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The Movement of Pop Art
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Pop art can be a sculpture, painting, abstract drawing, etc. Pop Art Pop art was born in Britain on the mid 1950s. It was at first a group of artists who called themselves "The Independent Group"
The first ever exhibition of Pop Art was in 1954 at the Institute
of Contemporary Arts.
Pop Art was founded by
Richard Hamilton Richard Hamilton Richard made a collage titled "Just what is it that makes today's home so different?"
It is 260 mm x 248 mm
This work is the first pop art to produce an iconic status. Robert Rauschenburg Jasper Johns This is one of Robert Rauschenburg's work, "Canyon" in 1959, I think this work is creative, as he used many things in which include paint, paper, pillow, a bald eagle, and other stuff. Thank You for Watching! Wikipedia
My Sketchbook! Jasper was an American artist. He painted this painting, "Three Flags" in 1958. It shows 3 flags of America getting smaller as it went forward In The 1960s Pop Art was introduced in America in the early 1960s. There, pop art was a way of showing optimistic spirits in the 1960's.
The world's first public exhibit of pop art was at the Pasadena Art Museum in 1962. It includes the artworks of Jim Dine, Roy Lichtenstein, Andy Warhol, and some other artists living in New York. Roy Lichtenstein Lichtenstein's work was paintings that looked like comics. On top, it is one of his artwork called "Whaam".
Linchtenstein is one of my favorite artists because, I also like cartoons like he does. Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol Oldenburg made this sculpture in 1962. This is one of his first sculptures. It is made out of Synthetic polymer paint on canvas filled with foam rubber and cardboard boxes Andy Warhol is also known as the "Father of Pop Art". He was born on August 6, 1926. This artwork is 32 individual painting of champ bell's soup cans he painted on 1962. End of Pop Art? Resources: Eduardo Paolozzi Paolozzi is a Scottish sculpturer and artist.
This artwork on the right is called "Bash" which is a screen print finished in 1971. It is a collection of extract The movement of Pop Art end in the early 1970s. It hadn't exactly died out, there are still pop art around us right now. In the 1970s, it doesn't focus on the art objects. It moved to installations, performances, and other less tangible art forms. David Hockney of newspaper, magazines and cartoons.
I like the composition of the images and the use of
bright colors Hockney is a british artist born in 1937.
He painted "Mount Fuji and Flowers" with acrylic on canvas in 1972.
This painting is simple and it bring out the flower as most of the painting is blue.
I chose this painting because I Iike paintings of scenery, specially mountains.