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人教选修 6 Unit1 Art Reading A Short History Of Western Painting Brainstorming What can you think of when looking at the word “art”? The Renaissance Mona Lisa art works art artists painters art galleries paintings art museums Pre-reading 1.Have you visited art galleries?

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Brainstorming

What can you think of when looking at the word “art”?

The Renaissance

Mona Lisa

art works

art

artists

painters

art galleries

paintings

art museums

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Pre-reading

1.Have you visited art galleries?

2.What are the names of some famous Western or Chinese artists?

3.The following paintings are all very famous. Can you guess their names and their painters? What styles they belong to ?

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Mona Lisa by Da Vinci

Sunflower By Van Gogh

Impressionism

The Renaissance

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Mary

and

Baby

Jesus

Virgin and Child with Angels

The Middle Ages

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Shrimps by Qi Bashi

Horse by Xu Beihong

Modern art

Modern art

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Fast reading

Read the text quickly and answer the following questions.

  • What’s the main idea of the text?

The style of Western art has changed a lot with time going by.

2.How many styles are mentioned in the passage and what are their names?

Four. They are :The Middle Ages, The Renaissance,

Impressionism and Modern art.

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Listen to the text carefully , fill in the blanks,and pay attention to the time expressions.

  • The style of Western art has changed____________, while Chinese art has changed________.
  • China,unlike Europe, has followed a ____________________________.
  • This text will describe only a few of the main styles starting _______________________.

many times

less often

similar way of life for a very long time.

from the 5th century AD

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4. During the Middle Ages, the main aim of painters was to____________________

__________________.

5.Things had begun to change ________

_____________

6._______________________,____________________took the place of those that were held in the Middle Ages.

7.One of the most important discoveries ___________________was how to draw things in perspective.

represent religious themes

by the

13th century.

In the Renaissance

new ideas

and values

during this period

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8.The first person to use perspective in his paintings was________________.

9. ____________________________

they were convinced they were looking..

10.____________________, oil paints

were also developed,..

11._____________________,Europe changed a great deal…

Masaccio in 1428

When people first saw his paintings

During the Renaissance

In the late 19th century

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12. ________,most people hated this new style of painting.

13._________________________, the impressionists’ paintings were controversial…

14.__________, there are scores of modern art styles…

15.It is interesting to predict what styles of painting there will be_____

_________

At first

At the time they were created

Nowadays

in

the future.

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Detailed reading

1.Read the passage in details, discuss in groups and fill in the table:

5th -15th AD

Giotto di Bondone

Da Vinci Masaccio

Michelangelo

Laffelo Santi

focus more

on human

15th-16th AD

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Late19th century to20th century

Industrial Revolution and new technologydevelopment

Van Gogh

Monet

Impressionism

Picasso

concentrates on certain qualities of the object full of diversity

Modern art

20th century to today

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2.Read the passage again and do Exercise 2 on Page 3.

1.Western art has changed very little over the last 17 centuries.

2.Painters in the Middle Ages painted mainly religious subjects.

3.Paintings in the Middle Ages were very realistic.

4.Renaissance painters tried to paint things in a realistic

way.

5.Two important discoveries in the Renaissance period were oil paints and drawing in perspective.

6.Impressionists painted their pictures mainly indoors.

7.At first people did not like the impressionists’ paintings.

8.Modern art began with the impressionists.

F

T

F

T

F

T

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Now enjoy some of the very famous arts in the western history, and tell their names ,painters and styles.

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Compare the two paintings

The Renaissance

The Middle Ages

Which is more like human,

more realistic?

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The Renaissance

The Last Supper by Da Vinci

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Impressionism

Water Lilies by Monet

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"These landscapes of water and reflections have became my obsession. They are far beyond my old man powers and despite everything I want to succeed in conveying what I feel. I destroy some... I start over again... And I hope something will finally come from so many efforts."

Claude Monet

Water Lilies by Monet

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Modern art

Head, 1934, by Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), oil on canvas

He explored many different themes, often simultaneously, in different styles and media. He invented new ways of representing modern visual experiences while drawing on the history of art for inspiration.

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Some Chinese paintings

 陈逸飞的《上海滩》

陈逸飞的《多梦时节》

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Questions

What are the differences between the devel-opment of Western art and Chinese art?

The style of Western art has changed many times since the 4th Century AD. Chinese art, on the other hand, has changed less often, and most traditional styles still remain. Art is influenced by the way of life and beliefs of the people. Unlike Europe, China has been united by language, writing, religion (especially Taoism and Buddhism) dynastic rule and the philosophy of Confucianism for a very long time. Also , the past is more valued in China than it is in the West.

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Discussion

1.Predict what styles of painting there will be in the future.

2.What will you paint in the future if you are a painter?

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Homework

1.  Review and retell the text, pay attention to some key words, useful expressions and difficult sentences.

2. Choose one of the above paintings and write a short description of it, including its style, its painter and your understanding.