Artist Project 09

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Artist Project 09

  1. 1. The Artist Project CyberArts 2009 Grade Six Skills used in this project: Internet Research Note-taking in Windows Journal Cloning in Imageblender Presentation in PowerPoint File management on the server
  2. 2. oHe was born in Paris on July 19, 1834 oHe died on September 27, 1917 oHe first studied law then he went and studied art in Italy oFirst he painted historical paintings of different objects then Edouard Manet introduced him to impressionism oHe works with Oil, Chalk, Watercolor, Pastels, Pencil, Etching, and Photography o When he went into impressionism he mostly painted ballerinas oSome of his famous works of art oPrima Ballerina oDancer at the Photographers oDance class oBallet Rehearsal on set
  3. 3. The Scream Ashes His art is pessimistic and he was influenced by French painters that he met when he went to Paris in 1885. Edvard Munch Born: December, 12, 1863 Vampire Died: January, 23, 1944 Born in: Loten Norway Grew up in Christiania (Now Oslo). His parents, sister and brother died when he was young.
  4. 4. Original Painting Picture of me Me in the Scream
  5. 5. Henri de Toulouse Lautrec Henri de Toulouse Lautrec was born in 1864 and died in 1901.he died from to much alcohol. He was born in Albi, France. He was home schooled. He lived in Albi for eighteen years then moved to France to study the city life and paint. When Henri was twelve he broke his leg. When he was fourteen he broke his other leg. They both failed to heal and had stout legs from then on. He liked to paint the city life such as, nightclubs, racetracks, circuses, and dance halls. He influenced himself to paint. What impresses me about his art work is that its beautiful with all the detail and how he paints everyday life.
  6. 6. Jasper Johns Jasper Johns was born on May 15, 1930 in Augusta, Georgia. He grew up in South Carolina. For a brief period, he went to the University of South Carolina. As for his paintings, he used non- traditional utensils. He used materials such as wax, canvas, and oil. His first painting was called “Flag”. His work was mostly abstract. Jasper Johns is still alive.
  7. 7. • Born October 9th • Died October 9th • Went to art school • Originally wanted to be an artist • • • in the Beatles lead singer and rhythm guitar. • married twice and stayed married to Yoko Ono.
  8. 8. Austin john lennon
  9. 9. • He was born in Liozna, Russia in July 7th 1887. • mostly drew paintings and sometimes stain glass • He was influenced from pictures in his childhood and pictures in the bible • Marc Chagall died March 28th 1985 • He was the oldest out of his 9 siblings. • Marc lived in a very poor house when he was growing up
  10. 10. The Blue Violinist By Marc Chagall
  11. 11. She was born in Pennsylvania in Mary Cassatt 1844. when she became an adult she moved to France. She was befriended by Edgar Degas. She first started to draw self portraits. She mostly used paints. One of her most famous painting was called “Mother combing Sara’s hair”. She died in 1926
  12. 12. Norman Rockwell by Maggiewas born on 2/3/1894 - Norman Rockwell Dowd - First artwork he ever did was made four Christmas cards - He went to the National Academy of Design - He also went to the Art Students League in 1910 - His first real job was illustrating a series of books called “ Tell Me Why Stories”. - He became the official publication for “ Boy’s Life” - He made paintings for many magazines, and at the age of 22 he did his first ” “Saturday Evening Post” cover - He got married in 1928 and then again in 1930 ( because he got devorced) - He kept painting and made 31 more covers for magazines, but on 11/8/1978 Norman Rockwell died
  13. 13. Original / Picture / Cropped
  14. 14. Will Grant - Pablo Picasso was born in 1881 in Malaga, Spain. Pablo was a cubist artist. -Some of his really famous paintings were Three Musicians and the Old Guitarist. He went to the school of fine arts. Pablo died in 1973
  15. 15. The Old Guitarist
  16. 16. Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain. He lived from 1881 to 1973. He studied in Barcelona, Spain. His first work of art was when he was nine years old and it didn’t have a name. He was also a VERY strong Pacifist. That is where he got his inspiration.
  17. 17. Paul Mcartney Paul Mccartney got most of his fame through his musical career with The Beatles and his solo band Wings. He also had few popular paintings. Paul Mccartney Was born on June 18 1942 in Liverpool England. He is till alive today and still touring.
