Transcript: "The Musician", oil on canvas by Tamara de Lempicka, 1929, stolen in 1 May 2009 from the Scheringa Museum of Realist Art. Art deco experienced a decline in popularity during the late 1930s and early 1940s, but had a resurgence during the 1960s, It continued with the popularization of graphic design during the 1980s. Art deco had a profound influence on many later artistic styles, such as Memphis and pop art. For paying attention society's purpose was to demonstrate internationally the evolution of the French decorative arts. They organized the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes (International Exposition of Modern Industrial and Decorative Art) in Paris, which would feature French art and business interests. Art Deco movement followed the Art Nouveau era.The Art Deco era happened during the Third Republic in France which was marked by social stability, industrialization, and the establishment of professional civil service. The terms style moderne and art deco both derive from the exposition's title, though the term art deco was not used much until popularized by art historian Bevis Hillier's 1968 book Art Deco of the 20s and 30s. Art deco was a popular style used for consumer products such as furniture, china, lamps, cars, jewelry, watches, ash trays, pens and more. Material History Streamline Art deco is characterized by use of materials such as aluminium, stainless steel, lacquer, Bakelite, chrome and inlaid wood, specifically Ebony. Exotic materials such as sharkskin (shagreen), and zebra skin were also evident. The use of stepped forms and geometric curves (unlike the sinuous, natural curves of Art Nouveau), chevron patterns, ziggurat-shapes, fountains, and the sunburst motif are typical of art deco. Some of these motifs were ubiquitous – for example, sunburst motifs were used in such varied contexts as women's shoes, radiator grilles, radio and clock faces, the auditorium of the Radio City Music Hall, and the spire of the Chrysler Art Deco is an eclectic artistic and design style that began in Paris in the 1920s and flourished internationally throughout the 1930s and into the World War II era. The style influenced all areas of design, including architecture and interior design, industrial design, fashion and jewelry, as well as the visual arts such as painting, graphic arts and film Introduction Thank you! City Hall in Buffalo, New York; John Wade with George Dietel, built 1929–1931 A related style named Streamline Moderne, or simply Streamline, developed soon afterward. Streamline was influenced by the modern aerodynamic designs, including those developing from the advancing technologies of aviation, ballistics, and other applications requiring high velocity Streamlining quickly influenced American and European automobile design and changed the appearance from the rectangular "horseless carriages" into sleek vehicles with sweeping lines, symmetry, and V-shapes that seemed to add to their suggestiveness of speed and efficiency The art deco spire of the Chrysler Building in New York City, built 1928–1930
Transcript: -Painting -Architecture -Comodeties Cars Fashion Interior Design Thanks for Watching -Art Deco started in Paris in the early 1900s, around 1910 -The term "Art Deco" was first coined and the style exploded at the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes -For a short time, his building was the tallest in the world -Also learned Art Deco in Paris -His former partner in buesness val in architecture -Architect of the Chrysler Building -Art Deco spread all over the world This is evident in all of the Art Deco buildings in different countries -All of the buildings in the race for the tallest building in the world were art deco Art Deco Architecture VS. Art Deco Comodeties Enjoy -Architecture -Painting -Sculpture -Cars -Fashion -Interior Design -Art Deco was very rich looking, and expensive, so it only went to the poeple who were willing to pay -This was how Art Deco was seen in many homes and around many people during the 20s and early 30s Examples of Art Deco Art Deco Artists VS. Where Art Deco Started The Patrons of Art Deco -Spread to cities around the world -Was very present in large American cities such as New York -All the buildings that were involved in the race for the tallest building in the world were built in the style Explaining the Art -Art Deco painting consisted of large curves or straight lines -Not dissimilar to Cubism which started at a similar time -Thought to give a sense of luxury Tamara de Lempicka -One of the most revered and famous Art Deco painters ever -Learned Art Deco in Paris -Was considered the "first woman glamor star of art" -Started painting because she was "bored" -She ocasionaly took bible figures and made them into the Art Deco style Art Deco Mediums Lee Lawrie -Art Deco normally consisted of either sharp curves or straight lines -Art Deco was not dissimilar to Cubism, which also was during this time -Normal Patrons -Methods -The Style Itself -Influences -Was one of the foremost American sculptors of his time -Started in modern Gothic but soon moved to Art Deco -Created the Atlas sculpture (the sculpture outside 30 Rockefeller Center -He also created much of the design on the outside of the building The Art Itself How Broadly it Reached Mediums -Tamara de Lempicka -William van Alen -Lee Lawrie -Would normally consist of the rich who wanted to appear better -Also different government would pay for artists to make their country seem more rich ie. Chrysler building There were many different mediums in Art Deco so there were many different types of artists VS. Art Deco was one of the most widespread styles of art of the 20th century and can be found all across the world Art Deco Painting -Art Deco also spread to different everyday items Cars Furniture Interior design and clothing What Makes the Art William van Alen Art Deco Zack Baum Artists -The people who wanted the art -How the art was made -How broadly it reached -Where it started -Good examples of Art Deco
Transcript: Art Deco Art deco began in Europe, particularly Paris, in the early years of the 20th century, but it didn't really take hold until after World War I started. How did it all start? The clean lines of Art Deco were the perfect antidote and a natural progression from the overtly florid decoration of the Art Nouveau movement. However, the phrase Art Deco was not coined until 1968, by the English art critic and historian Bevis Hillier. Until then it had been referred to in various ways: Moderne, Jazz Moderne, Zig Zag Moderne. The high point of the Art Deco movement was the Paris Exposition of 1925, After this, the style was emulated all over the world. Basic styles of art deco include geometric and angular shapes. Art deco styles also include chrome, glass, shiny fabrics, mirrors. Art deco was also used to make daily life things such as furniture, rugs, floors, jewelerry, dinner sets, lights etc. There are also many buildings in the world which were made after getting inspired by art deco such as empire state building in america. Here a video about art deco. It tells you about different styles of art deco in 1920-30's. It also includes nature motifs such as shells, sunrises, flowers. Some styles in art deco also include highly polished wood and glossy black lacquer mixed with satin and furs
Transcript: art deco art deco movement (1925-1939) hector guimard (1867-1942) was famous for the paris metro staions art deco artist georges barbier(1882-1932) french illustrator,theatre designer,jewelry and glass designer jean dupas (1882-1964)-french painter,designer, poster artist pierre brissaud (1885-1932)-french illustrator,painter and engraver art deco style was put in to fashion in the 1920s art deco use geometric lines and futuristic designs art deco got the style and colours from egypt art deco poster the colours that were use are bright like emerald green,peacock blue,royal purple and brilliant red
Transcript: Art Deco 1920 - 1935 Also called art moderne, Art Deco was characterized by linear decorative designs that were reminiscent of modern technology. It emphasized long, thin forms, curved surfaces and geometric patterns in order to symbolize the expanse of the machine age. Although it was popular in the 1920’s and 1930’s, the movement received its name in the 1960’s derived from the 1925 Paris Exposition of Decorative Arts. Manship Paul 1885-1966 Worked mostly in New York Some of his paintings hang in Rockefeller Center Louis Icart Louis Icart was born in Toulouse, France. He fought is WWI and drew on almost every surface available. He made etching of life in New York during the 1920’s and 1930’s.
