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  • MF Hussain’s nude Bharatmata Painting
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    • 1. Artful Connections By Shoba Narayan
    • 2. Francis Newton Souza- Birth- $2.5 million Tyeb Mehta- Mahishasura S.H.Raza-Saurashtra-$3.5 mil Gaitonde MF Hussain Amrita Shergil Village Scene
    • 3.  
    • 4.  
    • 5. History of Modern Art
          • Realism
          • Impressionism
          • Expressionism
          • Cubism
          • Fauvism
          • Surrealism
          • De Stijl
          • DADA
          • Bauhaus
          • Abstract Expressionism
    • 6. Core concepts in Modern Art
      • Art movements often were a reaction to the previous one. They had a logic.
      • Some artists epitomized a movement: Picasso and Cubism; Dali and Surrealism.
      • They were reflections of the times. Art is one more way of understanding history.
      • Even though you may not ‘get’ some of the art, they had an inherent philosophy and integrity.
      • Artists think differently from you and I.
    • 7.
      • Baroque Art & Artists
      • Very Realistic
      • Religious
      • Patronized by the Church
      • Carvaggio
      • Peter Paul Rubens
    • 8.
      • Baroque Art & Artists
      • Peter Paul Rubens
      • Adoration
      • Realism
    • 9.
      • Impressionist Art & Artist
      • Not real
      • Based on light
      • Artists’ impressions
      • Soft brush strokes
      • Claude Monet
      • Edgar Degas
      • Pierre-Auguste Renoir
      • Camille Pisarro
      • Mary Cassatt
      • Berthe Morisot
      • Edouard Manet
      • Salon des Refuses
    • 10.  
    • 11. Vincent Van Gogh: most famous Expressionist. Believed that art is an expression of your inner feelings, not outside impressions Starry Starry Nights: song by Don McLean Sunflowers Portrait of Dr. Gachet. Sold for $82.5 million.
    • 12. Edvard Munch: The Scream: Expressionism Wasily Kandinsky: Russian: Composition VII Paul Gauguin: Went off to Tahiti.
    • 13. Fauvism Henri Matisse Wild Beasts Nature Imagination Cubism Pablo Picasso Georges Braque Juan Gris
    • 14. Dada Anti Art Movement Marcel Duchamp’s Urinal No aesthetics Found Object Surrealism Salvador Dali Freud Max Ernst Alberto Giaccometti Bauhaus De Stijl Piet Mondrian Use of three colors Theo van Doesburg Dutch movement
    • 15. JACKSON POLLOCK MARK ROTHKO BARNETT NEWMAN
    • 16. Key Ja LOUISE NEVELSON WILLIAM ‘de KOONING GUSTAV KLIMT
    • 17. Art Today
      • India’s most important artists according to the art market
      • Contemporary Artists
      • Bengal School
      • Progressive Arts School
      • Current artists
    • 18. Art Takeaways
      • When looking at art, don’t worry about what it means
      • Ask yourself instead: Do I like this?
      • Art is about feeling, not analyzing.
      • Just as any specialized field, art too has its own jargon
      • Great works of art can propel you to a different place
      • What constitutes a great work of art? Your call.

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