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AP ART – Concentration or creating a meaningful, connected body of workEl ARTE de AP – la Concentración o Creando un cuerpo significativo y conectado del trabajo

  • Creating a body of work that is both consistent and connected can be done through a variety of ways. The following slides will demonstrate different means of creating a body of work.

  • Artists involved in an Art movement generally share a vision or interest who also share the same conventions:

  • - content

  • - ideas/philosophy

  • - palette (hues or colors)

  • - technique

  • Crear un cuerpo del trabajo que es ambos coherente y conectado puede ser hecho por una variedad de maneras. Los resbaladeros siguientes hacen medios diferentes demostrados de crear un cuerpo del trabajo.

  • Los artistas implicaron en un movimiento de la Arte comparte generalmente una visión o el interés que comparten también las mismas convenciones:

    • el contenido

    • la ideas/filosofía

    • paleta (los matices o los colores)

    • la técnica

The following are three examples of MANY Art movements found

throughout history:

Romanticism 1820’s – 1900:

El siguiente es tres ejemplos de MUCHOS movimientos de la Arte encontraron a través de la historia:

El romanticismo 1820’s - 1900:

Caspar David Friedrich

Thomas Cole

Thomas Cole (1801–1848)Expulsion-Moon and Firelight, ca.1828 Oil on canvas, 91.3 x 121.9 cm © Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Collection

Wanderer above the Sea of Fog1818; Oil on canvas, 94 x 74.8 cm; Kunsthalle, Hamburg

Pre-Raphaelite 1848 – 1930’s:

Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Astarte Syriaca


Oil on canvas

Sir Edward Burne-Jones. The Wheel of Fortune.


Oil on canvas.

Musée d'Orsay, Paris, France

Symbolists 1880’s - 1932:

Mikhail Vrubel.The Seated Demon.


Oil on canvas.

The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Moreau, GustaveThe Apparitionc. 1874-76Oil on canvas142 x 103 cmMusee Gustave Moreau, Paris

Artists often will use their aesthetic, or means of expression/taste, to express feelings and ideas. The following slides are examples of Artists expressing feelings/ideas through their work.

Los artistas a menudo utilizarán sus estético, o medios del expresión/sabor, para Expresar los sentimientos y las ideas. Los resbaladeros siguientes son los ejemplos de Artistas que expresan los sentimientos/ideas por su trabajo.

The Burial of Count Orgaz


oil on canvas

480 × 360 cm

Santo Tomé, Toledo

Creation of Man


Sistine Chapel

Vatican City



detail – Creation of Man

Religion/mythology, continued:

This triptych resides at the Academie für Bildenden Künste in Vienna.

The outside of the shutters are Grisaille on panel,

while the inside shutters and center are oil on panel.

The left and right panels measure 167.7 x 60 cm

and the center panel measures 164 x 127cm.

Oskar Kokoschka (1886-1980)"Bride of the Wind"(oil on canvass, 181x221cm)Kunstmuseum, Basel, Switzerland


La Mariée

Marc Chagall


Gouache pastel

Love, continued:

Gustav Klimt

The Kiss.


Oil on canvas.

Österreichische Galerie Belvedere.


Käthe Kollwitz, woman with dead child,

soft-ground etching with engraving, overprinted

with a gold tone-plate

47.6 x 41.9cm

British Museum.

Jacques-Louis David

Oil on Canvas, 65" x 50 3/8"


Musées Royaux des Beaux-Arts at Brussels

Death, continued:

The Death of a Grave-Digger (La Mort du Fossoyeur) Carlos Schwabe (1866-1926/French)Musee d'Orsay, Paris


Title: Malle Babbe (The Witch of Haarlem)

Date:1630-33Location of Origin: NetherlandsMedium:Oil on canvasOriginal Size: 29 1/2 x 25 in

Judith Leyster

self-portrait, near age 21


National Gallery of Art, USA.

Happiness, continued:

The Swing

Jean-Honoré FRAGONARD1767Oil on canvas, 81 x 64 cmWallace Collection, London

The Merry DrinkerFrans Hals

1628-30Oil on canvas, 81 x 66,5 cmRijksmuseum, Amsterdam


Echo of a ScreamDavid Alfaro Siqueiros, 1937Enamel on wood; 48 x 36 in.Museum of Modern Art, New York

Death in the Sickroom


Edvard Munch

Oil on canvas

59 x 66 in.

Nasjonalgalleriet at Oslo.

Sadness, continued:


Francisco de Goya

The Third of May, 1808: The Execution of the Defenders of Madrid


Oil on canvas

266 x 345 cm

Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain

"Death and the Mother “

Käthe Kollwitz

Lithograph 1934/35

Fear, continued:

The Scream (originally titled, Despair)

Edvuard Munch (1863-1944) Norwegian

oil, pastel, casein on cardboard

National Gallery; Olso, Norway, 1893.

