neo-expressionism

Style of modern painting in which the artist handles the materials in a rough and raw way, typically expressing violent emotion. It developed in the late 1970s as a reaction against conceptual art...
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Neo-Expressionism

This term came into use about 1980 to describe the international phenomenon of a major revival of painting in an Expressionist manner. It was seen as a reaction to the Minimalism and Conceptual art that had dominated the 1970s. In the USA leading figures were Philip Guston and Julian Schnabel, and in Britain Christopher Le Brun and Paula Rego. Ther
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Neo-Expressionism

diverse art movement (chiefly of painters) that dominated the art market in Europe and the United States during the early and mid-1980s. ... [5 related articles]
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neo-expressionism

Style of modern painting in which the artist handles the materials in a rough and raw way, typically expressing violent emotion. It developed in the late 1970s as a reaction against conceptual art and minimalism, and became a dominant force in avant-garde art during the 1980s, especially in the USA, Germany, and Italy. Pablo Picasso's late ...
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NEO-EXPRESSIONISM

- “New” expressionism - a term originally applied to works done primarily by German and Italian, who came to maturity in the post-WWII era; and later expanded (in the 1980`s) to include certain American artists. Neo- Expressionist works depict intense emo
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