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Art Appreciation August 1618 2011 Defining Art The arts vs he visual arts Criteria 1 Subject matter 2 Medium media 3 Formal qualities 4 Composition Mediummedia the materials used to make a Work of art Mixed media refers to a Work of art that employs more than one medium The purposes and functions of art Personal expression Social causes Visual delight oooooo o x u E 1 m 1 a E a Pi Art for communicating information Ex Tree ofJesse in the Chartres Cathedral Christ is the largest gure his placement at the top suggests his hierarchy a diagramgraph to convey info to people during an illiterate time Ex The North View Lauren Greenfield 20099 View of Dubai Looks like a vacant city unpopulated someone stopped building it in the middle haunted construction Duringthe middle o a economic crisisiexplains the abandonment The Sick Palm Lauren Greenfield 2009 Dyingsick palm tree Vacant house behind Art for Day to Day Living EX Dish East Iran 10th centu a1t used for a purposed in daily living has a certain function has style though Arabic script surrounding the outside edge non representational because shapes are abstract Art for Worship and Ritual EX Stonehen eWiltshire En land C 2000 BCE EX St Anslm39s Altar Stephen Cox 2006 Art for Personal Expression conveying an emotion or personal identity EX Selfportrait 1658 Rembrandt Van Run He was thinking about his role as an artist Composed in a visually specific way light is focused on his face and right hand maybe his painting hand Tenevrism light refers to a heightened version of dark vs light shadow EX Selfportrait as a smoker 1913 Otto Dix Art for Social Causes EX The Disasters ofWar No18Bury Them and Say nothing1818 Francisco Goya portrays the uglier side of war after Napoleon39s troops invade Spain effectrevolt by Spainards and they fail Art Appreciation Final Exam Study Guide Woman of WI endorf 200020000 BCE Premshmmnaunnenmn Pyramids of Giza Egypt 1500 ZSSU BCE Prehw39smn39 and AncTEHtArL Doryphoros POLVKLE TOS Roman copy after bronze origina 2450 BCE Graak h Ramw m rm We m LEMLH y E 4m muuyr39E Laocoon Group Roman copvl Fraak i Roman Arl from me am zentury Bimm cam m E The Pantheon 126 CE Greek 8 Roman An from the am centuw BE4h cenluw C Head of Constantine 313 C E Greeks Roman Arl from We 5m Century BCEAIH century E Empress Theodora and her Retinue San Vitale Ravenna Italy 527548 Byzanlme and Medxeva Art Purse Cover from the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial Ongm Suffo kEngznd Date Befure ss vantmam Miami I Chartres Cathedral 11944260 Evrantine and Medieval An Lamentation GIOTTO DI BONDONE Arena Chape CappeHa Scrovegni Padua tay ca 1305 The Renalssance In the 14th amp 15th Cel mm es Birth of Venus SAN DRO BOTHCELLI ca 148471486 The Renaresance In U7 14fh amp15th mu Ies David DONATELLO late 1440 1460 The Renewssance m the 14m amp 15m cenlu es David M CHELANGELO auoNARRon mam deHa Swgnur z F urence new 150171504 The m Renaxs ncz m the 15m emuw Philosophy School of Athens RAVHAEL SKanzadeHa Segnamravaman Va aze Rama an 150971511 m wan mamm m m 15m mm Hunters in the Snow Winter PIETER BRUEGEL the ELDER Seasons ofthe Year Cycle whole View 1565 The High Renaissance in the 16th century The Conversion of Paul CARAVAGGIO 1600 The Baroque m the 17m Erler David G ANLORENZO BERNW 1623 The Basque n ma 17m amurv Great Stupa sancwmg 1 a cmscg mmanAn The Approach of Krishna c 16601670 n d ia n A t Travelers among Mountains and Streams FAN KUAN Early 11h century China Mapan Main Shrine Ise Japan c Rebuilt every