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Expressionism

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Transcript of Expressionism

Expressionism
What is Expressionism?
Our Piece
Fear of the monster inside yourself
Bibliography
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expressionism
A style of art associated with emotion
Early 20th century in Germany
Exaggerated emotion to portray a feeling
Expressionism Art
Young girl realizes she did wrong and is afraid of what she did
Exaggeration of the eyes
Scream- Edvard Munch
Blind Musician- Alvar Cawen
Creating Our Paper Sculpture
Vellum, paper, tape, molding paste, wood and glue
http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciation/art_movements/expressionism.htm
Challenge: the shape of the head
Bed- wood covered in paper
Elements and Principles
Pattern
Porportion/Scale
Emphasis
Edvard Munch
Melancholy- 1894
Anxiety- 1894
The Scream- 1893
1863-1944
http://www.mnc.net/norway/munch.htm
www.edvardmunch.org
Vincent Van Gogh
At Eternity's Gate- 1890
Starry Night- 1889
1853-1890
"I have put my heart and sould into my work, and have lost my mind in the process" - Van Gogh
http://www.neuegalerie.org/exhibitions/van-gogh-and-expressionism
"I want to touch people with my art, I want them to say 'he feels deeply, he feels tenderly'." - Van Gogh
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