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Reasons for Art
Wearable Art Worn for spiritual worship
Subali/Sugriwi – Balinese Mask
Idols to Worship Objects wish become fetishized
Spiritual Figure / Idol Nkisi Nkonde African Power Figure
To Tell A Story from the Past
The Story Teller 1964 Helen Cordero
To Communicate An Opinion or Point of View Very common today: Post Modernism
Ben Shahn Liberation1945
Visualize Dreams Surrealists Dada
Salvador DaliThe Broken Bridge and The Dream1945
Document the feeling of a Place Impressionists
Georges Seurat A Sunday Afternoon at the Island of La Grande Jatte 1884-1885
Depict the Beauty of Nature
Georgia O’Keefe Black Iris 1926
Political Commentary Murals Public Art
David Alvaro Siquerios For the Complete Safety of All Mexicans (detail of Mural)
Personal Identity (self-portraits) Not only images of the person Self- exploration Psychological Cross-over with surrealism
Frida Kahlo The Frame 1938
Illustrate a Story (Myth) Educate the viewer about a particular culture
Marc Chagall Then the Daughter of the Pharoh Opened the Arke and Sawe it was a Childe, From the Story of Exodus 1966
Marc Chagall La Chute d’lcare 1974-1977
Metaphor “juxtaposition” of two elements to create what is called a “third term” Also called a “poetic image”
Winslow HomerThe Gulf Stream1899
Environmental Conservation Attention to the environment
Christo & Jeanne-Claude The Umbrellas, Japan & USA 1984-91
Document of an Actual Place Photo realism Photograph
Richard EstesWaverly Place1980
To Depict Everyday life
George SegalThree People on Four Benches1979
Question Artworld Conventions Usually establish an art historical turning point or “movement”
Marcel DuChamp Nude Descending a Staircase 1912
Others Reasons To Make Art?
Art History Grade 8 sketch book assignment. Renaissance – 1300 – 1600 approx Mona Lisa by Leonardo DaVinci, and possibly as late as 1517 Key.
Standard 5 The Principles of Design I can demonstrate understanding of the Principles of Design. Involves being able to define, recognize and use the.
Early 20 th Century Art Challenging Artistic Conventions & Transatlantic Artistic Dialogue Chapter 33 AP Art History Mr. English.
Group Style / Period Style The name of the group reflects the name of the style of art incorporated Example: The Impressionists and Impressionism All art.
Is this a landscape or a portrait? Can you see any cool/warm colours?
M U L I n t r o t o M u l t I m e d i a Composition Elements and Principals of Design (noninclusive)
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS 2002/ ART HISTORY: PERIODS AND SCHOOLS A.Impressionism B.Post-Impressionism C.Expressionism and Abstraction D.Modern.
SURREALISM Project inspired by Salvador Dali. Surrealism Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its.
How to Write About Art There are four things that make up a great piece of writing about art. DESCRIPTION ANALYSIS INTERPRETATION EVALUATION.
Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte by Georges Seurat.
Chapter 5: Art THE ART OF BEING HUMAN 9 TH EDITION.
What is Surrealism? surrealists were a group of artists and writers who got together in Paris in the early 1920’s Started with group automatic writing.
The language of art Art is a visual “language,” practiced in every culture. It has a “vocabulary” and a “grammar,” and as with language, we can understand.
Digital Design II Curriculum Sewanhaka Central High School District May 2013 Compiled by Louie Aragon.
The New Psychology and the Visual Arts
Dada and Surrealism.
Standard 3: Principles of Design Concepts for organizing elements of art into successful art forms.
Purposes of Art An Overview.
Art History 101 Slide List for Midterm 3. Kondo (Golden Hall) at Horyuji, Nara period, c.680, Japan.
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