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Art100 Su12Module04.2

  1. 1. ART 100UNDERSTANDING VISUAL CULTUREIN PHOTOGRAPHY’S WAKEMODULE 4.2
  2. 2. Titian, Venus of Urbino, 1538 E.V. Day, Flesh for Fantasy, 2000Oil on canvas Blow-up dolls, surgical wire, hooks
  3. 3. Jacques-Louis David, Death of Claude Monet, The Monet Family inSocrates, 1787 the Garden at Argenteuil, 1874, o/c, 24o/c, 51 x 77 ¼ inches, MET x 39 ¼ inches, MET
  4. 4. Jacques-Louis David, Death of Socrates, o/c, 51 x 77 ¼ inches, MET
  5. 5. Claude Monet, The Monet Family in the Garden at Argenteuil, 1874 o/c, 24 x 39 ¼ inches, MET
  6. 6. Jacques-Louis David, Death of Claude Monet, The Monet Family inSocrates, 1787 the Garden at Argenteuil, 1874, o/c, 24o/c, 51 x 77 ¼ inches, MET x 39 ¼ inches, MET
  7. 7. "A picture, before being a war horse, a nudewoman, or some anecdote, is essentially a flatsurface covered by colors in a certain order.” —Maurice Denis
  8. 8. Picasso, Portrait of Wilhelm Uhde, 1910
  9. 9. Picasso, Still Life with Chair Caning, 1912
  10. 10. Picasso, Bottle of Vieux Marc, Glass, Guitar and Newspaper, 1913 Picasso, Bottle of Vieux Marc, Glass, Guitar and Newspaper, 1913,
  11. 11. Duchamp, Nude Descending a Staircase, 1912
  12. 12. Duchamp, Bottle Rack, 1914
  13. 13. Duchamp, Tu M’, 1918
  14. 14. Duchamp, L.H.O.O.Q., 1919
  15. 15. Duchamp, Rotary Demisphere (Precision Optics), 1925
  16. 16. Ferdinand Léger Jean TinguelyWoman with a Cat, 1921 Homage to New York, 1950
  17. 17. “…if you pick up some paint with your brush and make somebodys nosewith it, this is rather ridiculous when you think of it, theoretically orphilosophically. Its really absurd to make an image, like a human image, withpaint, today, when you think about it, since we have this problem of doing itor not doing it. But then all of a sudden it was even more absurd not to do it.So I fear I have to follow my desires.”—Willem de Kooning, in a 1962 radio interviewBorn in Holland, emigrated to the USWell-known abstract active 1940s-80s

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