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Who created villa at the seaside?

Who created villa at the seaside?

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School: Georgia State University
Department: Art & Design
Course: Survey of Art II
Professor: Susan richmond
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: ArtHistory
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Title: Saint-Lazare Train Station Artist: Monet


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Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Train station in Paris

When & where: Paris, Europe, 19th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Impressionism – Late  19th century art movement that  

sought to capture a fleeting moment,  


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thereby conveying the elusiveness  

and impermanence of images and  

conditions; paint application  

contributes to energy of urban scene

Title: Moulin de la Galette

Artist: Renoir (leading Impressionist)

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Parisians at a dance

club

When & where: Paris, Europe, 19th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Impressionism;  


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sunlight and shade create the effect  

of floating; causal poses,  

asymmetrical placement of figures, &  

continuity of space position viewer as  

participant instead of outsider

Title: Villa at the Seaside

Artist: Morisot

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: A woman & child

When & where: London, Europe, 19th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Impressionism;  focused on domestic scenes because  she was a woman; rejected contour  lines in favor of patches of color that  define the shapes of figures; sketchy  brushstrokes unify figure and ground;  captures freshness of brightly lit  summer day

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Artist: Degas

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Ballerinas

When & where: Glasgow, Europe,  19th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Impressionism;  recorded unstable postures of  ballerinas; painting is antithesis of a  classically balanced composition;  implied position of viewer is in a  balcony looking down; Japanese  woodblock prints were inspiration for  painting

Title: Burghers of Calais

Artist: Rodin

Patron: City of Calais in France

Subject Matter: Men that lost their  lives in the Hundred Years War

When & where: France, Europe, 19th century

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Style & terms: City was  

disappointed because the statue  emphasized human suffering instead  of heroism

Title: A Sunday on La Grande Jatte

Artist: Seurat (devised pointillism) Patron: N/A Don't forget about the age old question of pamela shapiro
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Subject Matter: Parisians of various  classes on island in the Seine River

When & where: France, Europe, 19th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Post-Impressionism –  Style that more systematically  examined the properties and  expressive qualities of line, pattern,  form, & color than Impressionists did;  uses pointillism – System of painting  that separates color into its  

component parts and then applies the component color to the canvas in tiny  dots

Title: Night Café

Artist: van Gogh

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: A bar

When & where: Europe, 19th century Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Post-Impressionism;  room is seen from above & floor takes up large portion of canvas; used vivid  

hues (red & green) to express  madness and intensity

Title: Vision after the Sermon

Artist: Gauguin

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Women visualizing  

a sermon they just heard

When & where: Scotland, Europe,  

19th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Post-Impressionism;  

Gauguin twisted perspective to  

emphasize the innocent faith of the  

women; used tree limb to divide  

spiritual and earthly realm; use of  

color is flat, often dissolves into  

abstract patterns Title: The Scream Artist: Munch

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: A man standing on  

a bridge

When & where: Oslo, Europe, 19th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Symbolism – Late  

19th century movement based on the  

idea that the artist was not an  

imitator of nature but a creator who  

transformed the facts of nature into a  

symbol of the inner experience of that

fact; man is simplified almost to a  

skeletal form; landscape’s curvilinear  

lines echo the shape of the man’s  

head & mouth; red & yellow give the  

sky an eerie glowTitle: Demoiselles D´Avignon  (Women of Avignon)

Artist: Picasso

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Woman in a brothel

When & where: Europe, 20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Proto-Cubism  (precursor to Cubism – Early 20th century art movement that rejected  naturalistic depictions, preferring  compositions of shapes/forms  abstracted from conventionally  perceived world); faces were inspired  by “primitive” African art; Picasso  broke the figures into ambiguous  planes so it seems as though the  viewer were seeing them from more  than one place in space at once

Title: Woman with the Hat Artist: Matisse

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Matisse’s wife  Amélie

When & where: Europe, 20th century Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Fauvism – Early 20th century art movement led by Matisse  in which color was the formal element most responsible for pictorial  coherence & the primary conveyor of  meaning; entire image consists of  patches & splotches of color  juxtaposition

Title: Street, Dresden

Artist: Kirchner

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Bustling German  city before WWI

When & where: Germany, Europe,  20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: German  

Expressionism – Early 20th century  regional Expressionist movement; the  composition & color convey the  disquieting & alienating character of  the city; the women are large and  ghoulish; the perspective pushes the  women into the viewer’s space,  making them appear confrontational

Title: Improvisation 28

Artist: Kandinsky

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Innermost feelings  

expressed w/ colors

When & where: Germany, Europe,  

20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: German  

Expressionism; elimination of  

recognizable forms grew from his  

interest in theosophy  

(religious/philosophical belief system  

that incorporated a wide range of  

tenets from, among other sources,  

Buddhism & mysticism

Title: The Portuguese

Artist: Braque

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Portuguese  musician

When & where: Europe, 20th century Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Analytic Cubism – 1st phase of Cubism, developed jointly by Picasso & Braque, in which artists  analyzed form from every possible  vantage point to combine various  views into one pictorial whole; used  solely brown tones to focus on form;  forms of man/guitar are constructed  from large planes

