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    12 non obj-abstract with proj obj 12 non obj-abstract with proj obj Presentation Transcript

    • Focus on Balance, Movement, and Emphasis
    • Courbet, Artist’sStudio, 1855.
    • E. Alice Austen.1888.
    •  Wassily Kandinsky was born in Moscow in 1866, and studied art in Munich. In 1909, after a trip to Paris during which he was introduced to the works of the Fauve artists Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, Andre Dérain and Maurice de Vlaminck, his paintings became more highly colored and loosely organized. Around 1913 he began working on paintings that came to be considered the first totally abstract works in modern art; for they made no reference to or described objects in the physical world.
    • Improvisation.Ladies in Crinolines.
    • Untitled.
    • Circles.
    • Circles.
    • Several Circles.
    •  1872 – 1944, Born in Holland. painter who was an important leader in the development of modern abstract art and a major exponent of the Dutch abstract- art movement known as De Stijl (“The Style”). In his mature paintings, Mondrian used the simplest combinations of straight lines, right angles, primary colours, and black, white, and gray. The resulting works possess an extreme formal purity that embodies the artist’s spiritual belief in a harmonious cosmos.
    • Tree. And still, Tree. (1912)
    • Composition in Red.Broadway Boogie-Woogie.
    • Around 1. Around 2.
    •  A German citizen, Klee was born in Münchenbuchsee, near Bern, Switzerland, on December 18, 1879, and in 1898 moved to Munich, where he studied art at a private school and at the Munich Academy. He grew up in a musical family and was himself a violinist. Swiss painter, watercolorist, and etcher, who was one of the most original masters of modern art. Belonging to no specific art movement, he created works known for their fantastic dream images, wit, and imagination.
    • Harbor.
    • Viaduct. Highway.
    • Chess.
    • Project  Use your value spheres from the firstObjectives unit to create either a non-objectiveEQ: How can an composition or an abstract compositionartist create with the following:meaning through  A composition with Visual Movementabstraction andnon-object based on Balancepainting?  An obvious area of Emphasis  A color scheme that completes the composition  Creative use of shape  Good collage construction