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Chromatic Grey Study White Still Life Chromatic Whites and Values
Still Life, Unknown 1
Francisco de Zurburan 18th century
Bottle of Suze Pablo Picasso 1912
The Black Clock Paul Cézanne 1870
Notre avenir est dans l'air Pablo Picasso 1912
Bottles and Knife Juan Gris 1911
Still life with magnolia Giorgio Morandi 1946
Still Life Giorgio Morandi 1953
Still Life Giorgio Morandi 1926
Jane Freilicher Hydrangea 2008
Richard Diebenkorn Still Life Letter 1960 c
MaryPratt Salmon Saran C 1978
Dinner table Henri Matisse 1897
Ginger jar and fruit Paul Cézanne 1895
Buffet Wayne Thiebaud 1976
Maira Kalman Herring and Philosophy 2006
Salads, sandwiches and desserts Wayne Thiebaud 1962
Maira Kalman Eggs and Toast 2006
Still Lifes in Art History. Pompeian painter, Still life with glass bowl of fruit and vases (around 70 AD)
Still Life In FineArt In Fine Art Dead Nature Nature Morte Dead Nature Still Life Nature Morte Dead Nature Nature Morte Still Life Nature Morte Dead Nature.
Henri Matisse One of the Greatest Painters of the 20 th Century.
Examples of “Themes” in Art. Claude Monet Haystacks.
Painting Techniques Only a sample – there are principles but there are NO RULES.
HEALTHY BRUNCH. THE DAY BEFORE… We have a meeting in our English classroom and we decide five healthy dishes we could cook for our brunch : -Fruit salad.
20 th CENTURY ART EUROPEAN. Influenced by Cezanne's work on structure and form Employed fragmented forms and multiple viewpoints Flat, jagged shapes-like.
The questioning of mimesis. Mimesis See Plato, The Republic, book X : - And the painter too is, as I conceive, just such another --a creator of appearances,
1913 Roger De La Fresnaye, The Conquest of the Air, 1913, oil on canvas.
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.
TYPICAL GREAT BRITAIN FOOD. BREAKFAST The breakfast begin at 7.00 o'clock and it finish at o'clock. People eat bowl of cereals, a slice of toast,
Arrangement of dinerware, flatware, glassware & napkin at each place setting. COVER.
Typical slovenian dishes and folk customs. Holidays (prazniki) Christmas holidays Easter holidays National holidays Prešeren’s day All Souls’
Art 102 Fall 2011 Cubism, Surrealism Lecture. Braque Maisons a L'Estaque 1908.
Chapter 21 The Modern World: Movements: Neoclassicism Romanticism Realism Impressionism Post-Impressionism Fauvism and Expressionism Cubism Fantasy.
12 hue "Color Wheel" introduced by Johannes Itten ( )
Dante’s personal life and his writing were greatly influenced by the politics of late 13 th century Florence. Dante and his family belonged to a powerful.
My restaurant The name: TAPAS The name: TAPAS The location: Madrid, via street The location: Madrid, Gran via street Size and organization: The restaurant.
PEDRO ANDRÉS SÁNCHEZ THIS IS ME. About me I was born in Madrid, Spain, the 8th of October in I live at San Telmo street nº 13. I live with my parents.
Write in your sketch book: Todays objective: Use pen and ink techniques to create value in a still life composition. Unlike a pencil, ink cannot be applied.
Electronic Supplementary Material (ESM) Electronic Supplementary Figure 1. Plasma apoCI is associated with increased survival of patients with severe sepsis.
English Food. The time of food English peoples eat at differents hours: -The breakfast at 7:00 and 9:00 -The lunch at 12:00 and 1:30 p.m -The dinner at.
From Realism to Impressionism: Édouard Manet –Rejected by the Salon –Manet becomes hero to nonconformist –Greatly influenced Monet and others (He adopted.
Desiree Endlich. For table decorations -Lemon leaves -Ferns -Pineapple -Bananas -Flowers every where -Each guest gets a lei They play Soft strains of.
Modernism Yves Klein Blue. Pablo Picasso the father of cubism.
Many famous paintings arranged approximately in chronological order are presented. How many artists and paintings can you name? Many were taken from:
By : Esther Yáñez Piña & Verónica Muñoz Martínez.
Which came first? A PowerPoint presentation exploring the ART of Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso Prepared by: Marisa J. Main
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