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  1. Modern Review

  2. Crystal Palace Joseph Paxton Great Exhibition of 1851 Industrial Revolution Cast iron skeleton Glass walls Prefabrication

  3. Eiffel TowerGustave Eiffel1889 Paris Exhibition

  4. Michel-Eugene Chevreul

  5. Seurat Pointillism or Divisionism Optical Mixing Middle Class people/life A Sunday on La Grande Jatte

  6. Gaugin Flat planes of color Colors can represent ideas/emotions (ex. Red as struggle…) Left his kids & wife and moved around (including to TAHITI)

  7. Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?

  8. Van Gogh Color= emotion (ex. Yellow = friendship & hope) Swirling brushstrokes 10 year career

  9. Cezanne Underlying structure Multiple viewpoints Still lifes Mount Saint Victoire Color patches

  10. Symbolism • Don’t imitate nature – create free INTERPRETATIONS of it • Inner Vision • Fantasy world • Technique individual to each artist

  11. Redon The Cyclops

  12. Rousseau The Sleeping Gypsy “naïve painter” Lacked training

  13. Gustave MoreauJupiter and Semele

  14. Munch Norway Forerunner of the Expressionists

  15. Carpeaux (1827-1875) Count Ugolino and His Children More polished (like Neo-Classical) Vivid reality

  16. Rodin (1840-1917) Walking Man “unfinished” style (like impressionists!) - roughly textured surface Inner feeling expressed through the body The Thinker, The Kiss, The Burghers of Calais, Balzac

  17. Louis Sullivan “Father of the Prairie School Movement” Form follows function Birth of Modern Architecture

  18. H.H. Richardson(Sullivan’s Predecessor)Trinity Church, Boston

  19. Richard Morris Hunt • Served the aristocracy • Renaissance & Baroque influences • The Breakers – for Cornelius Vanderbilt II (railroad king) • Looks like a 16th century palazzo

  20. Frank Lloyd Wright Falling Water Bear Run, PA 1934-37 Blend in with the natural site Contrast in textures CANTILEVER construction

  21. Art Nouveau • 1890-1914 • Natural Forms • Organic Forms

  22. The Peacock SkirtAubrey Beardsley

  23. Victor HortaStaircase in the Van Eetvelde House

  24. Tassel HouseBrussels

  25. Antonio Gaudi – Casa Mila - 1905

  26. Gustave KlimtThe Kiss

  27. Matisse Fauvism Non-representational color Based on artist’s feeling

  28. Andre DerainThe Dance

  29. Picasso Blue Period (1901-1904)

  30. Picasso Rose Period (1905-1906)

  31. Gertrude SteinInfluence of Iberian Sculpture

  32. Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1906) Landmark painting that would lead to Cubism

  33. Picasso’s Guernica (1937) • Event from Spanish Civil War in which Fascists bombed innocent civilians • Outraged Picasso painted it for Spanish section of Paris International Exposition of 1937

  34. Georges Braque The Portuguese 1911 Analytic Cubism

  35. Synthetic Cubism* Picasso* Still-Life with Chair- Caning* 1912

  36. Cubist Sculpture

  37. Picasso – Guitar 1912

  38. Archipenko – Woman Combing her Hair1915

  39. Julio GonzalezWoman Combing her Hair1930-33

  40. Futurism • 1909-1916 • Motion & speed • Lines of force

  41. Giacomo Balla – Dynamics of a Dog on a Leash

  42. Dynamism of a Soccer Player - Boccioni

  43. Russian Constructivism 1913-32 Soviet Art Tatlin Monument to the Third International

  44. Precisionism 1915-1930 Simplified Forms Border between representation & abstraction Charles Sheeler River Rouge Plant

  45. Charles DemuthMy Egypt

  46. Georgia O’Keeffe

  47. YOU’RE INVITED! WHAT: The Armory Show WHO: Impressionists, Post-Impressionists, Fauves, Cubists WHEN: Feb. 1913 WHERE: National Guard Armory, Lexington Street, New York City