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Portfolio Art History Painting
Transcript of Portfolio Art History Painting
Chose one of these two projects:
-Art history meets pop culture
-In the spirit of the artist
Subject of your choice (portrait, still life, landscape, etc.) and choose an artist or movement style to paint it in.
Selection of Artist
Consider an artist who's style would be a stretch for you-something new to try, or choose an artist who's style really interests you and becomes your inspiration.
Look at the body of work your artist has created, notice how the artist evolved. What stayed the same and what changed over time?
Art History Meets Pop Culture
Choose a well recognized painting and create an original parody painting by incorporating pop culture.
a piece of art, music, writing, etc., that imitates the style of someone or something else in an amusing way
images, ideas, perspectives, attitudes, etc. this collection of ideas permeates the everyday lives of the society. Heavily influenced by mass media.
Impressionism/ Post Impressionism
Pop culture is the focus.
something that shows respect or attests to the worth or influence of another
“Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist”
― René Magritte
Homage to Fauvism
Vincent van Gogh (Post Impressionist)
Claude Monet (Impressionism)
Paul Gauguin (Post Impressionism)
(american pop artist)
Andy Warhol (American pop artist)
Peter Max (American pop artist)
Rene Magritte (Surrealism)
Salvador Dali (surrealism)
Surrealism and More
George Seurat(Post Impressionism/Pointillism)
Chagall was influened by Cubism, Expressionism and Surrealism but refused to be associated with any movement.
Alphonse Muscha (Art Nouveau)
Gustav Klimt (Symbolist)
Symbolist painters believed that art should reflect an emotion or idea rather than represent the natural world in the objective,
Naive or Primitive manner
Henri Matisse (Fauvism)
Edvard Munch (Geman Expressionist)
Many more that are not included.