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Examples of the human figure in art. Examples focus on western painting and drawing and how form, line, colour, medium & pose can evoke emotion.

Examples of the human figure in art. Examples focus on western painting and drawing and how form, line, colour, medium & pose can evoke emotion.

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  • 1. examples of TheHuman Figurein Art(Western Art: paint, pencil, pastel)
  • 2. When viewing artwork, orcreating your own...
  • 3. ...consider howform, line, colourand medium canevoke emotionand/or tell astory.
  • 4. Look at the following works of art that depictthe human figure.
  • 5. How was form,line, colour,medium andpose used toconvey emotion?
  • 6. Select artists orworks of art that inspire you.What is it about the piece that draws you in?
  • 7. Critically analysethe work andattempt to use itas inspiration inyour own work.
  • 8. Remember, don’t simply mimic. Transform itwith your own ideas.
  • 9. “Female Figure”Filippo Lippi1430
  • 10. “Study of Three Male Figures (after Raphael)” Michelangelo
  • 11. “Dead Christ, mourned by the virgin, a pious woman and Saint John Apostle” Andrea Mantegna 1480
  • 12. “The Birth of Venus” Sandro Botticelli c. 1486
  • 13. “Venus of Urbino” Titian 1538
  • 14. “The Painter and the Art Lover”Pieter Bruegel the Elder1565(engraving)
  • 15. “David with the Head of Goliath” Caravaggio 1609-1610
  • 16. “Four Figures at Table” Le Nain brothers c.1635
  • 17. “Study for the Adulteress: half figure with folded arms, from Guercino” Giovanni Battista Piranesi
  • 18. “Seated Nude Figure”Pierre-Paul PrudhonBorn: April 4, 1758, ClunyDied: February 16, 1823
  • 19. “Half-figure of a Bather”Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres 1807
  • 20. “Grande Odalisque”Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres 1814
  • 21. “Portrait of Juliette Courbet as a Child” Gustave Courbet 1841
  • 22. “The Birth of Venus” Alexandre Cabanel 1863
  • 23. “En un café o La Absenta” Edgar Degas 1873
  • 24. “Little Girl ina Blue Armchair” Mary Cassatt 1878
  • 25. “Two Ballet Dancers” Edgar Degas c.1879
  • 26. “A Female Figure Resting (Dolce far Niente)” Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema 1882
  • 27. “Sien, Sewing, Half-Figure”Vincent van Gogh1883
  • 28. “La Toilette (Woman Combing Her Hair)” Edgar Degas c. 1884-1886
  • 29. “Back of a Male Figure”William Merritt Chase1885
  • 30. “Portrait of the Postman Joseph Roulin” Vincent Van Gogh 1888
  • 31. “Seated Dancer in Pink Tights”Henri Toulouse-Lautrec1890
  • 32. “What’s New?” Paul Gauguin 1892
  • 33. “The Scream”Edvard Munch 1893
  • 34. “Two Figures”Pablo Picasso1904
  • 35. “Self-Portrait”Marie Laurencin 1906
  • 36. “Portrait of Fritza Riedler”Gustav Klimt1906
  • 37. “Portrait of Adele Bloch- Bauer 1” Gustav Klimt 1907
  • 38. Egon SchieleBorn: June 12, 1890, TullnDied: October 31, 1918
  • 39. “Les Demoiselles dAvignon” Pablo Picasso 1907
  • 40. “Eve”Henri Rousseau1907
  • 41. “Portrait of Alexander Sakharoff” Jawlensky Sakharoff 1909
  • 42. “The Dancer” “Back”Andre Derain Andre Derainc.1910
  • 43. “Crouching Figure (Valerie Neuzil)”Egon Schiele1913
  • 44. “Border woman figure in blue Gwand” Ferdinand Hodler 1915
  • 45. “Portrait of Enric Cristòfol Ricart”Joan Miró1917
  • 46. "Nudo coricato di spalle" Amedeo Modigliani 1917
  • 47. “Figure in Scutari Carpet”Henri Matisse1922
  • 48. “Female Figures”Aleksandr Deyneka 1923
  • 49. “Figure at a Window”Salvador Dali1925
  • 50. “Study of a figure for Hell” John Singer SargentBorn: January 12, 1856, Florence Died: April 14, 1925
  • 51. “The Waiting Room” Norman Rockwell c. 1937
  • 52. “Seated figure (male classical)”Willem de Kooning1939
  • 53. “The Two Fridas” Frida Kahlo 1939
  • 54. “Figure”Yiannis Moralis1951
  • 55. “Figure”Yiannis Moralis 1951
  • 56. “Reclining Nude” Raoul DufyBorn: June 3, 1877, Le Havre Died: March 23, 1953
  • 57. “Morning Sun”Edward Hopper 1952
  • 58. “Study after Velazquezs Portrait ofPope Innocent X”Francis Bacon1953
  • 59. “Excursion Into Philosophy” Edward Hopper 1959
  • 60. “Figure with Bare Arms” Lucian Freud 1961
  • 61. “Portrait of the Artists Mother,Mrs Laura Hockney, Bradford”David Hockney1972
  • 62. “Two Figures with a Cat” Leland Bell c. 1980
  • 63. “St. Joe Louis SurroundedSnake”Jean-Michel Basquiat1982
  • 64. “Existers”Gilbert & George 1984
  • 65. “Drawing for Monica with Matisse” Tom Wesselman 1986
  • 66. “Paraja Ballando”Fernando Botero1987
  • 67. “Give the People What They Want” Marlene Dumas 1992
  • 68. “Bride” (Pastel)Paula Rego1994
  • 69. “Pauline”Gary Hume1996
  • 70. “Mist II”Paula Rego 1996
  • 71. “Water Painting”Gary Hume1999
  • 72. Remember: form,line, colour,medium & posecan evokeemotion.
  • 73. (for educational purposes)