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Pop art

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Jonathan Gere

on 26 February 2014

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Transcript of Pop art

Pop art
-Art movement that started in the 1950's in Britian.
-Was focused on a mixture of representational art and modern references and objects.
-in the 1960's Pop Art reached America, where it's ideas were repurposed.
-American culture had changed the idea of pop art into appealing to the masses.
What is Pop Art?
-Contained more Bold colors and aggressive art style
-Had connections to mass produced objects.
*EX: Andy Worhol's Campbell Soup Painting
American Pop Art
-Was a leading figure in the new art movement.
-Went to school for art.
-Joined the Army for 3 years.
-after that went back to collage and became a professor of art.
Roy Lichtenstein
-He described American Pop Art as "not 'American' painting but actually industrial painting"
How he describes Pop Art
Here is an example of one of his later paintings. His (on the right) is based off of Vincent VanGoug's 'Bedroom in Arles' (pictured left)
His painting 'Whaam'
Most famous for...
Liechtenstein's art was close copies of comic book panels. Most critics did not believe that he was a talented artist, just a copier.
Inspiration
The inspiration for this piece came from a panel in the DC comic 'All American Men of War'
Now you are going to channel your inner 'pop' artists and create a self portrait!
Pop art self portrait
A catchy caption,
Yours will include...
Bold lines,
Deep shadows and highlights,
and finally a RAD and colorful background.
Grading
10 pts.- Use of either a complimentary or analogous color
10 pts.- 4 intermediate and/or secondary colors (great for giving the illusion of shading)
10 pts.- Colorful patterned background
10 pts.- Use of Mixed Medium
10 pts.- Caption
20 pts.- Bold lines, intense shadows and highlights
10 pts.- Craftsmanship
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