Northern Renaissance Art, 320 Paintings by
Over 100 Artists in One Screensaver.
The Northern Renaissance, or perhaps it would be better
said, the north and east and west renaissance, which
lasted from the mid 1400s through the early 1600s,
collectively represents the spread of the renaissance
influence as it expanded across Europe outwardly from
the Italian peninsula, with each country often having it's
own individual style. This screensaver includes works by
Albrecht Durer, Pieter Bruegel, Jan Brueghel, Hieronymus
Bosch, Hans Holbein, Jan van Eyck, Lucas Cranach, Hans
Memling, Quentin Massys, Jan Steen, David Teniers,
Petrus Christus, Jean Fouquet, Adriaen Brouwer, van der
Goes, Momper, Clouet, Ostade, Gossaert, Mabuse, van
der Weyden, and many more.
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Neo-Classical and Academic Art Wallpapers Backgrounds and Screensavers
Neo-Classical and Academic Art, 335
by Over 50 Artists in One
NeoClassicism, of the mid 1700s through the mid 1800s,
was the artistic component of the intellectual movement
known as the Age of Enlightenment . It was an art of an
ideal, familiar with it's own canon, but did not repeat it in
lifeless reproductions. Rather, with ever deepening
technical expertise, these artists synthesized the
traditions anew in each work, applying it to fresh
interpretations of often ancient archetypes.
Neoclassicism seems to be a natural recurring
expression of many cultures at certain moments in their
development, confident of their own rich traditions.
Academic Art, which gained great popularity during the
mid to late 1800s, refers to the work influenced by the
standards of the French Académie des Beaux Arts, from
which this movement derived it's name, in the attempt to
synthesize together both the styles of the preceding, and
sometimes conflicting, Neoclassicism and Romanticism
movements. A battle of styles known as the Poussiniste
Rubiniste debate had been long standing as to whether
line and form should dominate art due to their appeal to
the intellect, or that spirited application techniques and
more importantly color should dominate because of their
appeal to emotion. Both NeoClassicism and Academic Art
considered already existing idealized mythological,
literary, religious, and allegorical subjects as fertile soil,
and it assimilated the philosophical idea that history itself
could be considered as a collection of allegorical plays, a
dialect of competing ideas which had eventually resolved
in a synthesis.
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Hudson River School Landscapes and
, 360 Paintings in one screensaver.
The Hudson River School was an art movement in epic
American landscape painting during the mid to late 1800s.
The term school does not refer to a formal school as the
word is commonly used, rather it embodies the affiliation
and cooperation of two generations of American
landscape painters whose vision was strongly influenced
by the aesthetics of Romanticism. The name of this
movement depicts where this movement initially began,
the Hudson River Valley of New York State, however
many of these artists traveled far in their efforts to
capture the distant and varied landscapes throughout the
United States, such as the frontiers of the American West.
They painted the lush greenery of the North eastern and
Southern Mountain ranges to the beautiful earth tones of
the Western Grand Canyon, as well as the Rocky
Mountains and the Pacific Coast. Works by the second
generation artists are often described as examples of
Luminism, referring to the almost glowing effects in light
their paintings exhibited. Artists in this collection include
Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Cole, Frederic Edwin Church,
Thomas Moran, Asher Durand, Sanford Robinson Gifford,
John Frederick Kensett and many more. If you enjoy
photographs by Ansel Adams you will love these
paintings as well.
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Art Nouveau Wallpapers Backgrounds and Screensavers
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Art Nouveau, 350 Paintings in one
Art Nouveau, an influential movement of design and
applied art from the late 1800s through the mid 1920s. Its
premise was that art should be expressed on everything
from architecture to painting to furniture and household
items, in order to make art accessible to peoples'
everyday lives. It was characterized by motifs inspired by
nature, as well as highly stylized flowing lines, curves, and
forms. The movement beautifully facilitated the transition
from 19th to 20th century art. From Talouse-Lautrec,
Mucha and Klimt through the Glasgow Group. Also in this
collection are works by the Ashcan Group, an affilliation of
artists who beautifuly depicted the New York city of the
1910's and 1920's. This collection includes paintings by
Beardsley, Toorop, de Feure, Crane, Dupas, Goines, Klimt,
Mucha, Toulouse Lautrec, MacDonnald, MacNair,
MacKintosh, Barbier, d'Erte (Tirtoff ), Grasset,
Dobuzhinsky, Somov, Rippl-Ronai, Grasset, Steinlen, van
Dongen, Icart, Moser, Vuillard, Zandomeneghi, Vallotton,
the Glasgow Group, the Ashcan Group, Bellows, du Bois,
Glackens, Lawson, Luks, Predergast, Schinn, Sloan and
many more.
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Romanticism & Realism Art Wallpapers Backgrounds and Screensavers
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Romanticism, Barbizon School, & Realism
Art, 520 Paintings by Over 100 Artists in One
Romanticism, dominant between the late 1700s through
the mid 1800s, placed new emphasis on such emotions as
trepidation, terror and wonder, especially when
confronting the sublimity of the untamed power of nature.
In part, it was a reactionary revolt against the aristocratic
social and political norms of the Age of Enlightenment and
it's scientific rationalization of nature. The Romantic
sensibility contrasted with the NeoClassicism being
taught in the academies. The idea of the romantic
character may be expressed as a gifted, perhaps
misunderstood loner, creatively following the dictates of
his inspiration rather than the mores of contemporary
society. Romanticism placed importance on the awe
generated in being alive, and experiencing life 'in the
moment' through the senses. It elevated intuition and
spontaneity to noble characteristics and heavily prized
the tumultuous fires of personal human passions over
rationalism, permitting freedom from the classical notions
of form in art. This collection also includes many artists
from the Realism movement (not photo-realism as we
think of it today) and from the Barbizon School of
landscape. Realism was known for it's sublime simplicity,
clarity, and a change to an emphasis on depictions of
everyday working people living close to the earth; the
unique and beautiful style of landscape painting of the
Barbizon School was centered near the forest of
Fountainebleau in France.
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