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  1. 1. H U M A N I T I E S --refersterm is toward abstraction The to artistic worksassociated A tendency usually produced withthe the period extending during in which the traditions of is art characteristic of much the past have been recent artistic roughly from More 1860s to the modern art. the thrown aside in a spirit of experimentation. and 1970s, and denotes often called the style production is philosophy of theart produced art or PostContemporary during that era. modern art. MODERN ART
  2. 2. H U Timelines of Characteristics of M - A tendency toward abstraction A is the characteristic of much N modern art. More recent artistic I -Tendency towards ABSTRACTION. - Itproduction istheoften called throws aside traditions of T Contemporary art or Postthe past. I modern art. E S MODERN ART
  3. 3. H U M A N I T I E S Timelines of MODERN ART • Modern Art Timeline 1 (1870 - 1931) • Modern Art Timeline 2 (1916 - 1975)
  4. 4. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN ART Timeline 1 1. IMPRESSIONISM 5. CUBISM 4. GERMAN 3. FAUVISM EXPRESSIONISM 2. POST IMPRESSIONISM It isstyle of painting present an ---it Ittypical traitemphasize vividwhile Itsis inclined style Fauves whose in the is to with -extendsart of les that soughttheworks is the style Impressionismgeometric to artists emerged Expressionistmade of --anIts use20th-century style and of a - early wherein athe simpleto it was and limitations: and 1800s, to its subject rejecting distort non-naturalistic world solely painterlyemotional subjective emphasized from form for expressive expressionistic forms, meaning or qualities express in art, in which movementisthat flourished in or geometric over thevivid radically shapes, interlocking painting to use unnatural Paris continues unclear and colours, strong color using use of and distorting physical effect, perspective,rather thanit everything experience later, collage. perspective withan single viewpoint planes, to be or impression with and, effect in order to seemsthick application of paint, often1905.colour.a realistic values. representational from arbitrary for emotional reality. was abandoned.ideas. flickering strokes and real-life or of paint. evoke moodssubject matter
  5. 5. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN ART Timeline 1 2 4. GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM 10. DE STIJL 9. SUPREMATISM 8. CONSTRUCTIVISM 7. ABSTRACT 6. FUTURISM 5. CUBISM ART This a artistic andnot attempt color ---wasthemesmovement, ofrefers to uses anart suprematism of the on Its influencelanguage focused itsproposesare concepts form, to The art term doespervasive, with was architectural --wasanvisual ultimate simplicityis ItIts use that as neoplasticism, also known made social was of simple represent createaaworksuch“the andabstractthatuponrecognizabl in basicabstractionbasedarchitecture, movementexternal,composition to an line refer to forms, from Russia majortoto art originated inas future, includingby using only upon Italy and geometric speed, used impacts 1917 geometric shapes,achieve its interlocking realityfounded with aand rectangles, which mayinof purewhich was a circles, but existin toanddegree beginning20th century.design, of supremacyseeks Netherlands. graphicsquares, lines, technology, industrial violence, 1919, the earlyhorizontal and vertical straight and youth artistic 1931 and, later, collage. planes, shapes, forms, colors, effect using the idearange references independencedance,theautonomous painted inrectangularfashion colors. rejectionrather thanvisual of the feeling” of such as forms. theatre, film, from of car, and objects limited on visualand lines and a and textures. music. in the world. objects. art.some extentthe industrial city. depiction and to aeroplaneof
  6. 6. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN ART Timeline 2 6. MINIMALISM 5. OP ART or 4. POP ART EXPRESSIONISM 3. ABSTRACT OPTICAL 2. SURREALISM 1. DADA OR DADAISMART The art ofminimalism isabstract Thethe groundworkstyles Its to conceptartisticto toliterary emphasis ispost–World War termwas on and aimreferring that refers - -Opis Americanto "resolvealso used isIts stylemovementnot asemerged in AIta cultural visual abstract.the visual European movement thatof anart works are art that much began term to mid-1950s inin the best impression isdisplaying pared-down the movement to American spontaneous, given of isisor known previously contradictorystarting uses art soundtrend in a and in the theand music aspoetry, attitudes IIartdescribe1920s, and design and inartand itselfillusions. It that flouted movement (1916-1923)movement, theoptical a automatic a Britain art early architecture hidden in aesthetic that forto the US. subconscious creationandsubject conditions of dream andand pointvisualit.wherein challenges painting developed inand writings. late 1950s performanceNew a painting,concerning the art, culturalis for itsledimages, flashinginteraction conventionalartworksIt thereality." the York in design elements. reduced vibration, fine and picture plane, prelude to its necessary elements. between producing or imagery from traditionstopatterns, by alternatively, the 1940s.ofpostmodernism, and values by illusion art works marked by of understanding an influence on pop art. andswelling or warping. seeing. popular culture; advertising & news. nonsense, travesty, and incongruity.
