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Virtual Museum

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Michel Flores

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Virtual Museum
Art: Elements
Color
Value
Point
Line
Texture
Shape
Form
Mass
Volumen
Art: Principles
Balance
Contrast
Movement
Emphasis
Egypt
Materials:
Adobe
Wood
Stone
Two kind of Egyptian monuments are:
Funerary or tombs
Temples for cults
Two kind of tombs:
Mastaba
Pyramid
Activity
Prehistory
Painting
Sculpture
Architecture
Activity
Mesopotamia
Hammurabi Code
They used bricks
They invented the dome and the arch
Sculpture
Painting
Greece
Architectural orders:
Doric
Ionic
Corinthian
Rome
Temples
Arches
Romanesque
Architecture
Sculpture
Painting
Gothic art
Architecture
Painting
Sculpture
Renaissance
Humanism
Brick walls covered with marble or stone
Doric and Corinthian influence
Round arch
Domes
Barrel vault
Cross vault
Pillars
Architecture
Contrapossto
Sculpture
Painting
Emphasis on realism
Depth
Baroque
Architecture
Painting
Sculpture
Mannerism
Architecture
Sculpture
Painting
Rococo
Neoclassic characteristics:
Neoclassicism featured a clean and linear style, a subdued palette, sculpted forms, shallow depth of background and fine draftsmanship.
Romanticism
Realism
Impressionism
Impressionism is about the nature of fugitive light falling on surfaces. This play of moving light, as opposed to stationary light, expresses the ephemeral quality of modernity.
Post impressionism
The term "Post-Impressionism" was invented by Roger Fry as he prepared for an exhibition at Grafton Gallery in London in 1910. The show was called "Manet and the Post-Impressionists" with younger French artists whose work was not well known on the other side of the English Channel.
Most represented in architecture
Painters used delicate colors and curving forms
Neoclassic
Churrigueresque
Broken pediments
Undulating cornices
Reversed volutes
Balustrade
Stucco shells
Garlands
Painting
Sculpture
Architecture
The main idea of most paintings were everyday life issues.
Fauvism
Cubism
Mexican Muralists
Dadaism
The term Fauvism refers to a highly fashionable, if short-lived, art movement associated with the Ecole de Paris.

Famous above all for their bold use of color.
Cubism began as an idea and then it became a style.

Based on Paul Cézanne's three main ingredients:
Geometricity
Simultaneity (multiple views)
Passage

Cubism tried to describe, in visual terms, the concept of the Fourth Dimension.
Dadaism was an art movement of the European avant-garde in the early 20th century. Many claim Dada began in Zurich, Switzerland in 1916.
Surrealism
Chance and Nonsense
"Ready-Made" Objects
Ephemera and Offense
Irony
Born in the twentieth century.
Large paintings
Fresco technique
Unconscious dreams
Pop Art
Popular art
Celebrities
Everyday objects
Important events
Op Art
Optical illusion
Illusion of movement
Post Modernism
Postmodernism is a late-20th-century movement in the arts, architecture, and criticism that was a departure from modernism.

Postmodernism includes skeptical interpretations of culture, literature, art, philosophy, history, economics, architecture, fiction, and literary criticism.
Expressionism
Reaction to impressionism

Distortion

Exaggeration

Personal feelings
Michel Flores
Mauricio Nuñez
Mario Reyes
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