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Modernity Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann
Chartres Cathedral. 1194-1220. (Chartres, Sanctuaire du Monde)
Mont-saint-michel. (Office de Tourisme, Mormandie)
Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan, title page (1651). (Anniina Jokinen’s Hobbes site)
Vermeer (1632-1675), The Geographer, 1668-69 Frankfurt, Städelmuseum
Bernini (1598-1680), Ecstasy of St Theresa, 1645-52 Rome, Santa Maria della Vittoria
Poussin (1594-1665), Landscape with Funeral of Phocion, 1648 Cardiff, National Museum of Wales
David (1748-1825), Oath of the Horatii, 1784-85 Paris, Louvre
David (1748-1825), Tennis Court Oath, 1791 Versailles, Musée National du Château
David (1748-1825), Death of Marat, 1793 Brussels, Musées royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique
Goya (1746-1828), Third of May 1808, 1814-15 Madrid, Prado
Gustave Courbet (1849-50), The Grain-sifters, 1855 Nantes, Musée des Beaux-Arts
Manet, Edouard (1832-1883), Olympia (1863) Paris, Musee d'Orsay
Vincent van Gogh (1853-90), Starry Night (1889) New York, Museum of Modern Art
Georges Seurat (1859-1891), Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte (1884-86) Chicago, Art Institute of Chicago
Paul Cézanne (1839-1906), Mont Sainte-Victoire (1885-87) New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Pablo Picasso (1881-1974), Portrait of Ambroise Vollard (1910). Moscow, Pushkin Museum of Fine Art
Wassily Kandinsky (1866-1944), Yellow, Red, Blue (1925) Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou
Marcel Duchamp (1887-1968), Nude Descending a Staircase (No. 2) (1912). Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Franz Kline (1910-1962), Four Square, 1956 Washington, National Gallery of Art
Andy Warhol (1931-1987), Marilyn, 1962; Brillo Box, 1964 Private collections
Realism To Cubism Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann.
The Age of Absolutism and the Age of Revolutions Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann.
Impressionism and Post-impressionism. The Sea of Ice The Hay Wain The Raft of the Medusa Liberty Leading the People Romanticism.
Neoclassical. David The Oath of the Horatii 1784, oil on canvas, Musée du Louvre at Paris.
Chapter Thirteen Examples Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Art timeline images for study and discussion.
Today: Creating your own Impressionism Art History Book Warmup- blending technique review. Today (and the next class) we will be learning how to create.
Cezanne to Picasso: Ambroise Vollard Exhibit Metropolitan Museum September January 2007.
Post- Impressionis m. Paul Cezanne ( ) Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire,
Famous Paintings. The Cestello Annunciation, Sandro Botticelli, 1489.
POST-IMPRESSIONISM Original Cast: Seurat, Toulouse- Lautrec, Cezanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh Subjects: Leisure activities, nightlife, still lifes, landscapes,self-portraits.
Pre-Raphaelites, Impressionism and Post Impressionism Moreno Valley High School AP Art History Erica Ness.
Art History 101 Slide List for Midterm 3. Kondo (Golden Hall) at Horyuji, Nara period, c.680, Japan.
Ghiberti’s Gates of Paradise (p. 16). Davids (p.16) Donatello’sMichelangelo’s.
The City, part I 3. How can a city alienate us?. Georges-Pierre Seurat, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884–86. Oil on canvas,
Is this a landscape or a portrait? Can you see any cool/warm colours?
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.
ART HISTORY MID-TERM LIST THE ARTIST (FIRST AND LAST NAME) TITLE OF THE ARTWORK YEAR COMPLETED MEDIAMUSEUM EC: SIZE.
Reading and Writing Skills for Students of Literature in English: Modernism and Modernity Enric Monforte Jacqueline Hurtley Bill Phillips.
Art History Review. Leonardo da Vinci Born in Vinci, Italy Painted during the Renaissance Considered a “Renaissance Man” Mona Lisa. c.1503.
POST IMPRESSIONISM. Wanted art to be more substantial, not dedicated wholly to capturing fleeting moments Split PI into 2- like Neo and Rom from earlier.
Impressionism –late 1880s Interested in capturing the quality of light Harmonious colors Choppy and visible brush strokes Two Examples of Major Artists:
POST-IMPRESSIONISM. TIME PERIOD 1880s – 1890s KEY IDEAS Reaction against ephemeral qualities of Impressionism. Interested in line, pattern, form,
ELEMENTS of ART. ELEMENTS OF ART LINE SHAPE COLOR TEXTURE (The ingredients of art)
Late Modernism Postmodernism Hist 122: Western Civilization II Clayton Miles Lehmann.
Museum Of Modern Art MOMA (212) West 53 Street New York, NY Pinturas y esculturas.
Mona Lisa Leonardo da Vinci. The Birth of Venus Botticelli.
20 th Century Art. Edvard Munch: “The Scream” Expressionism: 1893.
Standard 3: Principles of Design Concepts for organizing elements of art into successful art forms.
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS 2002/ ART HISTORY: PERIODS AND SCHOOLS A.Impressionism B.Post-Impressionism C.Expressionism and Abstraction D.Modern.
Post- Impressionism and the Late Nineteenth Century September 20, 2007 Ms LeRoy.
Master a Master Work Mr. Wilson Art 8 Famous Artist Research Project.
ART PORTRAITS LANDSCAPES NARRATIVES. PORTRAITS Dictionary definition por·trait–noun a likeness of a person, especially of the face, as a painting, drawing,
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS I.Art History: Periods & Schools A. IMPRESSIONISM B. POST-IMPRESSIONISM.
What form of balance is present in the flower? Radial.
Blue Period Pablo Picasso, The Tragedy, 1903, Oil on wood, National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
Many famous paintings arranged approximately in chronological order are presented. How many artists and paintings can you name? Many were taken from:
28 Art Styles #1 Leonardo Da Vinci, “The Mona Lisa”,
Works of Art to Know. American Gothic Grant Wood.
Standard 5 The Principles of Design I can demonstrate understanding of the Principles of Design. Involves being able to define, recognize and use the.
Third Quarter Art JUMP TO A SECTION: BAROQUEROMANTICISMBAROQUEROMANTICISM ROCOCO IMPRESSIONISMROCOCOIMPRESSIONISM NEOCLASSICIM POST-IMPRESSIONISMNEOCLASSICIMPOST-IMPRESSIONISM.
Most Recognizable Works of Art. Edvard Munch “The Scream” 1893 Norwegian Expressionist painting.
HWH Unit 3 Chapter 5.2. Baroque Art (late 1500s-late 1600s) Major characteristics Rich, full-bodied colors ○ Uses light and contrast Full of energy.
Genre Genre in painting refers to the subject matter. The five genres are: Historical, Portraiture, Genre (everyday life) Landscape Still Life.
19 th century: Modernism and Impressionism Vocabulary Bourgeois Salon Salon des Refusés Flanneur Courtesan La Tache Impasto En pleine aire Haussmanization.
Beginning in the early 19th century this movement rejected the principles of classical art Art was to be a reflection of the artist’s inner feelings,
Poussin, Arcadian Shepherds, c Poussin, Dance of Human Life, c
Art History Pt2. JAN DAVIDSZ DE HEEM, 1640 MEINDERT HOBBEMA, 1689.
Hyacinthe Rigaud, Louis XIV, Oil on canvas, 9’ 2” x 6’ 3”. Louvre, Paris.
Venus of Willendorf. Venus de Milo (Louvre, Paris)
"I had a dream the other day. I had written a beautiful book, a wonderful book, which you had illustrated with beautiful, wonderful pictures. Both of our.
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