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Design Movements we will analyse Cubism Art Deco Art Nuevo Bauhaus Arts and Crafts.

Design Movements we will analyse Cubism Art Deco Art Nuevo Bauhaus Arts and Crafts Lesson 1: Art Deco Art deco combined combines traditional craft motifs with Machine Age imagery and materials. craftmotifsMachine Age The style is often characterized by rich colours, bold geometric shapes and lavish ornamentation.geometric Symmetry was considered important Learning Outcome Develop and understanding of Art Deco and how it evolved Develop an understanding who were the movement leaders and what inspired them. /

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use. Crazy Quilt During the last years of the 1800s and into the 1900s the Arts and Craft Movement in America inspired people to go back to the old ways of bygone days. Fashion of the day demanded simple home furnishings, pottery and glassware all made by hand. This included the old traditional patterns in quilt design. Hand-tied Quilt Completed about 1890 by Anna Jane Davis/

I Deep & Daily The depth of daily life is reinforced and confirmed to be at the centre of the Deep & Daily MindStyle (a constant now for fifteen years),

to performing arts) draw from this reservoir of stimuli, traditions and rites, reinventing the sensory perceptions at 360 degrees, with accessible and democratic manners that are still unique and distinctive. Visual gratifications, the genuine perceptual, and artistic performance,/ with consoles envisioned and designed in a way to take advantage of interaction, movement and the third dimension. 25 Deep & Daily BONUS WONDER SLOW COST JOYFUL STANDARDS 3D DAYS > Deep Minimal Pleasures > Crafted Grace > Serial /

Commodification, the Arts, & Native American Identity Katherine Gehin Lin Wu.

of an ancient culture by tourists and collectors. Laws and Organizations Various acts of legislations, associations, and political agendas aim to protect Native Americans and the authenticity of their cultural arts; while promoting a successful economic environment without jeopardizing their identity. Native American socio-cultural revival movement (New Deal Program) The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB), U.S. Department of Interior Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 California Indian Basketweavers/

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was one of the first art movements to emerge after World War II. It was abstract because it emphasized the elements of art and principles of design as its subject matter. It was expressive because it stressed feeling and emotions rather than planned design. Jackson Pollack, Eyes in the Heat. 1946. Willem de Kooning, Woman V. 1952-53. 20th Century Art Pop and Op Art Pop Art In the 1960’s/

Criticism and Craft: Reflections on the State of Criticism in the Ceramic Arts Summer Hills-Bonczyk Work by Diego Romero, Jessica Jackson Hutchins, Ron.

* Disclaimer: quotes are rough, based on my written notes from the conference. GARTH CLARK Well known art dealer, writer, critic, and speaker on ceramics. Numerous publications and conferences on contemporary ceramics. Controversial lecture, “How envy killed the crafts movement: An autopsy in two parts” (2008) and follow-up “Palace and Cottage” (2010) In Santa Fe… Likes: Functional pots about food People that are just potters Granny pots/

Civilization is the making of a world by man. CREATING A MAN-MADE ORDER THE MAKING OF SIGN AND SPACE SIGN = Written word SPACE= architecture includes painting,

was evident in graphic design, architecture, art, and crafts, as well as other media such as music and theater. Universal significance of forms……shun the historical and culturally specific nature of visual design. Islamic and Indian influence on visual / & flattened. Symbolic colors. Empirical perspective. Capturing movement. Use of figure ground relationship. Fluid content. Challenging & disturbing Cubist artwork objects are analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted form— instead of depicting /

Unit Art Unit 1 Art By: XieYongqing ( 下载整理 ). Warming up -- Brainstorming  If you were an artist, what kind of pictures would you paint? pictures realistic.

its inception, the collection has been built on the recognition that architecture and design are allied and interdependent arts, so that synthesis has been a founding premise of the collection.  The collection provides an extensive overview of modernism. Starting with the reform ideology established by the Arts and Crafts movement, the collection covers major movements of the twentieth century and contemporary issues. The architecture collection documents buildings through models, drawings/

Revised Curriculum 2008 Range. Index Subject AreaPage Language Literacy and Communication FP3 Language Literacy and Communication KS24 English4 Modern.

