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  1. Studio Arts 12 Artists of the 20th Century Created by Alison Smith, # 26494047 for UBC Course EDCI 396C, David Brear, Instructor. October 7, 2004

  2. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  3. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Artist is content with the natural appearance of things as the starting point for interpretation

  4. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Artist is content with the natural appearance of things as the starting point for interpretation • Artist doesn’t merely copy the appearance of subjects

  5. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Artist is content with the natural appearance of things as the starting point for interpretation • Artist doesn’t merely copy the appearance of subjects • May modify to imitate nature

  6. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Artist is content with the natural appearance of things as the starting point for interpretation • Artist doesn’t merely copy the appearance of subjects • May modify to imitate nature • May offer almost photographic interpretation

  7. Realism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Artist is content with the natural appearance of things as the starting point for interpretation • Artist doesn’t merely copy the appearance of subjects • May modify to imitate nature • May offer almost photographic interpretation • No matter how much artist modifies nature, viewer can still conceive of the objects in reality

  8. Expressionism Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  9. Expressionism • Is the distortion of form and colour for emotional interpretation Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  10. Expressionism • Is the distortion of form and colour for emotional interpretation • Artist’s work is individualized Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  11. Expressionism • Is the distortion of form and colour for emotional interpretation • Artist’s work is individualized • Artist is more interested in probing his/her own soul than in reflecting the world of ideas Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  12. Expressionism • Is the distortion of form and colour for emotional interpretation • Artist’s work is individualized • Artist is more interested in probing his/her own soul than in reflecting the world of ideas • More interested in explaining a mood or inner world than in revealing a harmony in the world Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  13. Expressionism • Is the distortion of form and colour for emotional interpretation • Artist’s work is individualized • Artist is more interested in probing his/her own soul than in reflecting the world of ideas • More interested in explaining a mood or inner world than in revealing a harmony in the world • Artist paints images so exaggerated or distorted that he takes viewers into a world of emotion and feeling Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  14. Artists Studied Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Munch, Edvard (1863 - 1944)Carr, Emily (1871 – 1945) Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Picasso, Pablo (1881- 1973) Schwitters, Kurt (1887 – 1948) O’Keefe, Georgia (1887 – 1986) Dali, Salvador (1904 – 1989) Kahlo, Frida (1910 – 1954) Lichenstein, Roy (1923 - 1997) Rauschenberg, Robert (1925 - ) Warhol, Andy (1930 – 1987) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  15. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  16. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese

  17. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese • Inspired by potential of combining design and composition

  18. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese • Inspired by potential of combining design and composition • Human figure was made exotic by patterns and colour

  19. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese • Inspired by potential of combining design and composition • Human figure was made exotic by patterns and colour • Travelled to Italy and influenced by mosaics of the 9th century

  20. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese • Inspired by potential of combining design and composition • Human figure was made exotic by patterns and colour • Travelled to Italy and influenced by mosaics of the 9th century • Wanted to free art from copying reality

  21. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Viennese • Inspired by potential of combining design and composition • Human figure was made exotic by patterns and colour • Travelled to Italy and influenced by mosaics of the 9th century • Wanted to free art from copying reality • Work had powerful form, symbolic content and sexual themes

  22. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  23. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened

  24. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened • Human form becomes part of arrangement composed on picture plane

  25. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened • Human form becomes part of arrangement composed on picture plane • Human figure is made exotic by patterns and colours in background

  26. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened • Human form becomes part of arrangement composed on picture plane • Human figure is made exotic by patterns and colours in background • Liked flat decorative patterns of gold design

  27. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened • Human form becomes part of arrangement composed on picture plane • Human figure is made exotic by patterns and colours in background • Liked flat decorative patterns of gold design • Work sometimes explored cycles of love, death and birth

  28. Klimt, Gustav (1862 – 1918) Judith (1901) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • 3D of human figure is flattened • Human form becomes part of arrangement composed on picture plane • Human figure is made exotic by patterns and colours in background • Liked flat decorative patterns of gold design • Work sometimes explored cycles of love, death and birth • Challenged tradition of separating decorative and fine arts

  29. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  30. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist

  31. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist • Painter and writer

  32. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist • Painter and writer • First prominent Canadian woman artist

  33. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist • Painter and writer • First prominent Canadian woman artist • Strong interest in native cultures and traditions

  34. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist • Painter and writer • First prominent Canadian woman artist • Strong interest in native cultures and traditions • Carr changed the way Canadians view the rugged grandness of the forest landscapes of the British Columbian coast

  35. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • West coast Canadian artist • Painter and writer • First prominent Canadian woman artist • Strong interest in native cultures and traditions • Carr changed the way Canadians view the rugged grandness of the forest landscapes of the British Columbian coast • Emily was deeply moved by the work of the Group of Seven

  36. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918)Self Portrait - 1938 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  37. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918)Self Portrait - 1938 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Most notable work focused on two themes: • -Material presence of aboriginal culture of the past • -Distinctive landscape of West coast Canada

  38. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918)Self Portrait - 1938 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Most notable work focused on two themes: • -Material presence of aboriginal culture of the past • -Distinctive landscape of West coast Canada • Painted bold, formalized compositions

  39. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918)Self Portrait - 1938 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Most notable work focused on two themes: • -Material presence of aboriginal culture of the past • -Distinctive landscape of West coast Canada • Painted bold, formalized compositions • Paintings freely express large rhythms of western forests, driftwood tossed beaches, expansive skies

  40. Carr, Emily (1862 – 1918)Self Portrait - 1938 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Most notable work focused on two themes: • -Material presence of aboriginal culture of the past • -Distinctive landscape of West coast Canada • Painted bold, formalized compositions • Paintings freely express large rhythms of western forests, driftwood tossed beaches, expansive skies • Recognized as first Canadian feminist – independent and strong-willed

  41. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  42. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) • He created a distinct approach to portraying rugged Canadian landscapes Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  43. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) • He created a distinct approach to portraying rugged Canadian landscapes • His early career was spent as a commercial artist at Grip Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  44. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) • He created a distinct approach to portraying rugged Canadian landscapes • His early career was spent as a commercial artist at Grip • Thomson was an avid outdoorsman and Algonquin Park was his favourite place to paint Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  45. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) • He created a distinct approach to portraying rugged Canadian landscapes • His early career was spent as a commercial artist at Grip • Thomson was an avid outdoorsman and Algonquin Park was his favourite place to paint • His work inspired other artists to explore this region Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  46. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) • He created a distinct approach to portraying rugged Canadian landscapes • His early career was spent as a commercial artist at Grip • Thomson was an avid outdoorsman and Algonquin Park was his favourite place to paint • His work inspired other artists to explore this region • Thomson's brief but prolific career as an artist came to a premature end when he drowned in Canoe Lake in 1917 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  47. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Algonquin - 1915 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century

  48. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Algonquin - 1915 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Close identification with the wilderness

  49. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Algonquin - 1915 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Close identification with the wilderness • True style of exact observation and spirited execution

  50. Thomson, Tom (1877 – 1917) Algonquin - 1915 Studio Arts 12: Artists of the 20th Century • Close identification with the wilderness • True style of exact observation and spirited execution • Discovered a new approach to record the light of Canada and the shapes and forms of its landscapes