What do artists follow when they create their works?
What are classical works of art connected with or influenced by?
What qualities do classical works of art possess?
In what century was Classicism the quality of being simple, balanced and
What artists appeared in European art in the late 18th and early 19th centuries?
What was Romanticism followed by in the 19th century?
How did realistic paintings show things?
When did such art movements as Impressionism, Surrealism, such styles as Cubism
and Expressionism appear?
Whom was impressionism founded in France in the 1870s by?
What style did they develop?
What artist painted his pictures in his own particular way, following new
scientific ideas about how we see light and colour?
How many coloured dots are his pictures made up of?
When did surrealism appear?
Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte were famous surrealists, weren't they?
Where was Pablo Picasso born in 1881?
Where did he mostly live?
What styles did Pablo Picasso work in?
Where was a style known as Expressionism developed?
When did abstract art become popular?
Abstract art doesn't mirror real people or things, but is an arrangement of
shapes and colours, does it?