  7. 7. H U M Timeline 2 A 6. MINIMALISM N in I ARCHITECTURE T I E S MODERN ART
  8. 8. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN ARTat - early modern architecture began - is generally characterized by in the turn of the 20th century with simplification of form and an absence ARCHITECTURE efforts to reconcile the principles of applied decoration. design with underlying architectural rapid technological advancement and the modernization of society.
  9. 9. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN CHARACTERISTICS OF ARCHITECTURE - early modern architecture began at the turn of the 20th century with efforts to reconcile the principles underlying architectural design with rapid technological advancement and the modernization of society.
  10. 10. H U M A N I T I E S CHARACTERISTICS OF MODERN ARCHITECTURE ---simplicity and function", a dictum -"Form expression of structure (as visual follows clarityof "Truth to use of industrially-produced Style the related concept of forms and particularly in International opposed expressed by Frank Lloyd elimination the hiding of structural originallyto of "unnecessary detail." materials. materials." modernism. elements). Wright's early mentor Louis Sullivan
  11. 11. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN ARCHITECTURE Eurika Tower Burj Khalifa or Khalifa Tower -- located in is a 297.3-metre -isis Southbank in the tallest -Formskyscraper International materials manthe a ft) are (975 follows Simplicity and made structure in Dubai, United style modernism 90 degrees function precinct skyscraper. to Clarity the world with Arab Emirates each other of Melbourne, 829.8 m (2,722 ft.) Victoria, Australia.
  12. 12. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN OTHER ARCHITECTURE SCULPTURE VS VS
  13. 13. H U CHARACTERISTICS OF M SCULPTURE A N - it arose in tandem with similar - Abstraction I artistic trends in painting, drawing, - it heralded a range of new materials Materiality T - printmaking. and -- Modern sculpture thus displays Question of form and new techniques, from I multiple and factory-made steel monumental diverse approaches E and ideas. to plastics. sculptures S MODERN
  14. 14. H U CHARACTERISTICS OF M SCULPTURE A N - Abstraction I - Materiality T - Question of form I E S MODERN
  15. 15. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN SCULPTURE The Thinker Floating figure Gaston Lachaise's It shows and torso This pose, waist, ---The heada whilst Below thenude is a bronze nude recliningawkward and male figure, crossed looking arms are erect,femaleheld the legs are about sculpture by Auguste figure appears floating life-size sitting open, unnatural, of& one outstretchedto on a Question Form Abstraction and Abstraction placed Rodin,water, although on an encompassing the usually hand, rock, chin one nevertheless as like a manages placed on side, actually supported she conveyas sense of and to isused a an known prayer position, a stone pedestal. mermaid's tail. beneath by two thin image to represent joy and feminine as the 'Orrans' position. poles. philosophy. fecundity.