Transcript: ART DECO Origins Some historians trace Deco's roots to the Universal Exposition of 1900.After this show a group of artists established an informal collective known as La Société des artistes décorateurs (Society of Decorator Artists) to promote French crafts. Among them were Hector Guimard, Eugène Grasset, Raoul Lachenal, Paul Bellot, Maurice Dufrêne, and Emile Decoeur. These artists are said to have influenced the principles of Art Deco. The Art Deco era is often dated from 1925 when the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes was organized to showcase new ideas in applied arts. Deco was heavily influenced by pre-modern art from around the world. During the 1920s affordable travel permitted first-hand exposure to other cultures. There was also popular interest in archeology due to excavations at Pompeii, Troy, the tomb of Tutankhamun etc. Artists and designers integrated motifs from ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome, Asia, Mesoamerica, and Oceania with Machine Age elements. Deco was also influenced by Constructivism, Cubism, Functionalism, Modernism, and Futurism. Tamara de Lempicka, The Musician (left ) Michael Kungl's Americana deco coffee (right) This is an oil paining , on canvas in 1929 on the left and , Michael Kungl, Americana Deco Coffee , on the right and it was also painted in the 20's big sweeping curves, which have a luxurious quality to them. Art Deco reached its nadir in the 1920s and shares that era’s opulence and wastefulness. Designs share the Bauhaus school’s fascination with form but celebrates form as a means to a “new” aesthetic, rather than trying to reconcile it with function. Art Deco’s most lasting influences can be found in grandiose architecture and industrial design 1933 painting by Art Deco artist Tamara de Lempicka. First off is Suzy Solidor (1900-83) a Lesbian chanteuse who ran a Paris night club and publicized it by asking many artists to do her portrait. Suzy was popular in her day, appearing in movies and cutting records. However, she did get into some post-war trouble because her club was frequented by German officers during the Occupation. ThE ENDDDDDD!!!!!! BY: KYLE POOLE & MITCHY Boiii Art deco or Deco, is an influential visual arts design style which first appeared in France during the 1920s, flourished internationally during the 30s and 40s, then waned in the post-World War II era. It is an eclectic style that combines traditional craft motifs with Machine Age imagery and materials. The style is often characterized by rich colors, bold geometric shapes, and lavish ornamentation.
Transcript: Art Deco What Is Art Deco? Art Deco is a style that uses geometric and angular shapes, When designing an object, chrome, glass, shiny fabrics, mirrors and mirror tiles are used. Art Deco began in Europe, mostly in paris in the early 20th century. It became popular just after world war 1 and became less popular at the beginning of world 2. Designers.. Eileen Gray-Furniture Eileen Gray was negleted for most of her career but is now seen as one of the most important furniture designers and the most influential women in Art Deco designs. Raymond Templier-Jewellery Raymond Templier used diamonds and gems in many of his designs, he uses platinum, silver, white metal, dark onyx or other stone for patterns and details. René Lalique-Glass And Jewellery After his death in 1945, René Lalique is still remembered for his jewellery and his glass. He was inspired by the french countryside and Japanese world art. By Chelsea Edmondson
Transcript: Art Deco The Art Deco Style Began in Paris in the 1920's Art Deco means Art Decorative and was also known as Art Modern or Modernistic. Later on it was also known as the Jazz Pattern or Skyscraper Modern. Art Deco got bigger and better throughout the 1930’s into the World War II era. The style was widely used in 1925 because of an Art Deco exhibition in Paris which had over 15 million visitors. Colours where vivid. Here’s some colours it used… Grey Blue Green Sliver Beige Black Bright Yellow Bright Red and colours that would stand out and be bright. The style used different materials such as... Chrome Glass Mirrors Shiny Fabrics and Mirror Tiles Art Deco also Melted Metal Melted Glass Melted Iron and made new shapes and new curvey sculptures. The style influenced all meanings of art from architecture and interior design to fashion and jewelry and other types of art such as paintings, graphic arts and film. Art Deco didn’t just influence art it also influences Travel such as... Airplanes Cars and Cruise liners The style of the art also changed music it made music more jolly and happy. It influenced Jazz music and made it more popular. Thanks :)
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