Styles of art in pictures need, in particular, to ensure that you were able to find out what style you draw (or rukodelie in General), or any interesting style suits you best for drawing.
we’ll Start with a style called “realism”. the Realism, is an aesthetic position that the task of art is as accurate as possible and objective fixation reality. There are many styles of realism — critical realism, socialist realism, hyperrealism, naturalism, and many others. In a broader sense, the realism is the ability of an art truthful, unvarnished portrayal of man and his world in lifelike, recognizable images, while not copying passively and dispassionately the nature and selecting in main and in an effort to convey in visible form the essential qualities of objects and phenomena.
Example: V. G. Khudyakov. The smugglers:
Now for the style called “impressionism”.Impressionism (FR. impressionnisme, from impression — impression) is a style where artists tried most natural and unbiased capture of the real world in its mobility and variability, to convey their fleeting impressions. Impressionism did not raise philosophical problems and did not even try to get under a colored surface ordinariness. Instead, impressionism focuses on the shallowness, the fluidity of the moment, the mood, the lighting or angle of view.
Example: J. William Turner :
Next on the list we are much less well known than impressionism and realism, a style called “Fauvism”. the Fauvism (from FR. fauve — wild) — the name was formed, as the picture left the viewer a feeling of energy and passion, and the French critic Louis Vasel called artists wild beasts (FR. les fauves). This was the reaction of contemporaries impressed by the exaltation of color, wild expression of colors. So random statement as fixed the name of the entire flow. Fauvism in painting characterized by vivid colors and simplified forms.
Next style — modern. the Modern — (from FR. moderne — modern), art Nouveau (FR. art nouveau, literally “new art”), art Nouveau (German. Jugendstil — “young style”) art movement in art, where the basis was the rejection of straight lines and angles in favor of more natural, “natural” lines, interest in new technologies. Art Nouveau sought to combine the artistic and utilitarian functions of the created works, to engage in the sphere of all spheres of human activity.
The example painting in the modernist style by A. Mucha “the Sunset”:
Then move on. the Expressionism (from lat. expressio, “expression”) expression of emotional characteristics of images (usually of a person or group of people) or the emotional state of the artist. In expressionism the idea of emotional impact, affectation was set in contrast to the naturalism and aestheticism. Stressed the subjectivity of the creative act.
Example: van Gogh, “Starry night over the Party”:
the Following course, which we’ll get is the cubism. the Cubism(FR. Cubisme) — the direction in art, characterized by the use of conditional emphasized geometrized forms, the desire to “crush” the real objects on the stereometric primitives.
Then the style called “futurism”. The name of the style futurismcomes from the Latin futurum — the future. The name itself implies a cult of the future and discrimination of the past with the present. His paintings of the futurists were devoted to train, automobile, aircraft — in short, the attention was all on momentary achievements of civilization, convinced of the technical progress. Futurism started from Fauvism, borrowing he finds color, and cubism, which have adopted the art form.
And now go to the style called “abstract”.Abstract (lat. abstractio — removal, diversion) — the direction of non-figurative art, refused to approximate to the real image forms in painting and sculpture. One of the goals of abstract art is the achievement of “harmonization”, the creation of certain color combinations and geometric shapes to arouse in the spectator various associations.
Next we have the list for “Dada”. the Dada, or Dada — the name of the flow comes from several sources: the language of the Negro tribe, KRU, it means the tail of a sacred cow in some areas of Italy so called mother, it can be a symbol of a children’s wooden horse, the nurse, twice in Russian and Romanian languages. It could be a reproduction of incoherent baby babble. Anyway Dadaism is something completely pointless that now and has become the most successful title for the entire course.
And we turn now to the Suprematism. the Suprematism (from lat. supremus — the highest) — expressed in combinations of colored planes of simple geometric shapes (geometric forms of straight line, square, circle and rectangle). The combination of multi-colored and different-sized geometric shapes forms riddled with internal balanced asymmetrical movement Suprematist compositions.
Example: Kazimir Malevich: