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Art I Art History PowerPoint Project. A. Select an Artist. Stylistic Category/Period: Renaissance. Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci. Michelangelo. Leonardo da Vinci. Stylistic Category/Period: Baroque. Caravaggio Artemesia Gentileschi Rembrandt. Caravaggio. Artemesia Gentilischi.

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Art i art history powerpoint project

Art I Art History PowerPoint Project

A. Select an Artist


Stylistic category period renaissance

Stylistic Category/Period:Renaissance

Michelangelo

Leonardo da Vinci




Stylistic category period baroque

Stylistic Category/Period: Baroque

Caravaggio

Artemesia Gentileschi

Rembrandt





Stylistic category period impressionism and post impressionism

Stylistic Category/Period:Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

Claude Monet

Mary Cassatt

Georges Seurat

Vincent Van Gogh






Stylistic category period expressionism

Stylistic Category/Period:Expressionism

Constantin Brancusi

Edvard Munch




Stylistic category period surrealism

Stylistic Category/Period:Surrealism

Salvador Dali

Rene Magritte




Master of many 20 th century styles pablo picasso

Master of Many 20th Century Styles:Pablo Picasso

If you choose Picasso identify each artwork with the appropriate style in which he worked:

Blue Period

Cubism

Rose Period

20th Century Neoclassic




Stylistic category period pop art

Stylistic Category/Period:Pop Art

Roy Lichtenstein

Claes Oldenburg

Andy Warhol


Roy Lichtenstein

80 x 68 inches

48 x 48 inches




Stylistic category period organic architecture

Stylistic Category/Period:Organic Architecture

Frank Lloyd Wright



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SAMPLE POWERPOINT PROJECT


Jan Vermeer

Beetle Bailey

Art I

2nd Period

March 1, 2008


Bourgeois Baroque Style

1600-1700

The Bourgeois Baroque Period is characterized by art for middle class people. Everyday scenes and objects are the main subjects.


About the Artist: Jan Vermeer

Birth date: 1632

Death date: 1675

Place of Birth: Delft, Netherlands

Education/Training: Unknown


Interesting Facts About Vermeer

The basic camera obscura consists of a room with a small opening, the images are projected both upside down and reversed.

  • Lived in Delft, Netherlands and seldom traveled outside of the city

  • Painted only 35-40 paintings!

  • Wasn’t famous until almost 300 years after his death!

  • Made his living as an owner of a hotel and picture gallery

  • Had 15 children!

  • Used a camera obscura to set up and draw his compositions


Officer with a Laughing Girlc. 1657Oil on canvas

This map and room appears in many of Vermeer’s paintings.


View of Delft

Oil on Canvas 1659-60

  • This is one of Vermeer’s few landscape pictures.

  • It was painted looking through an inverted telescope!


Young Woman with a Water Jug1660-62Oil on canvas

This is the first Vermeer painting to become part of an American collection.


Girl with a Pearl Earring1665Oil on Canvas

  • This painting inspired a 1999 novel, Girl With a Pearl Earring,, about a modest Dutch maid who becomes a model for the painter Johannes Vermeer.

  • The book was made into a movie in 2003 starring Scarlet Johannson and Colin Firth.


The Art of Painting1665-67Oil on canvas,

This may be a self portrait of Vermeer, but no one knows for certain.


The Geographer

c. 1668Oil on canvas,

This painting is signed twice, but probably not by the artist!


References

http://www.essentialvermeer.com/camera_obscura/co_two.html (February 19, 2008)

www.wga.hu (February 19, 2008)

www.artlex.com (February 19, 2008)


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