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Self-Portraits

Middle school Introduction to portraiture: frontal, profile, three-quarter profile. Proportion, realism. Prezi works as a visual to leave up on Smart Board for the duration of work time
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Adrienne Kitchens

on 11 April 2014

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Transcript of Self-Portraits

A drawing, painting, photograph, or sculpture that shows the
likeness of the artist
Practice what you know, and it will help to make clear what now you do not know.
-Rembrandt van Rijn
Value the process.
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Robert Raushenberg
Portrait:
I paint self-portraits because I am so often alone. Because I am the person I know best.

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Frida Kahlo
I was very down. I realized the gap between reality and the ideal...The first step, was to create a style to express my feelings accurately, starting with something that I knew really well —
myself
. -
Yue Minjun
Alan Craig
A work of art created to show a person, animal, or group of people, usually focusing on the face.
Ron Mueck
Leonardo da Vinci
Family Portrait
Pet Portrait
Scultpture
Diverse Media
Realism:
The rendering of something in a life like way
Proportion:
The relation of one thing to another with respect to size and placement
Profile:
Something seen or drawn from the side, such as a face
Contour
Drawing:

Self-Portrait:
The outline of a shape.
Three-quarter Profile:
NO!
Depicts the subject between a frontal view and a profile view; showing 3/4 of the face
Henri Matisse
http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/06/drawing-facial-features/
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