experience art, craft, design, music and dance from Wales and other cultures. Range 15 Creative Development Key Stage 2 – Art and Design Range In art and design, pupils at Key Stage 2 should develop their understanding and investigating skills in order to enrich and inform their making. Understanding Pupils should be stimulated and inspired, where appropriate, by: other artists, craftworkers and designers methods and processes media styles ideas local and Welsh art, craft and design images and artefacts/

The Language of Art Chapter 1 ArtTalk Textbook. Art is a way of communicating Art is a universal language – it can be understood regardless of whether.

you use the elements or tools. The principles of design are the “rules” of art – how you use the elements or tools. The principles of design consist of rhythm, movement, balance, proportion, variety, emphasis, harmony, and unity. The principles of design consist of rhythm, movement, balance, proportion, variety, emphasis, harmony, and unity. The principles of design are used to communicate the message the artist wants to convey. The principles/


designed to communicate with the gods and win their favor. At these ceremonies, priests made offerings to the gods and presented ritual dramas, songs, and/ temple even had a garden with plants and animals crafted entirely from gold and silver. In fact, gold was a/movement for religious reform began in Germany. It then swept much of Europe.  Critics of the Church claimed that its leaders were corrupt. The popes who ruled during the Renaissance patronized the arts, spent extravagantly on personal pleasure, and/

NCECA 2009 Regional Student Juried Exhibition From the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts At the Tempe Center for the Arts.

’s degree from the Alberta College of Art and Design in Calgary, AB, Canada. He holds experience through apprenticeships, work-studies in Canada, the U.S. and Australia. DuPont spent the last four years/and fibers. She has received scholarships to study abroad and attend workshops at Anderson Ranch Arts Center (Snowmass Village, Colo.), Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts (Gatlinburg, Tenn.) and Penland (N.C.) School of Crafts. She plans to pursue a career in the arts combining her teaching, business and/

What is Arts "Art cannot be taught, it comes from thinking. But it can be improved by practice." A beautiful work of Art has the power to hold attention.

Art has an aesthetic value. It has been rightly said that, “Art is a craft, but not just any sort of craft. It is a craft of expression - of someones feelings or thoughts, and it can take many forms depending on a chosen medium." How is Art different from Craft? Art and Craft/instance, the art of wood carving, weaving and so on. One of the reasons that led this movement was the religious needs. For instance, in Islam the work of calligraphy and the architectural designs of the mosque is the art form that has/

GCSE Revision (Section B) - Design Movements. W e A re L earning T o – You will have an understanding of Design movements and their defining features.

3 different design movements and their defining features. You are able to name a famous designer from 2 movements. You have a good understanding of 2 different design movements and their defining features. You are able to name a famous designer from 1 movement. Level A B C Q What are Design Movements? Please turn to pages 12 -13 of the AQA product design workbook. Video Notes Arts and Crafts / 1885- 1900 / William Morris Art Nouveau / 1890/

William Morris The Art of Industrialism Tyler Weber Social studies Paula Meckes November 17 th, 2014.

” William was born in 1834 and died in 1896. Occupation were Artist, Designer, Writer, and Socialist He believed that industrially manufactured items lacked the honesty of traditional craft work. Influence, architecture, furniture making and the decorative arts, such as interior design, started to displayed the simplicity and crafts approach. Why: was the Art Movement of 1880-1910 a ‘‘Rebellion’’ The arts and crafts movement was an international design movement that flourished between 1880 to 1910. William/

S S i z e ‘S’ Size “S” - a contemporary Indian Art show of the small format. This format allows Prakrit Arts & Krisala Arts to bring to the art lovers.

of colour and movement. His work has been exhibited extensively in India and abroad and he is the winner of several national and international awards/and group shows in India and abroad and his works are in various collections. He has won numerous awards for his paintings. He worked as a publicity designer for film director Ramgopal Varma. He is also a writer and/ West Bengal. He completed his graduation in Fine Arts from the Government College of Arts and Crafts, Kolkata. The Artist uses the imagery of Lord/

23-24 Poetry Fixed and Open Forms.

net." Fixed Forms continued … In Chapter 23 of Literature: Craft and Voice, Nicholas Delbanco and Alan Cheuse explain poetry’s most popular fixed forms: • / I love in art.” – Molly Peacock Sonnet One of the most enduring and popular forms of /Ways,” Hopkins’s “God’s Grandeur,” Frost’s “Design,” and Hacker’s “Elektra on Third Avenue,” among others./ arrangement of lines and onomatopoeia, Williams replicates a stairway and the energetic movement of a bellhop. Sound, rhythm, structure, and appearance merge for a/

