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INTRODUCTION TO ART AND ARCHITECTURE

ART HISTORY

Ar. RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
ART
• THE CONSCIENCE USE OF SKILL,CRAFT
AND CREATIVE IMAGINATION, IN THE
PRODUCTION OF WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL,
APPEALING OR OF ...
EARLY ART – CAVE PAINTINGS

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Egyptian Mural

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WALL PAINTING IN INTERIOR

EGYPT
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RELIEFS
RELIEF: SCULPTING/CAURVING 3D OVER A 2D FRAME

Low Relief

High Relief
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Sculpture as Structural Member

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PEDIMENTAL RELIEFS
ENTABULATURE

PARTHENON - GREECE

HIGH RELIEFS AS DECORATIVE ELEMENTS IN THE ENTABULATURE
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COLOURED BRICK MURAL

BABYLONIA

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ART _ ISMS

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MICHELANGELO

1475 – 1564
Italy
Movement : High Renaissance
Expertise: sculpture, painting, architecture, and
poetry

Ar.R...
•

Michelangelo's Pietà, a depiction of the body of Jesus on
the lap of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion, was
carved ...
Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel;
the work took approximately four years to complete (1508–1512).
Am...
Michelangelo designed the dome of St. Peter's Basilica, although it was unfinished when he died.
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LEONARDO DA VINCI
1452 – 1519
Italy
Movement: High Renaissance
Expertise: Many and diverse fields of arts and
sciences
ana...
Da Vinci Paintings

Virgin of the Rocks for the
Confraternity
of
the
Immaculate Conception

The Last Supper for the
monast...
Da vinci - Monalisa

• Atmospheric Perspective
• Still Life / Realism
• Impressionism

Mona Lisa or La Gioconda(1503–1505/...
Da Vinci’s Analytical Works

study of a foetus in the womb (c. 1510)
Leonardo's theorising and hypothesising ,integrated t...
Vitruvian Man 1847

Canon of Proportions / Proportions of Man

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The Anthropometry

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Engineering Concepts
• Helicopter,
• A tank,
•

Concentrated solar power,

• A calculator,
• Outlined a rudimentary theory...
REALISM
• Realism represents figures and objects exactly as they act or
appear in life.

Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
IMPRESSIONISM

Impressionism. They found many of their subjects in life around them
rather than in history, which was the ...
IMPRESSIONISM

Hard brush strokes
 Attaining required color by laying of the respective hues independently
 Predominant...
CLAUDE MONET

•

1840 – 1928

•

France

•

Movement: Impressionism

•

Working Fields: Painting, Printmaking,
(Litho)

Ar...
Monet Art Works

Impression, Sunrise

Water Lillies

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ÉDOUARD MANET
•

1832 – 1883

•

France

•

Movements:Realism,
Impressonism

•

Working Fields: Painting, Print
Making

•
...
Monet’s masterpieces

The Luncheon on the Grass (Le déjeuner sur
l'herbe), 1863

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The Barricade (Civ...
ROMANTICISM

DRAMATIC REPRESENTIATION OF SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND
ISSUES
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VINCENT VAN GOGH
•

1853 – 1890

•

France

•

Movements: Post – Impressionism

•

Working Fields: Painter, woodcuts, Lith...
Van Gogh’s Paintings

Sunflowers

The Starry Night
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ALBRECHT DURER

1471 – 1528
Italy
Working Fields: Engraving - painting - woodcuts

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ART TECHNIQUE

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Masterpieces

Rabbit
Painting
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Melancholia
Engraving
Masterpieces

Christopher
Engraving

Prayer
Engraving
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PABLO PICASSO
•

1881 – 1973

•
•

Spain
Movements: Impressionism –
Expressionism – Cubism – Surrealism
- Collage – Abstra...
CUBISM
• Cubism is an art form derived from modernism and said to be
invented by Pablo Picasso who invented a new style of...
Picasso - Paintings

Dora Maar au Chat,
1941
Cubism

Massacre in Korea, 1951
Expressionism
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Picasso – Working Styles

Three Musicians (1921)
Analytical Cubism
Oil on Canvas

Baboon and Young (1951)
Expressionism/Cu...
Picasso – “GUERNICA”

Guernica, (1937)
Expressionism –Cubism - Post-Moderrnism – Surrealistic Abstract
Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYA...
Violin and Palette
George Braque

CUBISM
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EXPRESSIONISM
Chief Function of Art was to
express their intense feelings
to the World,

The Scream, 1893
Edvard Munch
Ar....
SALVADOR DALÍ
Surrealism, which is inspired by writings of Freud, seeks ways of accessing
the unconscious mind.

