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Methods and Approaches in
Presenting Art Subjects
Symbolism
The Caress by Fernand Khnopff
Realism
 The attempt to portray subjects as it is.
 It depicts reality objectively, accurately and honestly.
 True to l...
REALISM
Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet (1854) by Gustave Courbet
Young Girl Reading (1868) by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
The Salmon Fisher (1889) by Eilif Peterssen
Abstraction
 Abstract means “to move away” or “to separate”
 It represents the subject by moving away from it.
 Artists...
Abstraction
The Yellow Curtain (1915) by
Henri Matisse
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907) by Pablo Picasso
Impressionism
 It uses relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes
 It gives emphasis on the accurate depiction of...
Impressionism
Fauvism
 It is a spontaneous, often subjective response to
nature expressed in bold, undisguised brushstrokes
and high-ke...
Fauvism
Portrait of Madame Matisse by Henri
Matisse
Dadaism
 anti-war
 radical left
 anti-bourgeois
 It is very playful and highly experimental
Dadaism
Futurism
 The depiction of the mechanical energy of societies
 Futurists loved speed, noise, machines, pollution,
and ci...
Futurism
Surrealism
 Super realism
 The depiction of the magical world
 It aims to reveal the subconscious mind and
fantasies of...
Surrealism
Expressionism
 It presents the world by distorting it for emotional
effects in order to evoke moods or ideas.
Expressionism
Pointilism
 A technique in which small, distinct dots of colors
are applied in patterns to form an image.
Pointilism
Op Art
 It makes use of movement, hidden images, flashing
and vibration, patterns, or alternatively, of swelling
or warpi...
Op Art
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects
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Methods and approaches in presenting art subjects

  1. 1. Methods and Approaches in Presenting Art Subjects
  2. 2. Symbolism The Caress by Fernand Khnopff
  3. 3. Realism  The attempt to portray subjects as it is.  It depicts reality objectively, accurately and honestly.  True to life depiction or the faithful representation of reality  It focuses on the daily life of people.
  4. 4. REALISM Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet (1854) by Gustave Courbet
  5. 5. Young Girl Reading (1868) by Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot
  6. 6. The Salmon Fisher (1889) by Eilif Peterssen
  7. 7. Abstraction  Abstract means “to move away” or “to separate”  It represents the subject by moving away from it.  Artists represent subjects how they interpret or feel about it.  By way of distortion, elongation, mangling  Cubism
  8. 8. Abstraction The Yellow Curtain (1915) by Henri Matisse
  9. 9. Les Demoiselles d'Avignon (1907) by Pablo Picasso
  10. 10. Impressionism  It uses relatively small, thin, yet visible brush strokes  It gives emphasis on the accurate depiction of light in its changing qualities
  11. 11. Impressionism
  12. 12. Fauvism  It is a spontaneous, often subjective response to nature expressed in bold, undisguised brushstrokes and high-keyed, vibrant colors
  13. 13. Fauvism Portrait of Madame Matisse by Henri Matisse
  14. 14. Dadaism  anti-war  radical left  anti-bourgeois  It is very playful and highly experimental
  15. 15. Dadaism
  16. 16. Futurism  The depiction of the mechanical energy of societies  Futurists loved speed, noise, machines, pollution, and cities
  17. 17. Futurism
  18. 18. Surrealism  Super realism  The depiction of the magical world  It aims to reveal the subconscious mind and fantasies of people.
  19. 19. Surrealism
  20. 20. Expressionism  It presents the world by distorting it for emotional effects in order to evoke moods or ideas.
  21. 21. Expressionism
  22. 22. Pointilism  A technique in which small, distinct dots of colors are applied in patterns to form an image.
  23. 23. Pointilism
  24. 24. Op Art  It makes use of movement, hidden images, flashing and vibration, patterns, or alternatively, of swelling or warping
  25. 25. Op Art

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