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  • CDA 1 REVIEW Fall 2013
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  • WELCOME TO THE RENAISSANCE 1450-1600 THE WORD RENAISSANCE LITERALLY MEANS REBIRTHA REBIRTH OF KNOWLEDGEIT WAS A CULTURAL AND INTELLECTUAL MOVEMENT PRINTING PRESS WAS INVENTED CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS DISCOVERED AMERICA MICHELANGELO PAINTED THE SISTINE CHAPEL WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE WAS WRITING PLAYS
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  • THE ART OF THE RENAISSANCE WAS DONE IN A REALISTIC STYLE - ARTISTS WERE INTERESTED IN IMITATING REAL LIFE OR HOW THINGS REALLY LOOKTHEY STUDIED PROPORTION, THE WORK OF GREEK AND ROMAN ARTISTS, THEY CREATED COLORS TO MIMIC WHAT THEY SAW IN LIFE, THEY WERE TRUE TO NATURE AND TO THE HUMAN FORM
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  • LEONARDO DA VINCIS VITRUVIAN MAN DA VINCI IS KNOWN FOR BEING A PAINTER, AN ARCHITECT, AN INVENTOR, A SCIENTIST, AND A TEACHERHE IS FASCINATED BY THE BASIC PROPORTIONS OF THE HUMAN FORM Vitruvian Man
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  • WOMB BY LEONARDO DA VINCI Taken from a page inside of da Vincis sketchbook
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  • LEONARDO DA VINCIS MONA LISA THIS PORTRAIT BECAME A TEMPLATE DURING THE RENAISSANCE FOR THE WAY A PORTRAIT SHOULD BE PAINTED THEY SAY THAT FOR A WOMAN TO HOLD THE CORNERS OF HER MOUTH JUST SLIGHTLY RAISED MEANT THAT SHE WAS ELEGANT AND PEOPLE HAVE WRITTEN FOR YEARS SINCE ABOUT MONA LISAS ENIGMATIC SMILE
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  • This painting is titled The Virgin of the Rocks and both this, and the Mona Lisa are famous images from da Vinci particularly for the use of a hazy light in the background which is called sfumato in Italian
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  • This drawing is titled Head of a Young Woman and it is another example of the realistic style Da Vinci used
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  • RAPHAEL 1483-1520 MADONNA DELL GRANDUCA KNOWN FOR HIS MADONNASTHERE ARE MANY OF THEM IN HIS BODY OF WORK AS WELL AS MANY OTHER LARGE FIGURE COMPOSITIONSHIS PAINTING SKILLS ARE VERY APPARENT IN HIS DEVELOPMENT OF GLOWING, BEAUTIFUL SKIN
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  • THE SMALL COWPER MADONNA
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  • POPE LEO X WITH TWO CARDINALS
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  • MICHELANGELO (1475-1564) IS FAMOUS FOR SEVERAL WORKS OF ART HOLY FAMILY AND A DETAIL OF DAVID
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  • MICHELANGELO The ceiling of the Sistine Chapel is one of the most famous Renaissance works in the world. It took Michelangelo years to paint itupside downon a scaffoldingwith paint dripping into his face
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  • MORE PICTURES FROM THE SISTINE CHAPEL CEILING
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  • EXPULSION FROM PARADISE DETAIL FROM SISTINE CHAPEL
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  • JUDITH SLAYING HOLOFERNES BY ARTEMISIA GENTILESCHI This painting is done by one of the VERY few females artists Post- Renaissance. Artemisias father was a well known artist, and he recognized that his eldest daughter also had the gift. Her mother passed away when she was only 12, so her father began tutoring her in the arts. She had a difficult time in the male dominated field of art, but continued to create works based on Biblical stories, and some of which reflected her own life.
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  • IMPRESSIONISM 1860-1890 THIS STYLE OF ART CAPTURES THE IMAGE AS SOMEONE WOULD SEE IT IF THEY JUST CAUGHT A GLIMPSE ATTEMPTING TO CAPTURE LIGHT LOTS OF COLOR USE OUTDOOR SCENES LOTS OF BRUSHWORK WITHOUT ALL DETAILS EXECUTION OF PAINTING IS QUICK
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  • FIELD OF POPPIES BY CLAUDE MONET
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  • SUNRISE BY CLAUDE MONET
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  • LUNCH AT THE RESTAURANT FOURNAISE BY AUGUSTE RENOIR
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  • LA GRENOUILLERE BY AUGUSTE RENOIR
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  • MARY CASSATT Mother and Child against a Green Background (Maternity)
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  • MARY CASSATT Little Girl in a Blue Armchair
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  • THE CHILDS BATH MARY CASSATT
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  • BALLET DANCERS BY EDGAR DEGAS
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  • DANCERS IN PINK AND GREEN BY EDGAR DEGAS
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  • POST IMPRESSIONISM LATE 1880S-1910 THESE ARTISTS BROKE AWAY FROM THE GROUP MENTALITY OF THE IMPRESSIONIST ARTISTS OF THEIR TIME THEY DEVELOPED THEIR OWN SPECIFIC STYLISTIC QUALITIES IN THEIR WORK
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  • SELF PORTRAIT BY VINCENT VAN GOGH
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  • SELF PORTRAIT WITH BANDAGED EAR BY VINCENT VAN GOGH
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  • THE CROW FIELDS BY VINCENT VAN GOGH
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  • THE POTATO EATERS BY VINCENT VAN GOGH
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  • SUNDAY AFTERNOON AT LA GRAND JATTE BY GEORGES SEURAT
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  • GEORGES SEURAT The Eiffel Tower
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  • GEORGES SEURAT The Circus 1890-91
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  • MOUNTAINS IN TAHITI BY PAUL GAUGUIN
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  • PARAU API (WHAT NEWS) BY PAUL GAUGUIN
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  • IN THE MOULIN ROUGE BY HENRI TOULOUSE LAUTREC
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  • EXPRESSIONISM 1890s Art that emphasizes the extreme expressive properties of the visual arts in order to explore emotions and inner truths. Expressionism distorted radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas. Expressionist artists sought to express meaning or emotional experience rather than physical reality The Expressionist emphasis on individual perspective communicate a specific meaning almost immediately to almost every viewer.
