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Planning Living Space for Human Needs. Objective 10: Describe the basic ideas underlying major art movements or historical periods. Art Movements and Historical Periods. Ancient – Greek, Roman, and Egyptian Renaissance – Impressionism, Post-Impressionism Cubism Abstraction. Ancient. Roman

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Planning living space for human needs

Planning Living Space for Human Needs

Objective 10: Describe the basic ideas underlying major art movements or historical periods


Art movements and historical periods

Art Movements and Historical Periods

  • Ancient – Greek, Roman, and Egyptian

  • Renaissance – Impressionism, Post-Impressionism

  • Cubism

  • Abstraction


Ancient

Ancient

Roman

http://harpy.uccs.edu/roman/html/roman.html

Egyptian

http://www.bergen.org/AAST/Projects/Egypt/egyptian_art.html

Greek

http://harpy.uccs.edu/greek/greek.html


Renaissance

Renaissance

  • Impressionism –

    http://www.impressionism.org/teachimpress/default.htm

    CLICK {experience impressionism}

  • Post-Impressionism


Cubism the name cubism comes from an angry art louis vauxcelles who wrote a scathing review in 1908

CubismThe name Cubism comes from an angry art, Louis Vauxcelles, who wrote a scathing review in 1908.

  • Picasso


Abstraction

Abstraction

  • Jackson Pollock


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