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Art History Presentation
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first painting painted by Claude Monet in 1874 his painting was Impressionism Sunrise http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Surrealism Claude Monet, 1873, Musee Marmottan, Paris The Surrealism Era, was the time period when people explored the human imagination and tried to go against reason in their artwork. La Mouton, I Want a Dog, 2007 Philippe Halsman, Dali Atomicus, 1948 http://solidsmack.com/design/3d-product-design-surrealism-dali-inspiration/ Salvador Dalí,Galatea of the Spheres, 1952 Salvador Dalí, Sun Table, 1936 Romero Britto, Darth Vader, Hollywood Auctioneers, 2008 Romero Britto, Mona Cat, Private Collection 2007 Pop art is used as an exaggeration of feelings.
Pop art is a form of art that uses paterns to form an image Overview Summary References Surrealism is a kind of art that encouraged people to explore their minds and create even their most impossible dream. Surrealism, though interpreted differently by all artists, had a simple purpouse; to challange reason and expand human perspective. The name speaks for itself, in order to be Surrealism, the art work must be surreal.
Jeffery Harp illustrates surrealism by creating "key face" by putting a key were the child's face should go. Salvador has illustrated a face out of pearls, challenging reason makes this surrealism Overview Pop art is a way to create visual art by combining images, in any way, to create others. References Summary http://www.all-art.org/history580-3.html Napoleon III overthrown Girl with a Hoop, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, 1885, Paris It illustrates how young girls use to spend their time Lydia Leaning on Her Arms Mary Cassatt 1879 Art History Presentation Four Dancers Edgar Degas 1899 National Gallery of Art Washington http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impressionism http://www.arthistory.net/ http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/timeline.cfm http://www.artmovements.co.uk/home.htm Children on a farm Camilie Pissarro 1887 Mark Rothko, Aubade, 1944, The Phillips Collection Expressionism began in 1905 came from Europe http://www.johnmiddleham.co.uk/critical_studies/page9/files/144eb8a1930524afec49e995c591e801-19.html Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Davos under Snow 1923 This photo is illustrated to this artwork by it express how he he feels about where he lives or somewhere he loves. http://www.bohemia-galleries.com/Art/CCA/CCA.htm Kirchner Museum Davos Edvard Munch The Scream Peter Blake, I Love Vintage, Private Collection 2010 1893 Peter Blake was one of the most important artist that emerged from this era, and one of the few that continue their artwork today
Peter Blake has created a piece of popart by taking different images and combining them. National Gallery Oslo Pop art is a "visual art movement" that developed in the mid 1950s in Brittain and in the later 1950s in United States. Most often, to crate pop art, a popular cartoon or advertisement is taken out of context and isolated or combined with other objects. Francis Bacon Study after Velazquez's Portrait of Pope Innocent X 1953 Des Monies Art Center Andy Warhol, 210 Coca Cola Bottles ,1962 In this Era, some artists took the same illustration and changed the colors to create an intriguing effect. Andy Worhol, Twelve Electric Chairs, 1964 http://www.fulcrumgallery.com/Andy-Warhol/Twelve-Electric-Chairs-196465-giclee_24825.htm http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/expressionism.htm David Hockney,Pearblossom Highway, 1986, Collection of the Artist http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/TimeLineDisplay.cfm?Era_id=16 http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/surrealism http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pop+art?s=t&ld=1032 http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/abstract+expressionism?s=t&ld=1032 References The Starry Night late 19th and early 20th century. Vincent Van Gogh refers to intense emotions express intense feelings to the world. Southern France http://www.beatmuseum.org/pollock/bluepoles.html Jackson Polloc, Blue Poles, National Gallery of Austrilia 1952 Munich-Schwabing with the Church of St. Ursula http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guernica_%28painting%29 During this time period was when people decided to paint how they feel about other people or feel about different things that happened in their life time Fauvism Came from Paris which is also know as "The City of Love". Marth Rothko, No. 61 (Rust and Blue), 1951, Museum of Contemporary Art http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/No._61_%28Rust_and_Blue%29 Kees van Dongen Woman with large hat 1906 private collcetion this photo illustrates bright colors Henri Matisse Woman with a Hat 1905 San Francisco Museum Modern Art A Fauve artist feels that a painting should not only express the glory of life, but should also be a jewel in every surrounding A Fauve artist’s creation is large, peaceful, clear and often entirely, or almost flat, in order not to scatter or make more vague the effect on the viewer, but to allow it to be as penetrating as possible. Abstract Expressionism is a style of painting that combines abstract form and expressionist emotional value. Overview Summary William de Kooning, Woman; Sag Harbour, 1964 It illustrates he sees women at times http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_Center_%28Yellow,_Pink_and_Lavender_on_Rose%29 http://newlitcollaborative.ning.com/profiles/blogs/pluralart-bird-by-jackson?xg_source=activity Henri Matisse Green Stripe Jackson Pollock, Bird, 1941, Museum of Modern Art 1905 Statens Museum for Kunst Copenhagen Henri Matisse Madras Rouge 1907 Barnes Foundation of Philadelphia Mark Rothko, Tentacles of Memory, 1962 Abstract art has no limits, no rules to bend nor break. So it was a way for artists to release their emmotions onto a work of art. A piece of Abstract Expressionism has no certain shape, gives off emotion, and has many different interpretations. The color palette of this painting makes you feel a certain way, and it gives you a hint of how the artist felt while making it Jackson Pollock named this painting "Bird" because when he was done, it looked like a bird to him. It can be interpreted in many ways. Mark Rothko, Tentacles of Memory, 1962. Private Collection This time period was about expression how they felt about someone or something in a variety of crazy colors https://www.google.com/search?q=fauvism&um=1&hl=en&source=lnms&sa=X&ei=aWD_T439GMeA2gXP9ISvBA&ved=0CAwQ_AUoAA&biw=1920&bih=962#hl=en&sa=X&q=blue+nude&stick=H4sIAAAAAAAAAONgVuLUz9U3sKhIKjADABZkKb8NAAAA&ei=mGD_T-fJNKPg2AX58LmDBA&ved=0CMIBELEOMBM&bav=on.2,or.r_gc.r_pw.r_qf.,cf.osb&fp=16d8ab6d65b5ef11&biw=1920&bih=962 http://ehistory.osu.edu/world/timeline.cfm Paris 1905
strong bright colors
Matisse most prominent
Favves= Wild Beast OVER VIEW Summary References Overview References Summary Summary References Overview used to describe visual art in the late 19th century that emphasized the conveyance of an overall impression of a particular scene, usually outdoors, using primary colors and short brushstrokes to represent the appearance of reflected light Impressionist paintings contain very bright, bold colors and tend to have very little detail http://www.phillipscollection.org/research/american_art/artwork/Rothko-Aubade.htm Movement of fauvism by Cezanne led by Matisse celebrated nature through color Paris Pierre-Auguste Renoir The Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881 Paris Expressionism has high standards and it is very emotional Expressionism is painting something and trying to express how you feel about the thing you painting Paris Henri Matisse Still Life with Vegetables 1906 Paris Henri Matisse Promenade among the Olive Trees 1905 France