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1937's Art and Beauty Presentation
Transcript of 1937's Art and Beauty Presentation
A work of Art is a confession.
~ Albert Camus Welcome to "What Makes Art Beautiful?" Brought to you by the Wonderful Folks From 1937
And Supported by Plato's Cave & Artistree Two philosophical themes i encourage you to notice: Which Influences which?
Does the Artist influence Beauty in the Viewer? Or Does the Viewer's appreciation of the artist's work make the Art Piece Beautiful? Which is more beautiful "Absurd Art" or "Dadaism?" Let's Look at some Art Work. Romanesque Art Examples: 'The Virgin and Child in Majesty and the Adoration of the Maji', Romanesque fresco by the Master of Pedret from the apse of the Church of "Era Mare de Diu de Cap d'Aran" (Tredòs), Lleida, Spain, c. 1100 The tympanum of Vézelay Abbey, Burgundy, France, 1130s, has much decorative spiral detail in the draperies. The Three Magi from the St. Albans Psalter, English, 12th century. Mary Magdalene announces the Risen Christ Romanesque Art 1000AD Gothic Art (1100 - 1450) This is Not Gothic Art. Introducing Simone Martini & Giotto di Bondone Simone Martini's Works Giotto's Works Renaissanace Art. (14 Century) Early Renaissance in Italy, 1400-1479 The "Trinity" was one of the first painting to show a greater understanding of one point perspective in an interior space. The barrel vault shows the grandeur of Rome. Figures shown are Mary, Saint John and the petitioners on the lower step. High Renaissance art in Italy, 1475-1525 The World Meets Leonardo da Vinci And Michelangelo Introducing Baroque 1600's - 1800's Caravaggio Annibale Carracci Impressionism (19th Century) Claude Monet Modern Art 1860 - 1970's The Abstract Dadaism (Absurd Art) Black Square Theo van Doesburg Counter-CompositionV (1924) Composition No. 10. 1939-42. Piet Mondrian Onement 1, 1948, by Barnett Newman. Kurt Schwitters, Das Undbild, 1919, Marcel Duchamp altered the Mona Lisa into an iconic Dadaist work. Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid
Metropolis, 1916-1917 by George Grosz Marcel Duchamp's urinal art, Fountain. Surrealism Salvador Dalí Shock Art That Brings us to Today.
What makes an Artwork Beautiful? “Love of beauty is Taste.
The creation of beauty is Art.”
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson http://platoscave.asia