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Art Appreciation-Chapter22
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Art Appreciation-Chapter22
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Art Appreciation-Chapter22
Art Appreciation-Chapter22
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  • Friends of American Art Collection. 1930.934. © The Art Institute of Chicago/© Figge Art Museum, successors to the Estate of Nan Wood Graham/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.
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    • 1. Between World Wars Chapter 22
    • 2. DADA
      • Began as a protest to the horrors of WWI
      • Dada was a rallying cry with an ambiguous meaning
    • 3. Hannah Hoch
    • 4. Hannah Hoch
    • 5. Surrealism
      • These artist did not like the modern reliance on science
      • They focused on the importance of dreams, fantasies, and hallucinations
    • 6. Salvador Dali
    • 7. Salvador Dali
    • 8. Salvador Dali
      • Painted his nightmares
      • Highly realistic yet improbable
      • Extremely high academic technique of untraditional subject matter
    • 9. Renee Magritte
    • 10. Renee Magritte
    • 11. American Regionalism
      • Coincided with the depression era
      • Local subject matter
    • 12. Grant Wood. American Gothic . 1930. 29-1/4" × 24-1/2". 74.3 × 62.4 cm. Copyright ©2011, ©2009 Pearson Prentice Hall Inc.
    • 13. American Gothic
      • Crisp and realistic in style
      • Inspired by a house built by a local carpenter in what he thought was a rendition of Gothic architecture

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