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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
Are you intrigued by pop art? Have you considered creating your own pop art images? Learn the elements of pop art and try applying them to your own artwork.
By Rachel Mork
During Surrealism, paintings focused on describing the subconscious mind. For that reason, major artworks of that time depicted strange juxtapositions and objects behaving in unusual ways.
By Jennifer Maughan
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
Baroque style can't be summed up with one person or work, and it must be understood in the proper context.
By Laura Evans
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
Dada art had artistic trends, even though members of the movement claimed to be "anti-art." Those trends included a reliance on chance to create works and the use of "ready-made" objects.
By Chris Flood
Medieval art decorated monasteries and castles, but it also illuminated the lives of ordinary people attending their church.
By Janet Grischy
During the Dada art movement, artists such as Marcel Duchamp rejected everything that came before and made a political statement by embracing chaos, to the point of being anti-art.
By Chris Flood
Edgar Degas and Impressionism are forever linked, given the artist's involvement in organizing the first Impressionist exhibit. Learn how this talent made his mark on art and Impressionism.
By Aysha Schurman
By Aisling Ash
What are the characteristics of Renaissance art and what made the art of this era so revolutionary?
By Laura Evans
What are some of the more common art deco designs and symbols?
By Laura Evans
Learn about some famous pop art artists who helped to define the genre.
By Rachel Mork
Famous Renaissance art remains among the most popular works in the western world. 
By Laura Evans
Photography is an art form and hobby that plays an important role in society.
By Crystal Eynon
Italian Renaissance art revolutionized the way that people painted. Learn how.
By Laura Evans
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
When it comes to impressionism for kids, it's key to remember that most humans, especially youngsters learn best in a full immersion environment. By engaging children visually and physically, Impressionism practices and approaches will be best learned.
By Aysha Schurman
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