  18. 18. Vincent Van Gogh – Cut off his ear – Watercolor paintings – Brother influenced him – Potato Eaters first great piece – Starry Night, Stormy Night, Before and After, Sunflower, Potato Eaters – Sadness was his painting theme, Very mentally ill. – There is a big museum with his artwork in it. – An unknown artist when alive. – Truly loved art more then himself. – Was in financial trouble no one would buy his paintings. – Most determined artist ever.
  19. 19. Colin Vincent Van Gogh
  20. 20. Pablo Picasso He grew up in Malaga were he attended the local art school, La He was born on October 25 Llotja. And he was convicted of 1881, in Malaga, Spain. He died stealing the Mona Lisa on April 15 1915.
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  22. 22. Andy Warhol
  23. 23. Mary Stevenson Cassatt (May 22,1844 -June 14,1926) was an American painter and printmaker. She was born in Allegheny City ,PA. She was born under favorable circumstances, her father a successful stockbroker. Her family opposed to her dreams of being an artist. She lived much of her life in France. That is were she made her first painting, A mandolin player. Cassatt pronounced ca –sat was an impressionist and often created images of the social and private lives of women, with particular emphasis on the intimate bonds between women and children.
  24. 24. Roy Lichtenstein was an amazing pop artist. He was born in Manhattan, New York on October 27th, 1923 and died of pneumonia on September 29th, 1973. He mostly worked with oil and magna paint to create his works of art. He won many awards like the National Medal of the arts, Washington D.C. in 1995. One of his most famous works is Girl With Ribbon in Her Hair.
  25. 25. Roy Lichtenstein enjoyed showing peoples emotion that’s why he painted this painting.
  26. 26. Pablo Picasso Pablo Diego JoséPablo Diego José Francisco de Paula Juan Francisco de Paula Juan Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano Nepomuceno María de los Remedios Cipriano de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso. de la Santísima Trinidad Ruiz y Picasso.
  27. 27. Edvard was born in Oslo Norway. He had an artist education. He Usually painted on canvass. Edvard Munch usually painted very sad scary paintings. But I chose one of his only happy paintings. He was born in 1863 and died in 1944. His paintings were all sad because when he was very young his sister died.
  28. 28. David Hockney was He went to the born on July 9, 1937 in Bradford College of Art Bradford, England. and the Royal College of art. He does British Pop are and photo collage
  29. 29. Jules Olitski • Born in Gomel, Russia in March 27, 1922. • Died in February 4, 2007. • Grew up in New York. • Went to art school. • Held 150 1 man exhibitions. • He did modern abstract art. • His paintings showed joy.
  30. 30. Jacob inserted into “Cleopatra’s Flesh”
  31. 31. Alexander Calder • Alexander Calder lived from July 22, 1898 to November 11, 1976. As a child, his family moved around a lot for his parents’ work. • He created mobiles and sculptures. Alexander Calder’s materials included wire, leather, and cloth. His first piece was Cirque Calder. Calder was inspired by modernists in Paris. Some of his famous works include Red Mobile, Man, the Crab, Flamingo, and many others. In Calder’s work he wanted to express joy, making his pieces fun to look at, whimsical. In 1952, Calder won Grand Prize for XXVI Biennale de Venezia for a sculpture. He also won first prize in Romht and Haas Plexiglass Sculpture Competition. • I like how his work is delicate and bold at the same time. I like the materials Calder used.
  32. 32. Standing Mobile Camera Picture Original Picture Cloned Picture
  33. 33. Claude Claude Monet was and still is a famous painter. Monet He used pastels and liked to paint landscapes. His most famous paintings are Bassin aux Nympheas, Garden at Giverny and Bridge at Argenteuil. He had a wife and two childern who all died befor him. With his bad eye sight he keeped painting he made many different versions of Bassin aux Nympheas. •Born November 14,1840 in Paris, France •Moved to Le Havre at age 5 •1869 tried to commit suicide •1907 discovers his eye problems •1923 nearly blind •1926 died of lung cancer
  34. 34. Madame monet and her son Monet painted this picture of his wife and his son while they were in their garden.
