1931 1941 timeline

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presentation which covers art and literal events between the 1930s till the 1940s.

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1931 1941 timeline

  1. 1. 1931-1941 Time Line ASH HAZIM, MANDY KWAN,LENNY MCCULLOUGH, JASON SEEBARUTH
  2. 2. 1931 Empire State BuildingThe construction of the Empire State building was finished in New York City.In 2007 it was named the Number One piece of architecture in America and is now currently the third tallest building in America.
  3. 3. 1932 Adolf Hitler/Regionalism Movement Group f.64 American group of photographers The term MOBILE was introduced Socialist Realism Gaceta del arte Croatian group of painters
  4. 4. 1933 The original King Kong movie was released Artists International Association. English group MARS Group. Organisation of British architects Unit One. English group of architects, painters and sculptors Krakow group. Polish group of avant-garde artists
  5. 5. 1934 Post-surrealism Bauhaus Movement – an art movement founded in the city of Weimar German architect Walter Gropius. The Bauhaus combined elements of both fine arts and design education Fuhrer Hitler
  6. 6. 1935 Art Deco, one of the biggest movements influenced all areas of design French group: Forces Nouvelles
  7. 7. 1936 First Airmail Rocket Flight The term BIOMORPHISM was introduced American Abstract Artists; group of painters and sculptors American Artists’ Congress, organisation founded in 1936
  8. 8. 1937 Allianz: Group of Swiss artists DEGENERATE Art was introduced into the World of art and design
  9. 9. 1938 Euston Road School, name given by Clive Bell Great German Art Exhibition (Harvest)
  10. 10. 1939 World War II “Artists create again under the spell of the silent forces which reign above and in us. The German landscape painter rejects the virtuosic rendering of the impressions of light and air. He searches for the unity between man and landscape; he interprets the eternal laws of organic growth.” (Walter Horn, in Die Kunst im Dritten Reich, April, 1939)
  11. 11. 1940 Udo Wendel: The Art Magazine, 1940 – The new realistic tendency, the most exact rendering of each detail – Robert Scholz Franz Xaver Wolf: Parting, 1940

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