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Analysing and using 'the artist model'

  1. 1. Analysing Artist Models
  2. 2. Level 2/3Analysing and Using the ‘Artist Model’
  3. 3. Antonio TapiesBarry McGee Jean Michel Basquiat
  4. 4. Cy Twombly, ‘Coronation of Sesostris.’Cy Twombly, Crossing
  5. 5. Antonio Tapies Homenatge a joan prats, lithography Antonio Tapies Barry McGee
  6. 6. Using artist models, compare and annotate, similarities & differences:Use headings like:Subject MatterContentMediaTechniqueCompositionColoursLightStyle
  7. 7. Compare & ContrastWilliam Sutton, 1950,‘Nor’wester in theCemetry,’ oil on canvas,152.0 x 183.0 cm
  8. 8. Compare & contrast: Create a word bank using key words Smither, 1969-70, cross for Rita Angus Hotere, 34
  9. 9. EXPLICIT ARTIST MODEL Stanley Palmer
  10. 10. Stanley Palmer
  11. 11. ImplicitColin McCahon
  12. 12. Implicit‘Four Waterfalls’1964, pva onboard, mounted onboard, 63x63 cmColinMcCahon
  13. 13. ExplicitCharles Heaphy, Off Point Jackson, Cook Strait, Part 1, 1848Charles Heaphy, Main Entrance to Queen Charlotte Sound, 1848
  14. 14. ExplicitGregory O’Brien, 1867, Otago Harbour & Peninsula,
  15. 15. Implicit/ExplicitMichel Smither (1969-70) Cross For Rita Angus, oil on board, 77X76
  16. 16. Implicit McCahon, Red & Black Landscape, 1959, enamel paint & sand on hardboard, 673mm x 441mm
  17. 17. Draw this Gregory O’Brien landscape.Gregory O’Brien, 1848, Dunedin Harbour from Flagstaff.
  18. 18. Draw this McCahon landscape. Annotate using formal art terms to describe elements. Colin McCahon, 1958, commercial oil-based paint 8 unstretched canvas panels .
  19. 19. Compare & Contrast, Note similarities & differencesUse formal language:CompositionFormToneColourArtist intentions
  20. 20. Level 3 Analysis page
  21. 21. otiBTowns ©2006

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