Things to Get: Your notebook! D ue today- principle drawing activity ! Things To Do: Opener: Principles of Art Class work: Notes: Styles of Art Art Mobile Art Viewing Guide Closure: Identification of Styles. Principle Opener. Complete the assignment on pg. 32 in your notebook.
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What are the styles of art?Complete the chart on pg. 31 in your notebook
Abstract: 20th century art containing shapes that simplify shapes of real objects to emphasize form instead of subject matter
Realistic: images are shown exactly as they appear
Still life: painting or drawing of inanimate (nonmoving) objects
Portrait:image of a person, especially of the face or upper body
Landscape: painting or drawing in which natural land scenery, such as mountains, trees, rivers, or lakes, is the main feature.
Number 3, Tiger by Pollock
Charles V at Muhlberg
Max Schmitt in a Single Scull by Eakins
______________ With Peaches by Paul Cézanne
The Hay Wain by John Constable
Art Viewing Guide
Turn to page 33 in your notebook
Find in caption
Physical:where it is, surrounding (more important for sculpture)
Cultural Context: story behind the work, purpose, etc.
List what is in the picture
Identify: tell what you’re talking about and where it is
Describe: tell how it is used
Explain: tell what affect that has on the viewer or why you think the artist did it that way
Do “Identify, Describe, Explain” for each element or principle
Choose ONEthing to talk about on each element or principle, but go into detail using “Identify, Describe, Explain” technique.
THIS WHOLE PAGE SHOULD BE COVERED WITH WRITING WHEN YOU ARE DONE.
1) Composition with Red, Yellow, and Blue by Mondrian
2) The Mona Lisa by DaVinci
3) The Gross Clinic- Eakins
4) “… With Fruit and Lobster
5) The Cornfield by Constable http://www.teachersparadise.com/ency/en/media/8/86/constable_cornfield_600pix.jpg