Genre is the general classification of your image. Not all images will fit into the Genre category. This list should help clear up confusion about what the different terms mean.
Images which do not reflect visual reality, as opposed to Realism, which seeks to show exactly what the eyes see.
Images that are created for commercial or advertising purposes, with or without other artistic purpose.
Art about flowers and plants.
Images made in relation to Classical antiquity, or with classical techniques (such as chiaroscuro)
Comic strips and cartoonish characters
Art in which the ideas and concepts take precedence over the imagery.
Artwork that has been produced employing techniques made popular after World War II.
Images that exist purely for decorative and ornamental purposes. These types of works seek to add a decorative essence to a room.
Images created with traditional drawing materials - pen and ink, pencil, charcoal.
Usually used to describe candid, investigative photojournalism.
Tasteful images of nudes in any medium.
Relating to clothing, accessories, and models.
Artwork that exists purely for aesthetics rather than function.
Images or objects which reflect the traditional culture of a particular region or place, and is generally made by self-trained artists.
Art that has been generated by algorithms, generally through computer software (i.e. Fractals)
Images that convey a particular culture of place or traditional modes of expression. Generally this term is applied to art which reflects non-European modes of expression.
A broad term referring to the art of visual communication, generally in a commercial sense, where presentation is most important. Clean, bright images, perhaps with typographical elements.
An image depicting or relating to a real person or event from the past.
Artwork with humorous elements and intention.
Images of landscapes, real or imaginary.
Images that are incredibly close up. Generally refers to photographs.
Art that utilizes popular imagery and commodities as resources and inspiration.
Images that focus on the personality and representation of a person or animal.
Artwork that focuses on depicting subjects and objects accurately, as they appear in reality.
A cultural and artistic movement based on surprise, unexpected composition, and irrational thought.
Art that uses established techniques to visually depict homey, comfortable scenes.
Imagery that is inspired by cities and city life, including street life.