Still life for d&p

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  • 1. Still-life
    A still life is a work of art depicting mostly inanimate subject matter, typically commonplace objects which may be either natural (food, flowers, plants, rocks, or shells) or man-made (drinking glasses, books, vases, jewelry, coins, pipes, and so on) in an artificial setting.
  • 2. Still-leven: Dutch for motionless objects.
    Pre-Renaissance art had objects as simple background for grand paintings generally of a religious nature.
    When objects appeared they were meant to give meaning and were chosen for the symbolic nature.
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  • 4. 17th Century Europe
    Vermeer
    Bruegal
  • 5. American
    John Singleton Copley’s Paul Revere
  • 6. The Peales
    Charles Wilson Peale
  • 7. His Offspring
    Rembrandt Peale
  • 8. Raphael
  • 9. James Peale
  • 10. James Peale’s Offspring
    Sarah Peale
  • 11. Anna Claypool Peale
  • 12. Margaretta Angelica Peale
  • 13. Charles Wilson Peale
  • 14. 19th century French
    Cezanne
    Gauguin
  • 15. Matesse
    VanGogh
  • 16. Bonnard
    Vuillard
  • 17. Vuillard
  • 18. Picasso
  • 19. Gris
    Braque
  • 20. Kahlo
    Rivera
  • 21. Georgia Okeefe.
    Photo-realist: Audrey Flack
  • 22. Warhol
  • 23. Thumbnails
    Matesse
    Cezanne
  • 24. High School Still Life
  • 25. A Different Approach
  • 26.
  • 27. AP Portfolio work
  • 28. DAIJ Critique
    James Peale brother of Charles Wilson Peale.
    Maryland 1749 to 1831
    Still life and miniature painter.
    Still Life, oil on Panel. James Peale. C. 1824