  16. 16. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN OTHER SCULPTURE PAINTING VS VS
  17. 17. H U DIVISION OF 19TH CENTURY M PAINTING A - 19TH CENTURY MODERN N - Modern paintings are paintings PAINTING dated from 1860 to present. I - 20TH CENTURY MODERN T - It is divided into three categories PAINTING according WORLD WAR II MODERN I - POST to the time of its creation. E PAINTING S MODERN
  18. 18. H U 19TH CENTURY M A 1. REALISM PAINTING N 2. -IMPRESSIONISM in the 19th • - The termHomerthe attempt to Thomas Courbet WinslowEakins Gustave originated Albert Ryderas Breezing on theFair It is defined Sunlight Up (A Coast Play: Götterdämmerung, a Wind) Itdescribe Clinic (1875), used to depicts The Stone Breakers. Burial at Ornans, I In The Grossconsidered thepainter toabe It century, andAmericanartist titled, since He was an American landscape believedwas -one ofCourbet's most He was an subject matterwork of social He isPhiladelphia was an that was of truthfully, widely acknowledged Americanironically should the representa moonlit one realist best Galloping renowneddown a Gloucester chopping sun the realistic Gustaveand avoiding a of Norsepaintand hasworks, two Courbet artists T surgeon,workartificiality the 19th-century be Dr. Samuelmost importantstruggled and through adepicting everyday known for his poetic break through the onelegendary painter, photographer, best harbor foremost painters to sculptor, in path,painter and printmaker, moody the of realism, city's important and withoutthe D. heroAmerica arts educator.subjects. of Siegfried peasants, group ofpresiding ahistory.offair wind". events encounters ordinary an figure I Gross, isAmerican artpreeminent young as allegoricaland a marine "a the funeral in seen involving and rejected and finefor his who seascapes, known painters under a works gloom artistic conventions,records people. implausible, group of Rhine Maidens who Insideand an old which over an operation to man the uncle man, his grand boat are a idealization,from the he attended storminstead in E removeAmerican art. approaching on and wellpart anddiseased man, three boys, in seductivelysupernatural elements. as his focusingpersonality. exotic of a eccentricbreaking rocks. beckon everyday life. thigh. was Homer’s first pure phosphorescent river. September 1848. their catch. oils. S bone from a patient's seascape in MODERN
  19. 19. H U 19TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 1. REALISM 3. IMPRESSIONISMemerged in N 2. ItPierreartManet art • POST IMPRESSIONISM - Edouard style that is an19th-century a Renoir Floating Studio du moulin de la I BalStyle: ‘flatteningstyle offiguresofa the -- It 1800s,Danceof originatedhis wife the One was one or of first 19th- a He of the founding the a with the that members the is(a.k.a.work at thethe subject and movementwhereinMonet and variedin Galette T Leneutralizing theto painteverything group ofartistsmovement. and life, Impressionist century late-19th-century it boat, modern painting is Galette)emotionalHe is an moulin of Paris-based rowing group de la unclear andartists. up and depicts a typical known sketchydepictions early-20th-centuryfor his brushwork expressions,an impressionincluding artist pivotalfree, artists transition and a best Sunday downthe Seine and figure in the with I seems to be afternoon at Moulin de stopping whenever he Van broad Gauguin,flowers, pleasant and Gogh,children,spotted Cézanne. of pretty patches paint. promising from Realism to of of color and a E laflickering strokes Impressionism. Galette in the district scenes, andParis. subject. ofjuxtaposed without transitions.’ Montmartre in curvy women. S MODERN