Title: Armored Train

Artist: Severini

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Train w/ a cannon When & where: Europe, 20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Futurism – Early 20th century Italian art movement that  championed war as a cleansing agent  & that celebrated the speed &  dynamism of modern technology;  painting is light & bright; death &  destruction, consequences of war, are absent from the painting

Title: Fountain

Artist: Duchamp

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Urinal turned into a  fountain

When & where: NY, America, 20th 

century

Technique: Store bought urinal

Style & terms: Dada – Early 20th 

century art movement, prompted by  

revulsion against the horror of WWI,  

that embraced political anarchy, the  

irrational, & the intuitive (often  

enlivened by humor/whimsy); signed  

with a witty pseudonym derived from  

plumbing company & comic

Title: Cut with Kitchen Knife

Artist: Höch

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Story that the name

“Dada” resulted from

When & where: Germany, Europe,  

20th century

Technique: Photomontage

Style & terms: Dada; eclectic  

mixture of cutout photos placed  

seemingly haphazardly, but really  

placed carefully; juxtaposition of  

military leaders’ heads & exotic  

dancers’ bodies; Höch added her  

photograph to collage, juxtaposed w/  

map of Europe showing countries that

granted women the right to vote

Title: Suprematist Composition:  

Airplane Flying

Artist: Malevich

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Squares & lines

When & where: Russia, western  Europe, 20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Suprematism – Type  of art formulated by Malevich to  convey his belief that the supreme  reality in this world is pure feeling,  which attaches to no object & thus  calls for new, nonobjective forms in  art – shapes not relate to objects in  the visible world; placed brightly  colored shapes in dynamic  

relationship to one another (shapes  also float against & w/in a white  space)

Title: Noah’s Ark

Artist: Douglas

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: The story of Noah’s  Ark

When & where: America, 20th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: American Cubist –  

used style to represent symbolically  

the historical & cultural memories of  

African Americans; based on James  

Weldon Johnson: God’s Trombones:  

Seven Negro Sermons in Verse; flat  

planes evoke mystical space;  

unmodulated color shapes create a  

pattern that cancels any dimension

Title: Two Children are Threatened by

a Nightingale

Artist: Ernst

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: 2 children & a  

landscape

When & where: Europe, 20th century Technique: Collage

Style & terms: Surrealism – A  successor to Dada, the movement  incorporated the improvisational  nature of its predecessor into its  exploration of the ways to express in  art the world of dreams and the  unconscious; landscape painted  following rules of linear/atmospheric  perspective; children look as though  they belong in a dream world; 3-D  mini gate, button knob, & strange  closed building violate the bulky  frame’s space

Title: The Persistence of Memory Artist: Dali

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Empty space where  time has ended

When & where: Europe, 20th century Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Surrealism; sense of  depth creates realism; Dali skews  realism by painting things that  wouldn’t happen (i.e. melting clock –  which symbolizes time passing; the  watches are succumbing to death);  painting ties back to memory of Dali  (swirling ants, which is seen on gold  clockwatch)

Title: Falling Water

Artist: Wright

Patron: Designed for Edgar  Kaufmann Sr.

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Organic Architecture;

house is suspended over water, so the

sound is a part of the house; glass  

makes you feel a part of nature;  

natural colors of materials used (only  

red pained beams add color); Wright  

was a good architect but not engineer

(engineers had to make changes to  

design to keep it from crumbling) Title: Number 1 (Lavender Mist) Artist: Pollock

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th 

century

Technique: Oil, enamel, aluminum  

painting

Style & terms: Abstract  

Expressionism – 1st major American  

avant-garde movement that  

expressed state of mind and hope to  

strike emotional chords in viewers &  

developed along 2 lines: gestural  

abstraction & chromatic abstraction;  

mural-sized painting consists of  

rhythmic drips, splatters, & drips of  

paint; Pollock immersed himself in the

painting – his technique highlights the

most significant aspect of gestural  

abstraction – the creative processTitle: No. 14 Artist: Rothko

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Abstract  

Expressionism; used color to convey  meaning; Rothko confined himself to  using two/three rectangles of pure  color w/ hazy edges in his  

compositions; the forms seem to float  on the canvas

Title: The Bay

Artist: Frankenthaler

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Acrylic painting

Style & terms: Post-painterly  

Abstraction – American art movement

that emerged in the 1960s & was  

characterized by cool, detached  

rationality emphasizing tighter  

pictorial control; Frankenthaler uses  

color-field painting, which is pouring  

diluted paint onto a plain canvas and  

allowing the pigments to soak in

Title: Canyon

Artist: Rauschenberg

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th 

century

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Neo-Dada; he called  

his multimedia works combines;  

