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Day One

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Melanie Rapp

on 13 August 2018

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Day
One

What to Expect
Lesson Days
People that influenced him:
Welcome!
Legacy...
Damien Hirst
Julian Schnabel
Wayne McGregor
John Maybury
Tarsem Singh
Jonathan Demme
Clive Barker
Adrian Lyne
Konami Digital Entertaiment
"I think Bacon is one of the greatest painters of all time. He's up there with Goya, Soutine and Van Gogh: dirty painters who wrestle with the dark stuff. He's complicated. It's not essentially about formal skill or technique or dexterity. It's about belief. I believe!"
"I kind of expected it to happen the way it did. My early paintings weren’t that good – I was very influenced by Francis Bacon. But there was a kind of intensity there. And however influenced they may have been by other people, even my earliest paintings were recognisably my own. If I hung one of my paintings next to someone else’s, I knew mine would kind of pop off the wall"
Wayne McGregor a British choreographer of modern contemporary dance was inspired by Bacon’s work to create, L'Anatomie de la sensation, for the Opéra de Paris in 2011
Shark's Jaw, Skull and Iguana on a Table, 2008
He’s life was portrayed in John Maybury’s film Love Is the Devil: Study for a Portrait of Francis Bacon released in 1998.
His painting inspired the visual conception of the movie The Cell, released in 2000 by Tarsem Singh. The movie uses a lot of violence, cruelty and vulnerability images from Bacon’s paintings.
The Silence of the Lambs by Jonathan Demme also used Bacon’s painting for his movie.
Bob's World
1980
Hellraiser
Adrian Lyne in Jacob’s Ladder, used it to demonstrate the insanity of his character.
Even video games like Silent Hill developed by Konami used Bacon’s painting for their monsters.
Works Cited
What -ism Influenced The Painting?
And the transformation of the pork into bacon is the most extraordinary and obvious Francis Bacon influence today.
He made this triptych at the end of WWII when people around the world found out what happened to the people in the concentration camps.
The figures represent the three goddesses of vengeance: Alecto, Megaera, and Tisiphone; according to Greek Mythology, they were in charge of punishing crimes that were beyond human justice.

oil and pastel on cardboard, 94 x 74 cm (each)
The Tate Gallery, London
Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion, 1944
"An illustrational form tells you through the intelligence immediately what the form is about, whereas a non-illustrational form works first upon sensation and then slowly leaks back into the fact."
http://www.theartstory.org/artist-bacon-francis.htm
http://www.francis-bacon.com
Pablo Picasso
Diego Velasquez
Vincent Van Gogh
Rembrandt
Chaim Soutine
Francisco Goya
Edgar Degas
John Constable
Alberto Giacometti
Eadward Muybridge
Luis Buñuel
Titian
Cimabue
Saturn Devouring His Son,
1819-1823
Guernica
1937
Portrait of Pope Innocent X
1650
Study for a Portrait of Van Gogh IV 1957
Francis Bacon
Vincent Van Gogh
The Painter on the Road to Tarascon 1888
Crucifix (1287-88)
Portrait of Isabel Rawsthorne
1966
Painting
1929-30
Seated Figure
1961
Reclining Figure, No. 1
1961
Study for a Portrait
1952
Rug
1929
Rug
1929
Figures in a Garden
1936
Figure in a Landscape
1952
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
A) Surrealism
B) Expressionism
C) Cubism
Cubism:
a style of painting and sculpture developed in the early 20th century, characterized chiefly by an emphasis on formal structure, the reduction of natural forms to their geometrical equivalents, and the organization of the planes of a represented object independently of representational requirements.Pioneered by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso.
Violin and Candlestick
1910
Georges Braque
Surrealism:
an artistic and literary movement, dedicated to expressing the imagination as revealed in dreams, free of the conscious control of reason and convention. Surrealism inherited an anti-rationalist sensibility from Dada, and was shaped by emerging theories on our perception of reality, especially Sigmund Freud's model of the subconscious. stressing the subconscious or nonrational significance of imagery arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, unexpected juxtapositions, etc.
http://www.artrepublic.com/art_terms/19-surrealism.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cubism
http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/cubism
The Persistence of Memory
1931
Salvador Dali
Abstract expressionism was an American post-WWII art movement. it was the first specially American movement to achieve international influence and put New York City at the center of the western art world, a role formerly filled by Paris.
The movement's name is derived from the combination of the emotional intensity and self-denial of the German Expressionists with the anti-figurative aesthetic of the European abstract schools such as Futurism, the Bauhaus ans Synthetic Cubism. Additionally, it has an image of being rebellious, anarchic,highly idiosyncratic and some feel nihilistic.
Richard Pousette-Dart
Symphony No.1, The Transcendental,
1941-1942
Frankenthaler Helen
Mountains and Sea
1952
His breakthrough came with the 1944 triptych Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion, and it was this work and his heads and figures of the late 1940's through to the mid-1950's that sealed his reputation as a notably bleak chronicler of the human condition.
Expressionism
an artistic and literary movement originating in Germany at the beginning of the 20th century, which sought to express emotions rather than to represent external reality: characterized by the use of symbolism and of exaggeration and distortion
The Scream
1893
Edvard Munch
Study after Velázquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X
1953
On "Lesson Days" students are to put all technology away. Technology (phones, iPods, etc.) that are out during the lesson will be taken for the remainder of the class period.
During lessons students are to have eyes and ears on the teacher.
WEBSITE
Materials
Art Experience
Please note the section on tardies and absences. Not only do tardies and absences impact you as a learner negatively, but they also interrupt class. Please be respectful and come to class on time.
Grades are negatively impacted by poor attendance.
http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/bacon-figure-in-a-landscape-t07351
http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/bacon-figures-in-a-garden-t12539
http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/bacon-portrait-of-isabel-rawsthorne-t00879
http://www.tate.org.uk/art/artworks/bacon-rug-l02868
http://en.wahooart.com/@@/6E3SVJ-Francis-Bacon-gouache,-1929
Work Days
Please see the class website. On it you will find the class blog, my email, and other very important information. Let's go over the rules.
"Picasso is the reason why I paint. He is the father figure, who gave me the wish to paint."
" Velazquez found the perfect balance between the ideal illustration which he was required to produce, and the overwhelming emotion he aroused in the spectator."
Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon
Untitled (Two Figures in the Grass), c. 1952.
In his paintings of Two Figures, the poses were based on Muybridge’s images of wrestlers, but manipulated to more personal and sexual ends
Welcome to Ms. Rapp's Class!
On work days, students are to get out materials and work. Students may listen to music if the cords do not get in the way of the materials/work. Students are to properly clean up after they work.

Materials should be used sparingly. Only take what you need! Properly clean all tools, especially brushes. Students may be fined for broken tools.
Attendance
On the UP side!
Students with perfect attendance will receive prizes at the end of the semester.
Gift cards, treats, etc.
So be here and be on time!
Everyday
Everyday, whether it's a lesson day or not, directions will be on the projection screen. Ms. Rapp will also start class with oral directions, so it's important to remain silent during class directions. Don't worry, it's usually brief. We'll be spending most of our time CREATING!
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