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The Studio In Art Final Exam is scheduled for June 9 th at 8am. There are 55 school days left to prepare! Do NOT count on review time in class! QUARTERLY.

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1 The Studio In Art Final Exam is scheduled for June 9 th at 8am. There are 55 school days left to prepare! Do NOT count on review time in class! QUARTERLY ASSESSMENT FOR mp3 Friday, MARCH 28!!! -Art history VOCAB AND MATCHING -Review previous exams - Add Sculpture AND critique

2 Major Concepts/Terminology/Art history left to cover: Properties of Artworks - Characteristics to classify art – degree of realism or abstraction. Subject, time period, style or movement, medium. What are important qualities in artworks. And why people disagree on how art should be defined. Art Criticism – how to organize and write a successful art critique. Based on the four parts – description, analysis, interpretation and judgment. Linear Perspective – Terminology review Art history left to cover: Expressionism Abstract Expressionism Cubism / Surrealism Op Art/ Pop Art Color Field/ Photo Realism Art of Asia and middle east Art of Africa Art of the Americas

3 Expressionism Intention NOT to reproduce the subject accurately expressionEMPHASIS on the expression of inner most feelings. Harsh colors and flat surfaces; emotion distorting form Artists did not focus on creating “pretty pictures”. Late 1800’s – early 19 th century

4 Famous Expressionists Vincent Van Gogh Edvard Munch Henri Matisse

5 Vincent Van Gogh Dutch Said to have eaten paint, because he spent his money on paint instead of food. painted Starry Night and Irises from an asylum dead at 37 Completed 2100 works of art in his short life "Irises" sold for a record $53.9 million, and his "Portrait of Dr. Gachet" sold for $82.5 million.

6 Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night Vincent Van Gogh, Sunflowers

7 Edvard Munch The Scream, 1893

8 Admired Impressionism….and miserably failed to emulate it’s style. After numerous experiments, Munch concluded that the Impressionist idiom did not allow sufficient expression. Munch explored his own emotional and psychological state -, Munch began a “soul diary” to help him move to a new view of his art. The Sick Child (1886), based on his sister's death, was his first "soul painting", his first break from Impressionism. The Sick Child, Edvard Munch

9 Death in the Sickroom. c Edvard Munch

10 Henri Matisse Leader of the Fauvist Style of Expressionism Fauvism as a style began around 1900 and continued beyond 1910, the movement as such lasted only a few years, 1904–1908 The paintings expressed emotion with wild, often dissonant colors, without regard for the subject's natural colors…..

11 Henri Matisse

12 Abstract Expressionism Same characteristics of Expressionism Artists expressed themselves purely with FORM and COLOR Major Players: Jackson Pollock Wassily Kandinsky Franz Marc Franz Kline BUT

13 Jackson Pollock “ACTION PAINTER” He broke the mold in 1947 with his drip and splash style. Not only was he a famous painter and artist during his own time, Jackson Pollock also led a number of movements, which followed him, even after his death. To this day he is known as a leader in the most important art movements during his lifetime, and possibly during the 20th century in American art forms.

14 One of Pollock’s early pieces The Moon Woman Cuts the Circle “The risks Pollock took, and the creative approaches he took, led future artists to create with passion, as opposed to trying to follow set boundaries or guidelines, which have been laid out by the art world of his life time.” Pollock laid the foundation for non-objective artists through the present time…. Artist of the most expensive painting in the world in 2006, “No. 5” (1948), that sold for $140,000,000

15 Number One (Lavender Mist), 1950

16 Wassily Kandinsky GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM Russian inspired by Monet Said to be the first artist to create purely non-objective works, Fascinated by color and color psychology Early-period work, Munich-Schwabing with the Church of St. Ursula Points On White II. 1923

17 Wassily Kandinsky's Composition VII, 1913.

18 Franz Marc German Rote Rehe I (Red Deer I) sold for $3.30m, in 1998 Der Wasserfall (The Waterfall) was sold by Sotheby's in London to a private collector for $5.06m – record set for most amount paid for 20 th century German painting. His work is characterized by: Bright primary color Almost Cubist portrayal of animals Simple yet exudes a profound sense of emotion emotional purpose to the colors he used blue would be used for masculinity and spirituality, yellow represented feminine joy and red encased the sound of violence.

19 Franz Kline American painter born in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. -Named an “action painter’ like Pollock -Actually He would prepare many draft sketches— notably, commonly on refuse telephone book pages— before going to make his "spontaneous" work. -A lot of his work was in black on white Painting Number 2, 1954 Black Reflection (1956)


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