might be. We actually know a lot about what people wore during this period.
By Laura Evans
Modernist movement facts can be tied directly to world events. The movement was an evolution and a reaction of the art world.
By Jen Adams
French Impressionist painters led the way in creating a unique and controversial new form of art. Learn about several of the biggest names around when Impressionism was causing a stir.
By Aysha Schurman
Want to learn how to create your own graffiti art? It is easy to learn how to make your art stand out.
By Rachel Mork
Want to learn how to produce your own graffiti styles? Use this step-by-step tutorial to learn how to make your own special brand of art.
By Rachel Mork
What is Cubism art? With Cubism, art veered away from traditional realistic styles to more personal, geometrical forms of interpretation.
By Jennifer Maughan
You know the names of famous baroque artists, even if they aren't on the tip of your tongue.
By Laura Evans
The Surrealism movement focused on bringing the human unconscious to light. Paintings and writings of the time tried to tap into parts of the mind not yet explored, which resulted in sometimes innovative and sometimes shocking art.
By Jennifer Maughan
The pop art movement has produced thought-provoking and whimsical pieces. If you're interested in this genre, try these suggestions for exploring pop art.
By Rachel Mork
All Surrealist artists may have followed the principles of exploring the unconscious mind, but each of the most famous artists of the movement, from Salvador Dali to Max Ernst, left his own mark on the genre.
By Jennifer Maughan
Abstract expressionism focused on how to bring emotions to the forefront and emphasized the creative process-no matter how abstract-instead of trying to represent the world exactly.
By Chris Flood
Thanks to Pablo Picasso, Cubism became one of the most powerful art movements. Unlike forms of art that reflected the world or were more naturalistic, Cubism encouraged audiences to see the world from a new perspective.
By Jennifer Maughan
Post Impressionism was a direct response to the Impressionist movement in the late 19th century. Learn how these two movements came to interact and contrast.
By Aysha Schurman
These Dada pioneers, including Hans Arp and Marcel Duchamp, launched an art movement that was so inspiring precisely because it was anti-art. When these artists rejected the past, they opened up visions of the future.
By Chris Flood
Enjoy the strength and grace of the Greek Bronze Warrior statues of Italy
By Angela Grogan-Henehan
Northern Renaissance art had a different look and feel to the work made in Italy at the time.
By Laura Evans
Baroque architecture still stands today as a monument to this vital artistic movement.
By Laura Evans
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