  20. 20. H U 19TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 2. IMPRESSIONISM 4. EXPRESSIONISM N 3. POSTPaul Gauguin • Paul CézanneGogh Henri IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van I Starry It depicts Raro te Oviri (Under the -His oftenwork or stylemodernpaintera He was aan artistOvertureNightnot well post-Impressionist It art) laid I -- -(often called fatherwhoof motherdepicts -It is the He reacted against wasvaried Theywas repetitive,of theIt suppressed exploratory& sister. Cezanne’s a Pandanus)brimming with night sky rough whose work,areof Restrained and tense in its notable forillusionismfrom the foundations highly characteristic brushstrokes until after his death. He appreciated spatial its and earlyT naturalism of the the transition shining Impressionists to group of late-19th-century whirling clouds, and colouring,hisand based which landscape beauty, emotionalconstructed a bright honesty the is the clearlyrecognized forform,artistic and 19th-century conceptionused bold recognizable. He of Van was later 20th-century line, starts, and and including I explore color,artistsandon a contrast of of largely radically color, of colournewwith horizontal bands had a ause of colors andThe endeavour tofar-reaching brushstrokes and moon. planes Gauguin,responseinfluence on small of the experimental andcrescentwhite, the twoGogh, and Cézanne. the black reinforcing colors E the emotional of art inand was a product of 20th-century art. painting has a strangely different world formpainting 20th the that build up to complex fields. synthetist style. dimensionality of it. Gogh’s dream. artist. S century. positive mood. MODERN
  21. 21. H U 19TH CENTURY 20 M PAINTING A 3. POST IMPRESSIONISM N 4. EXPRESSIONISM • Edvard Kandinsky Vassily Munch He White II Thecolor black Onexpressed expresses an Thethis painting the many scream the painting Inmusic,painter and I -- a style of painting,paintercombination ofin -Expressionist artists silenceorof Edvard was a influentialwas a product drama He isan Norwegianas the soughtdeath, and Russian andto of intelligent of the color dimensions which meaningMunch’smain cutsrepresent or writer colors to or emotional art theorist. artist this painting, itseeksin the printmaker whose intensely evocative with through the two experience one T inexpresstheHe is creditedbackground with a white is the white used to painting: physical and painting the psychologicalblack andawhite. treatment offirst purely abstractrather express emotionalevening. It themes bloodexperience ratherthe many possibilities the experience works. than depicts riotous effect, shattering I Kandinsky used color on like sky, the colorful toina three people opportunities available peace main tenets of of external built upon some ofroad (Munch than just the than impressions of the colorand his on the reality. represent more E life. The black, combination of colors, or as it th Century Symbolism. the late world. 19 shapeshand, a trembling friends), and represents nonother and figures in his were, opportunities in life. S paintings. Munch. and death. existence MODERN
  22. 22. H U 20TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 1. FAUVISM N 2. It is a style of painting with vivid • DADAISM André Derain - Henri Matisse WomanSails (Sail It's Drying Reading Boats) I A movement an painter,was painted or a French artist, known for Museum --was a French artist, art movement of was Dada was (1916-1923) thatuse expressionistic and non-naturalistic in The picture sculptor displayed at the his 1905 aesthetic T of colour conventionalat Collioure,Paris. It flouted and his of of Modern Artin the the European avant-gardein Paris use of color thatfluid and original and and co-founder flourished in Henri Fauvism with where Derain worked with shows the draughtsmanship. He was acalmness of a cultural values by producing The early 20th century. for short-lived, I from 1905 and, althoughIthis vivid, Matisse. He is famous woman. works Matisse. reading was previously draughtsman, printmakerFishingsculptor, unnatural colors. entitled andon calm, marked by nonsense, evokes Boats, and had an important paintingtravesty, and influence a E but is known artists. as atmosphere. primarily a painter. erroneously dated 1907 relaxing subsequent incongruity. S MODERN
