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Modernism Before WWII Chapter 22 part 2 Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation April 11, 2013
Piet Mondrian. Tableau 2. 1922. De Stijl.
Gerrit Rietveld. Schröder House (Exterior). 1924. De Stijl.
Gerrit Rietveld. Schröder House (Interior). 1924. De Stijl.
Walter Gropius, Bauhaus, exterior, 1926-27. International Style.
Mies van der Rohe. German Pavilion aka Barcelona Pavilion. 1929. International Style.
Pablo Picasso. Guernica. 1937. Cubism.
Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother. 1936, Social Realism. Dorothea Lange, White Angel Bread Line, San Francisco. 1936, Social Realism.
Diego Rivera. The Liberation of the Peon. 1931. Mexican Social Realism.
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
Frida Kahlo. Self Portrait with Cropped Hair. 1940. Mexican Surrealism.
Frida Kahlo. The Two Fridas. 1939. Mexican Surrealism.
Edward Hopper. Nighthawks. 1942. American Regionalism.
Grant Wood. American Gothic. 1930. American Regionalism.
Grant Wood. American Gothic. Models. 1930. American Regionalism.
Parodies of American Gothic
Andrew Wyeth. Christina’s World. 1922. American Regionalism.
Andrew Wyeth. Christina’s World (Detail). 1948. American Regionalism.
Thomas Hart Benton. Palisades, from the series American Historical Epic. c. 1919–1924. American Regionalism.
Sargent Johnson. Forever Free. 1933. Harlem Renaissance.
Jacob Lawrence. General Toussaint L’Ouverture Defeats the English at Saline. 1922. Harlem Renaissance.
Archibald Motley, Jr. Barbeque. 1934. Harlem Renaissance.
Early 20 th Century Art The Great Depression & Regionalism Chapter 33 AP Art History Mr. English.
Magritte, Treachery of Images, SURREALISM.
The 20 th century Vocabulary Fauvism Expressionism Die Brücke Der Blaue Reiter Non-objective Analytic Cubism Found object Synthetic Cubism Dada Futurism.
Art I Artists and Images Weeks 2 and 3 February 10 th – 12th February 16th – 19th.
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS I.Art History: Periods & Schools D. MODERN AMERICAN PAINTING.
Depression-Era Art. Thomas Hart Benton Missouri artist advocate of “Regionalism” self-proclaimed “enemy of Modernism” felt that art should be.
Henri Matisse, The Dance, FAUVISM. Georges Rouault The Old King, FAUVISM.
V. Disaster Seminar in Art History: Twentieth Century Art Depression Declaration.
1. 2 P/S: German Expressionism GEORGE GROSZ, Fit for Active Service, 1916–1917. MAX BECKMANN, Night, 1918–1919.
De Stijl Dutch for “The Style” (also known as Neoplasticism) Sought to express a new utopian ideal of spiritual harmony and order. They advocated.
Art in North America Several different movements were sweeping through North America before and after WWI, leading up to WWII: 1. The Ashcan School (The.
Dada to Regionalism Title: Fountain (second version) Artist: Marcel Duchamp Date: 1917 Material: Ready-made glazed sanitary china with black.
Modernism. Click on any of the topics below for direct link or continue the presentation by clicking here. Art in the first quarter of the 20th Century.
Relief A relief is a sculptured artwork where a modeled form is raised from a plane from which the main elements of the composition projectsculpturedartworkplane.
EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY. TIME PERIOD 1900 – 1945 KEY IDEAS Early modern art flourished at a time of immense political unrest and social upheaval.
Depression Era Art Key Ideas Response to the Great Depression Recognizes the plight of the destitute Social concerns shown.
HISTORY OF ARTS & ARCHITECTURE 2 DE STIJL - a Dutch artistic movement founded in based on a journal/magazine published by Theo van Doesberg ; De.
Grant Wood ( ) American Painter from Iowa.
Thumbnail #1 Pablo Picasso Oil on Canvas “Self-portrait with Uncombed Hair” 1896 Describe...painted this at 15!
American Art: Jacob Dasher Art 2001 Fall 2006.
Architecture The International Style Holland, De Stijl - Gerrit Rietveld Germany, The Bauhaus – Walter Gropius Mies van der Rohe (USA) France – Le Corbusier.
Georgia O’Keeffe Red Canna, James Van Der Zee, Couple Wearing Raccoon Coats with a Cadillac, 1932.
An Overview of American Art USHAP. Hudson River School Mid-19 th century landscape painters influenced by Romanticism National identity Documented life.
ART! HU 300: Unit 6. TIME CAPSULE: Due in Unit 9 A letter of introduction to tell someone in the future about your day-to-day life An example of morality.
The expressive self- portraits of Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait with Cropped Hair Frida Kahlo Oil on canvas, 15 3/4 x 11" (40 x 27.9 cm). "I paint self.
Do these look like they were painted by the same person?
Art History Test Review 20th Century ( Pop Art)
Modernism Artist & Movement. Piet Mondrian, De Stijl.
Early Modern Art.
A Review of Modern Art Movements German Expressionism Der Blaue Reiter American Painting Ashcan School Cubism Constructivism Futurism Precisionism.
Sara Antonelli Dorothea Lange con aggiunte di Enrico Menduni
World War II Chronology Lisa M. Lane History 104 San Elijo Spring 2010.
Dada and Surrealism. Dada Duchamp Arp Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 Artist: Marcel Duchamp Date: 1912 Medium: Oil on Canvas Location: Philadelphia.
Presentation for Lesson Two of the What’s The Big Idea About Where We Live unit. Create a relief house structure that reflects the simplified geometric.
The Visual Arts at Mid-Century. Photography Ansel Adams The Zone System – divides the range of tones into ten zones ranging from Zone 0 (pure black)
TWENTIETH CENTURY ARCHITECTURE. Organic relationship between the structure and the site Hearth should be the core of a house Extensive use of cantilevered.
Early 20 th Century Modern Art Part III. Russian Avant Garde.
Joe Wang, Cierra Scott, Madeline Valdes, Melissa Potter
Mondrian, Red Tree, Mondrian, Grey Tree, 1911.
Benjamin West Benjamin West ( ) The Death of General Wolfe
Chapter Sixteen Examples Twentieth-Century Architecture Art timeline images for study and discussion.
American Regionalism Jacob Lawrence, Ben Shahn, Edward Hopper and Grant Wood.
Abstract Art: Cubism, Futurism, De Stijl. Pablo Picasso ( )
Art Deco + Colonialism. Adrian Allinson, Jules Isnard Dransy, Visit the International Colonial Exhibition, 1931.
CUBISM: Champs de Mars (The Red Tower) by Robert Delaunay, 1911.
AMERICAN ART VISIONS Presentation Three Dr. David Ludley.
Portraits and Self-portraits. Self Portrait, 1991 Chuck Close Oil on canvas 100” x 84 “
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