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Transcript of Cubism-6th grade
CUBISM-Cubism was one of the most influential visual art styles of the early twentieth century. It was created by Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881–1973) and Georges Braque (French, 1882–1963) in Paris between 1907 and 1914.
It is when artists use objects that are broken up
and reassembled in an abstract way.
Pablo Picasso was one
of the most well-known
artists of his time. He started
the "cubism" art movement.
What does cubism artwork look
Copy in your journal and answer the question at the bottom
George Braque-13 May 1882 – 31 August 1963) was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, printmaker and sculptor. His most important contributions to the history of art were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1906, and the role he played in the development of Cubism.
What other artist is credited to starting Fauvism?
Answer the following questions in your journal:
1. What mediums did you use for your cubism
2. What character did you chose and how is
he/she different than your background? (complete
3. How does your work reflect the cubism style
of Pablo Picasso? (complete sentence)
4. What improvements do you need to make? (complete sentence)
5. What is successful in your cubism project? (complete sentence)
Change Friday's answer to Henri Matisse (not Pablo Picasso)
Copy in your journal:
Fauvism-(French word for "wild beasts") a loose group of early 20th Century Modern artists whose works emphasized painterly qualities and strong color.
Remember-projects must contain a foreground and background, try to use more than one medium, and just drawing shapes over a portrait DOES NOT count as cubism.
1. What mediums did the artist use?
2. What do you like about this project?
3. What needs improvement?
LGS- PEER CRITIQUE
Answer the following in complete sentence (one word answers will not be counted)
1. How is the artwork similar to cubism?
2. What mediums has the artist used? (Example: He/She used . . . .)
3. What advice would you give this artist to make the artwork better/to get a better grade?
4. What do you like about this picture?
Read the Pop Art article and answer the Pop Art questions in your journal, when you are done turn in
your journal and begin finalizing your Cubism
Cubism review/Answer the following questions:
1. What are three characteristics of cubism?
2. Is cubism one dimensional or does it contain a
lot of depth?
3. Who are the two artists considered to have started
4. Where did Pablo Picasso get his inspiration from for his "Three Musicians" painting?
5. What time period did Cubism first emerge?
Copy the following techniques in your journal:
Oil Pastel techniques:
Overlap two thick layers of different oil pastel colors on paper. Using a paper clip or wooden stylus, scratch or scrape away line designs revealing the color underneath.
Using small, choppy strokes, create a stippled effect on your paper. Layer additional colors for depth within your technique.
3. Color Mixing
Apply a rich layer of oil pastel then follow with another color applied on top (consider trying primaries first).
LGS Use your chromebook to answer the following questions.
Go to: http://www.basquiat.com/artist.htm
Click on the "dot" under 1960---What is Basquiat's
family cultural background?
1964--Where did he get his first inspiration for art?
1967--What were Basquiat's talents in school?
1974--What happens during this time and what trends do you see in his life so far?
1976--What happens during this time that influences
1976--What did he do at the age of 15?
Read what happened in 1977 (wow)
1978--(4th dot down) who did Basquiat sell his
post card art to?