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It moved to Dessau in 1925-6, to Berlin in 1932, and was closed in 1933.
Its teaching method replaced the traditional pupil-teacher relationship with the idea of a community of artists working together. Berliner Sezession) Association led by the German Impressionist painter Max Liebermann which exhibited the work of the "Die Brucke" artists in 1908.
Byzantine Art An umbrella term for fine arts developed within the Eastern Roman Empire, centred on Constantinople (Byzantium) from roughly 350 CE to 1450. Camden Town Group Group of English Post-Impressionist painters formed in 1911 around Walter Sickert, including Spencer Gore, Lucien Pissarro, and Augustus John, who applied some of the principles of Paul Gauguin and Vincent van Gogh to contemporary London subject matter.
Caravaggism The light/shadow painting technique associated with Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, involving chiaroscuro and tenebrism.
Chinoiserie Pseudo-Chinese style of decoration which flourished in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Christian Art Visual arts associated with Christianity, from c.150 onwards. Classical Indian Painting From Ajanta to late classical Buddhist art (up to 1150 CE).
Australian Impressionism Works by Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Fred Mc Cubbin, Charles Conder. Australian Modern Painting 20th-Century modern art embodied by Russell Drysdale, Sidney Nolan and others.
Chicago School of Architecture Group of architects working in Chicago between 18, led by William Le Baron Jenney (1832-1907).
Baroque Style of architecture, painting, and sculpture originating principally in Italy, of the late 16th to the early 18th century; it exhibited an increased interest in dynamic movement and dramatic effects.
Also: "baroque" is sometimes used in a pejorative sense to mean over-elaborate, florid.
Biedermeier Style of Art A Romantic-Realistic type of 'domestic' painting, interior design and architecture, popular in Germany, Austria and Denmark around 1810-60. Der Blaue Reiter, "The Bridge") Group of artists formed in Munich in 1911 by Wassily Kandinskv and Franz Marc.
Biomorphic Abstraction Style of rounded abstract forms, used by Henry Moore and others. The group was of very varied outlook; other artists who joined it included Paul Klee, Georges Braque, and Picasso. Bolognese School of Painting Founded in Bologna, Italy by Annibale Carracci, his brother Agostino, and cousin Ludovico (1555-1619). Die Brucke, "The Bridge") Group of German Expressionist painters founded in Dresden in 1905, and including the artists Ernst Ludwig Kirchner and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff. Brutalism Architectural style of the 1950s associated with Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe, in which no attempt is made to disguise the building materials used.
Also: The Baroque period refers to the 17th century, when the style was at its height.