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Introdução ao Desenho I – caminhando pela História da Arte Aula 2 Prof.ª Dda. Ana Luiza Bernardo Guimarães
Pintura rupestre - Lascaux. 15.000 a 10.000 anos A.C.
Fragmento do livro dos mortos de Tebas - Egito, C/ 1000 AC
The Berlin Painter Ganymede, 500-490 B.C.
Detalhe de um desenho mural de Palau Calades - Barcelona. Idade Média
The Utrecht Psalter, detail Psalm 26, ca. 830. Ink on vellum.
Villard de Honnecourt, Portfolio, plate 36, ca. 1230. Leadpoint and ink on parchment, ca. 24 x 16 cm.
Leonardo da Vinci, detail of Woman’s Face
Leonardo da Vinci, Muscles of the Arm, Shoulder, and Neck, ca. 1510- 1511. Left: pen and ink and wash, 28.9 x 19.9 cm
Michelangelo, A Male Figure Seen from Behind (detail), ca. 1504. Pen and ink over some black chalk, 40.9 x 28.5 cm.
Pontormo, Study for Vertumnus and Pomona, 1519-1521. Red chalk over faint black chalk, 40.5 x 26.2 cm.
Leonardo da Vinci - Estudo de perspectiva (detalhe) - Renascimento
Vittore Carpaccio, St. Augustine in his Study, 1502. Pen and ink with light brown wash.
Albrecht Dürer, The Artist’s Mother, dated 1514.
Annibale Carracci, Triumph of Bacchus, 1597- 1598. Pen and brown ink on cream paper.
Charles Le Brun, La Colère (Anger), 1670s. Left: Schematic head. Black chalk, pen and black ink.
Anthony van Dyck, Copies after Titian and Giorgione, between 1627 and 1632.
Jacob Jordaens, The Peasant Family and the Satyr, ca. 1620. Pen and brown ink, brush and brown ink
Cornelis Poelenburch, Interior of a Ruin with Figures, ca. 1621-23. Pen and brown ink, brush and brown and gray ink
Rembrandt, Old Man Seated in an Armchair, 1630-31. Red and black chalk,
Jacob Backer, Seated Female Nude, ca. 1650. Black and white chalk on blue paper,
Antoine Watteau, Bearded Savoyard Standing, ca. 1715-16. Red and black chalk on cream paper,
Rosalba Carriera, Allegory of Painting, ca. 1720. Pastel, 45.1 x 34.9 cm
François Boucher, Recumbent Female Nude, ca. 1742-1743. Red, white, and black chalk.
Jacques-Louis David, Four courtyards. Album 9
Maurice-Quentin de La Tour, Portrait of Madame de Pompadour, 1752- 1755. Pastel on blue-gray paper mounted on canvas
Canaletto, The Grand Canal Looking toward the Carità, detail of right half, ca. 1735. Pencil, pen and ink,
Théodore Chassériau, Portrait of Madame Burg de Balsan, 1847. Graphite
Eugène Delacroix, At Meknes: Landscape, Doors, with Figures of Arabs and Jews, 1832. Pen and brown ink, watercolor
Claude Monet, The Porte d’Aval Seen from the Cliff Path, Sketchbook 4, fol. 28v., ca. 1885. Pencil,
Camille Pissarro, Three Studies of a Woman Dressing, ca. 1895-1900. Pastel on pink paper
Vincent Van Gogh, Pollard Birches, 1884. Pencil, pen and ink, heightened with white, 39 x 54 cm.
Vincent Van Gogh, Digger in a Potato Field, 1885. Black conté crayon with gray wash
Vincent Van Gogh, The Zouave, 1888. Reed pen.
Egon Schiele, 1913
Egon Schiele, 1915
Escher, Hand with Reflecting Sphere 1935 Lithograph
Escher, Relativity 1953 Lithograph
E o desenho na contemporaneidade???
Paul Noble, detail from Ye Olde Ruin, 2003-4, pencil on paper, 426 x 732cm.
Graham Little's Tapestry Lady (2010).
Silvia Carvalho, 2009
Livro de Artista
Honore Daumier ( ) The Market Black Crayon and wash 9 7/8 x 6 3/4.
DRAWING Leonardo da Vinci Study of Arms and Hands. c Pen and Ink with white chalk on brown paper.
Drawing Artists and their contributions. Drawing 2 Qualities often associated with drawing: Familiarity- familiar art materials- pencils, pens, ink, and.
