您将在艺术中无休止地遇到风格，学校和运动这两个术语。但他们之间有什么区别？似乎每个艺术作家或历史学家都有不同的定义，或者这些术语可以互换使用，尽管事实上它们的使用存在细微差别。风格是一个相当包含的术语，可以指艺术的几个方面。风格可以指用于创建艺术品的技术。例如，点画是一种通过使用小点颜色创建绘画并允许在观看者眼中发生颜色混合的方法。风格可以参考艺术作品背后的基本理念，例如，艺术与手工艺运动背后的“艺术为人民”理念。风格还可以指艺术家使用的表达形式或艺术品的特征外观。例如，形而上学绘画倾向于在扭曲的视角中具有古典建筑，在图像空间周围放置不协调的物体，并且没有人。学校是一群遵循相同风格，分享相同教师或具有相同目标的艺术家。它们通常链接到单个位置。例如：在十六世纪，威尼斯绘画学校可以与欧洲的其他学校（如佛罗伦萨学校）区别开来。威尼斯绘画由帕多瓦学校（Mantegna等艺术家）和荷兰学校（van Eycks）的油画技术开发而成。贝尼尼家族，乔尔乔内和提香等威尼斯艺术家的作品的特点是绘画方式（形式取决于颜色的变化而不是线条的使用）和所用颜色的丰富程度。相比之下，佛罗伦萨的学校（其中包括诸如Fra Angelico，Botticelli，Leonardo da Vinci，Michelangelo和Raphael等艺术家）的特点是对线条和绘画的强烈关注。从中世纪到十八世纪的艺术学校通常以他们所在的地区或城市命名。新的艺术家通过学徒系统学习交易，确保艺术风格从师傅到学徒继续进行。 Nabis由一小群志同道合的艺术家组成，包括PaulSérusier和Pierre Bonnard，他们在1891年到1900年间一起展出他们的作品。（Nabi是希伯来语中的先知。）就像英国的拉斐尔前派兄弟会一样大约四十年前，该组织最初保密。小组定期开会讨论他们的艺术哲学，专注于几个关键领域 – 他们作品的社会影响，艺术合成的需要，这将允许’艺术为人民’，科学的重要性（光学，色彩，和新的颜料），以及通过神秘主义和象征主义创造的可能性。在理论家莫里斯·丹尼斯撰写的宣言（宣言成为20世纪初运动和学校发展的关键一步）和1891年的首次展览之后，其他艺术家加入了该团体 – 最重要的是ÉdouardVuillard 。他们的最后一次合并展览是在1899年，之后学校开始解散。
You will endlessly encounter the two terms of style, school and sport in art. But what is the difference between them? It seems that every artist or historian has a different definition, or that these terms are used interchangeably, despite the fact that there are subtle differences in their use. Style is a fairly comprehensive term that can refer to several aspects of art. Style can refer to the technique used to create artwork. For example, point painting is a method of creating a painting by using a small dot color and allowing color mixing to occur in the viewer’s eyes. The style can refer to the basic ideas behind the artwork, for example, the “art for the people” concept behind the art and craft movement. Style can also refer to the expression form used by the artist or the characteristic appearance of the artwork. For example, metaphysical painting tends to have classical architecture in a distorted perspective, placing uncoordinated objects around the image space, and no one. A school is a group of artists who follow the same style and share the same teachers or have the same goals. They are usually linked to a single location. For example, in the sixteenth century, the Venetian Painting School could be distinguished from other schools in Europe, such as the Florence School. The Venetian paintings were developed by the oil painting techniques of the Padua School (artists such as Mantegna) and the Dutch School (van Eycks). The works of Venetian artists such as the Benigni family, Giorgio and Titian are characterized by the way the painting is made (form depends on the color change rather than the use of the line) and the richness of the colors used. In contrast, Florence schools (including artists such as Fra Angelico, Botticelli, Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael) are characterized by intense attention to lines and paintings. Art schools from the Middle Ages to the eighteenth century are usually named after their region or city. The new artist learns the transaction through the apprenticeship system, ensuring that the artistic style continues from the master to the apprentice. Nabis is made up of a small group of like-minded artists, including Paul Sérusier and Pierre Bonnard, who exhibited their work together between 1891 and 1900. (Nabi is a prophet in Hebrew.) Like the pre-Raphaelite fraternity in England, about 40 years ago, the organization was initially kept secret. The group meets regularly to discuss their art philosophy, focusing on several key areas – the social impact of their work, the need for artistic synthesis, which will allow ‘art for the people’, the importance of science (optics, color, and new pigments) And the possibility of creation through mysticism and symbolism. After the theorist Maurice Dennis’s declaration (the declaration became a key step in the movement and school development of the early 20th century) and the first exhibition in 1891, other artists joined the group – the most important one is ÉdouardVuillard. Their last combined exhibition was in 1899, after which the school began to disband.