|What types of styles can be
associated with works of art?
Recurrent and distinctive features in works of art (a definition for "style") can be described in relation to the following characteristics.
pre-historic (Paleolithic, Upper-Paleolithic, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Stone Age, Iron Age), Egyptian, Greek, Byzantine, Etruscan, Roman, Early Christian, Medieval, Carolingian, Ottonian, Gothic,Renaissance, Baroque, 18th century, 19th century, 20th century, Pre-Columbian, Ming, Sung, Chou, Han, Fugiwara, Kamakura, Ashikaga, and Nara.
African, American, Assyrian, Chinese, Egyptian, European, Greek, India, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Oceanic, Northern European, Persian, Peruvian, and Sumerian.
Types of Styles:
abstract, abstract-geometric, anti-mannerist, archaic, baroque, classic, impressionistic, manneristic, naturlistic, neoclassic, non-objective, painterly, realistic, representational, and romantic.
Abstract Expressionism, Ash Can, Barbizon, Bauhaus, Blaue Reiter, Byzantine, Cinema Verite, Constructivism, Hudson River, Impressionism, Coptic, Cubism, Dadaism, Expressionism, Fauvism, Florentine, Futurism, Hard-edge, Hellenistic, Minimal, Naturalism, New Realism, Op, Orphism, Pointillism, Pop, Precisionism, Primitivism, Realism, Regionalism, Siennese, Song, Surrealism, Venetian,Yamato-e.
Idioms (styles of individual artists, just a few examples):
Bergman, Bernini, Bramante, Brunelleschl, Cellini, Duccio, Fellini, Giotto, Kurosawa, Rembrandt, La Tours, Van Gogh, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Fusion of Styles:
Etruscan-Italian, French-Baroque, Greco-Roman, Hellenistic, Italian Renaissance, Northern Renaissance, Spanish Gothic.