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Flemish School

Characterised by idealism and experimentation with perspective, Flemish Art thrived in the 15th century, specialising in portrait painting with religious themes and complicated iconography.

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This movement began in Italy in the 14th century and the term, literally meaning rebirth, describes the revival of interest in the artistic achievements of the Classical world.

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Surrealism was an artistic and literary movement, dedicated to expressing the imagination as revealed in dreams, free of the conscious control of reason and convention. 

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Pre-Raphaelite aimed to rediscover the painting styles of artists working earlier than the time of Raphael.

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Op Art

Optical Art or Op Art is the term used to describe paintings or sculptures create the illusion of movement through their use of optical effects. 

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Etching is the most widely used form of the ‘intaglio’ processes where the line and tone of an image are created by exposing areas of a metal plate to acid.

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Dada was an international movement among European artists and writers between 1915 and 1922, characterised by a spirit of anarchic revolt. 

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Cubism rebelled against established ways of painting and altered the way subjects can be captured on paper.

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Abstract Expressionism

Abstract Expressionism evokes their aim which was to make abstract art that was also expressive or emotional in its effect. 

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