twenty years Mm amp Japan Reflected Beauty Seven Beauties Applying Make up Okita magawa Ulamaro c 1790 Chmm apzn Great Mosque Kairouan Tunisia view ofnorlh fagEde begun 836 Art m the igiamiz Wm iii Jahangir Preferring a Sufi Shaykh to Kings BIC H ITR m 16151618 Artahhe Marni Warm Tai Mahal Agra Ma 15324547 my arms mm Warm Oath of the Horatii JACQU ESLOUIS DAVID 1784 Neoclassicism Romanticism amp Realism In the 18th 8 19th centuries Death of Sardanapalus EUGENE DELACROwX 1227 Neadismmv Ramantmsm 2am m m 5 mm m m remune The Stone Breakers G USTAVE COU RBET 1849 Neoclassicism Romanticism 8 Realism in the 18th amp 19th centuries Le D jeuner sur I Herbe Luncheon on the Grass MAN ET 1863 Neoilassicism Romanticism amp Realism in he 18H amp 19m centuries Impression Sunrise CLAUDE MONET 1874 Impressionism PoslrlmplessionismS Fauvism in the 13th amp 20 centuries Mont SainteVictoire from Les Lauves PAU L C EZAN N E 190274 mpre unfsnhpus mpr Fawrsm m the 19m a 2m Harmony in Red The Red Room HENRI MATISSE 190871909 Impressionism PostImpressionismamp Fauvism m the 19th amp 20th cenumes Les Demaiselles D Avigmm PABLO P CASSO 1907 Cubism amp Futurism in the 20th century The Portuguese GEORGES BRAQUE 1911 Cubism 84 Futurism in the 20th century Unique Forms of Continuity in Space UMBERTO BOCCIONI 1913 Cubism amp Fumrism in We 20th century Airplane Flying KAZIMIR MALEVICH O I ngh Absiradmn E Dada In U18 10H Bunny Composition No2 PIET MONDRIAN 1922 mgn Wramn 9 mm mm mm Fountain MARCEL DUCHAMP 1917 High Abstraction 8 Dada in the 20th century The Persistence of Memory SALVADOR DALI 1931 Surrealism Painting JOAN MIRO 1933 Sm reah sm No 1 1950 Lavender Mist JACKSON POLLOCK 1950 Abstract Expressionism No16 MARK ROTHKO mum pr es umsm Marilyn Diptych AN DY WARHOL 1962 Pop Identity Art Feminism amp NeePep Untitled Film Still 48 CINDV SHERMAN 1979 Pop Identitv An Feminisn amp NeorPnp Art Appreciation Final Exam Study Guide Woman of Willendorf 25ooo 2oooo BCE Prehistoric and Ancient Art Pyramids of Giza Egypt 2500 2650 BCE Prehistoric and Ancient Art Doryphoros POLVKLE TOS Roman copy after bronze origina 2450 BCE Graak h Raw 1 m hem We m Lemmy E9 4m muuyr39E Laocoon Group Roman copy lstc CE Greek amp Roman Art from the 6th century BCE 4 ih century CE The Pantheon 126 CE Head of Constantine 313 cg em a warm Animmme m EMUN mum centurvLE Empress Theodora and her Retinue San Vitale Ravenna Italy 527548 Byzanlme and Medxeva Art Purse Cover from the Sutton Hoo Ship Burial Ongm Su u kEngznd Date More 555 mmum and mm x Chartres Cathedral 11944260 Evrantine and Medieval An Lamentation GIOTTO DI BONDONE Arena Chape CappeHa Scrovegni Padua Ita y ca 1305 The Renalssance In the 14th amp 15th c nulries Birth of Venus SANDRO BOTHCELLI ca 148471485 The Renmssant m we mm amp 15m Entunes David DONATELLO late 1440 1460 The Renaissance in the 14th amp 15th centuries David MICHELANGELO BUONARROTI Piazza della Signoria Florence Italy 1501 1504 The High Renaissance in the 16th century Philosophy School of Athens RAVHAEL 5mm deHa Segnamravanzan Va aze Rama an 150971511 m Hen mamm m m 15m mm Hunters in the Snow Winter PIETER BRUEGEL the ELDER Seasons ofthe Year Cycle whole View 1565 The High Renaissance in the 16th century The Conversion of Paul CARAVAGGIO 1600 The Baroque mthe 17m century David G ANLORENZO BERMM 1623 The Basque n ma m1 Lener Great Stupa sancwmg macmsc E mmanAn The Approach of Krishna c 16601670 n d i a n A t Travelers among Mountains and Streams FAN KUAN Early 11 quotcenturv hma Mapan Main Shrine Lhma um Reflected Beauty Seven Beauties