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Presentation on theme: "We enjoyed our work on the project because  painting of old masters is one of the greatest treasures mankind has collected in the history of its."— Presentation transcript:

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4 We enjoyed our work on the project because  painting of old masters is one of the greatest treasures mankind has collected in the history of its civilisation;  old painting reflects the collective experience of human spiritual life of many centuries;  it has great influence on our souls and feelings, creates our moral values;  art forms our outlook, enriches our inner world and influences greatly the development of a person and of mankind.

5 Our objectives  to study the history of painting in Britain;  to learn creative activity of outstanding English painters;  to find out how the British painting reflects the history of England.

6 How we worked on the project  We studied literature on the subject.  We surfed in the Internet.  We visited the exhibition “The Victorian Age and Art”.

7 The history of British painting William Turner (1775 — 1851) TTTThe history of British painting is intimately linked with the broader traditions of European painting. TTTThe early 18th century - English artists began to develop their own styles in marine and allegorical painting. HHHHogarth promoted an academy for the arts, the predecessor of the Royal Academy of Arts, the latter was founded by Sir Joshua Reynolds. TTTThe late 18th century, the first half of the 19th century - the great flowering of English landscape painting (John Constable and J. M. W. Turner). John Constable (1776 — 1837) John Constable. Salisbury Cathedral, from the Bishop's Grounds Oil on canvas. Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK John Constable. Flatford Mill Oil on canvas. Tate Gallery, London, UK William Turner. Light and Colour (Goethe's Theory) – The Morning after the Deluge - Moses Writing the Book of Genesis Oil on canvas. Tate Gallery, London, UK William Turner. Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth Oil on canvas. Tate Gallery, London, UK

8 We have learnt creative activity of outstanding British painters Joshua Reynolds ( ) William Hogarth (1697 — 1764) Thomas Gainsborough (1727—1788) John Constable (1776 — 1837) William Turner (1775 — 1851)

9 William Hogarth Hogarth’s Marriage a la Mode William Hogarth. Shortly After the Marriage Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK William Hogarth. The Visit to the Quack Doctor Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK William Hogarth. The Countess's Morning Levee Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK William Hogarth. The Death of the Earl Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK William Hogarth. The Suicide of the Countess Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK. William Hogarth. The Marriage Contract Oil on canvas. National Gallery, London, UK

10 Queen Victoria by Franz Xavier. Winterhaler. Portraiture Prince Albert by Franz Xavier. Winterhaler. George Romney John Hoppner Thomas LawrenceJoshua Reynolds Sir Joshua Reynolds. Augustus Keppel National Maritime Museum, London, UK. Thomas Gainsborough Sir Joshua Reynolds. David Garrick The Royal Collection, UK. Sir Joshua Reynolds. George III Royal Collection, UK. Thomas Gainsborough. The Blue Boy. Exhibited R.A Henry E. Huntington Art Gallery, San Marino, CA, USA. Thomas Gainsborough. Queen Charlotte Royal Collection, UK. Romney. Lady Hamilton as Nature. Thomas Gainsborough. Mrs. Sarah Siddons National Gallery, London, UK. Romney. Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, in a Cavern Romney. Lady Hamilton. Thomas Lawrence. Marguerite, Countess of Blessington, Thomas Lawrence. Sir Francis Burdett Thomas Lawrence. Elisabeth Farren.

11 John Constable Landscape painting John Constable. Landscape Noon (The Hay-Wain) National Gallery, London, UK John Constable. Flatford Mill Tate Gallery, London, UK John Constable. Malvern Hall Tate Gallery, London, UK. John Constable. Wivenhoe Park National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, USA. William Turner William Turner. The Fighting Temeraire Tugged to Her Last Berth to Be Broken up The National Gallery, London, UK Joseph Mallord William TurnerWilliam Turner. Fishermen at Sea Tate Gallery, London, UK Joseph Mallord William Turner

12 Principal art galleries The National GalleryThe Tate BritainThe National Portrait Gallery

13 We have come to the conclusion that… The history of England is reflected in painting in many ways. We can…  watch a lot of historical events;  feel the atmosphere of Old England;  imagine scenes of everyday life;  see great people of the past and outstanding historic figures.

14 Resources 1. Барановский Л. С. Добрый день, Британия!: Пособие для учащихся школ с углубл. изуч. англ. яз. (9 – 11 кл.), колледжей, лицеев, гимназий, студентов вузов. – Мн.: А-во САДИ; М.: «Московский лицей», Британия. Уч. пособие по страноведению для студентов институтов и факультетов иностранных языков под ред. Куприяновой В. Р. – Л., «Просвещение», Салина И. А. Все о Лондоне: Кн. для чтения в ст. классах шк. с углубл. изуч. англ. яз. – М.: Просвещение,

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