Instead of painting in a studio, the impressionists found that they could capture the momentary and transient effects of sunlight by working quickly, in front of their subjects, in the open air rather than in a studio.
An artist's style is basically the manner in which the artist portrays his or her subject matter and how the artist expresses his or her vision. Style is determined by the characteristics that describe the artwork, such as the way the artist employs form, color, and composition, to name just a few.
The concept of "movements" in art is usually linked to a specific time in history. Although art styles can be resurrected from the past, the movement itself is still anchored in its original position on the art history timeline.
Seri comes from the Latin work for silk and graphein, from the Greek, means to write or draw. The origin of screen-printing may have been in Japan, where artist made large, delicate paper cuttings in which the elements were joined and held together by human hair. The hairs served as stencil ties without interfering with the printmaking process.