Applying Make up Okita magawa Ulamaro c 1790 5mm apen Great Mosque Kairouan Tunis39a view ofnorlh fagEde begun 836 Art m the Mamfr Wand Jahangir Preferring a Sufi Shaykh to Kings BIC H ITR m 16151618 Anni the swamrr Warm Taj Mahal Agra India 1632 1647 Art of the Islamic World Oath of the Horatii JACQUESLOUIS DAVID 1784 Neoclassicism Romanticism amp Realism in the 18th 8 19th centuries Death ofSardanapalus EUGENE DELACROwX 1227 Neadismmv wamamm ELPeaxsmm the Mm m m remune The Stone Breakers G USTAVE COURBET 1849 Neoclassicism Romanticism 8 Realism in the 18th amp 19th centuries Le D jeuner sur I Herbe Luncheon on the Grass MAN ET 1863 Neoilassicism Romanticism amp Realism in 119 18H amp 19m centuries Impressian Sunrise CLAUDE MONU 1874 mpr smmsm pusmmprmmsme Fauwsm mm ah amp zumcenmnes Mant SaintsVictaire from Les Lauves PAUL CEZANNE mprEssmmsm mum essmmsm PawKm w my mm amp 20m EnluHEs Harmony in Red The Red Room HENRI MATISSE 190871909 Impressionism PostImpressionismamp Fauvism in the 19th amp 20th cermmes Les Demaiselles D39Avignan PABLO P CASSO 1907 Cubism amp Futurism in the 20th century The Portuguese GEORGES BRAQUE 1911 Cubism 84 Futurism in the 20th century Unique Farms 17 antinuin in Space mama aocuom 1313 mm amp Futur sm mm mm ener Airplane Flying KAZIMIR MALEVICH 1915 Hugh Absiradmn 5f Dada m H18 10H Bunny Composition No 2 PIET MONDRIAN 1922 mgn w mm g mm m hi mmw Fountain MARCEL DUCHAMP 1917 High Abstraction 8 Dacla in the 20th century The Persistence of Memory SALVADOR DALI 1931 Surrealism Painting JOAN MIRO 1933 Sm reah sm No 1 1950 Lavender Mist JACKSON POLLOCK 1950 Abstract Expressionism No16 MARK ROTHKO mum pr es umsm Marilyn Diptych AN DY WARHOL 1962 Pop Identity Art Feminism amp NeePep Untitled Film Still 48 CINDV SHERMAN 1979 Pop Identitv An Feminisn amp NeorPnp ArtAppreciation August 2325 2011 Art and Creativity Perception awareness through the senses in a differentwayquot Dr Edward De Bono Ih abilit L i L quot respondquot 2 types ofcreativity 1 To make something new 2 An attitude Trained and Untrained Artists Trained artists whom receive education andor training possesses a knowledge of the history ofart Ex Leonardo DaVinci Ra hael Untrained receive no formal training Two distinctions Folk artists lack formal art education but aware of tradition of art andor cra Outsider or Naive artists lack offormal Ex Howard Finster an eccentric artist who claims to experience visions portayed in his art Appro prialio n vs Stylistic In uence Appropriation i rrowing or uoting fro 39 39 39 a d i work ofart to create a new work of art Ex IeFfWall39s Picture for Womenquot 1979 ANDEdouardManet s A Bar at the Folie Bergerequot 1881 39 quot 39 Aramerai ain taking her space in the center 39 39 39 39 i in ant positionvulnerability Time period of feminism 7 n rMeantt et swoman rManet 15 m the picture thhm the mirror sual Cummunitatim 5 Implied 1me c actual straight hues and imphed Curved 1me D 1me created by an edge a bee can rcreate dmectmn rdelmeate form edges autlmes and contour Vindicate texture a ravxde ener rbe deceratwe rshow abstract Ideas Canal and Towpath Rembrandt Contour line outline that delineates the edge ofa shape describing form and providing decoration A Keith Haring Untitled 1984 Kandinsky Composition IV 1911 Line impliedin e me nt 7 Andrew Wyeth Ch ristina39s World 1948 Shape occurs when a line intersects itselfand encloses an area lexander Calder Chival Rouge 1974 O rganic shape vs Geometric shape ean Arp Woman 1953 David Smith Cube XII1963
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