Rauschenberg based the combine on  

a Rembrandt painting of Jupiter in the  

form of an eagle carrying the boy  

Ganymede heavenward – photo in  

combine is a reference to the Greek  

boy & the hanging bag is a visual pun  

on his buttocks

Title: Green Coca-Cola Bottles

Artist: Warhol

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Coca-Cola bottles

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Pop Art – Art that  incorporated elements from consumer culture, the mass media, & popular  culture, such as images from motion  pictures & advertising; used silk screen technique to print image  endlessly, although he varied each  bottle; the repetition & redundancy of  the bottle reflect the saturation of  product in American society

Title: Big Self-Portrait Artist: Close

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Himself

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Acrylic painting

Style & terms: Photo Realism – Also  referred to as Superrealism, photo  realism is a painting & sculpture  movement of the 1960s & 70s that  emphasized producing artworks  based on scrupulous fidelity to optical fact; main goal was to transfer  photographic info into painted info;  deliberately avoided creative  compositions, flattering light effects,  & revealing facial expressions

Title: Dinner Party

Artist: Chicago

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Dinner table for  women

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Feminist Art; used  

craft techniques like china painting &  

needlework to celebrate the  

achievements and contributions that  

women made throughout history;  

originally had table settings for 13  

guests but tripled it to 39 because she

uncovered so many worthy women in  

her research; triangular form of table  

refers to ancient symbol for both  

woman & Mother Goddess; notion of  

dinner party also alludes to women’s  

traditional role as homemakers

Title: Untitled Film Still #35

Artist: Sherman

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Sherman, in  costume & wig

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Photography

Style & terms: Feminist Art;  Sherman appears in her images in  costume & wig; most of her images  recall popular film genres but are  generic so viewers cannot relate them to specific movies

Title: Guggenheim Museum Artist: Wright

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th century

Style & terms: Organic Architecture;

last building designed by Wright;  

structure inspired by spirals of a  

snail’s shell; skylight strip in  

museum’s outer wall illuminates  

interior ramp; thick walls & solid  

organic shape give the building the  

sense of turning on itself

Title: Napoleon Leading the Army  

Over the Alps

Artist: Wiley

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Napoleon

When & where: America, 21st 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Based on Jacques

Louis David’s painting of same  

subject; Wiley presented an African  

American Napoleon on horseback in a  

gilt wood frame to evoke the era of  

the original; narrative unfolds against  

vibrantly colored ornate wallpaper  

instead of a sky

Title: Who’s Afraid of Aunt Jemima

Artist: Ringgold

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Story of  

stereotypical black “mammy” told by  

Aunt Jemima

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Quilt collage

Style & terms: Composed of dyed,  painted, & pieced fabric; Jemima is  depicted as a successful African  American businesswoman; Ringgold  narrates story using black dialect,  embroidered portraits, & traditional  pattern squares; narrative also speaks to larger issues of history of African  American culture & struggles of  women to overcome oppression

Title: Allegiance and Wakefulness Artist: Neshat

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Neshat’s feet &  

Farsi poetry

When & where: America, 20th 

century

Technique: Photography

Style & terms: Focus is Neshat’s  

feet covered with verses of militant  

Farsi poetry (remind the viewer of  

long tradition of calligraphy in Persian  

art) & the barrel of a rifle (emblem of  

militant feminism), which she points  

towards the viewer  

Title: Branded

Artist: Saville

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Nude portrait

When & where: London, Europe, 20th 

century

Technique: Oil painting

Style & terms: Commentary on the  

obsession w/ bodies of fashion  

models; brands portrait with words  

like “delicate,” “decorative,” &  

“petite.”

Title: Pink Panther

Artist: Koons

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: Pink Panther & pin

up model

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Porcelain sculpture

Style & terms: Intertwined pin-up  model & Pink Panther character; his  pieces were intended to draw  attention to everything that he  believed was wrong with  

contemporary American society

Title: Bleeding Takari II Artist: Anatsui

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 21st century

Technique: Bottle tops, wire

Style & terms: The colors Anatsui  uses resemble Asante kente cloth; his  works can be rolled & folded like  fabric; assembled from almost entirely recycled materials

Title: Vietnam Veterans Memorial Artist: Lin

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: America, 20th century

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Simple geometric  form; V-shaped inscribed wall  

constructed of polished black granite  panels

Title: Guggenheim Bilbao Museum

Artist: Gehry

Patron: N/A

Subject Matter: N/A

When & where: Spain, Europe, 20th century

Technique: Mixed materials

Style & terms: Deconstructivism –  Late 20th century architectural style  

that attempted to disorient the  observer by disrupting the  

conventional categories of  

architecture – haphazard presentation of volumes, masses, planes, lighting,  & so forth challenges the viewer’s  assumptions about form as it relates  to function

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