Arts and Crafts Architecture By : Brooke Adams. Findings A. The decades in which these homes were first used were in the 19 th century, but were most.

it shows how the movement changed those of plain boring homes into creative warming homes with style. 2. The advantages are the space, warmth and enjoyment of the home, disadvantages.. probably expensive. References Brown P.L. (n.d) 2010, William. Craftsman Perspective: A Visual Guide to Arts and Crafts Architecture,Http://www.frontdoor.com/buy/arts-and-crafts- architecture/1045Http://www.frontdoor.com/buy/arts-and-crafts- architecture/1045 The Greene/

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Prayer of St. Francis It was all part of the reform movement (changes) brought about to return the Church – including its /become a master himself and join a guild, he had to demonstrate his skill in his craft by creating a “/Arts and Humanities not the Sciences. All the great teachers of Middle Ages were professors of Theology. e.g. Abelard, Magnus, and Thomas Aquinas. Thomas Aquinas – wrote “Summa Theologica” it was a philosophical work on Christian theology. PP Design of T. Loessin; Akins H.S. “Aquinas and/

Design History Design in Prehistoric Times Pre-3000 BC Before recorded history, humans constructed stone circles, megaliths, and other structures.

& O’Hara Paris, London, & Chicago Arts and Crafts Movement in Design 1860 to 1900 AD Arts and Crafts was a late 19th-century backlash against the forces of industrialization. The Arts and Crafts movement revived an interest in handicrafts and sought a spiritual connection with the surrounding environment, both natural and manmade. The Craftsman Bungalow evolved from the Arts and Crafts movement. Gamble House & Davis House Pasadena, California & Eugene, Oregon Art Nouveau Design 1890 to 1905 AD Known as the/

Key Assessment Criteria Being a speaker

use a range of materials creatively to design and make products to use drawing, painting and sculpture to develop and share their ideas, experiences and imagination to develop a wide range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space about the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links to their own work/

ESSLLI 2006 Treebank-Based Acquisition of LFG, HPSG and CCG Resources1 Advanced Course: Treebank-Based Acquisition of LFG, HPSG and CCG Resources Josef.

structure trees –Traces and other null elements used to represent non-local dependencies (movement, PRO, etc.) –Designed to facilitate extraction of predicate-argument structure ESSLLI 2006 Treebank-Based Acquisition of LFG, HPSG and CCG Resources63 A /and CCG Resources160 Parsing: Penn-II and LFG How do treebank-based constraint grammars compare to deep hand- crafted grammars like XLE and RASP? XLE (Riezler et al. 2002, Kaplan et al. 2004) –hand-crafted, wide-coverage, deep, state-of-the-art English LFG and/

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and failures as reference for design concepts. Classic use of design elements and design principles that have endured and remain effective. Visual motifs and concepts that emulate an era, style or historical climate. Design Movements USE YOUR BOOKS TO REVISE THE DESIGN MOVEMENTS, ARTISTS/DESIGNERS AND DATES Arts and Crafts Movement 1850 - 1914 The Arts and Crafts movement was a period of British decorative arts, architecture, and landscape design. The movement called for simplicity and clear function. And/

Architecture, networks, and complexity John Doyle John G Braun Professor Control and dynamical systems BioEngineering, Electrical Engineering Caltech.

and adaptive, yet … food sex toolmaking sports music dance crafts art VTA Prefrontal cortex Accumbens dopamine work family community nature Universal reward systems Robust and adaptive, yet … food sex toolmaking sports music dance crafts art sex food toolmaking sports music dance crafts art/ unstable tip movements. This presents an obstacle in the space of dynamic hand movements that must /producers Electric power network Variety of consumers Good designs transform/manipulate energy Subject to hard limits /

Bauhaus. History of Bauhaus  The Bauhaus was founded in 1919 by Walter Gropius. Gropius came from the Werkbund Movement, which aimed to integrate art.

came from the Werkbund Movement, which aimed to integrate art and economics, and to add an element of engineering to art.  The Bauhaus was founded by the combining of the Weimar Art Academy and the Weimar Arts and Crafts School.  Students were taught by both an artist and a master craftsman, to unite creative imagination with the practical knowledge of a craftsman, in order to develop a functional design.  The Bauhaus were/

