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ARTS: LESSON 1-2 MODERN ART (IMPRESSIONISM, EXPRESSIONISM)
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-characterized by the artist's intent to portray a subject. according to their unique perspective, exemplified by a rejection of accepted or traditional styles and values.
-renowned for its avant-garde aesthetic and celebrated for its forward-thinking artists. developing over 100 years.
KINDS OF MODERN ART
Neo-Impressionism, Symbolism, Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Expressionism, Suprematism, Constructivism, Metaphysical painting, De Stijl, Dada, Surrealism, Social Realism, Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, Op art, Minimalism, and Neo-Expressionism
thin board or slab, which an artists lays and mixes colors.
similar artificial blue pigment.
shining with a soft, slightly wavering light.
a small swirling mass of something, especially snow or leaves, moved by sudden gusts of wind.
condition of being sponteneous ( behaviour or action)
ALL ABOUT MODERN ART
-in 20th and 21st centuries practically every industry, business, the school in the world requires skills and imagination.
-Art is not only produced by painters, photographers, fashion experts, color consultation, artisans, sculpture, printmakers, but also by talented industrial designers, computer programmers.
-Art enhanced life and lesson the tedium of everyday living. Art is one of the oldest and most important means of expression.
-ideologist or political comments in the government, some artists use paintings, photographs, posters, plays, and cartoons. to convey a message.
-industrial design, fashion design, graphic design, the artists create designs or artworks that communicate with specific audiences. < Functional enough to sell products and make a profit.
BEAUTIFUL CREATION OF GOD
mountains, volcanoes, the sound of waves, swaying of the leaves, swizzling of the wind, ETC.
has help the artist improve their techniques.
techniques to improve new media such as acrylic, expoxies, and alkyds.
also been developed such as airbrushes, photography, montage, and dye transfer.
improve the graphic design such as plastics, acrylic, sluts, dry transfer lettering, and mylar.
MODERN EQUIPMENT THAT HAS BEEN INVENTED MAKES MASS-PRODUCED GOODS MORE ATTRACTIVE SOME OF THIS MODERN EQUIPMENT ARE THE FOLLOWING
> Overhead Projector
> Duplicating Machine
> Loser Scanners
> Computers lasers
> Thermal, electroslatic Photocapiers
> Digital Cameras
ART STYLE FROM THE VARIOUS ARTS MOVEMENTS
considered the first modern movement in paintings. Emerging in a Parish in the 1860s. (Europe and Finally the US)
-a style of figurative art that did not necessarily rely upon or a realistic depiction.
-capture an objects image as someone would see it if they just caught a glimpse of it.
-their photos are very bright and vibrant(with bold colors)
GREATEST IMPRESSIONIST ARTISTS
Edourd Monet, Camille Pisarro, Edgar Degus, Alfred Sisley, Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, and Pierrie Auguste Renoir.
loosened their brushwork and lightened their palettes to include pure, intense colors.
-covers much of the art this time. were smaller movements within it, such as pointillism, Art Nouveau, and fauvism.
CLAUDE MONEST'S WORK
an exhibition in 1874, impressionism sunrise gave the impressionist movement its name when the critic Louis Leroy accused it of being a sketch or "impression", not a finished painting.
was among the first and most important innovators to emerge in the scene of the public exhibition in Paris. he began to incorporate an innovative, looser painting style and brighter palette in the early 1860s.
-Manet influenced the development of impressionism.
PISSARO & SISTY
painted the French countryside and river scenes.
enjoyed ballet dancers and horse races.
painted women doing everyday things.
loved to show the effect of sunlight on flowers and figures.
was invented in subtle changes in the atmosphere.
developed from impressionism and involved the used of many small dots of colors to give a painting a greater sense of vibrancy we sun from a distance, the equal size dot never quite merge in the viewers perception.
was Seurat was first applied regarding his painting "LA Grand Jette" (1886)
part of the Neo-impressionist movements included Camille Pissaro, Paul Gauguin, Henri Matisse, Henri De Toulouse-Lautrec, and (Paul Signac)
describes the theory followed while the actual process was known as Piontillism.
CEZANNE, VAN GOGH
other painters signalized the opening of a new era in the development of modern art several painters formed themselves into "FAUVES" or "WILD BEASTS" headed by Henri Matisse. They Painted Great Enthusiasm and Passion.
a movement of rebellion against the rigid realism academic arts; Paul Gauguin is often associated with the Fauves.
was among the first to use color for Rarely decorative or emotional purposes. use of colors and his simplified and non-naturalistic style have made him one of the most important contributors to modern Art.
"FAUVES" or "WILD BEAST"
due to the primitive savagery of his styles was Henri Matisse. (women with a Flower by Paul Gauguin)
-Flurry of primary colors dominates this dazzling painting of a room with a woman lying on a table.
-Matisse Has used colors as a means of expression. ( The Diner Table By Henri Matisse)
another modern artists who has made a significant contribution to Contemporary art. He altered the colors, the mountain, and surrounding landscape have been simplified into ascometrical shapes and planes of color.
-several styles in painting came out, such as expressionism, surrealism, dadaism, and Social realism. Artists used these styles to show their fear to show horror, show protest against brutality, darkness, and inhumanity of all forms.
-an artistic movement where artists express their innermost feelings rather than representing the external world; Expressionist painting is intense, passionate, and highly personal, it's usually characterized by Violent, unreal colors, and dramatic brushwork.
VINCENT VAN GOGH AND EDUARD MUNCH
were among the oldest members of the artists movement.
was introduced between the year 1906 and 1914. new art trend with the later style of Paul Cezanne.
is a technique of posting cut and pasted scrap materials drawn or painted upon to create symbolic meaning.
a leading exponent of this art form.
the creator of facet cubism. the creator of cubism is noted for his masterpiece called "Guernica"- a mural for Paris exposition, the Spanish while learning out of house, as the dominant figure. he depicted a women with a lamp that indicate a horse lying on the ground, with its head turned up gesture of agency. characterized by the colors black, gray, and
white, colors of death and Mourning.
ARTISTS OF CUBISM
> Pablo Picasso
> George Braque
> Dadaist: Francis Picabia, Marcel Duchamp
> Jose Clemente Orozco
a contemporary of Picasso who focused on college Cubism. "Le Gourier" utilized wastepaper baskets as a subject.
Popular Work of BRAQUE.
the name "dada" means, was given to an international "anti-art" movement that flourishes from 1915 to 1912.
TWO DADAIST ARTISTS
-surrealist painting came out from discoveries relating to the hidden desires and unconscious Process of the mind.
-an art movement that sought to link the world of dreams with real life. Surreal means beyond or above reality. Surrealist Painting= frequently had a dreamlike quality and depicted objects in unrealistic ways.
Emphasizes influence of social and economic conditions of an era on characters, events, and social institutions.
JOSE CLEMENTE OROZCO
dramatized in his mural the "The Gods of Modern World" the social conflicts of this time.
US suffers economic depression.
-artists who used art as vehicle for communicating significant human experience and for shaping the human values.
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