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The History of Art

This presentation will help you understand how Art started how it has been influenced by society.
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The early renaissance:
Early Renaissance painting, sculpture, and literature in Italy were influenced by a inflex who migrated to Rome. Renaissance means rebirth. I´t was located in Florence an patronized by Florentine.
The elements of art are shapes, color, texture, form, line and value.
The History of Art
realism 19 century
impressionism
The artist of the middle ages use natural
material to create materpieces that some
are still in here in the museums.
Middle ages
paintings are
some of the
most beautiful
pieces of work
that were ever
created. They
can express
a hole scene through the painting and each and every one express a topic that were inportant in that time.
Rococo and the 18th century
It began in the late 18 century and ended in the middle of the 19 century. It was a new Romantic attitude that represented the culture with a lot of art work based on emotions, nature and imagination.
Romanticism
The 16th Century was a really important year for art because they had some really good artist like Leonardo Da Vinci, Michel Angelo, Raphael, Paolo Veneziano and Giovanni di Paolo. The word reinassance means rebirth. The nude human body was the most important figure in art on those days. The religious images that had Christ and saints where in a human body.
16 century painting of Europe
The second halve of 19 century was called postivist age. Realism has like a goal to not imiting the past.
The High Renaissance in Italy is a short-lived period from c. 1485-1520 that corresponds roughly to the careers of important artists whose works reflect new directions being taken from early Renaissance art. The High Renaissance represents expressive ideals in the depiction of the human figure, the climax of the use of perspective space, and a strong influence of classical art.The most important characteristic of the period is the manner in which the greatest masters created personal styles that defy attachment to the early Renaissance, giving some justification to the idea that the discoveries of the 15th century were coming to an apex.
The high renaissance in Italy
For me this picture has color, line and value.
This art piece has color line, form and value.
The high renaissance in Italy
http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_janson_histofart_6/10/2585/661895.cw/index.html(1/10/12)
National gallery of art U.S.A The Rococo Style
http://www.nga.gov/collection/gallery/gg54/gg54-over1.html(01/10/2012)
Pinterest Styles - Baroque & Rococo
http://pinterest.com/charmainezoe/styles-baroque-rococo/(01/10/2012)
6th Century Europe Paintings
www.tours.daytonarinstitute.org/accessart/connect.cfm?TN=dw09
References
Post Impressionism in late 19th century
The abstract impressionism is when
you do point in a paint and you form
shapes.
You can also do it with whichever type of line.
Abstract Impressionism
Baroque style is what represents art,sculptures ,music and architecture in the seventeenth century. At that time the the church split in between Catholics and christians (protestants) . Catholics wanted to attract people, so they hired artists for them to paint and construct beautiful cathedrals. In that time baroque art was born.
Baroque Style
Ancient egypt
Louis 14 invented the art style, Rococo in France. Rococo can also be called theLate Baroque. Rococo style was in between the 1820 and the 1870 in the Victorian England. There were also romms made with the style Rococo, they were elegant rooms with style and a lot more things.
This picture shows the style of Rococo perfectly.
Impressionism in the 19 century
Ancient Egyptian art is five thousand years old.
Ancient Egyptian paintings survived due to the extremely dry climate. The most colurs they use were the primary colours.
Famous artist painted nature in the impressionism way. In
Paris in the 19 when it became a modern city people started
painting in the impressionistic style. One thing in Pairs that
they liked to paint a lot with this style was a women with
modern cloth. Impressionism is a artistic impression
that make paintings as real as possible. Were
they use alot of color.
Post Impressionism in late 19th century
Pop Art and Op Art
this were some paintings
Post Impressionism in late 19th century
baroque Art
http://academics.smcvt.edu/awerbel/Survey%20of%20Art%20History%20II/Baroque.htm

www.huntrof.com
(01/10/2012)
Prehistoric Art
the prehistoric art was made in a specific time called the stone age that is divided in three special periods: the Paleolithic, Mesolithic and Neolithic.

What is Prehistoric Art?
Prehistoric art can be several things, from megaliths to little stone figurines, to paintings on the walls of caves. The term “prehistoric” indicates that the culture that produced the artwork did not have a written language. Some of the more famous examples are Stonehenge, the Nasca lines in Peru, and Lascaux Cave. Prehistoric artifacts and artwork can be found all over the world.

History of Prehistoric Art:
The study of prehistoric work includes the collaborative efforts of archaeologists, historians, and art historians. Each brings a particular skill to the table; archaeologists look at tangible evidence, through examination of stones, minerals, bone, tusks, etc. Historians work towards creating a chronology of evolution while the art historian studies the artwork in relation to its culture. However, in the case of prehistoric artwork, there simply is not enough evidence for an art historian to look at the socio-economic structure behind the work produced. Thus, the art historian will look at the image, or object, compare it to others of the time, and of other cultures, and will offer some suggestions, as will the other two disciplines, for the psyche and motivation for these ancient cultures to produce the works they did. When interpreting prehistoric artwork, concerns are the current threats, different approaches of interpretation, pigments (cave paintings), and dating. Throughout the search and study of prehistoric artwork, there have existed many theories to the meaning of driving force behind the creation of the work. To fully appreciate prehistoric work, archaeologists, historians, and art historians seek out clues of the cultures that produced such works. To go through each theory ever developed about prehistoric art would be painfully long, so the three main players of twentieth century prehistoric theory will be discussed.

Lighting:
As the cave paintings go back several chambers into rock, light must have been brought into the cave. For most caves, portable lights were used, most likely in the form of torches.


