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Robin Li                               Professor D’ AugustineCurators:1. Constance C. McPhee, Associate Curator2. Nadine M...
 Genres of art intended to make fun of people Exaggerate to point of ridiculous Motives for mockery: political, moral, ...
 Caricature- a picture        Satire- the use of ironyor exaggerating the              sarcasm in exposing or peculiarit...
Section 1: (Caricature)Exaggeration and Grotesque
Head of Man inProfileBy: Leonardo da Vinci•   Black-chalk sketch
Section 2: (Caricature) Extreme Physiques
Well, helloBy: Anonymous artist•   Geometrical opposites•   Mismatched friends
Caricature of Painter
Section 3: (Caricature) People as Objects
The Bush YearsBy: Anonymous Artist•   Tumbling stock market
Section 4: (Satire)  Social Satire
The Pit Door (1800’s)By: Robert Dighton
Pidgeon Hole   By: Rowlandson
Dinners Drest inthe neatestMannerBy: Rowlandson•   Mystery of what takes place    behind kitchen door
Entry and Exit   By: Charlet
6 Stages ofMending a FaceBy: Rowlandson•   Mocks lady in pursuit of youth    and beauty•   Sacrifice health for vanity
The Political Piñata   By: Mendez
The Plumb-Pudding inDangerBy: James Gillray•   Napoleon (right) and Prime    Minister William Pitt (left)•   During Napole...
• Humor is a very important aspect of art• Caricature and satire started during the Renaissance• Still influences the worl...
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  1. 1. Robin Li Professor D’ AugustineCurators:1. Constance C. McPhee, Associate Curator2. Nadine M. Orenstein
  2. 2.  Genres of art intended to make fun of people Exaggerate to point of ridiculous Motives for mockery: political, moral, psychological, social Difficult to interpret picture b/c of different time period
  3. 3.  Caricature- a picture  Satire- the use of ironyor exaggerating the sarcasm in exposing or peculiarities of people or deriding folly, etc. things  Mocks lust, greed, fashion, Distorts human physical and vanity characteristics
  4. 4. Section 1: (Caricature)Exaggeration and Grotesque
  5. 5. Head of Man inProfileBy: Leonardo da Vinci• Black-chalk sketch
  6. 6. Section 2: (Caricature) Extreme Physiques
  7. 7. Well, helloBy: Anonymous artist• Geometrical opposites• Mismatched friends
  8. 8. Caricature of Painter
  9. 9. Section 3: (Caricature) People as Objects
  10. 10. The Bush YearsBy: Anonymous Artist• Tumbling stock market
  11. 11. Section 4: (Satire) Social Satire
  12. 12. The Pit Door (1800’s)By: Robert Dighton
  13. 13. Pidgeon Hole By: Rowlandson
  14. 14. Dinners Drest inthe neatestMannerBy: Rowlandson• Mystery of what takes place behind kitchen door
  15. 15. Entry and Exit By: Charlet
  16. 16. 6 Stages ofMending a FaceBy: Rowlandson• Mocks lady in pursuit of youth and beauty• Sacrifice health for vanity
  17. 17. The Political Piñata By: Mendez
  18. 18. The Plumb-Pudding inDangerBy: James Gillray• Napoleon (right) and Prime Minister William Pitt (left)• During Napoleonic War, 1803- 1815
  19. 19. • Humor is a very important aspect of art• Caricature and satire started during the Renaissance• Still influences the world or art today

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