Notebook

Notebook, 1993-

APPROACHES

Bartleby [Look It Up] -- Oxford Art Online - [By Subscription] -- Words of Art: An On-line Glossary of Theory and Criticism for the Visual Arts -- Glossary - ['Artist's on Art' / Dore Ashton] -- ArtLex - [Dictionary of Art Terms]

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Rayonism [Rayonnism, Rayism, Luchism]

Re-Visions

Ready-Made

Real [See Art of the Real]

Realism - "The term 'Realism' and its cognates are commonly used in their historical sense of verdical depiction or the representation of things precisely as they are seen to be without imaginative idealization or any kind of 'interpretation'. There is ofen implied an emphasis upon detail rather than general impression.

The terms Photographic Realism [or 'Photo-realism'], 'Hyperrealism', 'Superrealism' indicate extreme forms of Realism in this sense, usually with exaggerated attention to detail. Magical Realism carries similar implications. SInce the 1950s, however, the terms have also been used in a contrasting sense, of art which eschews representation and depiction altogether and avoids all forms of illusionism, including the creation of 'virtual' picture space. In this sense art is called 'Realist' when the materials or objects from which the work is contructed are presented for exacctly what they are and are known to be."[Osborne, Harold, editor. The Oxford C ompanion to Twentieth-Century Art. Oxford University Press. 1988.]

Réalités Nouvelles [See Salon des Réalités Nouvelles]

Rebel Art Centre

Red-figure vase paintings

Refus Global

Régence Stuyle

Regency Style

Regina Five

Regionalism

Reichenau School

Reims School

Relief

Relief Etching

Renaissance

Repoussoir

Representation

Reredos

Retroussage

Rocaille

Rocky Mountain School

Rococo

Roman School

Romanesque

Romantic Classicism

Romanticism

Romantic Tradition

Rubrication

Brotherhood of Ruralists




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