Paintings 19th-20th century
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It was painted by Gustav Klimt in the 20th century. The name of the movement is Art Noveau. In the foreground there are a man and a woman who are kissing. In the left corner there is a colourful garden with some flowers. The background is golden. The lines are curving and there are some rectangular shapes. The atmosphere is romantic.
The scream by Edvard Munch.
It was painted by Edvard Munch in 1893. The name of the movement is Expressionism. In the painting there is a landscape at sunset. There are two men walking on a long bridge and a small lake in the background. In the foreground there is a man screaming. In the painting the lines are curving in the sky, in the lake and in the mountains and the lines are straight in the bridge. There are warm colours in the sky and cold colors in the other parts. The atmosphere is really melancholic and very sad.
CUBISM- GEORGES BRAQUE
It w as p aint ed b y Geor g es Br aq ue in 1 90 8. The nam e of m ovem ent is Cub ism . In t he p aint ing t her e ar e som e yellow houses and som e t r ees in t he for eg r ound and in t he b ackg r ound . Not hing is hap p ening . Ther e ar e b r ig ht and d ar k colour s. The lines ar e st r aig ht . The shap es ar e g eom et r ic, t he b r ushst r okes ar e fine. The at m osp her e is ser ene.
CYCLIST THROUGH THE CITY
It was painted by Fortunato Depero, in 1922. The name of the movement is Futurism. In the painting there is a black cyclist in the foreground. In the background there are some colors and lines: black, green blue and brown. In this painting a person is riding a bike. The lines are straignt, shapes are geometric and spherical. Brushstrokes are fine. The painter wants to communicate speed.
GUERNICA by Picasso
It was painted by Picasso.It was painted on 26th April in 1937.The name of the movement is Cubism. In the painting there are a lot of people and animals, and there is a lamp and the lines are straight and curving, and geometric shapes. In the foreground there is a bull and a mother with her son. To the right there is a soldier with a broken sword. He is lying on the ground. There is a horse with a spear in its chest. The people are fleeing from their house on fire. The people and animals are screaming. The atmosphere is violent, gloomy and sad.
The field of poppies by Monet
It was painted by Claude Monet in in the 19th century. The name of the movement is Impressionism. In the painting there is a landscape showing a field of poppies. In the foreground there are two people: a mum with her child. In the background there are some trees, the sky and a house. In the left corner there are more poppies than in the right corner. The mum with her child is walking across the field. The painting is rich in details, there are bright and also dark colours. The brushstrokes are loose and blended. The atmosphere is serene and peaceful.
THE VIEW OF SAINT TRO PEZ
THE VIEW OF SAINT TROPEZ
It was painted by Paul Signac at the end of the 19th century. This painting belongs to the pointillism movement. In the painting you can see a landscape, which shows Saint Tropez in France. In the foreground you can see a hill with tall trees in the right corner and a little village in the middle. In the background you can see some mountains and a small lake at their feet. There is a beautiful sunset with astonishing colours. The painter uses curving lines and the brushstrokes are fine and accurate. The most used colours are the warm colours such as: red, yellow and pink but he also uses cold colours such as: green, blue and violet. It communicates a sense of peacefulness and quiet.
THE SCREA M
It was painted by Edvard Munch in 1893. The name of the movement is Expressionism. In the foreground there is a man on a bridge over a lake. He is screaming. In the background there are two men walking on the bridge and a red sky. The painting is colourful, the lines are curving, the brushstrokes are blended. The colours are warm (yellow, orange and red) in the sky. The atmosphere is sad.