Artistoftheweek 1st sem

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Artistoftheweek 1st sem

  1. 1. artist of the week
  2. 2. Bridget Riley
  3. 3. Bridget Riley •Loss
  4. 4. Andy Warhol
  5. 5. Andy Warhol •Marylin 1962
  6. 6. Edward Hopper
  7. 7. Edward Hopper •Chop Suey
  8. 8. 5
  9. 9. Raphael School of Athens
  10. 10. Raphael School of Athens
  11. 11. Vincent Van Gogh
  12. 12. Vincent Van Gogh • Cafe Terrace at Night
  13. 13. 8
  14. 14. 9
  15. 15. Jacques-Louis David
  16. 16. Jacques-Louis David Death of Socrates
  17. 17. High Key
  18. 18. High Key • Paintings containing mostly light values
  19. 19. High Key • Paintings containing mostly light values • Creates positive feelings; spontaneous.
  20. 20. Low Key
  21. 21. Low Key • Painting containing mostly dark values
  22. 22. Low Key • Painting containing mostly dark values • Creates dark and somber feeling; seriousness
  23. 23. Low Contrast
  24. 24. • Low Contrast Art that has mostly middle values with few light and dark values
  25. 25. Low Contrast • Art that has mostly middle values with few light and dark values • Creates a calm, serene effect
  26. 26. High Contrast Georgia O’Keefe “Sunspots” 19
  27. 27. High Contrast mostly • Art that hasand dark light values values but few middle values Georgia O’Keefe “Sunspots” 19
  28. 28. High Contrast mostly • Art that hasand dark light values values but few middle values • Creates very dramatic effect; eye catching Georgia O’Keefe “Sunspots” 19
  29. 29. CHIAROSCURO The use of strong contrast of light and dark. It is the gradual transition of values, which produces the effect of modeling.
  30. 30. Edvard Munch ‘SelfPortrait’ 16
  31. 31. Edger Degas
  32. 32. Edger Degas •The Absinthe Drinker
  33. 33. Jan Vermeer
  34. 34. Jan Vermeer
  35. 35. Jan Vermeer
  36. 36. Jan Vermeer •The Music Lesson
  37. 37. Jan Vermeer •The Music Lesson
  38. 38. Salvador Dali
  39. 39. Salvador Dali • Metamorphosis Of Narcissus
  40. 40. Salvador Dali • Metamorphosis Of Narcissus
  41. 41. 1. Artist___________ 2. Title____________

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