The majority of the neoclassical art contained clean backgrounds and architectural details from Greece and Rome, Impressionism was developed in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These pieces of art were painted as it someone just took a quick look at the subject of the painting. The paintings usually were in bold colors and did not have a lot tot detail. Paintings in this style were usually outdoor scenes like landscapes. The pictures were painted to look like they were shimmering.
Luncheon of the Boating Party by Renoir is a perfect example of Impressionism and is quite beautiful. It gives me the impression of light heartiness and fun. Abstract Expressionism is a movement that became popular is the post-World War II era in the late sass’s it is a movement f art that is highly emotionally charged. It can be said that it is an approach that involves complete freedom from all traditional aesthetic and social values and favors spontaneous, free personal expression. The work is usually loud in color and large in scale.
It appears to be free in form With lines that moue freely within the piece. Even though it looks very sloppy and messy there is not a single mistake or accident on these pieces. There are intentional strokes. As we see in the piece Autumn Rhythm it looks like there is just paint thrown all over the canvas at random but there is much feeling behind this piece. In this piece there are symbolic elements of nature in the orientation and color schemes that it portrays even fife do not immediately see it.
It is a very emotional piece as well as a very emotional movement in art. Out of all the movements personally like this one the best. In conclusion, these movements are all important to art, both individually and collectively. They tell stories of the time period that they belong to and about the people these time; stories that go deeper than any history book or personal recollection of that time, think that this is why it is so important to look at these pieces and see what lies beneath the surface or the canvas.