• Art History. Painting Periods
    -classicists. The “Oath of the Horatii” is a large painting by the French artist Jacques-Louis David. It depicts a scene from a Roman legend about a dispute between two warring cities. Realism: (1850 - 1880) Realism was a mid-nineteenth century art movement and style in which artists discarded the...
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  • Moma Visit - Compare and Contrast Paintings
    been done before. For this essay, I chose the works of two artists of this period to compare and contrast so that the diversity of Modern art can be demonstrated. Even though Vincent Van Gogh and Rene Magritte was born forty five years apart from each other and had different styles, I am interested...
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  • Artisic Styles
    “whiplash.” Art nouveau incorporates organic and often symbolic motifs, usually languid-looking flowers and animals, and treats them in a flat, linear, and relief-like manner. Cubism. Cubism in painting (early 20th century) violates all usual concepts of two- and three-dimensional perspective. Cubist...
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  • american art
    introduced avant-garde art held in The Art Institute of Chicago introducing the nation to the works of Post-Impressionists, such as Vincent van Gogh, Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Duchamp, Braque, Derain, Picasso, Archipenko, Duchamp-Villon, Gleizes, Souza Cardoso and many more up to and including the...
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  • expressionism
    Introductory Presentation by Ayesha Ikram Biography Presentation by Hera Fazil Painting analysis by Sayeda Zill e Huma Anum EXPRESSIONISM HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Expressionism is a term that embraces an early 20th century style of art, music...
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  • sciense projectille
    20th century, he is known for co-founding the Cubist movement, the invention ofconstructed sculpture,[2][3] the co-invention of collage, and for the wide variety of styles that he helped develop and explore. Among his most famous works are the proto-Cubist Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907), and...
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  • Museums
    American painting and decorative arts. In the Midwest, the Art Institute of Chicago is one of the world’s leading art museums, with wide-ranging collections dating from the 14th century to the present and an acclaimed assemblage of works by impressionist and post-impressionist artists. The Cleveland...
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  • Intro to Visual Arts
    Magdalena Abakanowicz in her piece Backs is an example of the organizing principle of | conceptual art anonymity repetition* political content | Balance is a principle of design based on the | visual weight on assigns to parts of work* ratio of height of a picture to width scale of sculpture...
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  • Art
    an important part of society. Also, through the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, where art was a critical form of expression and finally in the modern age of art where even in looking into the works of individual artists, one can get a sense of the feelings and events of the time and the world...
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  • Women Artists
    painting No. 2 for $5,100,000, the record price in 2008 for a work by a living female artist.[22] [edit] See also * Bonn Women's Museum * List of 20th century women artists * The depiction of women artists in art history * Feminist art * National Museum of Women in the Arts...
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  • History of Art - Cubism
    -Impressionism, Divisionism and Symbolism. It was believed to be started with Picasso and Braque in 1907. Cubism was a movement of modern artists going against the accepted style of paintings and pushing the boundaries of what was modern art. The Impressionists and Realists of the late 19th century...
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  • Art-Cubism
    Cubism Cubism is an early-20th-century avant-garde art movement pioneered by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso, and later joined by Juan Gris, Jean Metzinger, Albert Gleizes, Robert Delaunay, Henri Le Fauconnier, and Fernand Léger,[1] that revolutionized European painting and sculpture, and...
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  • Painting
    . Peter Paul Rubens, for example, followed the businesslike 17th-century custom of submitting a small oil sketch, or modella, for his client's approval before carrying out a large-scale commission. Siting problems peculiar to mural painting, such as spectator eye level and the scale, style, and...
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  • La Vague Du Japonisme: the Effects of Japanese Art on French Art in the Late 19th Century
    painting seems to be a metaphor for himself, a westerner saturated in Japanese culture (Lambourne 2005, 38). In another work, though last seen on the New York art market, Lady in Japanese Costume (1867) further portrays Tissot’s interest in Japonisme (Berger 1980, 70). Holding a piece of porcelain in each...
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  • Intro to Art Final notes
    Modernists - Early 20th century - American painters were provincial and academic except for a few daring artists who worked in realists and impressionist styles -Three factors moved American painters toward modernism 1. Travel in France and Germany by young American artists 2. Alfred Stieglitz...
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  • Music Legends
    - 1910s Musical Period 20th Century Born August 22, 1862 in Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France Died March 25, 1918 in Paris, France Genre Classical Styles Keyboard Ballet Orchestral Vocal Music Chamber Music Igor Stravinsky was a Russian/international composer who began two of the major...
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  • Art Exam
    describe it. For example, if you select a period of art, what are characteristics of that period? If you select an artist, which artistic style did they work with and what were characteristics of that style? If you select a work of art, describe it formally and explain how it fit with an artistic...
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  • Claude O. Monet - Theoretical Exhibit
    Final Project: Theoretical Exhibit - Claude O. Monet Curatorial Statement Claude Oscar Monet was pioneer in the art scene of the 20th century. He invented the painting style impressionism and always followed his dreams. This exhibit is a short impression of his pieces and his passion for art...
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  • Art Websites
    http://www.huntfor.com/arthistory/c19th/impressionism.htm Hunt for images is a great resource for finding art images. This site also explains how Impressionism relates to a style of painting and composing from the last third of the 19th century Website Title: Art Movements http...
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  • Art History and Its Methods
    . F. Hegel onward, much of the theoretical support of art history was supplied by German historians and philosophers. Heinrich Wšlfflin provided, in the early 20th century, a technique for understanding style by comparing two works of different periods and noting their differences; this is still the...
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