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Unit III- Chapter 11 Art Nouveau
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Japanese ukiyo-e images were screen paintings depicting the entertainment districts of urban Japan.
Katsushika Hokusai was the Japanese artist who is perhaps best known for his series of prints, "Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji.
A decorative style of art, popular in Europe and America from the 1880s to the 1930s. This style is usually characterized by flowing lines, flat shapes, and vines and flowers.
Jules Chéret, father of the modern poster, created the Cherette. This female figure represented the self-assured, modern woman.
Famous illustrator/author from England known for black and white erotic paintings. His artwork from 1872-1898 were influenced by JP woodcut, emphasized grotesque, decadent, erotic, grouned/influenced by ARTS AND CRAFTS, work evolved to ART NOVEAU.
Alphonse Mucha was an Art Nouveau artist who painted women such as the actress Sarah Bernhardt and became an overnight success with his style.
Otto Eckmann,designed the Jugend cover, 1896. German Jugendstil graphics often blended curvilinear stylization with traditional realism and shared common characteristics with French and English Art Nouveau, its distinction was that it reflected more traditional forms such as medieval letters.
He created designs for posters that reflected social realism; he also specialized in drawing cats, particularly for Paris's La Chat Noir (the Black Cat) nightclub.
Will Bradley, an American was inspired by Art Nouveau, loved typography, worked for printers, set up his own print shops. [Wayside Press] Consultant to the American Typefounders Association.
Henri van de Velde
Belgian designer, Henri van de Velde felt that all branches of art share a common language of form and also that: appropriate materials, functional forms, and visual organization were important.
Ethel Reed was the first American woman illustrator and designer to achieve fame in the graphic arts profession.
The Sphinx book was designed by Charles Ricketts in 1894 and was the first book design to use only illustrations on opening pages and it's use of large illustrative initial caps.
He rivaled Cheret. His designs used more muted colors division of space differently several competing elements, printed text on top of faded background image, coloring book style for Harper's magazine.
A. L. Rich, designed the trademark for General Electric, in1890. This design satisfies the requirements of a successful trademark: it is unique, legible, and unequivocal, which explains why it has survived decades of fluctuating design approaches. (A registered trademark of General Electric Company, used by permission.)
Peter Behrens created corporate images and designs and was the father of industrial design. His trademark for Insel-Verlag, 1899. The ship in a circle perched on Art Nouveau waves typifies Jugendstil trademark design.
Leonetto Capiello designed the Cinzano poster, 1910. Capiello's posters consistently display a joyful and exuberant energy.
Privet Livemont, designed the "Robette Absynthe" poster, 1898. The sensuous female figure is clearly enthralled by the now banned liqueur.
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