ARTH 420, Contemporary Posters week 6
ARTH 420, Contemporary Posters week 6 20663
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2/23 Glasgow: Willow Tea Rooms: doors 1903-4 Example of vertical Art Noveau assoc with Austria The Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, Frances McDonald Josef Hoffman: Palais Stoclet, Dining Room (Frieze by Klint), c. 1905-11 - Tree life mosaic mural on both sides - Furniture relates to the vehicle Wiener Werkstatte Exhibition poster & logo Josef Hoffman, ca. 1905 - Square form in poster - W is well known. Berthold Loeffler: Kunstschau Wien, 1908, & the International Art Show 1909. - Confusing - Straightforward - Some flatness to the figure - Flat succession style - Did the ROSTA window get influence from them? (ROSTA windows weren’t made for atleast 20 years later) - Exhibition of posters for art Laffler: Poster for Fledermaus Cabaret 1907-08 - Flatness - Access to primitive sources or theatre masks - Mask eyebrows becomes nose - Ahead of his time - Reminder of art nouveau Josef Maria Olbrich: Secession Gallery & exhibition poster 1898 - Separation of image and text - Made poster of buildings he did - Modern for his time o Had movable interior walls o Verticality Olbrich: Ein Dokum ent deutscher Kunst, Darmstadt, exhibition poster 1901 - Checkered pattern bring building forward - No recession into space - Horizontal - D keeps you from going back into space - Text & Image do not intergrate - More color Herman Obrist: “Cyclamen” wall hanging ca. 1895 - This style dies out 10 yrs later. Thomas Heine: Simplicissimus 1897 - Assoc. with jugendstil - Panic, crazed look - Chain broken - Black background - Simplistic - Text & image separated - Resemblance to Beggarstaff? - Primitivism? Henry van de Velde: Tropon, L’Aliment Le Plus Concrete 1899 - Perfect example of art nouveau - Words become part of the poster - Turned down by company for being too abstract AEG Lamp by Peter Behrens, 1910 - Werkbund - AEG made electric utilities - Showing rays of light - Gave company of complete idea From the Succession to Expressionism Kunstschau [Art Exhibition, 1908] Oskar Kokoschka, 1908 - Cotton picker? - He has signed it - Subject is very linear - Text is isolated - Vine connecting top & bottom - No interest in depth - Primitive quality - Color used is very pure - Block letters Akademischerverband Oskar Kokoschka, 1912 - Large crude lettering - Outline Oskar Kokoschka: Pieta, poster for the play, “Murder, the Hope of Women” 1909, lithograph, 48 5/16 x 30 15/16 in. - Streaky color - Religious reference - Unfinished look Schiele: Shaw odec die Ironie 1910 - Self portrait - Advertisement for an event - Vertical - Text is isolated - Did not portray the human body as healthy but feeble & sickly Poster for the 49 thSecession Exhibition by the Nekunstgruppe (New Art Group) - Last Supper Reference Galerie Arnot 1915 - Religious ref. Athlete Pechstein, Max 1909 lithograph, 18 ¾ x 16 ¾ Pechstein, An die laterne, 1919 - It’s hard to understand - Deconstruction of the human figure Lucian Bernhard: Priester Matches 1905 - Sachplakat o Object poster - Name of company, the product they are selling, and nothing else. Hermann Scherrer: Breechesmaker, Sporting Tailor Grathwohl Cigaretten Hohlwein, 1921 Deutches Theater Restaurant Hohlwein, 1907 - 1 red dot is cigarette lit - Separation of text & image - Silhouette Lucian Bernhard: This way to Peace, 1917-9 & Bosche Licht c. 1920 - Sachplakat Worker Starvation is Approaching, Strike Destroys, Work nourishes Rudi Feld: the danger of Bolshevism, 1919 - Red > symbol of Bolshevism and Russia - Anti> Bolsheviks Cachez: The Homeland is in Danger! 1918 or 19 colored litho - Separation of text Hitler 2/25/16 Some Comparisons Paul Dienst: U-Boat Donation - Germany - Abstraction - Not naturalistic - Not a lot of color - Decorative - Text is primary image - Medieval or Religious Text - Regression Joseph Coll: Tidal Wave - Boats are recognizable - Horses with riders are part of the tidal wave - Colorful and naturalistic rendering Eighth War Loan by Bernhard, 1918 > sachplakat poster See The World and Get Paid for Doing It by Leete, 1919 - patriotical poster (pointing hand) - Naturalistic poster and colorful Boys and Girls! You can help your Uncle Sam win the war, Flagg, 1917 - Try to get people to contribute money - Targets various age groups - Loyalty - Naturalistic rendering - Colorful Maneater 1941-42 (British unknown) - Use of horror to get pt. across - WWII - Don’t need the text to get the message Beat the German Beast! The Destruction of Hitler’s Army is Possible & Necessary by Shukov, N., and Viktor Semenovich Klimashin 1943 - Russian - WWII - Don’t really need the text to comprehend - Symbols - Colorful poster Dangers of Bolshevism by Feld, 1919 - Graveyard in back - Colorful German poster Representation of a country wounded, threated (United States uses the heroic and wounded to grab audience’s attention) Join the Army Air Service. Be an American Eagle! By Charles Livingston Bull, 1917-8 - Bald eagle used as a symbol for the US - Black eagle> Germany - Animals represent countries Destroy This Mad Brute: Enlist by HR Hoops, 1914-8 - Ape with woman in distress - Animal is the enemy - Women as symbols and objects - Colorful palette - Overlapping text - Bat says “Kulture” Eighth war loan by Klinger, 1918 - German - Snake symbol Neider mit dem Bolshewisms ( Down with Bolshevism) by Kokoschka, 1919 - German - Snake symbol Keep Him Free by Charles L. Bull c. 1918 - Contribute money - Use of eagle> American values - American These men have come across: they are at the front now: join them: enlist in the navy by JC Leyendecker, 1914-18 - Men are masculine - Portray of a healthy man - American
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