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11th, PPP European Vanguards, bim2, 2011

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  • 1. EuropeanVanguards
  • 2. What are the “vanguards”?• The term “vanguard” comes from the french expression avant-garde, a military term that refers to the front of the army, the ones who are part of the first line of the squad. The avant-garde are the first to advance when exploring or in battle.• In art, we refer to “vanguards” to a series of historical movements that took place in the beginning of the 20th century. These movements searched for innovation in artistic production and creation. These artists were radical in form and in content; they explored the relationship between art and life; and tried to re-invent art by confronting it to previous movements.
  • 3. Impressionism
  • 4. Camille Pissarro 1830- 1903 Francia
  • 5. Claude Monet 1840- 1926 Francia
  • 6. Edgar Degas1834- 1917 Francia
  • 7. Edouard Manet 1832- 1883 Francia
  • 8. Pierre- August Renoir 1841- 1919 Francia
  • 9. Post-Impressionism
  • 10. George Seurat 1859- 1891 Francia
  • 11. Henri Matisse 1869- 1954 Francia
  • 12. Paul Cezanne 1839- 1906 Francia
  • 13. Paul Gaugin1848- 1903 Francia
  • 14. Vincent Van Gogh 1853- 1890 Paises Bajos
  • 15. Modernism
  • 16. Antoní Gaudí 1852- 1926 EspañaArchitecture
  • 17. Publicity
  • 18. Symbolism
  • 19. Gustav Klimt1862- 1918 Austria
  • 20. Expressionism
  • 21. Amadeo Modigliani 1884- 1920 Italia
  • 22. Edvard Munch 1863- 1944 Noruega
  • 23. Franz Marc1880- 1916 Alemania
  • 24. Marc Chagall1887- 1985 Francia,origen Ruso
  • 25. Cubism
  • 26. Pablo Ruiz Picasso1881- 1973 España
  • 27. George Braque 1882- 1963 Francia
  • 28. Surrealism
  • 29. GiuseppeArchimboldo 1527- 1593 Italia
  • 30. San Juan Bosco 1815- 1888 Italia
  • 31. M.C. Escher1898- 1972Paises Bajos
  • 32. Rene Magritte 1898- 1967 Bélgica
  • 33. Salvador Dalí 1904- 1989 España
  • 34. Abstract Art
  • 35. Wassily Kandinsky 1866- 1944 Rusia
  • 36. Piet Mondrian1872- 1944 Holanda
  • 37. Paul Klee1879- 1940 Alemania
  • 38. AbstractExpressionism
  • 39. Mark Rothko 1903- 1970Estados Unidos
  • 40. Jackson Pollock 1912- 1956Estados UnidosAction Painting
  • 41. Willem De Kooning 1904- 1997 Estados Unidos Action Painting

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