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012 7th grade the big review kh

  1. 1. Post test The Big Review!
  2. 2. Grading 4 points for each section (The test has 6 sections) A: Show an advanced understanding of all or most of the topics. B: Shows a clear understanding of most of the topics. C: Shows progress towards understanding some of the topics. D: Shows little understanding. F: Shows no understanding.
  3. 3. Part 1 The Elements of Art: You should know what the elements of art are and how they are used in artworks.
  4. 4. The Elements of Art • Line: Draw 3 types of line • Color: List color groups • Shape/Form: Draw and name 3 shapes
  5. 5. Color Schemes/theories/groups • Name of the color group • List of colors in the group. Complementary Colors
  6. 6. • Value: What is value in art? Draw an example. • Texture: List words that describe different textures.
  7. 7. The Elements of Art • Space: List words that describe how space is used in art. : refers to distances or areas around, between or within components of a piece.
  8. 8. Create a drawing using at least 3 elements • Describe how you used the elements (3 or more sentences.)
  9. 9. Part 2 The Principles of Art: You should understand how the principles of art are used in artworks.
  10. 10. The Principles of Art • Pattern • Unity or Variety
  11. 11. The Principles of Art • Symmetrical or Asymmetrical Balance • Movement • Emphasis
  12. 12. Radial Symmetry. Bilateral Symmetry Asymmetry
  13. 13. Part 3 The Style Characteristics of Western and Non- Western Art
  14. 14. The Characteristics of Non-Western Art 6th grade: Ancient Egypt Indigenous Art of the Americas Traditional African Aboriginal Australian Prehistoric Eastern Asian Classical (Ancient Greece and Rome)
  15. 15. The Characteristics of Western Art • Art as Imitation Styles Renaissance, Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassical, Romanticism, Realism, Impressionism, Photorealism • Art as Function Styles Art Nouveau, Art Deco , De Stijl, Bauhaus • Art as Formal Order Styles Cubism, Pop Art, Op Art, Geometric Abstraction • Art as Expression Styles Expressionism, Fauvism, Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism
  16. 16. Style - Period - ism - Art Renaissance Artists You should know about various styles of art and be able to describe the characteristics of each style. Also- think about a famous work of art that represents each style.
  17. 17. Renaissance Art: Do you know the name of the artist who painted these?
  18. 18. Baroque Artist Rembrandt at MIA
  19. 19. Rococo Francois Boucher Portrait of Madame de Pompadour
  20. 20. Romanticism Caspar David Friedrich Wanderer above the Sea of Fog by
  21. 21. Realism Gustave Courbet “After Dinner at Ornans
  22. 22. Impressionism - Monet
  23. 23. (Post)Impressionism- VincentvanGogh
  24. 24. Cubism - Picasso
  25. 25. Surrealism - Dali and Magritte
  26. 26. Pop Art - Claes Oldenberg
  27. 27. Art Nouveau A style of decoration and architecture of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, characterized particularly by the depiction of leaves and flowers in flowing, sinuous lines.
  28. 28. Art Deco A decorative and architectural style of the period 1925-1940, characterized by geometric designs, bold colors, and the use of plastic and glass.
  29. 29. De Stijl A school of art originating in the Netherlands in 1917 and characterized by the use of rectangular shapes and primary colors.
  30. 30. Bauhaus a 20th-century school of design, the aesthetic of which was influenced by and derived from techniques and materials employed especially in industrial fabrication and manufacture.
  31. 31. Op Art Visual Art that makes use of optical illusions.
  32. 32. Bridget Riley Movement in Squares 1961
  33. 33. M. C. Escher Ascending and Descending 1960
  34. 34. M. C. Escher Reptiles 1943
  35. 35. Geometric Abstraction Is a form of abstract art based on the use of geometric shapes.
  36. 36. Josef Albers Homage to the Square 1965
  37. 37. Piet Mondrian Composition II in Red, Blue, and Yellow 1930
  38. 38. Expressionism Presented the world solely from a subjective perspective, distorting it radically for emotional effect in order to evoke moods or ideas. Sought to express meaning or emotional experience rather than physical reality.
  39. 39. Franz Marc The Large Blue Horses 1911
  40. 40. Edvard Munch The Scream (or The Cry) 1893
  41. 41. Fauvism Wild brush work and loud colors Subject matter had a high degree of simplification and abstraction
  42. 42. Henri Matisse Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Stripe) 1905
  43. 43. Henri Matisse Woman with a Hat 1905
  44. 44. Surrealism Surrealism has a realistic, though irrational style – precisely created with a dreamlike quality. Tried to show what the mind and thoughts looked like. Used symbols and objects to represent their mind.
  45. 45. Salvador Dali 1904-1989
  46. 46. Rene Magritte 1898 - 1967
  47. 47. Abstract Expressionism Emotional intensity Anti-figurative aesthetic Personal/Self-Centered
  48. 48. Willem De Kooning Woman V 1952–1953
  49. 49. Part 4 Demonstrate the characteristics of tools, materials and techniques used in creating art.
  50. 50. Demonstrate the characteristics of Tools, materials and techniques used in creating art. • Material? • Tools used with that material? • 3 or more Techniques used with the material?
