Presentation on theme: "Yr 9 Portrait Project Pop Art and the Portrait. Pop Art In England in the 1950s, an art movement emerged called Pop Art and made its way to the United."— Presentation transcript:
Pop Art In England in the 1950s, an art movement emerged called Pop Art and made its way to the United States during the 1960s. Objects and images that seemed ordinary and everyday were suddenly acceptable as the subject of works of art, for example, advertisements, comic strips, and supermarket products. A classic example of this was when Andy Warhol chose to paint soup cans. Pop artists were fascinated by mass produced objects and using images or objects that they found as inspiration.
Pop Art and the Portrait We are going to look at 3 artists. choose one of them to work with. This is a 2 week homework, consisting of 2 parts. 1.Research one of the artists and present it in your book. –Show creative, colourful presentation, reflecting the style of the artist. –Include examples of their work. –Present about 10 facts, as well as your personal opinion. 2.Create a portrait in the style of this artist. –This could be of yourself, a friend, or a family member. –Work from looking directly or from a good photograph. –Show how you understand the style of the artist.
Andy Warhol “Marilyn Monroe” 1967 by Andy Warhol, acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
Andy Warhol “Mick Jagger” 1975/76 by Andy Warhol, acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
Andy Warhol “Self Portrait”, 1986 by Andy Warhol, acrylic and silkscreen ink on canvas
Roy Lichtenstein “M-Maybe”, 1965 by Roy Lichtenstein, silkscreen in red, blue, yellow and black
Roy Lichtenstein “In the Car” 1963 by Roy Lichtenstein. Oil and magna on canvas.
Roy Lichtenstein “I Know….. Brad” 1963 by Roy Lichtenstein, oil and magna on canvas
David Hockney “Portrait of the Artist’s Mother” 1985 by David Hockney, photocollage.
David Hockney “Portrait of John Kasmin” by David Hockney, Polaroid photocollage
David Hockney “9 Museum Guards” by David Hockney
David Hockney “Self Portrait”, 1954 A self-portrait David Hockney made when he was 17 years old. He was given some English homework to do for school one day. But instead of writing anything, he made this collage on newsprint!
David Hockney Jonathan Silver, 1997 by David Hockney, oil on canvas
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