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Art,20

  1. 1. XX century: art
  2. 2. Paintings
  3. 3. Philip Wilson Steer (1860—1942) Young woman at beach Sun
  4. 4. Philip Wilson Steer (1860—1942) Summer at Cowes Sun
  5. 5. Philip Wilson Steer (1860—1942) Hydrangeas
  6. 6. Philip Wilson Steer (1860—1942) On the River Blackwater
  7. 7. Walter Richard Sickert (1860—1942) Boredom,1914
  8. 8. Walter Richard Sickert (1860—1942) Newbedford,1918
  9. 9. William Orpen (1878—1931) Lady Orpen,1907
  10. 10. William Orpen (1878—1931) Midday on the Beach, 1910
  11. 11. William Orpen (1878—1931) The Mirror, 1900
  12. 12. Harold Gilman (1876-1919) Mother and Child, 1918
  13. 13. Harold Gilman (1876-1919) Portrait of Mrs. Mounter, 1917
  14. 14. Stanley Spencer (1891—1959) Gardens in the Ound, 1936
  15. 15. Stanley Spencer (1891—1959) Southwold, 1937
  16. 16. Stanley Spencer (1891—1959) St Francis and the Birds, 1955
  17. 17. Paul Nash (1889-1946) The Ypres Salient at Night,1917- 1918
  18. 18. Paul Nash (1889-1946) TOTES MEER, 1940- 1941
  19. 19. Sculpture
  20. 20. Henry Spencer Moore (1898-1986)
  21. 21. Henry Spencer Moore (1898-1986)
  22. 22. Henry Spencer Moore (1898-1986)
  23. 23. Barbara Hepworth 1903-1975
  24. 24. Barbara Hepworth 1903-1975 Mother and Child
  25. 25. Music•Music has been enormously important in Britain in the 20th century•London is regarded as one of the great music capitals of the world•Pop and rock music remain the most popular kinds of music in Britain,although jazz also has a large following
  26. 26. William WaltonHe composed•many important classical works, including the operas Troilus andCressida and The Bear, based on a comic vaudeville by Chekhov•music for ballets, plays and films•choral and other vocal music
  27. 27. Andrew Lloyd WebberAndrew Lloyd Webber has composed musicals for the theatre since the1970s, producing such smash hits as Jesus Christ Superstar (1971) andPhantom of the Opera (1986)
  28. 28. The Beatles• The Beatles were an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1960• Gained popularity in the United Kingdom after their first single, "Love Me Do“• 1970 – break-down• 1980 - Lennon died having been shot by a deranged fan• 2001 – George Harrison died of lung cancer• Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr remain active
  29. 29. The Beatles1963 - Please Please Me1963 - With The Beatles1964 - A Hard Day’s Night1964 - Beatles For Sale1965 - Help!1965 - Rubber Soul1966 - Revolver1967 - Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band1967 - Magical Mystery Tour1968 - The Beatles1969 - Yellow Submarine1969 - Abbey Road1970 - Let It Be
  30. 30. John Paul Lennon McCartneyGeorge RingoHarrison Starr
  31. 31. Britain has many professional orchestrasLondon Philharmonic London Symphony These two orchestras are the most famous ones.
  32. 32. The Theatre
  33. 33. The Theatre•In the 20th century Britain has remained one of the world’sgreatest centers for drama.•Britain has more than 300 professional theatres successfullyproducing plays, about 100 of which are in London, half of thosein the West End district.•Famous theatres in London also include the Royal NationalTheatre and the Old-Vic Theatre
  34. 34. Festivals
  35. 35. •Britain hosts more than 600 professional artsfestivals each year•These festivals attract more than 4 millionvisitors• The two largest arts festivals in Britain areheld in Scotland

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