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    • SELF-PORTRAIT
    • PAUL GAUGUIN
      • A Self- Portrait is a
      • re presentation
      • of an artist,
      • painted
    • Drawn,
      • KATE KOLLWITZ
    • LOR ENZO GHIBERTI
      • Sculpted, or
      • photographed
      CINDY SHERMAN
    • ADAM KRAFT
      • Although self- portraits have been made by artists since the earliest times, it is not until the early
    • FILIPPO LIPPI
      • Renaissance in the mid 15th century, that artists can be frecuently identified depicting
      • themselves as either the main subject, or as
    • LAS MENINAS
      • important characters included in a larger work, or a grou p portrait
    • VELÁZQUEZ AS HIMSELF
    • THE THREE WISE MEN ADORATION
    • SANDRO BOTTICCELLI AS AN ADORATOR
    • RESURRECTION
    • PIERO DE LA FRANCESCA AS A SLEEPING SOLDIER
    • A RTEMISIA GENTILESCHI
      • A lot of artists, specially women artists, showed themselves in the act of painting, or at least holding a Brush and a
      • palette.
    • MARIE-DENISE VILLERS
    • VINCENT VAN GOGH
    • JUDITH LEYSTER
    • MARIE BASHKIRTSEFF
    • NORMAN ROCK WELL
    • SOFONISBA ANGUISSOLA
    • ANGELIKA KAUFFMANN
    • FRANCISCO DE GOYA
    • Women who worked as artists were usually painters´ daughters, so they taught them the profession, but normally they were not admitted in Art Schools or Academies, so they had to paint without living models. So it was difficult for them to paint historical, mythical or religious compositions .
    • As a result of this, they focused on portraits . And they understood self- portraits, as a way to revindicate their value as artists.
    • Anyway, both men and women used to paint themselves as you have seen. In fact there are some artists that made a lot of self portraits, as REMBRANDT:
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    • ELISABETH VIGEÉ LEBRUN
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    • And there are a rtists w ho base d their pictorical works on their portraits, for example FRIDA KHALO:
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    • VINCENT VAN GOGH
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    • And CINDY SHERMAN
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      • Why did these three artists represented themselves so many times?
      • All of them have chosen this gender to communicate and give their messagges through art, but why?
      • Each one has different reasons.
      • Now you have to look for information about their lives, and prepare a Powerpoint or Photostory explaining those reasons. (work in small groups).
      • You will have to present it to the class.
      • Remember to mention:
      • why you choose this artist,
      • which is your favourite painting and explain its meaning, or what colors are employed to paint it , and the moment of the artist´s life when it was made…(each member of the team has to explain it in class)
      • POWERPOINT BY
      • ELENA MIRANDA ÁLVAREZ