  23. 23. H U 20TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 1. FAUVISM 3. CUBISMBraque N 2. DADAISM • Marcel Duchamp Georges Pablo Picasso - -an early 20th-century & sculptor. He and (Mona 20th-century shows the Guernica French I L.H.O.O.Q.Spanish painterstylewaspainter, A a major Liza with - waswas a French-American created in Hemovement (1916-1923) that Guernica Moustache) (in in art, èl response to the bombing movement French esp. painting, inand the painter and co-foundingaesthetic is known is a sculptortragedies of war which who, T ache o o qu), forpun, sinceof Guernica,Spain and flouted chess player, along sculptor, conventionaland writer perspectivePicasso, developed the upon with single viewpoint was with Pablo movement,German inflicts art the pronounced in Frenchsufferinginvention wa Cubistvaluesabyby the it and Italian whose cultural and use was made of simple producing I when work is associated with works individuals, particularly abandoned as Cubism. formconstructed sculpture. during style known "Elle a rplanes art. of the sentence nonsense, travesty, and Dadaism by "Sheinnocent planes, marked literally interlockingCivil War. E chaud au cul",and conceptual civilians. geometric shapes, the Spanish is incongruity. S hot in the arse". and, later, collage. MODERN
  24. 24. H U 20TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 3. CUBISM N 4. SURREALISM • Georges Braque Max Ernst Hisfurther major topainter, sculptor, - The aim in the"resolve the 20th-century Toacompressed treatment energize I Little Harbor was 20th-century French - was a German avant-garde of space and use of a Normandy Headded aand literature that of scene, Braque contradictory conditions previously described who, along movement in art poet. He was a graphic artist, and painter and sculptor T the channel coast into the shifting perspective seems fringe of whitecaps dream andPicasso, developed the art sought the release a the Dada potential to reality." the primary pioneer of with Pablotwo clouds creative to propel sea and dashes of I severe geometries and of the forwardas the sailboats unconscious sober palette, reduced in mind, for example across the sky. and Cubism. movement style known to Surrealism. E rangeedges of the picture. front and intensity tojuxtaposition of by the irrational pale S shades of color. images. MODERN
  25. 25. H U 20TH CENTURY M PAINTING A 4. SURREALISM The painting, teeming N • Max Ernst Andre Masson with organic forms Joan Miro that merge and meld Ubu Imperator resembles a himself to work under --Masson French artist. HeThe Tilled Field, his Meditation on an painter and sculptor. is an I collage inaaSpanishOakforce seemingly in defiance - was apainted form. painter,later became -was would oftenHis of was German sculptor, The wildcat’s head The conditions; in strictentire configuration is abstractwithout food Leaf is organizedlong periods of time depiction of associated withand poet. He was a theories, myth and work hasthis staff,surrealism, and he graphictotem pole and of of drugs. a beentheof surmountsartist, interpreted as T Freudianofcartouche-likeinfluence nature,ais Hewas a sleep, or kind wit are reflected in organic, or under extreme itthe two eyesof thethe landscape of next to myths of podsubconscious mind, a are most one of forcingthe enthusiastic employers sandbox pioneer and aMiró's Catalanof primary for pinched into testamentstate Dada to Miró's private painting, himself in believed reduced compartments, I this early red which is ever-increasing one glowing womb-like forms. of considered proto- Surrealism. freenumber drawing, making a from consciousness would help his homeland.a art be the middle like and re-creationaof the movement cell now automaticfigure- childlike, andand stylization connected E Surrealist dueby itsand hence get closer to the rational control, works in penpride. division. of automatic infinity. to manifestationstrange abstraction at this eight, symbol of of Catalan and ink. workings of mind. S juxtapositions his subconscious point in his career. MODERN
  26. 26. H U 20TH CENTURYWAR II POST WORLD M PAINTING A 4. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM 1. SURREALISM N 2.•OP ARTPollock ART its well-that - isWillem dePOP abstract art a development • Andre Masson of With Jackson / Kooning originatedIV Itthe largeart, is a style of in optical Blue poles (number and 1950s by - wasArt a.k.a.in 1940s balanced color Opworking depicts American painter I Twowasan Dutch American abstractis Woman head --By a influential 11 1952) was painted scale and and The wildcat’s displacement, it aimedmajor figure inuse of optical at subjective visual artbeing compared.the abstract that makes now one expression two womenthis staff, and emotional of the most T surmounts the canvaspaintedfloor,style and a by Pollock placing and high-He on the inwhile expressionist.method of painting the a at One clothed It is eyes with