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, Kinetic Art and Sculpture

Kinetic Art and Sculpture

    Kinetic Art and Sculpture     Kinetic art is defined as any art that either contains movement as a part of its operation (i.e. a water sculpture featuring cascading water) or depends upon motion when it comes to affecting the viewer’s perception. Kinetic…

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, Photorealism in Painting

Photorealism in Painting

    Photorealism in Painting     Photorealism was an art movement that strove to reproduce objects on the canvas in almost microscopic detail, with artists adhering to representational verisimilitude (representing objects as they appear to the eye) as was within their particular skill sets….

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, Reviving Fine Art Movements Online

Reviving Fine Art Movements Online

    Reviving Fine Art Movements Online     Living post-Internet in a digital age, it’s perhaps easy to think each new art movement births itself spontaneously in an art forum online. Instantaneous communication has made connecting with other artists simpler ever before. Hosting digital…

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, The Lasting Effects of Cubism

The Lasting Effects of Cubism

         The Lasting Effects of Cubism     Avant-garde art in the early 20th century featured Cubism, an art movement that originated in Europe with the works of Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso and later joined by such talents as Robert Delaunay…

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, Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements

Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements

  Transitioning between Two Major Art Movements   Historically, the period between any two major fine art movements has been tumultuous, fraught with young artists proliferating a wide variety of experimental styles, with major metropolitan fine art scenes constantly birthing new schools of thought. Typically,…

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, The Rise of Minimalism

The Rise of Minimalism

Abstract expressionism dominated the US art scene throughout the 1950s as artists sought, in true Romantic fashion, to express their personal emotions through their art. As with any large art movement in American culture (or elsewhere), there were fringe groups that did not adopt the…

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, Important Event to Attend: YOUNG MASTERS (The Cynthia Corbett Gallery): DIALOGUES

Important Event to Attend: YOUNG MASTERS (The Cynthia Corbett Gallery): DIALOGUES

THE CYNTHIA CORBETT GALLERYYOUNG MASTERS: DIALOGUESContemporary works inspired by the Sphinx Fine Art Old Master Collection12 – 24 October 2015Sphinx Fine Art125 Kensington Church StreetLondon, W8 9LP( Young Masters is a not for profit initiative of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery) It is with great pleasure that we announce…

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