AP Art History - Early 20th Century Art - Images and Vocabulary

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London Bridge, André Derain, oil on canvas, 1906, Fauvism
Woman with a hat, Henri Matisse, oil on canvas, 1905, Fauvism
Improvisation 28, Vassily Kandinsky, 1912, Expressionism
Large Blue Horses, Franz Marc, 1911, Expressionism
"Street, Dresden", Ernst Kirchner, 1908, Expressionism
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon, Pablo Picasso, 1907, Cubism
Guernica, Pablo Picasso, 1937, Cubism
Unique forms of continuity in space, Umberto Boccioni, 1913, Futurism
Fountain, Marcel Duchamp, 1917, Dada
Nude descending a staircase, Marcel Duchamp, 1912, the Armory Show (cubist and/or futurist)
The Steerage, Alfred Stieglitz, photograph, 1907, Photo-Secession
Light Iris, Georgia O'Keeffe, 1924, Precisionism
Melancholy and Mystery of a Street, Giorgio DeChirico, 1914, Metaphysical Painting
The Persistence of Memory, Salvador Dali, 1931, Surrealism
Dutch Interior I, Joan Miró, 1928, Surrealism
Object, Meret Oppenheim, fur covered cup, 1936, Surrealism
The Two Fridas, Frida Kahlo, 1939, Surrealism
Suprematist Composition: Airplane Flying, Kazimir Malevich, 1915, Suprematism
Monument to the Third International, Vladimir Tatlin, wood/iron/glass model, 1919-1920, Constructivism
Composition in Black and White and Red, Piet Mondrian, 1936, DeStijl
Schröder House, Gerrit Rietveld, 1924, Utrecht Netherlands, DeStijl
The Bauhaus, Walter Gropius, 1925-1926, the Bauhaus
Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier, 1929, International Style
The Robie House, Frank Lloyd Wright, 1907-1909, Prairie Style
Kaufmann House "Falling Water", Frank Lloyd Wright, 1936-1939, Wright's later work
The Chrysler Buildings, William Van Alen, 1928-1930, Art Deco
Bird in Space, Constantin Brancusi, 1928, Organic Art
Reclining Figure, Henry Moore, 1947, Organic Art
Migrant Mother, Dorothea Lange, 1935, Depression Era Art
Nighthawks, Edward Hopper, 1942, Depression Era Art
Migration of the Negro #58, Jacob Lawrence, tempera on masonite, 1940-41, Depression Era Art
American Gothic, Grant Wood, oil on beaverboard, 1930, Depression Era Art
Detroit Industry, Diego Rivera, fresco, 1932-33, Mexican Muralism
Abstract
Works of art that may have form, but have little or no attempt at pictorial representation.
Biomorphism
a movement stressing organic shapes that hint at natural forms
Cantilever
a projecting beam that is attached to a building at one end, but suspended in the air at the other.
Collage
a composition made by pasting together different items onto a flat surface.
Documentary photography
a type of photography that seeks social and political redress for current issues by using photographs as a way of exposing society's faults.
Ferroconcrete
steel reinforced concrete. The two materials act together to resist building stresses.
Frottage
a composition made by running a crayon or a pencil over paper placed over a surface with a raised design.
Harlem Renaissance
a particularly rich artistic period in the 1920's and 1930's that is named after the African-American neighborhood in the NYC where it emerged. It is marked by a cultural resurgence by African-Americans in the field of painting, writing, music, and photography.
Mobile
a sculpture made of several different items that dangle from a ceiling and can be set into motion by air currents.
Ready-made
a commonplace object selected and exhibited as a work of art.
Regionalism
an American art movement from the early twentieth century that emphasized Midwestern rural life in a direct style.
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