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  1. 2012 Fine Art 1. Sense of Place

  2. Question 1: Sense of Place Many artists create work inspired by their feelings for particular places. The Camden Town Group recorded everyday scenes of urban life. Photographers John Davies and Raymond Moore responded to the starkness of both urban and industrial landscapes. Chris Drury and Andy Goldsworthy work with materials found in the natural environment. Research appropriate sources and produce your own response to one of the following: • Urban landscape • Industrial landscape • Natural environment

  3. Camden Town Group 1911-1913 • The members of the Camden Town Group included Walter Sickert, Harold Gilman, Spencer Frederick Gore, Lucien Pissarro (the son of French Impressionist painter Camille Pissarro), Wyndham Lewis, Walter Bayes, J.B. Manson, Robert Bevan, Augustus John, Henry Lamb, and Charles Ginner. • Influences include Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin • Showed London life before and during World War 1

  4. Camden Town Group – Charles Ginner

  5. Harold Gilman

  6. Wyndham Lewis

  7. John Davies - Photographer

  8. John Davies

  9. Raymond Moore

  10. Chris Drury – taking things out of nature and making them into art

  11. Andy Goldworthy –working with nature

  12. Other artists – Van Gogh

  13. Other artists – Robert Delaunay

  14. Who is this good for • Those who like photography and would enjoy collecting a series of images before using paint/drawing • Those who enjoy drawing and painting buildings • Those who have a particular ‘favourite place’ that they want to focus on

  15. What do you do next • Select which option you are doing. • Look at the suggested artists but also at other artists who focus on your chosen area • Research your artist/s and make a pastiche of a piece of their work you like • Analyse the artist’s work and the piece you have copied.