•

1904 –...
Dali - Masterpiece
 The
Persistence
of
Memory which introduced
a surrealistic image of soft,
melting pocket watches.
 Th...
FRIDA KAHLO

•

1907 -1954

•

Mexico

•

Movements: Surrealism

•

Expertise: Painter

Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
Frida - Masterpiece

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HENRY MOORE

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POP ART

Art as a Communication Medium by best making use of the contemporary
popular characters/celebrities etc.,
Ar.RAVI...
ART n ARCHITECTURE

Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
BOROQUE Style

BAROQUE STYLE = {ART+ARCHITECTURE+SCULPTURE}
Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
ISLAMIC ART

Calligraphy

 ARCHES
GARDENS
 SCREENS & JALIES

Miniature Paintings
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ISLAMIC CONTRIBUTIONS

MARBLE STONE SCREEN AS
WINDOW

CAURVED CALLIGRAPHY ON A
RELIGIOUS BUILDING
Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
[(SCULPTURE)ARCHITECTURE]

AN EMPHISIZED NODE WITH A
SCULPTURE AS A PART OF
PUBLIC / CIVIC ARCHITECTURE

SCULPTURE AS A FO...
CONTEMPORARY ART &
ARCHITECTURE

Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
A THING OF BEAUTY IS JOY FOREVER ……
- JOHN KEATS

Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
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  1. 1. INTRODUCTION TO ART AND ARCHITECTURE ART HISTORY Ar. RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  2. 2. ART • THE CONSCIENCE USE OF SKILL,CRAFT AND CREATIVE IMAGINATION, IN THE PRODUCTION OF WHAT IS BEAUTIFUL, APPEALING OR OF MORE THAN ORDINARY SIGNIFICANCE. A VISUAL DICTIONARY OF ARCHITECTURE – D.K.CHING Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  3. 3. EARLY ART – CAVE PAINTINGS Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  4. 4. Egyptian Mural Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  5. 5. WALL PAINTING IN INTERIOR EGYPT Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  6. 6. RELIEFS RELIEF: SCULPTING/CAURVING 3D OVER A 2D FRAME Low Relief High Relief Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  7. 7. Sculpture as Structural Member Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  8. 8. PEDIMENTAL RELIEFS ENTABULATURE PARTHENON - GREECE HIGH RELIEFS AS DECORATIVE ELEMENTS IN THE ENTABULATURE Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  9. 9. COLOURED BRICK MURAL BABYLONIA Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  10. 10. ART _ ISMS Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  11. 11. MICHELANGELO 1475 – 1564 Italy Movement : High Renaissance Expertise: sculpture, painting, architecture, and poetry Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  12. 12. • Michelangelo's Pietà, a depiction of the body of Jesus on the lap of his mother Mary after the Crucifixion, was carved in 1499 The Statue of David, completed by Michelangelo  in 1504, is one of the most renowned works of the  Renaissance. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  13. 13. Michelangelo painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel; the work took approximately four years to complete (1508–1512). Among the most famous paintings on the ceiling are the Creation of Adam, Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, the Great Flood Sistine Chapel ceiling Sistine Chapel ceiling Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  14. 14. Michelangelo designed the dome of St. Peter's Basilica, although it was unfinished when he died. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  15. 15. LEONARDO DA VINCI 1452 – 1519 Italy Movement: High Renaissance Expertise: Many and diverse fields of arts and sciences anatomy, civil engineering, optics, and hydrodynamics Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  16. 16. Da Vinci Paintings Virgin of the Rocks for the Confraternity of the Immaculate Conception The Last Supper for the monastery of Santa Maria delle Grazie Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  17. 17. Da vinci - Monalisa • Atmospheric Perspective • Still Life / Realism • Impressionism Mona Lisa or La Gioconda(1503–1505/1507)—Louvre, Paris, France Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  18. 18. Da Vinci’s Analytical Works study of a foetus in the womb (c. 1510) Leonardo's theorising and hypothesising ,integrated the arts and particularly painting; these, and his unique integrated - holistic views of science make him a forerunner of modern systems theory and complexity schools of thought. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  19. 19. Vitruvian Man 1847 Canon of Proportions / Proportions of Man Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  20. 20. The Anthropometry Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  21. 21. Engineering Concepts • Helicopter, • A tank, • Concentrated solar power, • A calculator, • Outlined a rudimentary theory of plate tectonics. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  22. 22. REALISM • Realism represents figures and objects exactly as they act or appear in life. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  23. 23. IMPRESSIONISM Impressionism. They found many of their subjects in life around them rather than in history, which was the accepted source of subject matter. Ar. RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  24. 24. IMPRESSIONISM Hard brush strokes  Attaining required color by laying of the respective hues independently  Predominant use of primary colors Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  25. 25. CLAUDE MONET • 1840 – 1928 • France • Movement: Impressionism • Working Fields: Painting, Printmaking, (Litho) Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  26. 26. Monet Art Works Impression, Sunrise Water Lillies Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  27. 27. ÉDOUARD MANET • 1832 – 1883 • France • Movements:Realism, Impressonism • Working Fields: Painting, Print Making • MasterPiece: The Luncheon on the Grass (Le déjeuner sur l'herbe), 1863 Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  28. 28. Monet’s masterpieces The Luncheon on the Grass (Le déjeuner sur l'herbe), 1863 Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA The Barricade (Civil War),
  29. 29. ROMANTICISM DRAMATIC REPRESENTIATION OF SOCIOLOGICAL ASPECTS AND ISSUES Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  30. 30. VINCENT VAN GOGH • 1853 – 1890 • France • Movements: Post – Impressionism • Working Fields: Painter, woodcuts, Litho • Masterpieces: – Sunflowers – The Starry night Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  31. 31. Van Gogh’s Paintings Sunflowers The Starry Night Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  32. 32. ALBRECHT DURER 1471 – 1528 Italy Working Fields: Engraving - painting - woodcuts Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  33. 33. ART TECHNIQUE Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  34. 34. Masterpieces Rabbit Painting Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA Melancholia Engraving
  35. 35. Masterpieces Christopher Engraving Prayer Engraving Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  36. 36. PABLO PICASSO • 1881 – 1973 • • Spain Movements: Impressionism – Expressionism – Cubism – Surrealism - Collage – Abstract/Post Modernism • Expertize: Painting, Drawing, Sculpture, Printmaking, Ceramics “Art is a lie that makes us realize the truth” Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  37. 37. CUBISM • Cubism is an art form derived from modernism and said to be invented by Pablo Picasso who invented a new style of painting, focusing mainly on line rather than color. • Picasso does violence to the human form by means of radical simplifications, arbitrary and harsh color combinations, and extreme distortions of human anatomy and proportions. The paintings space, moreover, does not conform to the logic of perspective, the traditional system for portraying depth in a picture, and is so fragmented that it is difficult to read clearly. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  38. 38. Picasso - Paintings Dora Maar au Chat, 1941 Cubism Massacre in Korea, 1951 Expressionism Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  39. 39. Picasso – Working Styles Three Musicians (1921) Analytical Cubism Oil on Canvas Baboon and Young (1951) Expressionism/Cubism Sculpture Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  40. 40. Picasso – “GUERNICA” Guernica, (1937) Expressionism –Cubism - Post-Moderrnism – Surrealistic Abstract Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  41. 41. Violin and Palette George Braque CUBISM Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  42. 42. EXPRESSIONISM Chief Function of Art was to express their intense feelings to the World, The Scream, 1893 Edvard Munch Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  43. 43. SALVADOR DALÍ Surrealism, which is inspired by writings of Freud, seeks ways of accessing the unconscious mind. • 1904 – 1989 • Spain • Movements: Cubism – Dada – Surrealism Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  44. 44. Dali - Masterpiece  The Persistence of Memory which introduced a surrealistic image of soft, melting pocket watches.  The general interpretation of the work is that the soft watches are a rejection of the assumption that time is rigid or deterministic. The Persistence of Memory, 1931 Surrealism  This idea is supported by other images in the work, such as the wide expanding landscape, and the other limp watches, shown being devoured by ants Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  45. 45. FRIDA KAHLO • 1907 -1954 • Mexico • Movements: Surrealism • Expertise: Painter Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  46. 46. Frida - Masterpiece Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  47. 47. HENRY MOORE Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  48. 48. POP ART Art as a Communication Medium by best making use of the contemporary popular characters/celebrities etc., Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  49. 49. ART n ARCHITECTURE Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  50. 50. BOROQUE Style BAROQUE STYLE = {ART+ARCHITECTURE+SCULPTURE} Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  51. 51. ISLAMIC ART Calligraphy  ARCHES GARDENS  SCREENS & JALIES Miniature Paintings Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  52. 52. ISLAMIC CONTRIBUTIONS MARBLE STONE SCREEN AS WINDOW CAURVED CALLIGRAPHY ON A RELIGIOUS BUILDING Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  53. 53. [(SCULPTURE)ARCHITECTURE] AN EMPHISIZED NODE WITH A SCULPTURE AS A PART OF PUBLIC / CIVIC ARCHITECTURE SCULPTURE AS A FOCAL POINT WITHIN A COURTYARD OF A BUILDING HAVING INTRICATELY CAURVED WOODEN JALEE FAÇADE. Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  54. 54. CONTEMPORARY ART & ARCHITECTURE Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
  55. 55. A THING OF BEAUTY IS JOY FOREVER …… - JOHN KEATS Ar.RAVINDRA PATNAYAKA
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