Principles of Art …or, what are the tools needed to make really great works of art?

their paths or seem to collide with other directions of movement. Tension also comes from using certain kinds of elements /art. We can apply pattern to decorate various types of craft projects. Our clay design projects will include pattern. Repeating an object or form is the basis of decorative pattern Pattern A slight variation is to alternate two or more forms in a systematic way Repeating either upside down, mirrored, or flipped is another system Grouping objects or clustering objects Placing patterns and/

SUNDANCER: cultivate wonder Nature, Literature, Movement, Crafts, Gardening, Culinary Expeditions, Exploring Cultures — Fun and funky multimedia workshops.

intro to the theme, and a preview of all activities. * read a high-interest, age-appropriate book which relates to the week’s theme. * explore creative movement, singing, and instrument exploration. * create /and original curriculum Workshops practice skills needed for Pre-K & K, while remaining creative & fun Participants create homegrown, folk art, etsy-like crafts Small instructor to student ratio (6:1 max) Children & parents delight in discovering together The ideas explored at Sundancer are designed/

Charles Rennie Mackintosh & Timorous Beasties TEXTILE DESIGN.

1890 until the First World War and characterized by intricate linear designs and flowing curves based on natural forms. Art Nouveau - a French school of art and architecture popular throughout Europe in the 1890s to World War 1 Art Nouveau designs are characterized by stylized natural forms and sinuous outlines of such objects as leaves and vines and flowers. Art Nouveau was a development of the Arts and Crafts movement, with two main strands: one of/

A Timeline of Designs ’ history … according to Jessica Perkins FINAL PROJECT JESSICA PERKINS APPD 1130-01.

Arts and Crafts movement. The diamond pattern on the back of the chair, the middle of the posterior being open, and the combination of leather and wood. This custom work is that of in the Arts and Crafts movement. I found this chair in a catalog; (Best Chairs) Arts and crafts movement/not… I do believe these chairs have a very contemporary style. And even a unified design, being that they are all connected. The geometric design I believe shows the collaboration between Hoffmann an Moser. The Weiner /


EXAM #3 “REVIEW” SLIDE RECOGNITION VICTORIAN ARTS AND CRAFTS EARLY 20TH CENTURY MID 20 TH CENTURY MODERN 1Designed in 1897 for Miss Cranstons Argyle Tearoom in Glasgow, who designed this chair? a Mackintosh b Stickley c Reitveld d Wright e Ruhlman 2Author of the "CRAFTSMAN" and proponent of the Arts & Crafts Movement in America, who designed this "Mission Style" reclining chair? a Wright b Morris c Stickley d Thonet/

Objective: To understand how and why products change over time. The evolution of a product: This falls into three main categories: Materials and manufacturing.

a moodboard to go into your folder. It should include design and art. The arts and Crafts Movement Art Nouveau Modernism Bauhaus Art Deco De Stijl Memphis group Objective: To understand how and why products change over time. The Brand In the 1990’s the designs themselves became less significant. The focus shifted to the designer themselves. This brought the need for designer products. Brand Image is now a major factor in the/

World War II and Restructuring the Post- War World Pre-AP Unit #14.

objectors, the physically disabled, and people with mental illness. In theory, the camps were designed not to kill prisoners, but/stepped out of their landing crafts into a rainstorm of bullets, shells, and death. Some crafts dumped their occupants too /. World War II had strengthened nationalist movements while weakening the economic and military positions of traditional European powers./allowed more access to Western styles of music, dress, and art. In his economic policies, Brezhnev continued to emphasize /

Design Movements 1850 - NOW How did we get from this…. …..to this?

How did we get from this…. …..to this? What is a design movement? Group of people dedicated to a common design aesthetic May have theoretical, political and social factors Designers’ reactions or responses to social trends Use common materials or production techniques or design motifs/details Not constrained to furniture – may include architecture & civic design, art, politics, etc… Arts & Crafts (1851–1914) Reaction to industrial revolution Against “soulless” machine-made/

Science: Body parts and senses Sc1/1.1 asking simple questions and recognising that they can be answered in different ways Sc1/1.2 observing closely, using.

range of art and design techniques in using colour, pattern, texture, line, shape, form and space Ar1/1.4 about the work of a range of artists, craft makers and designers, describing the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines, and making links / St. Helens P.E. Gymnastics PE1/1.1a master basic movements including running, jumping, throwing and catching, as well as developing balance, agility and co- ordination, and begin to apply these in a range of activities Music: Rhythm /

THEME Shell craft making can help develop students’ artistic and entrepreneurial skills.

