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  • 1. METHODS OF PRESENTING ART SUBJECTS
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  • 2. Introduction
    Certain methods of presenting arts are employed in order for it to be effective.
    In presenting his subject, the artists uses different methods to express the idea he wants to make clear.
  • 3. Methods in presenting art subjects
    Realism
    Abstraction
    Symbolism
    Fauvism
    Dadaism
    Futurism
    Surrealism
  • 4. Realism
    It is the attempt to portray the subject as is. The artist selects, changes, and arranges details to express the idea he wants to make clear.
    The artist main function is to describe accurately what is observed through the senses.
  • 5. Examples of realism ARTS
    Giora Eshkol (Daydreaming)
  • 6. Willem ClaeszHeda (Banquet Piece with Mince Pie)
  • 7. abstract
    It means to move away or separate. Abstract art moves away from showing things as they really are.
    The art work is not realistic.
  • 8. Types of abstract art
    Distortion. The subject is in misshaped condition.
    Elongation. The subject is lengthened for protraction or extension.
    Mangling, Subjects are either cut, lacerated, mutilated or hacked.
    Cubism. Subjects are shown in basic geometrical shapes.
  • 9. Samples of abstract art
    Mary Capan (Title Unknown)
  • 10. Vincent van Gogh (Starry Night)
  • 11. symbolism
    The presentation of an invisible sign such as an idea or a quality into something visible.
    Author Unknown (Memento Mori)
  • 12. fauvism
    Themes are either ethical, philosophical or psychological. Subjects express comfort, joy or happiness.
  • 13. Japanese Propaganda poster during ww II
  • 14. Dadaism
    A protest movement formed in 1916 by a group of artist in Zurich, Switzerland. They try to provoke the public with outrageous forms of arts.
    Came from the French word “dada” meaning “hobby horse”.
  • 15. Futurism
    Its’ works aims to capture the speed and force of modern industrial society and to glorify the mechanical energy of modern life.
  • 16. surrealism
    Founded in Paris in 1924 by French poet Andre Breton.
    It tries to reveal a new and higher reality than that of daily life. They claim to create a magical world more beautiful than the real one through art.
    It came from the slang of super realism.
  • 17. Gennady Privedentsev (Bird`s Cocktail)
  • 18. Thank Y u!
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