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Chapter 5: Art Pearson Longman © 2009 “This multimedia product and its contents are protected under copyright law. The following are prohibited by law: any public performance or display, including transmission of any image over a network; preparation of any derivative work, including the extraction, in whole or in part, of any images; any rental, lease, or lending of the program.” THE ART OF BEING HUMAN 9 TH EDITION
THE VISUAL ARTS The visual arts include: Painting Sculpture Architecture Pearson Longman © 2009
THE NEED TO IMITATE Now, as in the past, people have felt the need to reproduce what they see…to imitate. People choose different MEDIA to create their imitations of the exterior world around them and the interior world within them. Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA STYLES – general principles or characteristics associated with a time period or artist. MEDIA - particular materials in which an artist works such as acrylic, charcoal, or paint. Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA STYLES Classical Art refers to the historical period when a cultures distinct artistic styles and media flowered. Ancient Greece The Parthenon The Charioteer Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Medieval Art 5 th to 15 th century C.E. Visual arts turned away from the pagan realism of the classical world to the service of Christianity. Romanesque & Gothic churches Religious paintings Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Giotto – introduces new techniques and a great degree of realism. Death of St. Francis Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA The Renaissance political and social change life in this world can be enjoyed return to classical models perspective lifelike representations of the human body Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Representative Artists and works of the Renaissance Michelangelo - David, Vatican Pieta Leonardo da Vinci - Mona Lisa, The Last Supper Raphael - The School of Athens Sophonisba Anguissola Artemisia Gentileschi, Judith Slaying Holofernes Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Rembrandt: The Perfection of Likeness master painter of the Dutch School portraits, landscapes, and still life psychological realism Self-Portrait Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Rebellion against Perfect Likeness Goya - The Family of Charles IV, The Third of May Saturn Devouring his Children Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Impressionism 19 th century initially rejected by the critics no need to imitate the superficial appearance of things. interest in color and light Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Representative Artists Manet Monet Renoir Morisot Cassatt Whistler Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Post-Impressionism Artists who come after the Impressionists Representative Artists Van Gogh Gauguin Seurat Cezanne Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Art as Alteration: the modern and postmodern Modern – late 19 th and early 20 th century Postmodern – late 20 th century to present Alteration - artists change reality to suit their personality and imagination Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Representative Artists of the Modern Duchamp (found & abstract art) Bacon Kandinsky (abstract art) Mondrian (classic abstractionist) Picasso and Braque (cubism) Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Representative Artists of the Postmodern Dali (surrealism) O’Keeffe (abstract) Hopper (simplified realism) Douglas (cubism) Hanson (superrealism) Warhol (pop) Oldenburg (pop) Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Camera and Computer Art New mediums of the late 19 th and 20 th century Representative Artists Stieglitz (photography) Uelsmann (photography) Taylor (computer) Pearson Longman © 2009
STYLES AND MEDIA Performance Art work exists in the moment and then gone social commentary mixed media Representative Artists Kienholz Christo Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Architecture as a dual function: Human needs (shelter, work, play, worship, etc.) Aesthetic dimension Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART There is an interplay of form and function. form follows function function follows form Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Representative Buildings Angkor Wat - Cambodia Sydney Opera House - Australia Guggenheim Museum - NY Guggenheim Museum – Bilbao, Spain Burj-al-Arab – Dubai, U.A. E. Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Representative Architects Jorn Utzon Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Gehry Pearson Longman © 2009
ARCHITECTURE AS ART Architecture as a dual function: Human needs (shelter, work, play, worship, etc.) Aesthetic dimension There is an interplay of form.
Paronyan Ani Englis.
Art Show Middle Ages Art What distinctly Middle Ages technique is used here?
Modern Art and Architecture,
Art. Art dates back to cave paintings-humans want to depict what they see All art is a form of imitation Some art strives for likeness (trying to be as.
Bell Work - Describe each of these artworks with 3 adjectives - What are 3 differences you see between these artworks? 1. 2.
Art I Art History PowerPoint Project A.Select an Artist.
By Justen Bozarth. During the Renaissance the world was going through an extreme change. The word “Renaissance” in itself is defined as a “rebirth” or.
A.SELECT AN ARTIST Art Throughout History 3 become1 Project.
©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers. The Art of Being Human, 7/e Chapter 5 – Art PowerPoint by Julie Rodakowski.
Artist Sell Which one appeals to you?. As we go through, make note of at least 3 you are interested in. When we are done, you can choose the one that.
Impressionism & Modern Art Bakke. Impressionism Began w/ Paris School Characteristics: – 1) instead of portraying religious, mythological, and historical.
HUMANITIES PAINTINGS AND PAINTERS REVIEW. MEDIEVAL A.D. ART APPEALED TO THE EMOTIONS AND STRESSED THE IMPORTANCE OF RELIGION.
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.
ART HISTORY TIMELINE Michleine Cloutier. “Art is the desire of a man to express himself, to record the reactions of his personality to the world he lives.
Renaissance Artists Essential Question: In your own words, define the following terms: Renaissance Humanism Classicism Warm-Up: Why did the Renaissance.
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:
Most Recognizable Works of Art. Edvard Munch “The Scream” 1893 Norwegian Expressionist painting.
As regards form, we have drawing Mary Magdalene, drawing by Leonardo Da Vinci.
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