Week Five Notes
Week Five Notes ART_GNRL 1020
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ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 21 September 2015 Chapter 5 Space 393 The Basket of Apples 1895 Paul Cezanne 0 Father of modern art 0 Distorted space 393 Space 0 Shape2D height amp width I Lemons May 16 1984 Donald Sultan 1984 I Lemons created by outline by yellow background by tar plaster 0 Figure ground relationship I Rubin Vase I Vase or the two profiles I Symmetry Drawing 89 M C Escher 1953 O Mass3D form volume heightwidthdepth I Self Martin Puryear 1978 I Two Figures Barbara Hepworth 2 standing vertical masses 0 Negativepositive space I Sculptural figures occupy space as do humans 0 Empty space acquire a sense of space amp volume amp form I Ceremonial spoon Liberia 0 Power of imagination to transform an everyday object into a symbol of community 0 Linear perspective technique that makes use of line to create illusion of depth on a 2D surface I One point using a single vanishing point I Annunciation 0f the Death of the Virgin Duccio Maesta Altarpiece 13081311 0 The Last Supper Leonardo da Vinci 14951498 I Vanishing point point at which converging lines meet I Frontaldiagonal recession I Two point uses two vanishing points 0 Place de l Europe on a Rainy Day Gustave Caillebotte 18761877 0 The Wedding Dance Pieter Brughel the Elder 1566 I The Kermis Peter Paul Rubens 1635 I Atmospheric perspective gives illusion of air amp space amp depth 0 Foreshortening artistic adjustment of dimensions in order to make up for distortion ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge I Draftsman Drawing a Reclining Nude Albrecht Durer 1527 I The Dead Christ Mantegna 1501 0 Modern I Abstraction Porch Shadows Paul Strand 1916 I Unmanipulated photograph 0 Patterns of light amp dark and the design features crated by the shape of the shadows not the porch itself I Harmony in Red The Red Room Henri Matisse 19081909 0 Eliminates sense of spatial relationships I Shapes are repeated as patterns I Mme Cezanne in a Red Armchair Paul Cezanne 1877 0 Disinterest in accurately portraying spatial relationships 0 Pattern amp colors 393 Figure ground relationship our perceptual experience depends on recognition of spatial relationships between object and surrounding space 0 Figure in the foreground positive shape 0 Ground in the background negative shape 393 Spatial concepts empty space empty space is filled with a glow of color 0 Suney Olafur Eliasson 1995 I An emptied space bathed in life and color 393 Depth technique to show deep space on 2D surface 0 Scale illusion of foreground and background I Jenny Saville 0 How image is so important to the female 0 How females depict themselves and tear themselves apart 0 Overlap illusion of one object in front of another I Deposition Rogier Van der Wyden 1435 O Perspective illusion of placement in space I School of Athens Raphael 0 Italian painter 0 Colors are muted I Celebrates Greek ideas 393 Concept of space in postmodern art 0 The Legible City Jeffrey Shaw 19891991 ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge 23 September 2015 Chapter 6 Light and Color Light 393 The Dan Flavin Art Institute NY 0 Light creates shadow amp thus defines figures amp mass 0 Light in uences space amp spatial relationships 0 Untitled Flavin 1977 I Fluorescent tube lights 393 Linear perspective one describes physical reality 0 Onepoint one vanishing point I Front The Last Supper Leonardo da Vinci O Twopoint two vanishing points I Frontal recession Place de L Europe on a Rainy Day Gustave Caillebotte I Diagonal recession 393 Light amp color as a way of creating spatial relationships 0 NotreDameduHaut at Ronchamp interior Le Corbusier 1954 I French architecture I Important religious architecture of 20th century I Interior lighting dramatic religious awe inspiring I Concrete stone construction I Spatiallight spirituality 0 Atmospheric perspective quality the atmosphere haze and humidity I Describes greater spiritual reality I Another manner of depicting the illusion of depth I Darkerbluer in color less distinct less contrast I Madonna of the Rocks Leonardo da Vinci 393 Atmospheric or aerial perspective was used extensively by painters in the 19th century 0 View from Mount Holyoke Northampton Massachusetts after a Thunderstorm The Oxbow Thomas Cole 1836 0 Rain Steam and Speed The Great Western Railway J M Turner 1844 I Greatest English painter O The Mill Rembrandt van Rijn 16451648 I Turner says it is a veil of matchless color that lucid interval of morning dawn amp dewy light on which the eye dwells 393 Chiaroscuro manner in which artists depict the gradual transition from light to dark across a rounded surface 0 Used in modeling I Hatching closely spaced parallel lines I Crosshatching multiple series of hatching lines gives a greater sense of volume amp form ART GNRL 1020 Bonnie Kerridge O O 90 90 O O O O O 90 90 90 90 90 0 Figure of a Women Paul Colin 1930 I Balance of light to dark I Use of chiaroscuro to represent light falling across a surface 0 Study for La Source Pierre Paul Prud hon 1801 O The Coi ure Mary Cassatt 1891 0 Head of a Satyr Michelangelo 15011503 Shading 0 Highlight direct re ection of light source 0 Penumbra umbra cast shadow Value the gradual shift from light to dark The gray scale gradual transition from black to white 0 Race ing Sideways Nikolai Buglaj 2001 I Value scale what values Questions of race questions of class 0 NightPink Chrysanthemums Pat Steir 1984 Hue color Palette color selection Tint color W addition of white Shade color W addition of black In the Loge At the F rancais a Sketch Mary Cassatt 1879 0 Work divided diagonally I Dark light 0 Woman divided by diagonal line face amp hand illuminated Black Face and Arm Unit Ben Jones 1971 0 Use of line and color animate the piece Judith and Maidservant with the Head 0fHolofernes Artemisia Gentileschi 1625 0 Judith and her maid servant 0 Sets up the drama and story of the even 0 Tenebrism hidden in the shadows Drama 0 Composition 0 Light contrast between light amp dark using tenebrism Head of a King from Ife Nigeria 13th century
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