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  1. Appropriation and Influence

  2. All art arises from other art, not from romantic notions of pure inspiration. -Paul H. Tucker • “The bad artists imitate. The great artists steal.” -Banksy, quoting Picasso

  3. Appropriation • The deliberate reworking of images or styles from previous, well known works of art; a hallmark of Post-Modernism.

  4. “It is almost a year now since we saw the Van Gogh exhibition, and really, the memory of it haunts me ceaselessly.” - Andre Derain, 1902

  5. Influence • Being swayed or inspired by an artist’s styles or ideas. The work produced may not resemble the influencing source.

  6. Appropriation and Influence are not absolutes, they are points on a spectrum

  7. So what makes it appropriation and not plagiarism?

  8. Proper citation • Give credit where credit is due • Modification • Change things so it is clear that you are taking the idea/image/technique in a new direction

  9. Proper Citation • For IB you must always give credit to any material sources that are not solely from you. • That does not mean that you can’t look up images or borrow from artists…it just means that you give credit.

  10. An Artwork • Goya, Francisco. The Family of Charles IV. 1800, oil on canvas, Museo del Prado, Madrid. • Artist Last, First. Artwork Title in Italics. Date, medium, museum or physical location.

  11. Artwork in a Publication • Goya, Francisco. The Family of Charles IV. 1800, Museo del Prado, Madrid. Gardener's Art Through the Ages, 10th ed., by Richard G. Tansey and Fred S. Kleiner, Harcourt Brace, p. 939. • Artist Last, First. Artwork Title in Italics. Date, medium, museum or physical location. Book Title in Italics, edition, authors, page number.

  12. easybib.com • Choose the type of citation you are using (MLA) • Type in your URL, book title, magazine etc. • It will search the internet for possible matches • You select the correct match • Add any additional info that is needed • It produces the correct format for your citation.

  13. owl.english.purdue.edu • All things MLA

  14. Modification

  15. Homework Assignment! • Go to smarthistory.org You can search by • artist • culture/time period • Style • theme • Find three different artists that you think are cool

  16. Homework Assignment! • Select an one artwork from each of these three artists (or cultures) • Print out that picture (small) and tape/glue it into your sketchbook…OR sketch it! • Next to the image, write out the full, proper citation

  17. Homework Assignment! • This assignment is due XXXXX