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Art

  1. 1. ©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />The Art of Being Human, 7/e<br />Chapter 5 – <br />Art<br />PowerPoint by Julie Rodakowski<br />
  2. 2. ©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />THE NEED TO IMITATE<br />People—past and present—have felt the need to reproduce their surroundings, whether it be on the wall of a cave or on a piece of paper, on a bar of soap or on a piece of marble. Artists have thus chosen different MEDIA to create their imitations, some of which reflect directly the surroundings, and others that represent an inner reality rather than an external one.<br />
  3. 3. ©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />CREATING LIKENESS IN DIFFERENT STYLES<br />REPRESENTATIVE ARTISTS:<br />REPRESENTATIVE <br />ART FORMS:<br /><ul><li> Giotto
  4. 4. Leonardo da Vinci
  5. 5. Michelangelo
  6. 6. Raphael
  7. 7. Rembrandt
  8. 8. Classical Art
  9. 9. Medieval Art
  10. 10. Renaissance Art</li></li></ul><li>©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />A REBELLION AGAINST PERFECT LIKENESS<br />REPRESENTATIVE <br />ART FORMS:<br />REPRESENTATIVE ARTISTS:<br /><ul><li> Goya
  11. 11. Manet
  12. 12. Monet
  13. 13. Mary Cassatt
  14. 14. Whistler
  15. 15. van Gogh
  16. 16. Impressionism
  17. 17. Post-Impressionism</li></li></ul><li>©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />ART AS ALTERATION<br />REPRESENTATIVE <br />ART FORMS:<br />REPRESENTATIVE ARTISTS:<br /><ul><li> Kandinsky
  18. 18. Picasso
  19. 19. Braque
  20. 20. Dali
  21. 21. O’Keeffe
  22. 22. Hopper
  23. 23. Douglas
  24. 24. Hanson
  25. 25. Warhol
  26. 26. Kienholz
  27. 27. Christo Javacheff
  28. 28. Abstract Art
  29. 29. Cubism
  30. 30. Surrealism
  31. 31. Pop Art
  32. 32. Performance Art</li></li></ul><li>©2003 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Longman Publishers.<br />ARCHITECTURE AS ART<br />REPRESENTATIVE ARCHITECTS:<br />REPRESENTATIVE BUILDINGS:<br /><ul><li> Sydney Opera House
  33. 33. Guggenheim Museum—</li></ul> New York<br /><ul><li> Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co.
  34. 34. Guggenheim Museum—</li></ul> Bilbao, Spain <br /><ul><li> Jorn Utzon
  35. 35. Frank Lloyd Wright
  36. 36. Philip Johnson
  37. 37. Frank O. Gehry</li>

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