Drawing Weekly Outline: Days 1-2: –PowerPoint and Notes- go through independently –“tactile” experiences with a variety of drawing materials Day 3 – 10-
Portraits of the Masters Self-Portrait by Leonardo Da Vinci.
Repaso: Unidad 1 Lección 2 1.good looking 2.a little 3.friend (male) 4.friend (female) 5.old (male) 6.old (female)
Ghiberti’s Gates of Paradise (p. 16). Davids (p.16) Donatello’sMichelangelo’s.
Courtney Almendinger. Leonardo da Vinci He only painted 25 paintings in his life. He was left handed, but taught himself how to write with his right.
VALUE. VALUE Value is the element of design that denotes the lightness or darkness of a color or neutral. Value is the element of design that denotes.
Drawing. Everybody draws. Two qualities associated with drawing: familiarity and intimacy. Familiarity refers to the materials used in drawing: pencil,
Chiaroscuro Head of the Virgin in Three Quarter View Facing Right, Leonardo da Vinci (Italian ). Charcoal, black and red chalks, traces.
Michelangelo Buonarroti ( ) Italy (Florentine) Ideal head of a woman,c Drawing (black chalk) H. 287 x W. 235 mm.
Art History Timeline. Cave Paintings Time Period: 15,000 B.C. Media: Charcoal, Dirt.
Drawing Assignment #2 Figure/Skeleton/Muscle Drawing Drawing II Students: For this assignment you will do three 18 x 24 inch drawings. 1) The first drawing.
Famous Paintings. The Cestello Annunciation, Sandro Botticelli, 1489.
Figure 8.9. Motor control area of the human brain is shown in blue. The left side of the brain is shown (Brain Facts, 2007) front.
Time for a BREAK! You have 45 Minutes. Time Left 44.
Portraits A Look into Artists Throughout History.
Georgia O'Keeffe. Evening Star VI /8" x 12".
What form of balance is present in the flower? Radial.
Venice Twilight, Monet th Century/Modern.
Drawing: Tools & Purposes. Dry Media Fig. 3.3 Willem De Kooning. Seated Woman, Charcoal on paper, 18 3/4” X 23 1/4”. Collection of the Newark.
1892 / 1896 PICASSO w o r k s Hercules Pencil on paper PICASSO.
John Singer Sargent -- American Portrait drawing of Mrs. George Swinton, 1906 Charcoal on white paper, "Mug" 61 x 47.6 cm (24 x 18 3/4 in.)
Abstract Painting Professor Erica Flores. Differentiating abstract and representational paintings Representational Abstract Leonardo Da Vinci Wassily.
Value The degree of light and dark in a design. It’s the contrast between black and white and all of the tones in-between Value can be used with color.
Title: Palace of Versailles Artist: Louis Le Vau and Jules Hardouin-Mansart Date: Source/ Museum: n/a Medium: n/a Size: n/a.
Introduction to Painting. 2-D vs. 3-D Art Painting, drawing, and printmaking are considered ______ art, and sculpture is considered ______ art. Painting.
FIRST GRADE VISUAL ARTS 2002/ ART FROM LONG AGO 2.ELEMENTS OF ART A.Color B.Line C.Shape D.Texture 3.PRINCIPALS OF DESIGN 4.KINDS OF PICTURES:
Art History Review. Leonardo da Vinci Born in Vinci, Italy Painted during the Renaissance Considered a “Renaissance Man” Mona Lisa. c.1503.
Eras of Art in Europe. Contributions of Renaissance Artists The artists of the Renaissance created master artworks that became a major part of cultures.
Painting the Figure 1 Black, white and grey paint: Using tones and shading.
Hello, I am Vincent. I am a painter. I like to draw.
Graphite and Values Drawing. What is Value? It is the Element of Art that deals with the darkness or lightness of a color. Value depends on how much light.
Sepia Man Reading Rembrandt. Texture refers to surface quality e.g. smooth, rough, flat, bumpy, fine, coarse. There are basically two categories – Visual.
Learning from the Masters: how to look at Italian Renaissance drawings.
Week 7: Renoir Terms: Limoges Quay Café Guerbois Café de la Nouvelle-Athenès Artists & Key Figures: Charles Gleyre Lisa Tréhot Eugène Delacroix François.
BY ROOM 8, JULY LEONARDO DA VINCI Leonardo da Vinci was very clever and invented lots of things. He was famous for painting the “Mona Lisa”. Where.
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