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  1. 1800-1945

    The Modern World:

  2. 19th century artists and writers, walking through the city streets would be equivalent to us channel surfing today 19th century also gave birth to leisure activities such as shopping, going to entertainments, or visiting art museums Art was now for everybody 1st national museum was the Louvre in Paris Introduction
  3. Neoclassicism- greatest subject matter of all, history including Classical mythology and biblical scenes Jean-Auguste-Dominique-Ingres- student of Jacques-Louis David that made this style popular during this time Ex. Jupiter and Thetis- from Homer’s Iliad Neoclassicism
  4. Not so much a style but a set of attitudes and characteristic subjects The style rebelled against leading thinkers and wanted to focus on emotion, intuition, individual experience, and above all imagination. Ex. Eugene Delacroix- The Women of Algiers and Liberty Leading the People Romanticism
  5. Goya, Executions of the third of may
  6. Art moved outdoors, the true outdoors Portable oil tubes enabled artists to bring their art outside Leisure activities of the middle class were their favorite subjects impressionism
  7. The most faithful of all impressionists His great subject was landscape Ex. A Bridge Over a Pool of Water Lilies Claude monet
  8. Began directly with the colors instead of building layers Straightforward painting technique devoted to capturing perception Ex. Le Moulin de la Galette Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  9. Meaning simply the artist that came after Impressionism Artists include: Georges Seurat Vincent van Gogh Paul Gauguin Paul Cezanne Post-impressionism
  10. Developed the technique of Pointillism- discrete dots and dashes of pure color were supposed to blend in the viewer’s eye Ex. A Sunday on La Grande Jatte Seurat
  11. Used high-keyed colors, agitated brushwork, and emotional intensity Ex. The Starry Night and Wheat Field and Cypress Trees Van Gogh
  12. She focused on intimate domestic scenes of mothers and children-a world men rarely depicted in art Ex. The Boating Party Mary cassatt (LATE 19TH CENTURY)
  13. Did not last long (about 3 years) Crucial for the development of modern art Critics called these artists fauves or “wild beasts” FAUVISM
  14. Used pure, unmixed pigments, applied straight from the tube at times Ex. View of Collioure Andre derain (1905)
  15. Describes any style where the artist’s subjective feelings take precedence over objective observation Ex. Edvard Munch- The Scream expressionism
  16. He discovered the power of nonrepresentational art when he didn’t recognize a painting in his own studio He realized that subject matter was only incidental to art’s impact He wrote that color influences the soul (color-keyboard, eyes-hammer, soul-piano with many strings) Ex. Black Lines Vasilikandinsky
  17. The beauty of cubism was that like linear perspective, anybody could do it cubism
  18. Born in Spain Loved women Came up with cubism “An artist works of necessity, that he himself is only a trifling bit of the world, and that no more importance should be attached to him than to plenty of other which please us in the world, though we can’t explain them.” Pablo picasso
  19. Les demoiselles d’avignon
  20. Seated woman
  21. Guitar, sheet music, and glass
  22. One of the most naturally gifted artists in history Worked with Picasso Their styles became virtually identical Georges braque
  23. The castle at la roche-guyon
  24. The emigrant
  25. These artists believed that art would move forward only through exploring new subjects Fantasy and futurism
  26. One of the most influential artist of this style “to become truly immortal a work of art must escape all human limits: logic and common sense will only interfere” Dreams are what come to mind in this example, nothing in nature at all Giorgio de chirico
  27. The disquieting muses
  28. Art style that rebelled against art itself Ready-made is a work of art that the artist has not made but designated Most notorious artist of this style was Marcel Duchamp Dada
  29. Ordinary porcelain urinal set upright on its back After the exhibition the object was to be returned to life Wanted to prove a point Marcel duchamp
  30. fountain
  31. Appreciated logic of dreams, unconscious, bizarre, irrational, and marvelous Was a way of life Automatism- writing or drawing that flowed straight from the subconscious, unchecked by reason or inhibitions Surrealism
  32. Super realistic- yet the forms could not possibly be real Perhaps in this painting Dali’s dream or fantasy was to triumph time Salvador dali
  33. Served as a magnet for some of the greatest talents such as- artists, musicians, composers, actors, writers, poets, scientists, and educators. Lasted only a decade 3 experiences that made up this movement: Heritage of Africa Ugly legacy of slavery Modern urban life The Harlem Renaissance 1920’s
  34. Studied West African sculpture and used flattened space Ex. Aspects of Negro Life: From Slavery to Reconstruction Aaron douglas
  35. Dorothea Lange- Migrant Mother Rockwell Kent- Workers of the World, Unite! Other renaissance artists