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Braque worked closely with
Picasso on Cubism;
preferred still-life themes.

II
Calder was sculptor;
produced large stabiles to be
displayed out of doors.

III
Henri Matisse was
painter, sculptor, printmaker,
renowned colorist.

IV
Surrealism
and abstract art influenced
sculptor, Henry Moore.

V
Jean Renoir, son of
August Renoir, became a
famous film maker.

VI
Grandma Moses was
a self-taught artist; gained fame
at an advanced age.

VII
Emil Nolde was
an expressionist painter
and graphic artist.

VIII
Joan Miro---painter
and sculptor; produced playful
and erotic works.


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IX
Salvator Dali---
painter, poet, novelist;
influenced by Freud.

X
Mary Cassatt---friend
of Impressionists; painted
common family scenes.

XI
Paul Cezanne had a
great impact on twentieth
century artists.

XII
Marcel Duchamp was
a French painter and an art
theorist; liked chess.

XIII
Pablo Picasso---
painter, sculptor, printmaker,
designer, genius.

XIV
Rodin---French sculptor;
he won his reputation
with the "Age of Bronze."

XV
H. Frankenthaler
was Abstract Expressionist.
She used color stain.

XVI
Andrew Warhol---he
was a well known pop artist
and a filmmaker.

XVII
A product of the
ash can and cubism art schools
was Stuart Davis.
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XVIII
Jackson Pollock's art---
"action painting"--- can you find
out its true meaning?

XIX
Georgia O'Keeffe's art
has been viewed as erotic
and original.

XX
Red Grooms, who hails from
Nashville, Tenn.; well, he creates
huge 3-D cartoons.

XXI
Les Fauvists (the wild
beasts)---their work displayed striking
colors/distortions.

XXII
Charles Demuth's awesome
watercolor paintings showed
both flowers and fruit.

XXIII
Andrew Wyeth's works
display the seasons of the
year in New England.

XXIV
Chinese Brush Painting---
well taught by San Diego's
own artist, Kwan Jung.

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