Unit Art Unit 1 Art By: XieYongqing ( 下载整理 ) Warming up --Brainstorming If you were an artist, what kind of pictures would you paint? modern traditional realistic colourful pictures abstract religious kinds of painting oil painting water color landscape cartoon
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Unit 1 Art
The Mourning of Christ which began in France as a reaction against the restrictions and conventions of the dominant
Michelangelo ------ which began in France as a reaction against the restrictions and conventions of the dominant Italian Renaissance sculptor, painter, architect, and poet who exerted an unparalleled influence on the development of Western art.
Delphes Sylphideceiling of the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City
Creation of the Sun and Moon Doni Tondo)
The Creation of Man (Fragment of the Sistine Chapel ceiling)1511-12
Frescoes in St. Maria del Carmine - Brancacci Chapel
The Monet Family in Their Garden at Argenteuil Maria del Carmine. They are considered to be the first real paintings of the Renaissance. Masaccio was to condense the ideas behind the new naturalistic revolution in his stories of St. Peter and the Original Sin: the space was divided up according to the rules of scientific perspective, light came from a precise direction and the shadows gave depth and great intensity to the figures; this was a holy story which found itself in the reality of the moment and was told with great simplicity., 1874Édouard Manet (French, 1832–1883)Oil on canvas; 24 x 39 1/4 in. (61 x 99.7 cm)Bequest of Joan Whitney Payson, 1975 (1976.201.14)
French Impressionist painter, who brought the study of the transient effects of natural light to its most refined expression.
The only merit I have is to have painted directly from nature with the aim of conveying my impression in front of the most fugitive effects.
Wheatstacks (End of Summer) garden. This garden was the inspiration for most of his later work and inspired the series Water Lilies and the Japanese Bridge (begun in 1899). As age and deteriorating eyesight descended upon the artist his works lost almost all sense of form and are now referred to as 'Abstract Impressionism'. someone once said that Monet was "only an eye, but my God, what an eye." Monet died on December 5, was known to have said that he "feared the dark more than death."1890-91,Oil on canvas, 60 x 100
Garden at Sainte-Adresse
"I prefer enjoying my bad sight, renouncing to paint if necessary, but at least see a bit what I like."
Haystacks at Chailly at Sunrise later life probably because his eyesight was failing. He naturally was having difficultly coming to terms with blindness, every artist nightmare. he had an accurate memory for colour and would get his stepdaughter to help with the colour before applying it to the canvas.1865, oil on canvas, 30 x 60 cm San Diego Museum of Art
"My sensitivity, far from diminishing, has been sharpened by age, which holds no fears for me so long as unbroken communication with the outside world continues to fuel my curiosity, so long as my hand remains a ready and faithful interpreter of my perception."
Poplars at Giverny
The Houses of Parliament at Sunset age, which holds no fears for me so long as unbroken communication with the outside world continues to fuel my curiosity, so long as my hand remains a ready and faithful interpreter of my perception."
Raphael --- age, which holds no fears for me so long as unbroken communication with the outside world continues to fuel my curiosity, so long as my hand remains a ready and faithful interpreter of my perception."Italian painter whose works, including religious subjects, portraits, and frescoes, exemplify the ideals of the High Renaissance.
Leonardo da Vinci (Italian, 1452–1519) figure compositions in the Vatican in Rome. His work is admired for its clarity of form and ease of composition and for its visual achievement of the Neoplatonic ideal of human grandeur. ItalianCharcoal, black and red chalks; traces of framing line in pen and brown ink at upper right; 8 x 6 1/8 in. (20.3 x 15.6 cm)
Head of the Virgin in Three-Quarter View Facing Right, 1508–12
Gogh, Vincent Willem van (1853-1890), Dutch postimpressionist painter, whose work on canvas represents the archetype of expressionism, the idea of emotional spontaneity in painting.
Wheatfield with Crows postimpressionist painter, whose work on canvas represents the archetype of expressionism, the idea of emotional spontaneity in painting. (Auvers-sur-Oise, July 1890)Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)Oil on canvas; 50.5 x 103 cm
Museum, Amsterdam postimpressionist painter, whose work on canvas represents the archetype of expressionism, the idea of emotional spontaneity in painting. The Potato Eaters (Nuenen, April – May 1885)Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, 1853–1890)Oil on canvas; 82 x 114 cmImage courtesy of Van Gogh Museum Foundation, Amsterdam / Vincent van Gogh
In fall and winter 1889–90, while a voluntary patient at the asylum in Saint-Rémy, Van Gogh painted twenty-one copies after Millet, an artist he greatly admired. He considered his copies "improvisations" or "translations" akin to a musician's interpretation of a composer's work. He let the black-and-white images—whether prints, reproductions, or, as here, a photograph that his brother Theo had sent—"pose as subject," then he would "improvise color on it." For this work of January 1890, Van Gogh squared up a photograph of Millet's First Steps, which he then transferred to the canvas.
Portrait of Picasso, 1912, by Juan Gris particular Jean-François Millet, influenced his decision to paint rural life. In the winter of 1884–85, while living with his parents in Nuenen, he painted more than forty studies of peasant heads, which culminated in his first multifigured, large-scale composition
Using language-reading Chinese art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Whitney Museum of American Art
The Frick Collection
Museum of Modern Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art Guggenheim established a foundation empowered to operate a museum that would publicly exhibit and preserve his holdings of non-objective art. Today, the Guggenheim is a museum in multiple locations with access to shared collections, common constituencies, and joint programming. Nevertheless, it is the permanent collection that constitutes the very core of the institution, no matter how far-reaching its activities may be. 1000 Fifth AvenueFifth Ave at 82nd StreetNew York, NY 10028-0198
1929 of six very different private collections— | The Museum of Modern Art opens in the Heckscher Building (corner of Fifth Avenue and 57 Street). Six rooms rented for galleries and offices.
1932 | Museum moves to townhouse at 11 West 53 Street (part of present site).
Starry night architecture and design was established in 1932 at The Museum of Modern Art. From its inception, the collection has been built on the recognition that architecture and design are allied and interdependent arts, so that synthesis has been a founding premise of the collection.
Vincent van Gogh.
wolf solitary figures in urban settings evoke a sense of such profound loneliness and alienation that they seem to transcend their particular time and place. Iconic in their stillness and psychological force—achieved as much through composition and palette as through outright theme or subject—paintings such as
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Letter from common ending)Jo ryan, Class president
Asking for the permission and a donation of $500
Reason: To make the back of the school more attractive.
1 make a nature garden that has trees, grass, paths and a pond.
2. Paint the back wall of the school.
3. Paint the rubbish bins.
Work will be done by: Parents and students.
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