  35. 35. Self Portrait Leonardo DaVinci He was born in Vinci, Italy, in 1452. He lived there for 11 years, then moved to Florence and began training with a man named Verricchio. After a couple of years, Verricchio allowed Leonardo to help him on a painting called “The Baptism of Christ.” After his training, he moved to Milan. There, he worked on “Lady With an Ermine.” Then he moved back to Florence and worked on the “Mona Lisa.” He then moved back to Milan. After moving to Rome, then France, he died in 1519. Last Supper Lady With an Ermine Mona Lisa
  36. 36. Picture Final Product Self Portrait
  37. 37. •He lived in New York fore most of his life •He was influenced by europium realists •A famous painting was gas ( left) •His first painting was la pavolan de flora •Edward Hopper ( July 22 1882 - May 15 1962) went to art school in New York state
  38. 38. Leonardo Da Vinci was born in Vinci, Italy on April 15, 1452. He died in 1519. He couldn’t get a good education because his parents got divorced. He was influenced by the real world. He was an artist, an inventor, a scientist and an engineer. He created paintings, chalk drawings, sculptures and many more. His state of mind was romance and religion. His most famous works of art is the Mona Lisa and The Last Supper. An interesting fact about Da Vinci is he wrote in mirror writing, which is backwards. He had an incredible imagination.
  39. 39. Basic Info • Elaine Dixon was born in Macon, Georgia 11/5/1931 • She died in St, Albans Vermont on 3/14/2005 • She went to collage at age 16 • She did all kinds of art like sketching, painting, and portraits • She was never very famous but people who knew her have her artwork in there houses
  40. 40. • Leonardo Da Vinci was a very influential man. He was an inventor, engineer, mathematician, sculptor, architect, scientist, writer and many more things. • He was born April 15, 1452 and died May 2, 1519. He was born in Vinci, Italy. Leonardo was educated with a famous artist from 1466-1476. He mostly did paintings and drawings, but did sculptures. He was influenced by the real world and his most famous painting is the Mona Lisa.
  41. 41. Vincent Van Gogh Vincent van Gogh was born in the Netherlands in 1853. Vincent liked to use paints and pencils of all kinds when he worked. Vincent's first and maybe most known painting is the potato eaters (seen as background). Van Gogh expressed sadness in his work. Sadly his life ended in 1890 at the age of 37.
  42. 42. Edvard Munch • He Lived in Norway and America • He had the Scream and the Madonna paintings stolen twice • He was born 12 011863 in Norway
  43. 43. “If you want to know all about Andy Worhol, just look at one of my paintings and my films and there’s me. There's nothing behind it.” Andy Worhol really -Andy Worhol He used Pop Art, didn’t get influenced, and did silk he just influenced screen paintings others. and made films, like Chelsea Girls. Pop Art is an art movement from the 1950’s that used common images from everyday life in their art
  44. 44. Me Original New
  45. 45. Ansel Adams • Born Feb,20,1902 and died April,22, 1984 • Lived in San Francisco, CA for all of his life • Earthquake and fire in 1906 severely broke his nose •He was a former professional pianist and it was intended for his job • A fan of nature and takes mostly nature pictures
  46. 46. Fernando Botero Fernando Botero was born in Columia on April 19 1932. After attending a Jesuit school in Mendell , he was sent to a school for Matators in 1944 for two years. He first exibited in 1948 with many other artists from the Region. He painted for the El Columbia (National Columbian Newspaper). Botero got inspiration from Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and Jos. Botero moved to Bogot in 1951. In 1953 Botero moved to Barcelona Spain where he studied at the Academia de san fernando in Madrid. In 1953 Botero moved to Paris. Botero then studied the works of the rennaisance. Fernando Botero later became one of the worlds most original artists and sculptors.
  47. 47.  Born in Vinci, Italy  Born April 15, 1452 Leonardo Da Vinci Brooke Downey  Died may 2, The Last Supper 1519  Painted over 30 paintings  Type of art The Mona Lisa painted – renaissance  Some paintings: Mona Lisa, the last supper, The Vitruvian Man The Musician, hearing horse, the virgin of the rocks The Vitruvian Man  Wasn’t influenced by many people
  48. 48. + = Title: The Mona Lisa It was made from 1503-1506
  49. 49. Claude Monet was one of the most well known French painters of the 40nineteenth century he was born in France in the year 1840. He was the founder of impressionists paintings. He traveled all through Europe and parts of Africa making . Tragically in 1926
  50. 50. Me in the picture
  51. 51. • Georgia O’Keeffe was born November 15, 1887 and grew up in Virginia and lived in New Mexico as an adult. •As a child Georgia’s parents enrolled her in art lessons. •She was a modernist artist and when she moved to New Mexico she was inspired by New Mexico’s bleak but colorful landscapes •She painted by using few stroked and colors. •She secured her artwork by painting in 12th century culture. •Georgia was one of the most important artist of the 20th century.