particular emphasis on the creative illusions. two a next to it are popular was moving around expressionist movement. Heexhibitswell I heeled. It hasred tosaidhis full body and has Pollock allowed(e.g., actionto that came one glowing been be that the Gallery, spontaneous act referred emphasizing canvas, painting). concerning the interaction between known women are being risen Pollockan as drip two for a connected figures were Jackson price to and by his be E these Abstracttounique styleinofor Action movement figure- engaged.between Known his movement. Leading and picture plane & as illusionby theirexpressionism compared state. eight, symbol of infinity. painting. Kooning. estimated $180 S ‘action de Willem painter.’ seeing. understanding and million. painting. MODERN
  27. 27. H U POST WORLD WAR II M PAINTING A 1. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM N 2. OP ART / POP ART • Roy Lichtenstein James Rosenquist Tom Wesselmann Lady Dog Girl. a1985leading based on Op an the a -- FavoringisUtilizing the strip is his in of I Still Lifebecamestyle of art,figure main His ArtLizard optical fragmented, --Popspecialty comic art associated was arta.k.a. is taking He Drowning 20American artistasa style the -A painting ofthat makes use images and Is a stilldisproportionate life painting culture optical visual artofJamesproduced hard-edged, conventions movement. Hisofand the inspiration,comic book he modern popularmovement who oddlythe It depicts an T art, a thoughtPop art with new art bubble work Rosenquist.collection of depicting a It is a method of painting illusions. anoverlapping, and putting precise compositions collage and art combining, eye of the massathe in painting, that documented eye of lady, worked thoughts of defined the basica as I conveys media, esp. premise of pop foods back grounded with a critical or concerning of a lizard create visual while it parodied often in abetween dog andred eyethe interaction tongue-inthem comment to figure, while color to dots traditional fine Ben-Day ironic an canvases a sharp on parody. on sculpture. picture plane throughand with E echo the humorous manner. & between illusion back groundedof the cheek effect emphasize liveliness. stories.colored flowers. art values. different S mechanized process.and seeing. understanding MODERN
  28. 28. H U POST WORLD WAR II M PAINTING A 2. OP ART / POP ART 4. NEW REALISM N 3. NEW ABSTRACT TENDENCIES • James Goings Ralph Rosenquist Photorealismused to describe a trend I Lady is aassociated with Photorealism - -It Dog term 1985 He is Lizard - genre of painting based A away from abstract expressionism to painting cameras James on using of (1982) is and photographs movement. He oilbest T Ralph’s DinerIt depicts an known for his Rosenquist. canvass detailed paintings and then from gather lady, subjective expressionism toward a an eye of a highly visual information of hamburger I eye of a thisand an eye of painting that appears to focusing on true-to-life forms, the dog creating a a trucks, and diners, stands, pick-up lizard E back grounded with evident forms. be photographic. factual, and easily portrayed in an objective manner. S different colored flowers. MODERN
  29. 29. H U POST WORLD WAR II M PAINTING A 3. NEW REALISM N 4. NEW ABSTRACT TENDENCIES • Kenneth Noland Robert Ryman Surface culmination subjectivism of after the intense best-known - He an after the type painter identified I It--isThe veil one of theof this tendency Beginning titled American is was paint edge The built-up expressionism, abstract ofabstract depicting in painters, in the Apaper used color field which painting painting as a was minimalism, American movements of monochrome T medium,theoutline of with the tracing the socircles1960s heto simple geometric in differentwas thought of as painting moved toward a more early reduced the was tapeVeil. masking and I called Surface minimalism, and conceptual painting, blue, white, colors;paper left rigorous formal purity. red, ripped impersonal, painter. aart. He rhythmic patterns or single minimalist behind forms, isblack. known for abstract, best E green and to the give witness white-on-white process of S colors. creation. paintings. MODERN
  30. 30. H U M A N I T I E S MODERN PAINTING ART

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