  51. 51. • Collage, cut and paste • Masking • Correct proportion of the human figure • Linear Perspective • Shading/Values • Blending colors • Adding texture, pattern to clay. • Smoothing clay- different techniques to attach pieces • Subtractive and additive sculpture. Media/ Materials Tools vs. Techniques (above) Knight, Death, and the Devil Albrecht Dürer 1513–14 (top right) The Thinker Auguste Rodin 1902 (right) Jazz - Sorrows of the King Henri Matisse 1952
  52. 52. Demonstrate the characteristics of Tools, materials and techniques used in creating art. • What are some types of two dimensional art? • What are some types of three dimensional art?
  53. 53. Part 5 Compare and Contrast connections in Art.
  54. 54. List your favorite work of Visual Art.
  55. 55. Who is the artist? Explain why you like this artwork.
  56. 56. Compare and Contrast connections in Art. • Artwork everyone should know? • Why is it important? Cloud Gate artist: Anish Kapoor
  57. 57. Artists You should know about a variety of artists. Frida Kahlo Self-Portrait Rembrandt Lucretia Franz Marc Large Blue Horses Edvard Munch The Scream Frank Lloyd Wright Fallingwater Michelangelo Sistine Chapel
  58. 58. Art (Artifact) vs. Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique American Gothic Gordon Parks 1942 The Walking Man I Alberto Giacometti 1961 Portrait of Queen Elizabeth of Spain Sofonisba Anguissola 1565
  59. 59. Art Arts Fine Art vs. Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique Napoleon Crossing the Alps Jacques-Louis David 1800 Superman Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster 1932 Shepard Fairey 2008
  60. 60. Art Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design Concept Art Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique
  61. 61. Art (Artifact) Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft (Art as Function) Design Concept Art Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique
  62. 62. Art Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design and Concept Art (Art as Function) Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique
  63. 63. Art (Artifact) Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design Concept Art Subject Matter vs Genre/ Theme Style Media/Materials Technique (above) Booker T. Washington Legend William H. Johnson 1944-45 (top right) Apples and Oranges Paul Cézanne 1899 (right) Balloon Dog (Magenta) Jeff Koons 1994-2000
  64. 64. Art Arts Fine Art Popular Art Aesthetic Craft Design Concept Art Subject Matter Genre/Theme Style Media/Materials Technique The Scream Edvard Munch 1893 The Persistence of Memory Salvador Dalí 1931 Big Self-Portrait Chuck Close 1967-1968 Number 1 (Lavender Mist) Jackson Pollock 1950 Girl with a Pearl Earring Johannes Vermeer circa 1665
  65. 65. Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi
  66. 66. Vera Bradley
  67. 67. Mona Lisa Artist: Leonardo Da Vinci
  68. 68. Butter Cow Artist: Sarah Pratt
  69. 69. Self Portrait Artist: Picasso
  70. 70. American Gothic Artist: Grant Wood
  71. 71. Eiffel Tower Architect: Gustav Eiffel
  72. 72. Spoon Bridge and Cherry Artist: Claus Oldenburg
  73. 73. Cave Art: Lascaux Cave in Southern France. Artist: Unknown (prehistoric)
  74. 74. The Great Wave Artist: Hokusai
  75. 75. Part 6 Analyze the meaning and function of art.
  76. 76. Analyze the meaning and function of art. • What is art? • What is good art? • DO YOU HAVE ANYTHING TO ADD OR CHANGE?
  77. 77. What is Art? You should have your own working definition of “Art”. How did Marcel Duchamp change what people consider to be art? Art (http://dict.die.net/art/) 1: the products of human creativity; works of art collectively; "an art exhibition"; "a fine collection of art" 2: the creation of beautiful or significant things; "a good example of modern art": "I was never any good at art" 3: a superior skill that you can learn by study and practice and observation; "the art of conversation"; "it's quite an art" 4: photographs or other visual representations in a printed publication; "the publisher was responsible for all the artwork in the book"
  78. 78. Art Criteria Jackson Pollock and Raul Dufy You should know your own personal criteria for judging art. Skill Beauty Express Hang it You should also know examples of art that fits your quality criteria.
  79. 79. Analyze the meaning and function of art. • Reason artwork was made: Know the four theories of art and • Know a Famous Art example for each.
  80. 80. Artistic Intent “Theories of Art” The four Theories of Art allow us to think about and value art in a logical way that is based on the intent of the artist.
  81. 81. First impression: Does it look real? Art as Imitation Art is a way to represent or imitate what we see. Accuracy and honesty in art are valued. Can you name the 4 different Renaissance Artists who created these works of Art?
  82. 82. Art as Formal Order Art is based on a respect for logical order and idealized forms. Planned, neat use of the sensory elements and structural principles is highly valued. First impression: Is the work beautiful or harmonious? Mondrian Warhol
  83. 83. Art as Expression Art is based on a respect for strong human feelings and originality. Communication of emotions and originality are highly valued. First impression: Does the work express a definite feeling? The portraits by Frida Kahlo. Action painting by Jackson Pollack.
  84. 84. Art as Function Places an emphasis on the use of the art in everyday life and for communication. Interesting designs that are well suited to their function are highly valued. First impression: Does the work have an important message or function? James Montgomery Flagg Michelangelo’s Last Judgment
  85. 85. Cultures & Art Why is art an important part of every culture?
  86. 86. Prehistoric Ancient ContemporaryModern And what does art mean to you?

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