  52. 52. Jackson Pollock • Jackson Pollock (January 28 1912-August 11 1956) was a famous American painter. He grew up in California but moved around a lot. He didn’t go to college. He used splatter paint as a style of art. He was influenced by his high school teacher and his first pieces of work were sculptures. His most famous piece of work was called male and female. He was in self denial and sadly he died at a young age in a car crash.
  53. 53. Claude Monet painted landscapes and tried to capture the changing light. He set up many easels and went back and forth to each one as the light changed. Water Water Lily lilies pond Claude Monet lived from 1840 through 1926. Monet first lived in Northern Seaport L Havre but in 1859 moved to Paris. Monet refused to go to the school his parents wanted him to. Instead he spent most of his time in local cafes. Monet studied with Eugene Boudin who introduced him to landscape.
  54. 54. On the beach at Trouville
  55. 55. Edgar Degas (Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas ) was born on July 19th 1834 in Paris France. One of the most famous French impressionists. Most of Degas work was oil or pastels on canvas. His favorite things to paint were dancers and horses, although he painted many other things. Degas is MOST famous for his work on dancers. When he worked on painting dancers he would go to a local dance company and paint there. Although he painted dancers dancing he LOVED to paint dancers reading the newspaper, sewing there ribbons, adjusting straps ect… When Degas was older he began loosing his eyesight. When he could barely see he began using clay, using clay with very little eyesight he created one of his most famous pieces; The Little Dancer of fourteen.
  56. 56. By:Emma!! Born: February 13 1891 Died:February 12 1942 Died because of cancer Grant Wood was known for his picture of American gothic.
  57. 57. Mary Cassatt Mary Cassatt was born on May 22, 1844. In her early life she lived in Allegheny Pennsylvania. She began education at age six. She was inspired by her parents to become an artist. She began painting classes and then later on went t to Pennsylvania School Of Fine Arts. self portrait
  58. 58. Mary Cassatt La After college Mary decided to move to France to keep toilette perusing art. She decided to become a impressionist and worked with paint. She enjoyed painting about mother daughter bonds and the social lives of women. Her first piece of artwork was after the bull fight. Her most famous artwork was The Cup of Tea, Self portrait. Sadly Mary Cassette passed away June 14, 1928.
  59. 59. The Mother Sewing Before After
  60. 60. Leonardo Da Vinci Hersh Bhargava Leonardo Da Vinci, one of the most famed artists in the history of the world was a renowned painter from Vinci, Italy. He was born in the year of 1452 in mid April. He studied with the Florentine Verrocchio for ten years. His first famous painting was the “Baptism of Christ”. Da vinci was not only a great artist. He was a great inventor, innovator, scientist, and biologist
  61. 61. Cloned Image: The last supper The last supper was one of the first paintings by Da Vinci
  62. 62. Paul Cezanne Pyramid of Skulls Clayton Jacques • Born on January 19, 1839, in the town of Aix-en-Provence in France and lived there for 19 years • His education included College Bourbon in Aix-en-Provence and Academe Suisse in Paris • His style was post-impressionism that influenced many modern artists and used paint as his medium • Early in his painting career created dark and depressing art, but later in life used brighter colors for a happier Hortense art style. Fiquet in a • Paul Cezanne died on October 22, Striped Skirt 1906 and never won any awards throughout his entire life
  63. 63. The Card Players The picture that I cloned myself into was Paul Cezanne’s The Card Players. I used a picture of myself taken in class in the position of my chosen person, and then cloned my face onto his face. The original picture, my picture, and then the final result are all show here.
  64. 64. Sandro Botticelli By, Hatch Jasper o Was born on March, 14 1445 o Died on March, 17 1510 o Lived in Italy during his childhood and for the rest of his life o He went to a painting school for college and that was how he was as famous as his is today o He style of painting had mostly the human body and beautiful backgrounds filled filled with flowers and oceans
  65. 65. Charles M. Schulz •Born on November 26, 1922 in Minneapolis Minnesota •February 12, 2000 •Is famous for the creation of Snoopy, Charlie Brown and other famous characters from the Charlie Brown
  66. 66. The Cloning Process
  67. 67. William Hanna Joseph Barbera They met in California at the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer-studio. They made yogi bear, Flintstones, Scooby doo and Popeye the sailorman and that’s some of the cartoons they made. They got Academy award and a Emmy award.
  68. 68. Speedy Gonzales

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