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Pil-educational art software designed by Miss Munrakhan


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  • 1. -Gustav Courbet-Ruben Sadot-leonardo.D.Vinci-Picasso- JacksonPollock
  • 2. Roman painting relies in large part on the preservation of artifacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum and particularly mural painting which waspreserved after the eruption of Vesuvius.
  • 3. Triumphal Paintings
  • 4. Leonardo Di Ser Piero Da Vinci
  • 5. PABLO PICASSOBorn: 1881Died: 1907Origin: Spanish Back to Artist
  • 6.  Analytic cubism is a style of painting Picasso developed along with Georges Braque using monochrome brownish and neutral colours. Cubism, an important abstract art movement in the early 1900s, attempts to show the subject matter from many viewpoints using an abstracted form and random angles. His works “Les Demoiselles dAvignon”, one of his earliest cubist pieces and arguably one of the best, is a fantastic example of the artistic genre. Les Demoiselles dAvignon
  • 7. Pablo PicassoPablo Diego José Francisco de Paula JuanNepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de laSantísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso, known as PabloPicasso (25 October 1881 – 8 April 1973), was aSpanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist,and stage designer.Born in the city of Málaga in the Andalusianregion of Spain, he was the first child of DonJosé Ruiz y Blasco and María Picasso y López.
  • 8. Optical Art is a mathematically-themed formof Abstract art, which uses repetition ofsimple forms and colors to create vibratingeffects, moiré patterns, foreground-background confusion, an exaggerated senseof depth, and other visual effects.
  • 9. RealismLaura Shechter “Still Life With Blue Cloth”
  • 10. History of realism:Realism finds its origins somewhere around the secondhalf of the 19th century , mainly from 1830 to 1840 .Among its main principles, realism establishes itself as away of thought more than a movement in a specificgenre. It seeks to express an object, a scene or even asubject
  • 11. What Defines Realism Art Work:Realism art work can most probably be described as anartistic Endeavour to imitate nature with the use of apaintbrush.
  • 12. Famous Painters:Like all other artistic movements, realism also hadits own prominent front runners. First and probablyforemost among these is Gustave Courbet.
  • 13. Gustav Courbet [1819-1877]
  • 14. Paintings of Gustav Courbet:1.
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  • 16. Another prominent member of the realismmovement was Marie Rosalie Bonheur.Bonheur was unable to attend art school becauseat that time priority was given to male. So shewas educated by her father RaimondBonheur, a famous landscape painter.
  • 17. Marie Rosalie Bonheur [1822-2011]
  • 18. Paintings of Marie Rosalie Bonheur:
  • 19. oHugo Montero is the last of the first generation ofspray paint artists to still be producing this genre in theUnited States. Montero,first paintedthe major innovators in front of o Ruben “Sadot” Fernandez one of (experimentally in public) ofthe technique, soon moved to the streetsits La Zona Rosa Ruben his studio but was influenced by of originator (1982)Sadot Fernandez (known as Sadot) in Mexico City’sZona Rosa in the early 1980s. Sadot, who died in1988, would never have imagined that his freestylecreation would become a worldwide phenomenon with oneor more artists producing some form of his invention inalmost every major city.
  • 20. o Graffiti is writingobjects like stencils, creating different styles or•Stencil - Using definite or drawings scribbled, scratched,of graffiti gets simpler. By using spray cans, the evolved picture is still sprayed a random image,abut by holding a stencil against in awallconsidered as illicitly on wall or other surface the public place.and by merely spraying it, you can acquire a much more elaboratedpicture. In minimum time, a stencil graffiti style can be thrown upo Graffiti ranges from simple written words to elaboratecreating two or three layers of intricate pattern which you can quicklycolor. paintings, and has existed since ancient times. wall
  • 21. IntroductionSpray paint also known as aerosol paint must have been an objectthat was created without any idea of what it would create.
  • 22. DefinitionoSpray paint is a type of paint that comes in asealed pressurized container and is released in afine spray mist when depressing a valve button.o Compared to conventional brush methods ofpainting, spray painting is faster and provides amore uniform application.
  • 23. Styles of Graffiti and Techniques To Employ •Throw-ups - Throw-ups is an artwork, not nearly as elaborate as a piece, but•Tag - Tagging is used as the done very quickly and repeatedly. to render created by using few colors and are basic form of calligraphy an artists name in a uniform color. Graffiti tags are often spotted onthe New York City subway trains and many freeways surrounding thecity. Tags are created by spray paints, sketch pens or even markers.
  • 24. •Wild-Style - Wild-style uplifts a work piece. It is honourably popularized even more by the graffiti artists•Heaven - Heaven!and Zephyr in New York City. give us a like Tracy 168 By the name itself, does not This stylefeeling which writing implies the usethe arrows, spikes, curves of graffiti is anywhere touching of earth-level. In fact,it elevates our imagination to also interlocks different letters and connecting points and a very high level location. Wellthats right! These graffiti image. are scrawled on the tops of and designs to yield an stylestall buildings, houses or even on freeway hoardings.
  • 25. Back to slide 3 Paul Jackson born on January 28 1912, also known as Pollock, Jackson (1912-56). American painter, Jackson Pollock was an influential American painter and a major figure in the abstract expressionist the commanding figure of the Abstract movement. He was well known for his uniquely defined style of drip painting. Expressionist movement. During his lifetime, Pollock enjoyed considerable fame He began to study painting in 1929 at the Art and notoriety. He was regarded as a mostly reclusive Students League, New York, under the 1945, he artist. He had a volatile personality. In Regionalist painter onLee career and whohis legacy. an married the artist Thomas Hart Benton. During important influence his Krasner, on became the 1930s he worked in the in an alcohol-related car Pollock died at the age of 44 manner of the Regionalists,December 1956, the year thehis death, accident. In being influenced also by of he was given a memorial retrospective exhibition at Mexican muralist painters (Orozco, Rivera, the Museum of Modern Art(MoMA) in New York City. Siqueiros) Pollock certain aspects of Surrealism. In 2000, and by was the subject of an Academy Award-winning film Pollock directed by and starring Ed Harris.
  • 26.  During an unparalleled period of creativity from the late 1940s to the early 50s, Pollock abandoned the conventional tools and methods of the painter putting aside brushes, artist’s paint and traditional composition and poured and flung house paint directliy onto large canvases placed on the floor. Inspired by the work of earlier modern artists that he admired such as Pablo Picasso and Joan miro, Pollock painting has had an enormous impact onto contemporary at up to the present day.
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  • 28. QUEST 1-3 QUEST 4-6
  • 29. 1. Pablo Picasso, the famous cubist painter, was from thespanish origin. True False2. Marie Rosalie Bonheur was a prominent member of theOptical art Movement. True False3. Graffiti is writing or drawings scribbled, scratched, orsprayed illicitly on a wall or other surface in a publicplace.. True False More Questions...
  • 30. 4. Realism art work can most probably be described as anartistic Endeavour to imitate nature with the use of apaintbrush. True False 5. Roman painting relies in large part on the preservation of artifacts from Pompeii and Herculaneum. True False6. Les Demoiselles D’avignon, was a painting of LeonardoDa Vinci. True False End of Questions...
  • 31. QUEST 1-3 QUEST 4-6