How to define Figurative style?

Figurative art is an artistic style that results in the representation of the visible. It is often opposed to abstract art. Figurative art in painting testifies to a desire to restore all the details of a subject or a situation in its composition (naturalism). The most famous figurative genres are landscapes, portraits and still lifes. Not being an artistic movement but a simple timeless artistic style, it is present in all eras: from the Renaissance to Street Art, through romanticism, realism, hyperrealism, expressionism, symbolism , cubism, fauvism or even impressionism.