This lesson discusses different forms of Expressionsm, including Fauvism, The Bridge, and The Blue Rider.
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An art movement that is characterized by exaggerated and distorted forms and colors used by artists as a technique to increase an emotional reaction from the viewer.
A 20th-century experimental art movement, deriving from the French word fauve, meaning "wild beast"; distinguished by the use of bold colored landscapes and portraits.
A 20th-century German expressionist art movement consisting of a group of artists whose work is characterized by distinctively bold colored landscapes and portraits.
An informal group of early 20th-century artists associated with Vasily Kandinsky and Franz Marc whose work was recognized for using abstracted forms and colors.
The experience of one sense as another, for example visually sensing sound.