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Art deco

  1. 1. Art Deco Art History 2 UST CFAD Asst. Prof. G. Malihan
  2. 2. Art Deco <ul><li>Art movement involving a mix of modern decorative art styles, largely of the 1920s and 1930s, whose main characteristics were derived from various avant-garde painting styles of the early twentieth century. </li></ul>
  3. 3. Intention was to create a sleek and antitraditional elegance that symbolized wealth and sophistication .
  4. 4. Art Deco <ul><li>Exhibit aspects of Cubism, Russian Constructivism and Italian Futurism — with abstraction, distortion, and simplification, particularly geometric shapes and highly intense colors — celebrating the rise of commerce, technology, and speed. </li></ul>
  5. 5. Art Deco <ul><li>Growing impact of the machine can be seen in repeating and overlapping images from 1925 and in the 1930s, in streamlined forms derived from the principles of aerodynamics. </li></ul>
  6. 6. Art Deco
  7. 7. Art Deco <ul><li>Name came from the 1925 Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs Industriels et Modernes, held in Paris, which celebrated living in the modern world. </li></ul>
  8. 8. Art Deco <ul><li>Popularly considered to be an elegant style of cool sophistication in architecture and applied arts which range from luxurious objects made from exotic material to mass produced, streamlined items available to a growing middle class. </li></ul>
  9. 9. Dancer and Gazelles, 1916, bronze, .826 x .883 x .285 m (32 1/2 x 34 3/4 x 11 1/4 inches Atlanta, 1921, bronze, height 28 3/4 inches (73.1 cm), Paul Manship (American, 1886-1966),
  10. 10. Joseph Lorenzl Paul Philippe
  11. 11. Paul Manship Prometheus 1934, gilt bronze, height 18 feet, weight 8 tons Plaza of Rockefeller Center, NY
  12. 12. Cupid and Crane Over the Waves Carl Paul Jennewein
  13. 13. Tamara de Lempicka Spring 1928, oil on wood panel
  14. 14. Tamara de Lempicka, Adam and Eve, c. 1932, oil Petit Palais, Geneva, Switzerland.
  15. 15. Chrysler Building New York McGraw-Hill Building, New York, 1930 William Van Alen Raymond Hood
  16. 16. Bordeaux Les Perruches (Parrots) 1925 Jean Dupas
  17. 17. Jean Dupas and Jean Dunand Chariot of Aurora 1935
  18. 18. Louis Icart Georges Barbier
  19. 19. Spilled Oranges Gust of Wind 1925 Louis Icart
  20. 20. Elisium Leon Bakst
  21. 21. Les Femmes Fatales 1933
  22. 22. Charles Martin
  23. 23. Jewel (Broche) 1903 Rene Lalique
  24. 24. Dindon Gold, Enamel, and Opal Rene Lalique
  25. 25. Vitesse Buckle Rene Lalique

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