“From today,
painting is dead”

    - Paul Delaroche, 1839
Our thirst for
 realism...
Pre-historic   Ancient Egyptian   Greek   Renaissance




  24,000           2,500          150        1501
   BCE        ...
Renaissance - Re-birth
Rinascimento

The Medici Family
Michelangelo
Leonardo da Vinci
Albrecht Dürer
The Camera Obscura
Dipotrice                  The Camera Lucida
By Johannes Kepler, 1610   By William Hyde Wollaston, 1807
Jean-Auguste Ingres




                                                                              Madame d'Haussonvill...
The Industrial Revolution: 18th-19th Century
vs.




William Henry Fox Talbot         Louis Jacques Daguerre
Daguerreotype
Calotype
Meanwhile...
The Bauhaus
Social Realism
How is realism represented in
contemporary art?
Chuck Close
Ron Mueck
Mark Quinn
Richard Billingham
What technology is challenging
   the culture of today?
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
Extended Project Lecture
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A look at how out thirst for realism led to an abstraction of the formal elements and aesthetics in fine art. Very general and to be used as a prompt for discussion over how technology and innovations change cultural habits - in this case, the invention of the camera and photographic processes.

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  • Extended Project Lecture

    1. 1. “From today, painting is dead” - Paul Delaroche, 1839
    2. 2. Our thirst for realism...
    3. 3. Pre-historic Ancient Egyptian Greek Renaissance 24,000 2,500 150 1501 BCE BCE BCE AD
    4. 4. Renaissance - Re-birth Rinascimento The Medici Family
    5. 5. Michelangelo
    6. 6. Leonardo da Vinci
    7. 7. Albrecht Dürer
    8. 8. The Camera Obscura
    9. 9. Dipotrice The Camera Lucida By Johannes Kepler, 1610 By William Hyde Wollaston, 1807
    10. 10. Jean-Auguste Ingres Madame d'Haussonville Pauline Eleanore de Galard de Brassac de Bearn, Princesse de Broglie , 1853
    11. 11. Optical Illusions & Theatrics
    12. 12. The Industrial Revolution: 18th-19th Century
    13. 13. vs. William Henry Fox Talbot Louis Jacques Daguerre
    14. 14. Daguerreotype
    15. 15. Calotype
    16. 16. Meanwhile...
    17. 17. Common photographic themes in the 19th century
    18. 18. The Bauhaus
    19. 19. Social Realism
    20. 20. How is realism represented in contemporary art?
    21. 21. Chuck Close
    22. 22. Ron Mueck
    23. 23. Mark Quinn
    24. 24. Richard Billingham
    25. 25. Tracey Emin
    26. 26. What technology is challenging the culture of today?

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