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Art at the turn of the century Part Four Art Nouveau
1890 to 1905 Reaction to Victorian era restrictions Influenced by Japonisme Growth of Eastern European nationalism
Floral and other plant- inspired motifs Highly-stylized, flowing curvilinear forms Art Nouveau Characteristics
Gaudi Olbrich Beardsley Mucha Art Nouveau Artists
Grand Palais, Paris Art Nouveau
Petit Palais, Paris Art Nouveau
Secession building, Vienna, Joseph Maria Olbrich Art Nouveau
Casa Batlló, Barcelona, Antoni Gaudí Art Nouveau
The Tree of Life, Tiffany Art Nouveau
Pin, Lalique Art Nouveau
The Kiss, Klimt Art Nouveau
Dance, Gismonda, Princess Hyacinthe, Mucha Art Nouveau
The Peacock Skirt, Beardsley Art Nouveau
Gustav Klimt. GUSTAV KLIMT was born in Vienna in He had formal art training at the Vienna School of Decorative Arts. In 1882, Klimt opened a studio.
Where do trends come from?. Art Nouveau Highly Stylized, flowing, curvilinear designs - sometimes incorporating floral and plant - inspired.
THE ART NOUVEAU MOVEMENT. ART NOUVEAU Is characterized by: Playful curvy lines (Curvilinear) Rich details Creates a sense of organic, natural & botanical.
Gustav Klimt. Gustav Klimt (1862 –1918) was an Austrian Symbolist painter and one of the most prominent members of the Vienna Secession movement. His.
Late 19 th Century Sculpture, Architecture, & Art Nouveau.
Art Nouveau Shape. Shape – An enclosed space defined by other elements of art. Curvilinear - shapes are created by combining geometric forms to make curves.
Art History: Impressionism to Early Modernism (AHIS 206- Winter) Tuesdays, 6:30-9:30 Instructor, Danielle Hogan
Art Nouveau 1)What is Art Nouveau? 2)When was the style fashionable? Give dates to and from) 3)What shapes and forms make something recognisable as being.
Georges Seurat A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte
LATE NINETEENTH CENTURY. TIME PERIOD 1890s – 1900s KEY IDEAS Symbolist painters seek to portray mystical personal visions. Art Nouveau seeks to create.
Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau appeared in France around the early 1890s. The man responsible of introducing the Art Nouveau style in architecture and decorative.
Surrealism, the Secession, and Creating Compositions.
MOSAICS. Definition A mosaic is a picture or pattern produced by arranging together small pieces of stone, tile or glass.
Inspiration for Creating Ceramic Tiles 6th Grade, 1st period West Valley Middle School 6th Grade, 1st period West Valley Middle School.
Art Nouveau By: Renée Prisecaru. Art nouveau - French for “new art” was an international art movement of style, decoration and architecture used during.
FIND 1220 DESIGN HISTORY Week 3, January 22 AESTHETIC INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT: ART NOUVEAU ( ) 1.THE ROOTS OF INSPIRATION : WORKS OF W. MORRIS AND.
Exploring a new style in the Visual Arts & Architecture.
© Boardworks Ltd of 8 Project 8: Landscapes & Cityscapes Artists and Movements part 2 © Boardworks Ltd of 8 Icons key: For more detailed.
Glass. Dale chihuly Louis Comfort Tiffany (February 18, 1848 – January 17, 1933) was an American artist and designer who worked in the decorative arts.
William Morris Wallpaper William Morris Wallpaper Design 1874.
Though Art Nouveau climaxed in the years 1892 to 1902, the first stirrings of an Art Nouveau movement can be recognized in the 1880s, in a handful of.
Inspired by Nature Throughout the history of art, one of artists’ main influences has been the natural world around them. The following are some modern.
Symbolism Klimt, Pallas Athene, 1898 decadence, opulence paint is the carrier of symbolic meaning Athena usually holds figure of Nike (Victory)
European Modern Art 1600s-1900s. European Art 1600s-1900s European art can be separated along the following styles: 1.Baroque: 1600s to early 1700s 2.Neo-Classical:
Note Taking Guide What were the major visual influences on the various styles of architecture? What visual elements were characteristic of these.
Fin de Siècle. Post-Impressionism Katsushika Hokusai The Great Wave off Kanagawa 1857 color woodblock print 9 7/8 x 14 3/4 in.
End of 19th century- after Industrial Revolution, products were often copies of Renaissance, Classical (e.g Greek Revival). Vulgar and cheap and nasty.
Bird in Space Constantin Brancusi 1923 Minimalism Describe – Tell what you see. Interpret – What do you think the work is about? Analyze – How does it.
Post-Impressionists Late 1800s followed rejected their ideas emotion in paint it described the artists who followed the Impressionists and to some extent.
ART NOUVEAU Art nouveau is a new style in style in the visual arts and architecture that developed in Europe and North America at the turn of.
Chapter 31 Europe and America Monet, Impression: Sunrise, 1872.
ROOTS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE II. The Arts & Crafts Movement: In England, there were still men of great influence who resisted the use of iron in architecture.
By Alice Middleton. During the Arts and Crafts Movement they focused more on decorative arts than paintings. Some examples are textiles, furniture and.
A Timeline of Designs ’ history … according to Jessica Perkins FINAL PROJECT JESSICA PERKINS APPD
Alphonse Mucha 1860 to Early Years Born in the modern Czech Republic. Started drawing at a young age. It was not until after high school he started.
ANTONIO GAUDI BY ELIZA. CHILDHOOD Antonio was born in Catalonia in Spain on June the 25 th His father who was a coppersmith taught him a lot.
Gustav Klimt Master of shapes and pattern.
February 10 th, 2015 Charles A. Jencks, “Post-Modern Architecture” (Vivian JingYuan Yang) Mark Wigley, The Translation of Architecture (Tess Clancy) Bridge.
Alphonse Mucha ( ) Alphonse Maria Mucha was born on 24th of July 1860 in Ivančice, Moravia (the present Czech Republic) He was a Czech Art Nouveau.
Gustave Klimt. Who was Gustave Klimt? An Austrian painter Responsible for founding the Austrian school of painting known as the Vienna Secession In the.
Gustav Klimt Tree of Life Images. Gustav Klimt (July 14, 1862 – February 6, 1918) was an Austrian Symbolist painterAustrianSymbolist painter and one of.
"An international style of decoration and architecture which developed in the 1880s and 1890s which lasted until the first world war. The name derives.
Eroticism / Erotic Art Many artists throughout different generations and cultures have portrayed art pertaining to erotic (explicitly sexual) subject matter.
What is Art Nouveau? What inspired Art Nouveau? Popularity of Art Nouveau Art Nouveau buildings in Vilnius Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis Posthumous.
Monday 9/17/2012 Tall Figure Andrea Giacometti 1949 Surrealism At first glance this image may look distorted due to it being stretched to fit the computer.
Art between European Art Nouveau The unruly Continental offspring, Art Nouveau (the new art) became the first popular 20th-century.
The Sight to See Kaylyn Bristow. Barcelona Designed to celebrate Art Nouveau architect Antoni Gaudi. Striking example of Gaudi’s art. Unfinished.
Antoni Gaudi. 5 Words to Describe Antoni Gaudi Casa Batllo Whimsical Conf Gavela Imaginary Sagrada Familia Ornate Casa Batllo Dr.Suess Parc Guell Creative.
WeekProject 11.Introduction to Textiles 2.Present Art Nouveau 3.Students develop artwork for cushion 4.Peer comments 7CD2 (Thursday 10/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday.
BARCELONA location A bit of history Gaudí Some important areas Some important streets.
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