Marcel Duchamp“Eroticism is close to life……closer than philosophy, or anything likethat, it’s an animal thing that has man...
Marcel DuchampThe Passagefrom Virgin toBride(1912)
IS ABSTRACT ART ROOTED          IN REPRESENTATION…OR                 IS IT PURE?            WHO DO YOU THINK MARCEL       ...
ABSTRACT ART  PABLO PICASSO                 WASSILY KANDINSKY“There is no abstract art.You must always start with       "M...
Piet                                 Mondrian                   “Every true artist has been                   inspired mor...
Piet                                         Mondrian                                 Back when it was known as the       ...
But he wasn’t always painting “abstract” art…He used to make very representational paintings…   Avond (Evening): The Red T...
Grey Tree (1911)
How is this style   changing?   How would you   describe this   change?Trees (1912)
How is this style    changing?    How would you    describe this    change?Tableau no.2/Composition no. VII(1913)
How is this style       changing?       How would you       describe this       change?Composition with Greyand Light Brow...
Piet Mondrian         Evolution of the art Avond (Evening):     Grey Tree (1911)                                          ...
Piet Mondrian  Evolution of the moustache
Beginnings...                  Dying Chrysanthemum (1908)Amarylis (1910)
LozengeComposition withRed, Gray, Blue,Yellow, and Black(1924-1925)
Why do painters ALMOST ALWAYS make their artwork on an ordinary recta-linear canvas?                    Why would an artis...
“The emotion of                                beauty is always                                obscured by the            ...
INFLUENCE                  INSPIRATIONone person’s effect on   feeling moved to create. a another                     flas...
WHO’S THATARTIST?
Diego RiveraYoung Man in aGray Sweater(1912)
WHO’S THATARTIST?
Pablo PicassoFemme à lamandoline(Woman withmandolin)(1910)(1910)(1910)(1910)
WHO’S THATARTIST?
Georges BraqueViolin andcandlestick(1909)
Pablo Picasso      Evolution of his art                                            Still life with Liqueur Still life with...
“I believe my               picture is only               finished when the   Georges               original idea is      ...
Georges Braque                 House                 behind trees                 (1906)
Georges Braque         Man with         guitar         (1911)
Georges Braque             Soda             (1912)
Bowl of grapes(1926)
Georges Braque       Evolution of his artHouse Behind Trees                     Soda (1912)                     Man with g...
Paul CezanneBibémus (1894)
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  1. 1. Marcel Duchamp“Eroticism is close to life……closer than philosophy, or anything likethat, it’s an animal thing that has manyfacets….….and it is pleasing to use, as you woulduse a tube of paint.”
  2. 2. Marcel DuchampThe Passagefrom Virgin toBride(1912)
  3. 3. IS ABSTRACT ART ROOTED IN REPRESENTATION…OR IS IT PURE? WHO DO YOU THINK MARCEL DUCHAMP WOULD AGREE WITH? KANDINSKYPICASSO
  4. 4. ABSTRACT ART PABLO PICASSO WASSILY KANDINSKY“There is no abstract art.You must always start with "Must we not thensomething … even if the renounce the objectcanvas is green—so what? In altogether, throw it to thethat case, the subject matter winds and instead lay bareis greenness!” the purely abstract?" 3RD PERIOD ART HISTORY STUDENTS “Abstract art has very few ties to reality” “It doesn’t have to make sense !” “There are as many different interpretations as there are people to look at it.”
  5. 5. Piet Mondrian “Every true artist has been inspired more by the beauty of lines and color and the relationships between themComposition of Red,than by the concreteBlue, Yellow, and subject of the picture.”White: Nom II(1939)
  6. 6. Piet Mondrian Back when it was known as the “toothbrush moustache”  After seeing original Cubist works by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso at the first Moderne Kunstkring exhibition in 1911 in Amsterdam, Mondrian decided toComposition of Red,move to Paris. There, from 1912 toBlue, Yellow, and 1914, he began to develop anWhite: Nom II independent abstract style, that we(1939) know today.
  7. 7. But he wasn’t always painting “abstract” art…He used to make very representational paintings… Avond (Evening): The Red Tree1908-1910
  8. 8. Grey Tree (1911)
  9. 9. How is this style changing? How would you describe this change?Trees (1912)
  10. 10. How is this style changing? How would you describe this change?Tableau no.2/Composition no. VII(1913)
  11. 11. How is this style changing? How would you describe this change?Composition with Greyand Light Brown (1918)
  12. 12. Piet Mondrian Evolution of the art Avond (Evening): Grey Tree (1911) Composition No. 12The Red Tree (1908- Tableau no. with Blue, (1936- Trees (1912) 2/Composition no. VII 1910 ) 1942) (1913) How would you describe this change?
  13. 13. Piet Mondrian Evolution of the moustache
  14. 14. Beginnings... Dying Chrysanthemum (1908)Amarylis (1910)
  15. 15. LozengeComposition withRed, Gray, Blue,Yellow, and Black(1924-1925)
  16. 16. Why do painters ALMOST ALWAYS make their artwork on an ordinary recta-linear canvas? Why would an artist choose to change this?
  17. 17. “The emotion of beauty is always obscured by the appearance of the object. Therefore the object must be eliminated from the picture.” -Piet MondrianBroadway Boogie-Woogie (1943)
  18. 18. INFLUENCE INSPIRATIONone person’s effect on feeling moved to create. a another flash of inspirationCOLLABORATIONpeople working together to COLLECTIVEcreate something a group of people all belonging to something
  19. 19. WHO’S THATARTIST?
  20. 20. Diego RiveraYoung Man in aGray Sweater(1912)
  21. 21. WHO’S THATARTIST?
  22. 22. Pablo PicassoFemme à lamandoline(Woman withmandolin)(1910)(1910)(1910)(1910)
  23. 23. WHO’S THATARTIST?
  24. 24. Georges BraqueViolin andcandlestick(1909)
  25. 25. Pablo Picasso Evolution of his art Still life with Liqueur Still life with a BottleWoman Ironing Woman Plaiting her Bottle of Rum(1904) Hair (1906) (1909) (1911) Meets Georges Braque (1907)
  26. 26. “I believe my picture is only finished when the Georges original idea is completely extinguished.” Braque“Objects shattered into fragments appeared in mypainting about 1909.this for me was a way of getting closest to theobject…Fragmentation helped me to establish spaceand movement in space.”
  27. 27. Georges Braque House behind trees (1906)
  28. 28. Georges Braque Man with guitar (1911)
  29. 29. Georges Braque Soda (1912)
  30. 30. Bowl of grapes(1926)
  31. 31. Georges Braque Evolution of his artHouse Behind Trees Soda (1912) Man with guitar(1906) (1911) Bowl of grapes (1926)
  32. 32. Paul CezanneBibémus (1894)

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