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Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
Art i  power point project description
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Art i  power point project description
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  • 1. Art I Art History PowerPoint Project A. Select an Artist
  • 2. Stylistic Category/Period: Renaissance Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci
  • 3. Michelangelo
  • 4. Leonardo da Vinci
  • 5. Stylistic Category/Period: Baroque Caravaggio Artemesia Gentileschi Rembrandt
  • 6. Caravaggio
  • 7. Artemesia Gentilischi
  • 8. Rembrandt
  • 9. Stylistic Category/Period: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Claude Monet Mary Cassatt Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh
  • 10. Claude Monet
  • 11. Mary Cassatt
  • 12. Georges Seurat
  • 13. Vincent Van Gogh
  • 14. Stylistic Category/Period: Expressionism Constantin Brancusi Edvard Munch
  • 15. Constantin Brancusi
  • 16. Edvard Munch
  • 17. Stylistic Category/Period: Surrealism Salvador Dali Rene Magritte
  • 18. Salvador Dali
  • 19. Rene Magritte
  • 20. Master of Many 20 th Century Styles: Pablo Picasso If you choose Picasso identify each artwork with the appropriate style in which he worked: Blue Period Cubism Rose Period 20 th Century Neoclassic
  • 21. Pablo Picasso
  • 22. Pablo Picasso
  • 23. Stylistic Category/Period: Pop Art Roy Lichtenstein Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol
  • 24. Roy Lichtenstein 80 x 68 inches 48 x 48 inches 48 x 48 inches 48 x 48 inches
  • 25. Claes Oldenburg
  • 26. Andy Warhol
  • 27. Stylistic Category/Period: Organic Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 28. Frank Lloyd Wright
  • 29. Study this SAMPLE POWERPOINT PROJECT B. Create a PowerPoint Presentation
  • 30. Jan Vermeer Beetle Bailey Art I 2 nd Period March 1, 2008
  • 31. Cette période est caractérisée par un art mettant en scène des classes “moyennes” dans la vie quotidienne. Le style ourgeois Baroque 1600-1700
  • 32. Date de naissance : 1632 Date de mort: 1675 Lieu de naissance : Delft, Hollande A propos de l’Artiste : Jan Vermeer
  • 33. Interesting Facts About Vermeer <ul><li>Il vécut à Delft, en Hollande et voyagea seul </li></ul><ul><li>Il peignit seulement 35 à 40 tableaux et devint célèbre seulement 300 ans après sa mort. </li></ul><ul><li>Il gagna sa vie en étant rentier et propriétaire d’une gallerie de peinture. </li></ul><ul><li>Il a eu 15 enfants. </li></ul><ul><li>Il utilisait une chambre noire pour dessiner ses </li></ul><ul><li>Compositions. </li></ul>
  • 34. Officer with a Laughing Girl c. 1657 Oil on canvas This map and room appears in many of Vermeer’s paintings.
  • 35. View of Delft Oil on Canvas 1659-60 <ul><li>This is one of Vermeer’s few landscape pictures. </li></ul><ul><li>It was painted looking through an inverted telescope! </li></ul>
  • 36. Young Woman with a Water Jug 1660-62 Oil on canvas This is the first Vermeer painting to become part of an American collection.
  • 37. Girl with a Pearl Earring 1665 Oil on Canvas <ul><li>This painting inspired a 1999 novel, Girl With a Pearl Earring, , about a modest Dutch maid who becomes a model for the painter Johannes Vermeer. </li></ul><ul><li>The book was made into a movie in 2003 starring Scarlet Johannson and Colin Firth. </li></ul>
  • 38. The Art of Painting 1665-67 Oil on canvas, This may be a self portrait of Vermeer, but no one knows for certain.
  • 39. This painting is signed twice, but probably not by the artist! The Geographer c. 1668 Oil on canvas,
  • 40. References http://www.essentialvermeer.com/camera_obscura/co_two.html (February 19, 2008) www.wga.hu (February 19, 2008) www.artlex.com (February 19, 2008)
  • 41. C. General Guidelines … Barbara Hepworth English, 1903- ... 512 x 484 pixels - 15k - jpg www.tate.org.uk
  • 42. <ul><li>Image Size is Important </li></ul><ul><li>When doing an image search look for pixel size. </li></ul><ul><li>Best images have at least one dimension between 500 pixels and 1000 pixels . </li></ul>… Barbara Hepworth English, 1903- ... 512 x 484 pixels - 15k - jpg www.tate.org.uk
  • 43. Image Size is Important 128 x 121 pixels 70 x 66 pixels 512 x 484 pixels AVOID ENLARGING
  • 44. 630 x 523 pixels Example of Image Size
  • 45. 600 x 900 pixels Example of Image Size
  • 46. Examples of Easy to Read Fonts: Arial Times New Roman Comic Sans Veranda Bradley Hand ITC Examples of Difficult to Read Fonts: Curlz Cursive Gigi French Script <ul><li>As much as possible use the font sizes in the template. </li></ul><ul><li>You may change them if necessary. </li></ul><ul><li>You may change font style, HOWEVER, follow these guidelines. </li></ul>Font 18 Font 20 Font 24 Font 32 Font 40 Font 16 Font 14
  • 47. Your text should be “bulleted” not written in paragraph format , because sometimes paragraphs can be too long and the information is hard to sort out. There should be .5 lines between paragraphs and they should be tabbed. Keep things clean and simple. <ul><li>Your text should be “bulleted” </li></ul><ul><li>Do not write in paragraphs </li></ul><ul><li>The information is hard to sort out. </li></ul><ul><li>There should be .5 lines between paragraphs and they should be tabbed. </li></ul><ul><li>Keep things clean and simple. </li></ul><ul><li>Your text should be “bulleted” </li></ul><ul><li>. Do not write in paragraphs. </li></ul><ul><li>The information is not easy to sort out. </li></ul><ul><li>There should be .5 lines between tabbed paragraphs </li></ul><ul><li>Keep things clean and simple . </li></ul>Compare different presentations of same info
  • 48. DO NOT USE ANIMATION!
  • 49. DO NOT USE MOTION PATHS!
  • 50. You may use background colors, but they should not clash or conflict with your images. Background colors should not be bright colors (yellow, orange, red, etc.). Neutral colors are good (like this tan). Use ONLY ONE background in your presentation.
  • 51. You may use background colors. They should not clash or conflict with your images. Background colors should not be bright colors (yellow, orange, red, etc.)
  • 52. You may use background colors. Background colors range from very light to dark (use white letters if you use a dark background).

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