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Art Term: Forces nouvelles

F - 64 - straight photography
F-stop
F. fec. fecit
Faade
Fabricate
Face
Facing
Facing removal
Facsimile
Faded
Faience
Fair market value
Fake
Fake duotone
Fall river evening drawing school
Fame
Famous artists school
Fan
Fan brush
Fan vault
Fanciful
Fantastic
Fantasy
Fap
Farm security administration
Farrago
Fascist aesthetic
Fascist art
Fashimite
Fast color inks
Fast colors
Fat
Fat over lean
Fat over lean or fat over thin
Fauves - fauvism
Fauvism
Faux
Fax
Fayum portrait
Fayum portraits
Federal art project
Federation of british artists - fba
Federation of canadian artists
Federation of modern painters and sculptors
Feeding unit
Feet
Feldspar
Felix meritis
Felt finish
Felt side
Felt tip pens magic marker
Felts
Female school of art london
Feminist art
Femmage
Femme fatale
Fenestration
Feng shui
Fenway studio building
Feretory
Ferrer modern school-new york
Ferro concrete
Ferrotype
Ferrous
Ferrule
Festoon
Fete champetre
Fete galante
Fetish
Fettle
Fettling
Fettling knife
Fiber
Fiberglass
Fiberglass fiberglas
Fibonacci numbers
Fibula
Field and stream
Field loss
Field of view
Fiesta ware
Fifth color
Fifth dimension
Fig leaf
Figuration
Figuration libre
Figurative
Figure
Figure - ground
Figure-ground
Figureheads
Figurine
Fijnschilders
Filbert
File
Filigree
Fill
Filler
Filling compound
Film
Film gauge
Film laminate
Filter
Fin de siecle
Findings
Fine art
Fine arts federation
Fine motor
Fine papers
Fine screen
Fine silver
Finger paint
Finger painting - finger paints
Finial
Finish
Finished size
Fire
Fire brick
Fire gilding
Fireplace
Firestone collection of canadian art
Firing
Firing cracks
Firing skin
First amendment rights
Fish-eye lens
Fit
Five dynasties
Five kiowa
Fix
Fixative
Fixed costs
Flaking
Flamboyant
Flaming
Flammable
Flange
Flashing
Flask
Flat
Flat chisel
Flat color
Flat file
Flat plan
Flat size
Flat wash
Flatbed scanner
Flattery
Flexography
Flip book
Float
Floating signature
Flood
Floodlights
Florence academy of art
Florida highwaymen
Flourish
Flow
Flubdub
Fluorescence
Fluorescent colors
Fluorescent paint
Flush cover
Fluted
Flux
Fluxus
Fly-whisk
Flying buttress
Flyleaf
Foam board
Focal length
Focal plane
Focal point
Focus
Fogging back
Foil
Foil emboss
Foil stamp
Fold
Fold marks
Folder
Foldout
Foliate
Folio
Folk art
Follower of....
Folly cove designers
Font typeface
Fontainebleau prize
Fontography
Foot
For position only
Forces nouvelles
Fore-edge painting
Foreground
Forensic art
Foreshortening
Forge
Forgery
Forget
Forging
Form
Form bond
Form roller
Formal
Formal - formalism
Formal analysis
Formalism
Format
Formica
Formication
Fort worth circle
Forum
Forwarding
Found materials
Found object
Foundation for art and preservation in embassies
Foundry
Fountain
Fountain solution
Four abstract classicists
Four-color process printing
Four-dimensional
Fourteenth street school
Fourth dimension
Fourth wall
Foxing
Fractal
Fragment
Fraktur
Frame - framing
Frame abrasions
Frame-grabber
France
Frank leslie's illustrated newspaper
Frederic remington award
Free academy of new york
Free carving
Free sheet
Freedom of expression
Freehand
Freelance and freelancer
Freestanding sculpture
Freezing point
French art mission
French curve
French fold
French impressionism
Fresco
Fret
Friable
Frieze - entablature
Frigidarium
Frisage
Frisket
Frisson
Frontal
Frottage
Frottis
Fsa
Ft.
Fte galante
Fugitive colors
Fugitive pigment
Fulcrum
Full round
Full-range halftone
Full-scale
Full-scale black
Full-screen image
Fumage
Fumigant
Fumigate
Function
Funism
Funk art
Fusain
Fuse
Fusion
Fusion des arts
Fusuma-e
Futurism
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Forces nouvelles
Definition and background:
A reactionary movement, it was against an apparent intellectualism in the arts. The group, founded in Paris, France in the 1930s, was influenced by modernist leaning artists including George de La Tour Le Nain and Paul Chardin. Leading members and founders of Forces Nouvelles were Pierre Tal-coat, Robert Humblot, George Rohner and Raymond Moisset. They worked from emotive expressionist techniques, later experimenting with the abstract. Source: Papillon Gallery, Hollywood CA
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