self portraits the approach others have taken throughout history
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Self PortraitsThe approach others have takenthroughout history
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BAROQUE16OO - 1750First appearance of the Self PortraitDuring this time the artist became more than just an artisan
Revolution & Restoration
1740 - 1860ClassicismRomanticismRealismPre-Raphaelites
DELACROIXROMANTICISMORPHAN GIRL IN A CEMETERY
CAROTREALISMWOMAN WITHA PEARL
ImpressionistsConcerned with capturing a fleeting moment in timeConcern with reflected lightPure color applied to canvas allowing the eye to blend the colors
CEZANNESELF PORTRAITWITH ROSES
VAN GOGHPOST IMPRESSIONISTSELF PORTRAIT WITH EAR BANDADGED
DEGASPORTRAITS IN AN OFFICE
20TH CENTURYFAUVISMEXPRESSIONISMCUBISMPOP ARTPHOTOREALISM
MATISSEFAUVISTMme MATISSETHE RED MADRASHEADRESS
SCHIELEEXPRESSIONISTSELF PORTRAIT WITH BLACK VASE
KATHEKOLLWITZSELF PORTRAIT AT THE TABLE
Oskar KokoschkaSelf-portrait of a "Degenerate Artist"
Francis Bacon Portrait of Michel Leris, 1976
Edvard MunchThe Scream
Ernst Ludwig KirchnerTwo Women in the Street1914
Andy Warhol Pop Art
Chuck ClosePhoto-RealismLeslie. 1973Photorealism
C H U C K C L O S E
Chuck ClosePhoto-RealismSelf Portrait. 1991I paint heads because heads matter to everybody. If you paint a face big enough, its hard to ignore.
My real subjects are not people, I paint portraits of photographs
If you make something new and personal, it may not look like art at all.
Pre-Raphaelites battled against frivolous artFelt only genuine ideas should be expressedSelf Portrait at the TableArtist: Kthe KollwitzNationality: GermanArtist Dates: 1867-1945Date: 1893Object Type: printMedium: etching and aquatintSubjects: seated figure, female, self-portrait, table, pencil, lampHolding Institution: The University of Michigan Museum of ArtAccession No.: 1954/2.10 Credit Line: Gift of Edwin M. Otterbourg, 1954
Image Source: The University of Michigan Museum of ArtImage Accession No.: PCD5010-1611-0921-76
Images often show the gauntness in life. Social concerns