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20 th Century Art
Edvard Munch: “The Scream” Expressionism: 1893
Pablo Picasso: “Les Desmoiselles des Avignons” Cubism, 1907
Pablo Picasso: “Portrait of Monsieur Vollard,” Cubism, 1910
Marcel Duchamp, “Nude Descending A Staircase,” Cubism, 1912
Marcel Duchamp, Reproduction of the Mona Lisa,” Dada, 1919
Marcel Duchamp, “Fountain,” Dada, 1917
Magritte: This is not an Apple (1964) Dada
Magritte: The Human Condition (1931)
The Bauhaus School, “International Style,”
The Bauhaus, close up
Dali: The Persistence of Memory (1931)
Dali: Soft Construction with Boiled Beans: Premonition of Civil War (1936)
Mondrian: Composition in Red and Blue
Rothko: Violet, Green, and Red (1951_
Pollock: Composition #7 (1951)
Modernism Yves Klein Blue. Pablo Picasso the father of cubism.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Themes in Early Modern Art 1.Uncertainty/insecurity. 2.Disillusionment. 3.The subconscious. 4.Violence & savagery.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Lynn Ellis Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Lynn Ellis.
Cubism, Expressionism, Surrealism, Modern Art. Pablo Picasso.
The New Psychology and the Visual Arts. Expressionism Using violently distorted forms and bright colors to express a particular emotion Using violently.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Cheryl Rhodes Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Edited by Cheryl Rhodes.
Art of the early 20 th Century. Cubism Artistic movement largely associated with Pablo Picasso Artistic movement largely associated with Pablo Picasso.
MODERN ART of the 20 th CENTURY Lesson 6. Abstract Art ( onwards) GEORGES BRAQUE Violin and Pitcher, 1910 (oil on canvas)
Chapter Fourteen Important Images Modernism in Europe and America,
Do Now Use the following four Surrealist paintings as primary sources, what can you infer about the early 1900s?
From Realism to Impressionism: Édouard Manet –Rejected by the Salon –Manet becomes hero to nonconformist –Greatly influenced Monet and others (He adopted.
Pablo Picasso Picasso’s first word was pencil. Unlike other artists who become famous after their death, Picasso was famous while he was still alive.
Abstract Art: Cubism, Futurism, De Stijl. Pablo Picasso ( )
PART Introduction to Art. “Portrait with a Green Stripe” Henri Matisse 1905 Fauvism.
Modern Art Click an image to learn more about that style of painting.
Henri Matisse, The Dance, FAUVISM. Georges Rouault The Old King, FAUVISM.
20 TH CENTURY ART. “wild beasts” THE FAUVES OR FAUVISM.
Magritte, Treachery of Images, SURREALISM.
28 Art Styles #1 Leonardo Da Vinci, “The Mona Lisa”,
Art and Literature set out to challenge accepted values & practices.
Modern Art Dada. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain (signed “R. Mutt”), 1917, porcelain urinal, life-size.
The 20 th century Vocabulary Fauvism Expressionism Die Brücke Der Blaue Reiter Non-objective Analytic Cubism Found object Synthetic Cubism Dada Futurism.
MODERN SOCIETY of the 20 th CENTURY Lesson 6 PPT 606.
Pop Art Andy Warhol Campbell's Campbell's Soup CanSoup Can.
History of Art Pt3. Self portrait 1896 (painted age 15) Oil on canvas The Glass Paris, Autumn 1911 Oil on canvas 32 x 17 cm The Art Institute of Chicago.
Art History Review #4 Fox’s Fabulous 4 th Block Art 1 Spring 2015.
CUBISM: Champs de Mars (The Red Tower) by Robert Delaunay, 1911.
First Nine Weeks Ancient Art (15,000 BC) Mesopotamia (3,500 BC) Egyptian (3,000 BC) Greek (600 BC -100 BC) Rome (700 BC -400 AD) Byzantine (400 AD -900.
Dada and Surrealism 1916 Founded in neutral Zurich in 1916 –Group of refugees from WWI Overthrow authority and cultivate absurdity Denounce and shock Awaken.
Chapter 21 The Modern World: Movements: Neoclassicism Romanticism Realism Impressionism Post-Impressionism Fauvism and Expressionism Cubism Fantasy.
Mr. Mark Gonzalez Grace Christian Academy Mr. Mark Gonzalez Grace Christian Academy.
THE AGE OF CONFUSION. Ongoing industrialization and WWI quickened the crumbling of the “Old Order” – it had staggered imaginations and left traditional.
Post WWI Art 1 “Along with millions of idealistic young men who were cut to pieces by machine guns and obliterated by artillery shells, there was another.
Salvador Dali Contemporary Surrealist Mrs. Fox. Surrealism 20 th Century Art Movement Followed Cubism Artwork influenced by the psychological theories.
Most Recognizable Works of Art. Edvard Munch “The Scream” 1893 Norwegian Expressionist painting.
The Birth of Modern Art Paul Cezanne Montagne Saint-Victoire
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS 2002/ ART HISTORY: PERIODS AND SCHOOLS A.Impressionism B.Post-Impressionism C.Expressionism and Abstraction D.Modern.
Expressionism Abstract Expressionism and Color Field Painting next week:
PABLO PICASSO, 1907 “LES DEMOISELLES D’ AVIGNON” THE FIRST “CUBIST” STYLE PAINTING What happened to realistic looking people!!?
Modernism Chapter 14. Lenin ( ) Stalin ( )
The move to modernisms 1890-Beyond the Great War.
Modern Art Rejecting the past Expressionism Fauvism Cubism Dada Surrealism Abstract Art Pop Art Minimalism.
Chapter 25 Picasso, Cubism, Futurism, and Related Twentieth-Century Styles.
Early Twentieth-Century Art. Pablo Picaso (1881 – 1973) Attacking Conventional Art History History Commissioned by nobles and the wealthy to show power.
INTRODUCTION TO DADA Movement founded in Zurich, Switzerland, in 1916, during World War I Some Characteristics of Dada cynical, negative reaction to the.
Modern Art of the 20 th Century Modernism – “radical experimentation to challenge traditional forms” Lesson 6.
Stravinsky, Rite of Spring (1913) (choreographer Serge Diaghilev, Ballets Russes)
Realism To Cubism Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann.
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