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  • EDVARD MUNCH The Scream is interpreted as representing the universal anxiety of modern man. He used thick brush stokes and muted colors to portray the anxiety and emotion he felt. The 1895 pastel sold at auction on 2 May 2012 for US$119,922,500
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  • CUBISM 1908-1920 DURING THIS PERIOD, THERE WERE SEVERAL AMAZING INVENTIONS, SUCH AS: PHOTOGRAPHY CINEMATOGRAPHY SOUND RECORDING THE TELEPHONE MOTOR CARS AIRPLANES
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  • SOME CHARACTERISTICS OF CUBISM CHALLENGED CONVENTIONAL FORMS OF REPRESENTATIONIT WAS A NEW WAY OF SEEING WHICH REFLECTED THE MODERN AGE YOUR SIGHT OF AN OBJECT IS THE SUM OF MANY DIFFERENT VIEWS AND MEMORY OF AN OBJECT IS NOT CONSTRUCTED FROM JUST ONE ANGLE, BUT FROM MANY ANGLES DEPICTS PEOPLE, PLACES OR OBJECTS BUT NOT FROM A FIXED VIEWPOINT MANY PARTS OF OBJECTS ARE SHOWN AT ONE TIME
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  • MORE CHARACTERISTICS OF CUBISM Tried to show all sides of 3 dimensional objects Broke objects into shapes and then reassembled the shapes into a composition Cant be sure of what shape is in front of another Spatial ambiguity
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  • WHO ARE THE THREE MUSKETEERS OF CUBISM? GEORGE BRAQUE PABLO PICASSO JUAN GRIS
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  • MAN WITH A GUITAR BY GEORGES BRAQUE WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THIS IMAGE? ARE THERE ANY RECOGNIZABLE SECTIONS OR PARTS OF THINGS THAT YOU CAN MAKE OUT?
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  • BOTTLE WITH FISHES BY GEORGES BRAQUE
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  • FACTORY BY PABLO PICASSO
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  • HEAD OF A WOMAN BY PABLO PICASSO
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  • VIOLIN AND GLASS BY JUAN GRIS IN THIS PAINTING, WHAT PARTS OF A VIOLIN DO YOU SEE? WHAT PARTS OF A GLASS CAN YOU FIND?
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  • PORTRAIT OF PICASSO BY JUAN GRIS
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  • PORTRAIT OF JOSETTE GRIS BY JUAN GRIS
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  • SURREALISM 1910-1940S IMAGERY BASED ON DREAMS, FANTASY, AND THE SUBCONSCIOUS ILLOGICAL POSITIONING OF OBJECTS LOTS OF SYMBOLISM BEING USED, THOUGH THE MEANING IS NOT ALWAYS CLEAR SOME SYMBOLISM IS ONLY UNDERSTOOD BY THE ARTIST THEMSELVES DISPROPORTIONATE SCALE CHANGES
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  • THE PERSISTENCE OF MEMORY BY SALVADOR DALI
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  • ATOMICUS BY SALVADOR DALI
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  • THE LOVERS BY RENE MAGRITTE
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  • INFINITE BY GEORGIO DE CHIRICO WHAT FEELING DO YOU GET FROM LOOKING AT THIS IMAGE? WHAT SYMBOLISM COULD THE SHADOWS IN THE IMAGE HAVE?
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  • GLASS TEARS BY MAN RAY
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  • POP ART Emerged in the Late 1950s in Britain and the U.S. Included imagery from popular culture such as advertising, news, celebrities, etc. Images are usually removed from their background and suspended in space. It is also associated with the artists' use of mechanical means of reproduction or rendering techniques.
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  • ANDY WARHOL Known as the prince of pop! He used printmaking for a medium. Medium=the materials used to produce the artwork. Took reproduced objects and images and reproduced them!
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  • IN ORDER: Reniassance Impressionism Post Impressionism Expressionism Cubism Surrealism Pop Art
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  • Describe the Renaissance-Realism, detail, rebirth, nothing idealized List 3 Renaissance Artists-DiVinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Gentileschi Describe Impressionism-glimpse of a scene, color, light, outdoor scenes List 3 Impressionism Artists-Degas, Renoir, Cassat, Monet Describe Post Impress

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