Craft: KWARTA SA TIPAKA - A COASTAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROJECT CATEGORY4321Score Design/Composition Student applies design principles (such as unity, contrast, balance, movement, direction, emphasis, and center of interest) with great skill. Student applies design principles (such as unity, contrast, balance, movement, direction, emphasis, and/. Evaluates work as good or bad based on personal taste. Analysis of A Work of Art : RUBRIC FOR THE FINISHED PRODUCTS D. Making A Brochure : KWARTA SA TIPAKA - A/

Image shutterstock.com CHAPTER 15 Furniture Styles and Construction Housing and Interior Design by Carolyn S. Turner.

popular during this period Permission granted to reproduce for educational use only.© Goodheart-Willcox Co., Inc. Arts and Crafts The Arts and Crafts movement –began with John Ruskin and William Morris –protested the shoddy industrial production of goods in Victorian design –urged a return to creative, quality handwork by craftsman who used materials honestly and with less-elaborate detail –was shortened to “Craftsman” after a magazine published by Gustav Stickley/

Rethinking the Subject: Feminism and Creative Practice LECTURE THREE Feminism and Creative Practice After/Beyond the Womens Liberation Movement: Undutiful.

Practice After/Beyond the Womens Liberation Movement: Undutiful Daughters? Alexandra Kokoli a.m.kokoli@rgu.ac.uk Lecture Overview Addenda & clarifications –Crafts/quilting; Faith Ringgold The dangers of classifications (reification) The return to the woman artist The case of Tracey Emin Fine Art and/vs. the crafts: QUILTING As old as humankind Driven by necessity, thrift, and superstition ~ memory & commemoration: community and family histories Quilting bees: community/

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influence of the womens movement was represented by Lynda Benglis, Jackie Winsor, and Judy Chicago, who created the feminist art exhibition, The Dinner Party. Performance art challenged the traditional, stationary aspect of art. Andrew Wyeth began painting his Helga pictures. 1970’s | Arts & Architecture In architecture, the "modern movement" retreated and there was a gradual move toward architectural humanism and a renewed respect for traditional and historical design. Increasingly architects attempted/

Chapter 29 Fin de Siècle.

Mackintosh. The Scottish artists who practice the ideas of the Arts and Crafts movement: William Morris and Charles Rennie and Margaret Macdonald Mackintosh. Two adjectives that describe the designs of husband and wife: Precisely geometric Rhythmical Charles Rennie Mackintosh Ingram Street Tea Room Glasgow, Scotland 1900-1902 Art Nouveau The style that developed out of the ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement was given different names in different countries: in France, Belgium/

College Board research for the National Coalition for Core Arts Standards (NCCAS)

this to two components instead of three: Making Responding International Arts Education Standards CountryDanceMusicTheatreVisual ArtMedia ArtsOther Australia Austria Textile and technical design; graphics; fashion Canada China “fine artandart” mentioned separately Finland Ireland Japan handicrafts Netherlands New Zealand Scotland design, craft Singapore Sweden crafts United Kingdom United States Venezuela International Arts Education Standards Trend or Theme # Countries Which ones Generating 14/

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styles that had previously been popular. Artists drew inspiration from both organic and geometric forms, evolving elegant designs that united flowing, natural forms with more angular contours. The movement was committed to abolishing the traditional hierarchy of the arts, which viewed so-called liberal arts, such as painting and sculpture, as superior to craft-based decorative arts, and ultimately it had far more influence on the latter. The style/

Technology and Art: Hubris, Habitus and the Hybrid Imagination Andrew Jamison 2. Modern Times.

major influence on… Arts and crafts movements Architecture: Wright, Gehry Nordic design and furniture Art Nouveau and functionalism Tolkien and modern myth-makers The Third Wave ”the age of empire” (ca 1880-1930) Automobiles, airplanes, radio and television Technologies of modernization Art become industrialized (General Electric, RCA) Social and cultural movements: anticolonialism and fascism modernism and human ecology Art becomes big business: Walt Disney (1901-66) and a new cultural form and a new world/

