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Jeopardy Fine Arts Jeopardy Fine Arts Teacher: Scott Brady
Pointillism Impressionism 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 Classicism Exit Cubism
Cubism 100 Who is Pablo Picasso Who was one of the great artist of cubism?
Cubism 200 Who is Georges Barque Who was another great artist known for cubism?
Cubism 300 What is Tribal Art What type of art was cubism most influenced by?
Cubism 400 What is showing an object from multiple points of view simultaneously What is showing an object from multiple points of view simultaneously What is the key concept underlying cubism?
Cubism 500 When is 1908-1920 When was cubism founded?
Pointillism 100 What is a painting technique What is pointillism?
Pointillism 200 What is Primary colors What points of colors does pointillism use?
Pointillism 300 What is Impressionism Pointillism is a offshoot of what style of art?
Pointillism 400 What is art critics to ridicule the works of these artists The term pointillism was first coined by?
Pointillism 500 Who is Georges Seurat Who was the first artist to use pointillism?
Impressionism 100 What is France Impressionism began in what country?
Impressionism 200 What is Academic Art What is Academic Art Impressionism was a reaction against what art style?
Impressionism 300 What is Monet's early work, Impression: Sunrise What was the impressionism movement's name derived from?
Impressionism 400 What is landscapes What subject matter is most done in impressionism?
Impressionism 500 Who is Edgar Degas Who painted ballet dancers?
Classicism 100 What is Britain What country was classicism founded?
Classicism 200 What is art and architecture of Classical Greece and Rome. What inspired Classicism?
Classicism 300 What is the Western Europeans great popular interest in the region's lost civilizations and exotic cultures What fuelled the rise of Classicism in Britain?
Classicism 400 What is Academic Standards What standards of painting is Classicism done?
Classicism 500 Who is Fredrick Leighton Who is a leading Classicism artist?
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Jeopardy Fine Arts Jeopardy Fine Arts Teacher: Scott Brady.
WALT: To compare ideas, methods and approaches of others work. WILF: create an artwork in the style of Vincent Van Gogh Weeks 7 & 8.
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Impressionism In art, what can that possibly mean?
The Artist Pablo Picasso( ). Early Life One of the most innovative artist of the 20 th century. Through out his career, Picasso experimented in.
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Impressionism & Post Impressionism Van Gogh. Origins of Impressionism Art movement starting in the 1860s. Originating in France. Monet’s “Impressions.
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Early Modern Art. Themes in Early Modern Art 1.Uncertainty/insecurity. 2.Disillusionment. 3.The subconscious. 4.Overt sexuality. 5.Violence & savagery.
Impressionism by Phillip Martin.
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. Impressionism. Light was important to the Impressionists. They wanted to capture the moment. Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet Impressionism.
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French Impressionism Art History Unit Floral Design.
Georges-Pierre Seurat “I painted the way I did, because I wanted something new. I wanted a kind of painting that was my own.”
QOTD: Picasso’s most famous style of painting is known as________. Students will create a work of art in the style of Cubism inspired by the artist Pablo.
STYLES OF PAINTING WHICH PAINTINGS DO YOU LIKE BEST?
The French Connection BY: Nicholas McCullagh. Classicism The painters are: Frederick Leighton and Lawrence Alma-Tadema. This is inspired by classical.
Impressionism ’s Impressionism Emphasis of Light Major Artists Subject Matter Industrial Revolution Inventions Brush strokes Historical, political.
+ Art Movements. + + Realism 1850’s Realists rejected Romanticism, which had dominated French literature and art since the late 18th century. Realism.
PICASSO By Chandria Childs & Paul Provencio Townsend Elementary Activity 1 Teacher’s Page Three Musicians.
Famous Artists Seurat Van Gogh PicassoMonet Rembrandt Da Vinci.
Lesson by Anna Lines *click anywhere to begin Historic Styles of Art.
Impressionism Madison O’Connor. What is impressionism? The term 'Impressionism' comes from a sarcastic review of Monet's painting, 'Impression, Sunrise'
Cubism by Phillip Martin.
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L'importance de l'art français The French have played an important role in the history of art. We will take a brief look at the art movements that have.
December 3, 2007 Impressionism/Post Impressionism notes Set up graph for timed readings. 2 lessons.
Jeopardy Template By Carl Lyman © July 2007 Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category
OBJECTIVE 38: STUDENTS WILL DEMONSTRATE UNDERSTANDING BY DESCRIBING IMPRESSIONISM CHARACTERISTICS.
Impressionism Subjects and Styles Pissarro Jean Louis David “Father of Impressionist Movement” Salon Embraced Seurats Pointillism as the natural development.
Cubism In art, what can that possibly mean?. Cubism was a movement that began in France in the early 20 th Century by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso and.
W elcome to the world of Impressionism Art Tutorial Objectives The learner will successfully identify the Elements and Principles of Design. The learner.
An Introduction to Art History: Artists, Artwork, and Art Movements Renaissance, Baroque, Impressionism, Pointillism, Cubism, Surrealism, Expressionism,
Art 1A Semester Final Monica Moreno. Principles and Element of Art Line- i s the path of a point moving through space Shape - implies spatial form and.
An art movement is a style in art that has ….. Specific common goal A group of artists that create art in a similar style A restricted period.
Impressionism was developed in France during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. These pieces of art were painted as if someone just took a quick.
IMPRESSIONISM Beginners Guid. WHAT IS IMPRESSIONISM? Impressionism is a style of painting that originated in Paris France in the 19 th century. It was.
Nicolas Poussin French painter -Baroque, Classical Style -Spent working life in Rome.
By: Angela Wylie. The impressionist art movement originated in France in the last quarter of the 19th century as a reaction against traditional art and.
Pablo Picasso. Pablo Picasso was one of the greatest artist of the 20 th Century. He was born in Malaga Spain in 1881 His father was an art teacher, and.
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EDU 151 Chapter 7 Introducing the World’s Art. Artistic Styles Prehistoric Art (Primitive Art) Unknown Cave Artists.
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