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Looking at Portraits - Different styles

Used to demonstrate styles / vocabulary to describe artwork / ways of looking at artwork
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james milne

on 24 February 2014

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Transcript of Looking at Portraits - Different styles

Looking at Portraits
Jenny Saville
Peter Howson
Francis Bacon
Vic Muniz
Ron Meuk
Marcus Harvey
Cindy Sherman
What benefits can we get from looking at the work of Artists?
How can we use this to help with our own ideas?
What type of questions would help us to discuss a piece of Art?
INSPIRATIONS!
IDEAS!
NEW TECHNIQUES TO TRY!
ASPIRATIONAL!
INTERESTING!
UNDERSTANDING!
MEANING!
Painting
Sculpture
Photography
Marc Quinn
Pablo Picasso
How can sketching a piece of artwork help you?
What will it help you understand?
Other Cultures
CHOICES?
DIFFERENCES
Written Prompts to help you
write about a piece of artwork!

Florian Nicole
What type of questions would help us to discuss a piece of Art?
Minjae Lee
Minjae Lee
Making personal connections to the work of Artists
GCSE Bitesize - Vocabulary - Pages 74 and 75
Distorted / Scanned Portraits
Francis Bacon
Self Portrait: 1971
Intense / strong shades
Highlights
Contrasting shades
Subtle detail and tones
Materials / Equipment
Charcoal
Compressed Charcoal
Rubber
Cotton Wool
White- Conte Crayon
Fixative
Distorted
Distortion
Contorted
Unusual
British Artist
1909 - 1992
Things You Could Say
about this work

Adobe Photoshop
Digital Collage
Scanned image
Text
Layers
Overlap
Overlay
Ripped / torn
texture
Ink spatter
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