Judith Beheading Holofernes1611-12Oil on canvas, 158,8 x 125,5 cmMuseo Nazionale di Capodimonte, Naples


"Jupiter and IO" (1530)


Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna

Gianlorenzo Bernini's

"Ecstasy of St. Teresa" (1647-52), Santa Maria della Vittoria, Rome


11' 6" high.

Ecstasy, continued:

Danaë1527Oil tempera on wood, 113,5 x 95 cmAlte Pinakothek, Munich

Slave (dying)c. 1513Marble, height 229 cmMusée du Louvre, Paris

Artists used the exploration of expression

through form, color and line. The following

slides are examples of exploring expression.

Los artistas utilizaron la exploración de la expresión por forma, el color y la línea. Los resbaladeros

siguientes son los ejemplos de explorar la expresión.

Jackson PollockNumber 4, 1950Oil, enamel, and aluminum paint on canvasCarnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh

ROTHKO,MarkOrange and Yellow1956Oil on canvas91 x 71 in. (231 x 180.3 cm)Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Artist:Jasper JohnsArtist's Lifespan: 1930-Title: Target with Plaster CastsDate:1955Location of Origin: United StatesMedium:Mixed mediaOriginal Size: 51 x 44 inLocation: Leo Castelli Gallery, New York

Franz Kline

New York, NY


Oil on canvas

79 x 51 inches

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo

Paul Klee. Cosmic Composition


Oil on pasteboard

48 x 41 cm

Kunstsammlung Nordrhein-Westfalen

Düsseldorf, Germany

Diebenkorn, RichardOcean Park No. 541972Oil on canvas100 x 81 in

Artists can also arrive at consistency

through their use of technique/images

Los artistas pueden llegar también

en la consistencia por su uso de


Piet Mondrian. (Dutch, 1872-1944)

Broadway Boogie Woogie


Oil on canvas

50 x 50" (127 x 127 cm)

Composition with Gray and Light Brown1918 (170 Kb); Oil on canvas

80.2 x 49.9 cm (31 9/16 x 19 5/8 in)

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

Into the World There Came a Soul Called Ida1929-30 Oil on canvas; 55 x 46 in.The Art Institute of Chicago

gift of Ivan Albright 1977

Picture of Dorian Gray

1943 - 1944Oil on canvas215.9 x 106.7 cm (85 x 42 in.)

Movement in Squares 1961

Tempera on hardboard

Bridget Riley

Cataract 3, 1967

PVA on canvas

Bridget Riley

Chuck Close Inka 2003oil on canvas, 102 x 84 inchesCourtesy PaceWildenstein

CINDY SHERMANUntitled Film Still #14, 1978Gelatin silver print40 x 30 inches (101.6 x 76.2 cm)Ed. of 3

Untitled #50 1979from the series Untitled film stills 1977–80gelatin silver photograph16.4 x 24.0 cm (image) 30.4 x 35.4 cm (sheet)

Work Nr. 217 ELP II (Brain Salad Surgery)

1973Acrylic on paper

34x34 cm

HR Giger

"Li I“


HR GigerAcrylic on Paper

Richard Estes

ANSONIA, 1977OLEO48x60 inchesWhitney Museum of American Art, NY

Richard Estes

CAFETERIAOLEO42x50 inchesEdward J. Minskoff

Marilyn - 1977Oil over acrylic on canvas96 x 96 in (243.8 x 243.8 cm)University of Arizona Museum of ArtTucson, Arizona

Audrey FlackWheel Of Fortune (Vanitas)1977-1978Louis K. Meisel Gallery

JWM Turner

Snow Storm: Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouthc. 1842Oil on canvas, 91 x 122 cmTate Gallery, London

JWM Turner

The Morning after the Delugec. 1843Oil on canvas, 78,5 x 78,5 cmTate Gallery, London

Klimt, GustavHygeiaDetail from "Medicine"1907Oil on canvas

430 x 300 cm

Kara Walker

Jockey 1995cut paper mounted on canvas, 10 x 10 inchesCourtesy Brent Sikkema, New York

Kara Walker

Gone, An Historical of a Civil War as it Occurred Between the

Dusky Thighs of One Young Negress and Her Heart


Cut paper and adhesive on wall

13 x 50 feet

Collection of Yvonne Force, Inc

The Two Fridas


Frida Kahlo

Museo de Arte Moderno, Mexico City.

The Broken Column, 1944 Frida KahloOil on canvas400 x 305 mmMuseo Dolores Olmedo Patino Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico)

Belshazzar's Feast1635Oil on canvas, 168 x 209 cmNational Gallery, London



Oil on canvas

114 x 94 cm

English Heritage, Kenwood House, London

Faith Ringgold,Tar Beach II, 1990-92.