Pigments:
Paleolithic artists have five colors at their disposal: yellow, red, brown, black and white. Pigment was applied to the wall in several ways, but the most effective was a brush made of animals fur. The ceilings were painted as well, but no extended brush was needed, as the ceilings were so low.


Recent news:
The Lascaux caves were an immediate sensation. Shortly after the end of World War II, scientists began to note some deterioration on the paintings. Not long after, patches of green mold and algae ere visible. On April 20, 1963, the Ministry of Cultural Affairs closed the Lascaux caves indefinitely. The deterioration was the result of gas acidified affecting the water vapor being breathed in and out by visitors. Other threats to prehistoric works are animal droppings, weather, and temperature changes. In 1980, a popular reproduction project was set in motion. Today all caves of Lascaux are in their original condition, and visitors can still marvel at all chambers of Lascaux.

Research:
Through analysis, researches have found that to maintain the delicate environment within the cave, humans may only be within the cave for up to 8 hours, for 15 days. The maximum amount of persons to enter should be 12. Bearing this in mind, researchers conduct two studies a year, lasting for 15 days. Geologists and floor specialist are allowed two additional weeklong studies. Only half of the team enters on any given interval, equaling 8/9 persons per day for roughly 6-7 hours.

Discoveries:
When entering the Brunel Chamber, there exist two groups of red, painted dots. Researchers have carefully suggested the technique they believe was used through observation of the direction of paint, the marks left by the creators. The dots were created by the application of a thick layer of colorant applied to the palm of the hand. It has been suggested that these groups of dots were created by different people—as indicative of the size of the dots. For the smallest group, it is believed that a woman or adolescent made them, as male created the larger group. The prints were made with the palm of the right hands. Small marks left by the thumb, or middle finger helps researchers place the posture and stance of the creators.




http://www.culture.gouv.fr/culture/arcnat/chauvet/en/index.html
http://online.elcamino.cc.ca.us/art2/prehistoric/html
http://www.jgjacobs.net/rock_art/dawn.html 1998.
http://www.culture.fr.culture/arcnat/lascaux/en
http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0002-7294%28195712%292%3A59%3A6%3C949%3APAAI%3E2.0.CO%3B2-K
http://links.jstor.org/sici?sici=0011-3204%28199604%2937%3A2%3C227%3ASIUPFF%3E2.0.CO%3B2-X
http://www.une.au/Arch/ROCKART/Analysis.html
http://www.nature.com/cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/n
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/975360.stm October 16,
http://witcombe.sbc.edu/researchresources
Pop Art is a type of art that uses popular icons such as celebrities, advertising, and movies. Pop Art began in the 1950's and 1960's. Andy Warhol is considered to be one of the most famous pop artists. One of his most famous works was the Campbell's Soup advertisement.





Op Art, or Optical Art, is a type of art that plays tricks on your eyes by using geometrical shapes and contrasts. When you look at Op Art you notice things that are not there but you think they are in the form of optical illusions. Victor Vasarely is believed to be the first Op Artists with his piece called "Zebras."
Impressionism in the 19th century
Post impressionism started when artists got influenced by impressionism but this artist used their own artistic styles which were more emotionally based than impressionism work.This age of post impressionism was called (The Impressionist Revolution).One technique used in post impressionism is Pointillism.Some famous artists of post impressionism are :Paul Gauguin , Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Rousseau, and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Osnat Fine Art Optical Art http://www.osnatfineart.com/optical-art.jsp (10/2012)
Osnat Fine Art Pop Art http://www.osnatfineart.com/pop-art.jsp (10/2012)
www.impressionisminthe19centuryfrance.com
Miguel Morales
Monica Hernandez
Greek society was menly broken up beetween free people and slaves. slaves were used as servents with out any legal rights. Some times the slaves were prisioners for war or brought foreing slave traders.
Gothic art is a very common type of a medieval art.gothic art was a style of medieval art that has been developed in france because of an other type of art thats called romanesque art that hapened at the middle of the 12 centry. the gothic art to all of the western Europe but it has took over art more compleatly north of the Alps. That art is made of of dark colors.
Greek Art and Arcitecture
one of the main things in the greeks history is the expresion of the time period in artwork and architectur. Art forms consisted mostly of sculptures made out of marbel and limestone. Marbel and limestone when burend it will turn to lime. Wich is used in cement greek sculptures were not valued very little during the middle ages and alot of it was burned in lime to make cement. These Stone Age, Bronze Age, Dark Age, Archaic, Severe, Classical, and Hellenistic styles. Architecture was also influenced by these time periods
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Elements of art
Altamira Cave (Spain)
This are the elements of art: line shape texture form value
By: Valeria Bojanin
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Antonio Jose= Prehistoric art:
http://www.culture.gouv.fr/culture/arcnat/chauvet/en/index.html http://online.elcamino.cc.ca.us/art2/prehistoric/html
http://www.jgjacobs.net/rock_art/dawn.html
http://www.culture.fr.culture/arcnat/lascaux/en http://www.une.au/Arch/ROCKART/Analysis.html http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/975360.stm
References of valeria bojanini
www.ancientgreece.com
teacher.davidson.k12.nu.us
art.pppst.com
Cubism was created by Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque between 1907-1914 in Paris. The Cubist didn´t want the concept that art should copy nature, or that they should use the techniques like perspective, modeling, and foreshortening. So they reduced and fractured objects into geometric forms, and then realigned it within a shallow, relieflike space. They also used multiple vantage points. In summary of what was happening in society was that a new type of art was created and it was called the cine with voice.
cubism
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