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WARM UP 1. What do the following mean in English? 1 . el arte 2. e l mural. El arte. Exploratory Languages I. El Greco. 1541-1614 “The Greek” Born in Greece as Kyriakos Theotokopoulos Changed his name to Domingo Teotocopuli Studied under Titian in Italy. El Greco.

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warm up 1
WARM UP 1
  • What do the following mean in English?

1. el arte

2. el mural

el arte

El arte

Exploratory Languages I

el greco
El Greco
  • 1541-1614 “The Greek”
  • Born in Greece as KyriakosTheotokopoulos
  • Changed his name to Domingo Teotocopuli
  • Studied under Titian in Italy
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El Greco
  • Realistic Mysticism
    • Long bodies
    • Often combined historical, religious and current events
    • Light and delicate: good
    • Dark and bulky: bad
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El Greco
  • The Burial of the Count of Orgaz (1586)
  • View of Toledo (1596-1600)
diego vel zquez
Diego Velázquez
  • 1599-1660
    • Born in Seville, Spain
    • Royal–court artist in Madrid, Spain
    • Greatest Spanish artist of the classical period
    • Father of Spanish Realism
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Diego Velázquez
  • Spanish Realism/Classicism
    • Landscapes, portraits, scenes of historical interest
    • Treated everyone with dignity and respect
    • Used color and light to give life and feeling
diego vel zquez2
Diego Velázquez
  • The Water Carrier of Seville (1619-1620)
  • Infanta Margarita Teresa in a Blue Dress (1659)
francisco de goya
Francisco de Goya
  • 1746-1828
    • Born near Zaragoza, Spain; studied in Italy
    • Created pictures for the Royal Factory of Tapestries, royal-court artist
    • Used art to draw attention to social and political problems (Napoleon’s attempt to conquer Spain)
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Francisco de Goya
  • Rococo
    • Realistic, but not too detailed (scenes of everyday life/portraits)
  • Baroque
    • Expressed feelings by painting in a distorted and grotesque way
francisco de goya2
Francisco de Goya
  • Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga (1784-1792)
  • The Snowstorm (1787)
  • The Young Girls (The Letter) (1813-1820)
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Francisco de Goya
  • Disasters of the War (1810-1820)
  • The Shootings of May Third 1808 (1814)
pablo picasso
Pablo Picasso
  • 1881-1973
    • Best-known Spanish painter of the 20th century
    • Father of Cubism
    • Ballet, acrobats, Spanish Civil War
    • Used art to protest social and political injustice
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Pablo Picasso
  • Classical: realistic
  • Cubism: analysis of the geometry of forms
  • Surrealistic: imaginative scenes
  • Abstract: strange and distorted shapes
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Pablo Picasso
  • The Three Musicians (1921)
  • Harlequin with a guitar (1917)
pablo picasso3
Pablo Picasso
  • Woman with a flower (1932)
  • Guernica (1937)
frida kahlo
Frida Kahlo
  • 1907-1954
    • Born in Mexico
    • Age 6: Polio
    • Age 18: Bus accident
    • Painted portraits of herself to ease her pain and find meaning in life
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Frida Kahlo
  • Surrealistic
    • Imaginative scenes that look more like something from a dream or nightmare
    • Bold way using bright colors and unnatural elements
frida kahlo2
Frida Kahlo
  • Self-Portrait with Monkey (1940)
  • The Little Deer (1946)
diego rivera
Diego Rivera
  • 1886-1957
    • Born in Mexico
    • Studied in France
    • History, education, Mexican customs, Mexican Revolution
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Diego Rivera
  • Muralism
    • Artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other large permanent surface
diego rivera2
Diego Rivera
  • Flower Day (1925)
  • Detroit Industry (1932-1933)
graciela rodo boulanger
Graciela Rodo Boulanger
  • 1935
    • Born in Bolivia
    • UNICEF’s official artist for the International Year of the Child (1979)
    • United Nations chose her for a stamp design
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Graciela Rodo Boulanger
  • Painter
    • Images of happy children
    • Promotes environmental protection
    • Helps endangered species
graciela rodo boulanger2
Graciela Rodo Boulanger
  • Year of the Child (1979)
  • Autour du Monde (2001)
pilar tob n
PilarTobón
  • Contemporary artist
    • From Medellín, Colombia
    • President of World Textile Art in Miami, Florida
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PilarTobón
  • Textile Sculpture
    • Building tapestries with fabric and other objects such as feathers and bronze
    • Cultural tribute to spiritual life and customs of Pre-Columbian peoples
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PilarTobón
  • Renaissance (RenacerPrecolombino)
  • Homenaje a Kimono
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WARM UP 2
  • Name two of the three classical Hispanic artists:

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WARM UP 3
  • Name two of the three modern Hispanic artists:

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WARM UP 4
  • Name the two contemporary artists:

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BONUS
  • List two Hispanic artists and their countries of origin:

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