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6. What makes “Las Meninas” one of the most intriguing works of art in History? 7. How would/ could you apply its lessons to your art major? (relate your answer to fashion, architecture, film/ photo, illustration, design, etc) 3. Who is the artist? 4. The artist completed this painting quickly as a warm-up exercise. What is the paint-technique called? 5. What lighting technique is being used?
8. The 20th century Expressionist work of Kathe Kollwitz most closely resembles the work of which 16th century artist and period in Art History?
“OATH OF HORATII,” 1784 “THIRD OF MAY,” What are the styles/ periods? a) “OATH OF HORATII”: b) “THIRD OF MAY”: 10. What kind of reaction is each work trying to provoke? a) “OATH OF HORATII”: b) “THIRD OF MAY”: 12. What is each artist telling us? a) “OATH OF HORATII”: b) “THIRD OF MAY”:
16. Briefly describe how Post- Impressionist painters like van Gogh were influenced by Japanese prints. Use some of the Priciples of Design in your answer.
17. Impressionist painters like Monet were most interested in showing: 18. Painting outside is called what kind of painting?
13. Briefly describe the goal and emphasis of each movement, and how each artist shows it in their choice of compositions: a) Neoclassicism:_______ b) Romanticism:_________ 14. What kind of scenes did they prefer to paint? a) Neoclassicism:______ b) Romanticism:______ 15. Identify the artists and/ or titles A) B) C) D) E) B.) A.)A.) C.) D.) E.)
20. Picasso shocked the art world and innovated Cubism with what 1907 painting? 21. What kind of Exotic Art influenced Picasso’s style at this time? 22. Cezanne had a huge influence on the development of Cubism. Briefly explain how, and what they were all trying to show in their work.
23. What art movement do these paintings belong to?
Children at the Weill public school in San Francisco pledge allegiance to the American flag in April 1942, prior to the internment of Japanese Americans. 24. What category or genre of work do the Depression-era photographs of Dorothea Lange belong to? Ex-tenant farmer on relief grant in the Imperial Valley, California, 1937 Migrant Mother, Florence Owens Thompson 1936,
25. a) Hudson River School of painters often used what kind of perspective? b) What design principle did they use most to achieve their goal?
Manet and Velazquez were over 200 years apart but closely linked together in art. ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER, WRITE A COMPARING and CONTRASTING ESSAY PARAGRAPH 1: introduce your essay and goal. PARAGRAPH 2 Describe specific ways that Manet was influenced by Velazquez. Discuss colors, compositions, designs, atmosphere, and technique. PARAGRAPH 3: your conclusion: How can we apply lessons from Velazquez when it comes to creating our own work?
WRITE AN ESSAY ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER COMPARING and CONTRASTING GENRE SCENES TO NEOCLASSICISM. Paragraph 1: introduce your essay and goal Paragraph 2: Describe the artist’s choices of subjects and intentions, their use of compositions, designs, atmosphere, and techniques Paragraph 3: Which of these styles/ subjects do you identify with and feel there is more to learn from? How would you apply these lessons to your art major? (apply your answer to illustration, graphic design, architecture, film/ photo, fashion, etc)
Artists are often influenced by the arts and cultures from lands far away ESSAY: How might art and culture from other countries influence your own work? Are there any times, places, or styles of art that we’ve looked at in class who could serve as an inspiration to projects you plan to work on? On a separate sheet of paper: PARAGRAPH 1: Introduce your essay and subjects (paintings, artists, periods, you wish to discuss) PARAGRAPH 2 : What are the qualities of those works and cultures that stand out for you. Refer to the Principles of Design PARAGRAPH 3: How do you plan to incorporate those qualities into your own work