The triumph of traditional politics with its corrupting effects upon the masses is occasioned by the failure of the middle and upper classes to govern.

consists of people in diverse occupations, professions, or fields of endeavor – in arts and crafts, in services, in enterprises. In addition to its revenues, its capital includes /dubious qualification,occupation, stature, or integrity are appointed. The practice of designating sitio and zone leaders automatically as Lupon members should not be tolerated. Lupon /a community’s political maturity.# V. GBM: A PEOPLE’S MOVEMENT The GISING BARANGAY MOVEMENT is an alliance of Filipinos who wish to do the little /

Hubris and Hybrids: A History of Technology and Science Andrew Jamison.

, Krupp) The rise of the corporation (Carnegie, Krupp) Social and cultural movements: Social and cultural movements: populism, communism and social-democracy populism, communism and social-democracy science fiction and arts and crafts science fiction and arts and crafts The Industrial Society Appropriating Nature The hybrid imagination: William Morris and arts and crafts ”nothing can be a work of art that is not useful” The Lesser Arts, 1878 The Lesser Arts, 1878 The hybrid imagination: Karl Marx (1818-1883/

Housing and Community for Aging Baby Boomers Research Report by: College of DAAP University of Cincinnati May 25, 2007 For: Steed Hammond Paul Center For.

Entrepreneurship Training - Corporate Transition Sabbaticals: service to civic entities - Health and Wellness: physical, mental, levels of care - Art and Craft Galleries: both fulfillment and commerce - Coffee Pot / Café: the “third place” for social gathering Center For Design Research & Innovation College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Incentives for Towns and Cities to Invest Freedman: investing in the physical and social infrastructure for Aging in Place, will allow communities to keep their/

Art Deco. WHAT IS ART DECO? Art Deco, also called style moderne, is a movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and.

a movement in the decorative arts and architecture that originated in the 1920s and developed into a major style in western Europe and the United States during the 1930s. Its name was derived from the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris in 1925, where the style was first exhibited. Art Deco design represented modernism turned into fashion. Its products included both individually crafted/

Renaissance and Reformation World History Chapter 16 Section 1 8/25/20151John3:16.

8/25/201544John3:16 Painting Leonardo da Vinci also made designs of mechanical inventions that were far ahead of his time Leonardo da Vinci also made designs of mechanical inventions that were far ahead of his time/art French kings fascinated by Renaissance art King Francis I brings da Vinci to France King Francis I brings da Vinci to France Kings and queens support the Renaissance movement and humanism and its ideas spread rapidly in Europe Kings and queens support the Renaissance movement and humanism and/

Design Movements A Brief History of Design. Arts & Crafts Movement 1851 - 1914 aimed to promote a return to hand-craftsmanship and to assert the creative.

Design Movements A Brief History of Design Arts & Crafts Movement 1851 - 1914 aimed to promote a return to hand-craftsmanship and to assert the creative independence of individual craftspeople. It was a reaction against the industrialised society that had boomed in Britain in the Victorian period, and aimed for social as well as artistic reform. Charles Rennie Mackintosh - Ladies Luncheon Room Aesthetic Movement 1870 - 1900 is a loosely defined movement in/

Objectives Grasp the speed of change in art in our own time. Grasp the speed of change in art in our own time. Recognize the emergence of New York as.

, Flying Pins, 2000. POP ART OP Art Optical Art Optical Art Geometric Abstraction Geometric Abstraction Illusions Illusions Bridget Riley, Movement in Squares, 1961. OP ART Op Art is derived from the constructivist practices of the Bauhaus. This German school, founded by Walter Gropius, stressed the relationship of form and function within a framework of analysis and rationality. Students were taught to focus on the overall design, or entire composition, in/

European and American Art: 1920-1945. Europe Neue Sachlichkeit Because WWI was fought on European land, it affected European artists more deeply than.

An early precursor of Surrealism was Giorgio de Chirico, whose ambiguous paintings of cityscapes are examples of a movement called Pittura Metafisica (Metaphysical Painting). Although he studied in Munich, de Chirico was an Italian painter, who/School of Arts and Crafts in Germany was founded in 1906. In 1919, Walter Gropius became the director, and renamed the school Das Staatlich3 Bauhaus (State School of Building). Gropius’s goal was to train artists, architects, and designers to accept and anticipate 20/

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