Art forms of the 20th Century

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Art forms of the 20th Century

  1. 1. { Art forms of the 20th Century
  2. 2. Impressionism
  3. 3. Claude Monet, The Cliff at Étretat after the Storm, 1885, Clark Art Institute, Williamstown Massachusetts
  4. 4. Alfred Sisley, Bridge at Villeneuve-la- Garenne, 1872, Metropolitan Museum of Art
  5. 5. Claude Monet, Woman with a Parasol, (Camille and Jean Monet), 1875,National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
  6. 6.  An art movement that focused on showing the effects of light on things at different times of the day.  Impressionists used unblended slashes of pure color placed together to create a mode or impression of a scene. Impressionism
  7. 7. Fauvism
  8. 8. Henri Matisse, Portrait of Madame Matisse (The Green Stripe), 1906, Statens Museum for Kunst, Copenhagen Denmark.
  9. 9. Henri Matisse. Woman with a hat, 1905.San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
  10. 10. Henri Matisse, Les Toits de Collioure,1905, oil on canvas, The Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia
  11. 11. They used bright colors, strong lines and patterns which seemed to burst from their canvass and the unusual color combinations created a kind of joyous feeling to the viewers. Fauvism
  12. 12. Neo-impressionism
  13. 13. Paul Signac, 1890, oil on canvas, Museum of the Art, New York.
  14. 14. Georges Lemmen, The Beach at Heist), c. 1891/2,Musee d’Orsay Paris
  15. 15. Henri Edmond Cross.1900
  16. 16. Application of colors in small dots, called pointillism rather than by means of the usual brush strokes. Neoimpressionism
  17. 17. Cubism
  18. 18. George Braque, 1910, Violin and Candlestick, oil on canvas, 60.96 cm x 50.17 cm, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  19. 19. Jean Metzinger, La Femme au Cheval, Woman with a horse, 1911- 1912, Statens Museum for Kunst, National Gallery of Denmark. Exhibited at the 1912 Salon des Indépendants, and published in Apollinaire's 1913 Les Peintres Cubistes.
  20. 20. Albert Gleizes, L’Homme au Balcon, Man on a Balcony (Portrait of Dr. Theo Morinaud) 1912, Philadelphia Museum of Art.
  21. 21. The artist tried to show all the sides of an object, reduces recognizable images to geometric forms or so often showed objects from several positions at one time, and often made opaque forms transparent. Cubism
  22. 22. Dadaism
  23. 23. Hannah Hoch, Cut with the Dada Kitchen Knife through the Last Weimar Beer-Belly Cultural Epoch in Germany, 1919, Nationalgalerie, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
  24. 24. Marcel Duchamp, Fountain 1917.
  25. 25. It declared the absurdity of all conventions and destroyed the notion of art itself. The important thing about dadaist was not the work of itself but the shock and the confusion they could produce. Dadaism
  26. 26. Futurism
  27. 27. Giacomo Balla Abstract Speed + Sound, 1913–1914
  28. 28. Natalia Goncharova,Cyclist, 1913
  29. 29. An Italian art movement which hoped to glorify the machine age, speed travel and technology. Futurism
  30. 30. Neo-Plasticism
  31. 31. Theo Van Doesburg, Composition VII
  32. 32. Theo Van Doesburg, Composition VII
  33. 33. A non objective painting that reduced forms into horizontal and vertical movements and used only black and white and the primary colors. Neoplasticism
  34. 34. Surrealism
  35. 35. Max Ernst, The Elephant Celebes (1921), Tate, London
  36. 36. Max Ernst, L'Ange du Foyer ou le Triomphe du Surréalisme (1937), private collection.
  37. 37. Characterized by the expression of the activities of the unconscious mind and dream elements. Surrealism
  38. 38. Abstract Expressionism
  39. 39. Jackson Pollock, Private collection.
  40. 40. Willem De Kooning Woman V,1952–1953.
  41. 41. Style of painting in which the artist expresses his feelings spontaneously and without reference to any representation of physical reality. Abstract Expressionism
  42. 42. Optical Illusion
  43. 43. Movement in Squares, by Bridget Riley 1961
  44. 44. Fugitive sensations and other subjective visual phenomena. It explores the artistic ideas that are possible in geometric shapes. Optical illusion
  45. 45. 1. Choose any kind of art forms 2. Paint (any subject) , but it must show the art form that you have chosen Activity
  46. 46. Quiz
  47. 47.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/  Exploring with MAPEH by Banzon Victoria. Et.al. Source:
  48. 48. Thank You! Ms. Erica T. Gonzales

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