Wedding Lover's Quilt, 1986

patti smith, 1986

photo © by robert mapplethorpe

Robert Mapplethorpe

Self-Portrait, 1988. Platinum print, Sheet

26 1/2 x 22 inches

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum

M.C. Escher's "Ascending and Descending"

Artists also use/used their medium to convey messages

or a response to the times in which they live/lived.

Looking at the slides, can you tell what the Artist

is/was trying to convey?

Los artistas también utiliza/utilizó que su medio para transmitir los mensajes o una respuesta a los tiempos

en los que ellos vive/vivido.

¿Mirando los resbaladeros, puede decir usted lo que el yo/was de Artista que trata de transmitir?

Kara Walker

with some of her "Burn" (1998), left,

and an untitled 1996 silhouette.

Kara WalkerEndless Conundrum, An African Anonymous Adventuress, 2001

paperoverall installed 180 x 420 inches

Lange, Dorothea, photographer

"Migrant Mother"

(Other title: "Destitute Pea Pickers in California.

Mother of Seven Children. Age Thirty-Two.

Nipomo, California")

March 1936

Texas Tenant Farmer in California

Marysville Migrant Camp (R.A.)

September 1935

Government Bureau, 1956George Tooker (American, born 1920)Egg tempera on wood

19 5/8 x 29 5/8 in. (49.8 x 75.2 cm)The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

George Tooker “The Subway” 1950

Hieronymus Bosch

Triptych of Temptation of St Anthony1505-06Oil on panel, 131,5 x 119 cm (central), 131,5 x 53 cm (each wing)Museu Nacional de Arte Antiga, Lisbon

Hieronymus Bosch

Triptych of Garden of Earthly Delightsc. 1500Oil on panel, central panel: 220 x 195 cm, wings: 220 x 97 cmMuseo del Prado, Madrid

The Making of a Fresco Showing the Building of a City

("Making a Fresco")


Mexican artist Diego Rivera (1886-1957).


Mural de Diego Rivera

El hombre en una encrucijada

Palacio de Bellas Artes, México

José Clemente Orozco

Gods of the Modern World (1932)

mural located at Dartmouth University, Hanover, New Hampshire.

Jose Clemente Orozco, Prometheus, 1930, Pomona College

Historically, Artists painted in four genres, or areas:

Still-life, Landscape, Portrait, or Historical. Many

Artists today still paint in these genres, but often do

not use the same format, or rules, found in paintings

of older periods in history.

Históricamente, los Artistas pintaron en cuatro géneros, o en las áreas: La naturaleza muerta, el Paisaje, el Retrato, o Histórico. Muchos Artistas hoy pintan todavía en estos géneros, pero a menudo no utiliza el mismo formato, ni las reglas, encontraron en pinturas de períodos másviejos en la historia.


Pieter de Ring (Dutch, 1615-1660)Still Life with Lobster, c. 1650

Oil on canvas35 1/4 x 45 in. (89.5 x 116.8 cm)

Cézanne, Paul

Still Life with Plaster Cupid

1895 (120 Kb); 27 1/2 x 22 1/2 in

Courtauld Institute of Art, London


Sesshu Toyo, "Winter landscape"

Ink on silk

late fifteenth century

(Ashikaga-Muromachi period)


Cindy ShermanUntitled


Lambda C-print

Edition of 350

(photo of woman)

Rembrandt Harmensz van RijnSelf-portrait in a velvet cap with plume 1638etching, intaglio13.4 x 10.4 cmCollection: Johannesburg Art Gallery


Jacques-Louis David

Oath of the Horatii

1785 oil on canvas

(Musée du Louvre, Paris)

Historical, continued:


Liberty Leading the People (28th July 1830)1830Oil on canvas, 260 x 325 cmMusée du Louvre, Paris

A category that I’ve added, due to expressed interest

is that of the ‘supernatural.’

Una categoría que he agregado, debido al interés

expresado, es que del "sobrenatural".


Utagawa Kuniyoshi

[Japanese Ukiyo-e Printmaker, ca.1797-1861]

Mitsukini Defying the Skeleton Spectre

circa 1845

Supernatural, continued:

The Last Supper

oil painting by Tintoretto


in the chancel, San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

Supernatural, continued:

William Blake

The Ancient of Days1794

Relief etching with watercolor

23.3 x 16.8 cm

British Museum, London

Supernatural, continued:

Henry Fuseli - Hamlet and his father's Ghost


ink and pencil on cardboard

38 × 49,5 cm

Supernatural, continued:

Henry Fuseli

The Nightmare


Oil on canvas

101 x 127 cm

Supernatural, continued:

Dali, SalvadorCrucifixion ('Hypercubic Body')1954Oil on canvas194.5 x 124 cmMetropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Supernatural, continued:

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