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  1. Purposes OF VISUAL ARTS

  2. I can explain how art fulfills a variety of purposes

  3. “Great art reveals the spirit of the age that produced it.”– Lewis & Lewis, The Power of Art

  4. Artistic Expression Narrative Ceremonial Functional PERSUASIVE

  5. Artworks created to support worship ceremonies (rituals and celebrations). Ceremonial Illuminated Manuscripts Sand Mandala

  6. Artistic Expression Artworks to express or communicate emotions, ideas, feelings, or to decorate objects. Pablo Picasso, Three Musicians,1921 Salvador Dali, Persistence of Memory, 1931

  7. Narrative Artworks that tell stories, describe and illustrate experiences, communicate information, or document historical events. Gentile daFabriano, Adoration of the Magi, 1423 Dorothea Lange, Migrant Mother, 1936

  8. Functional Artistic objects used in everyday life

  9. PERSUASIVE Artworks that promote ideas, philosophies, or products. J. Howard Miller, We Can Do It, 1918

  10. Artworks created to support worship ceremonies (rituals and celebrations). Artistic Expression Artworks to express or communicate emotions, ideas, feelings, or to decorate objects. Narrative Artworks that tell stories, describe and illustrate experiences, communicate information, or document historical events. Ceremonial Functional Artistic objects used in everyday life PERSUASIVE Artworks that promote ideas, philosophies, or products.

  11. Please select the correct artistic Purpose for each of the following images.

  12. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory, 1931

  13. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE

  14. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Dorothea Lange,Japanese American Children Pledging Allegiance, 1942

  15. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE James Montgomery Flagg, I Want You, 1916-1917

  16. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE

  17. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Leonardo daVinci, The Last Supper, 1495-98

  18. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Claude Monet, House of Parliament, London, Sun Breaking Through The Fog, 1904

  19. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Robert Raughenburg, Monogram, 1955-9

  20. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE

  21. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE

  22. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE

  23. CEREMONIAL Artistic Expression Narrative Functional PERSUASIVE Sir John Everett Millais , Spring (Apple Bloossoms), 1859