STUDY  AFTER VELASQUEZ’S <br />PORTRAIT OF POPE INNOCENT <br />1953<br />RICH HARBOUR <br />PAUL KLEE<br />1938<br />
PAUL KLEE<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Born in Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland 1879<br />There’s poetic qualities of Klee’s visu...
During the day magnificent midsummer flora made things unusually colorful and late at night and before dawn, a firmament u...
GREYPOINT<br /> <br />The greypoint in art terminology is the place between black white and between one colour and its opp...
RHYTHM<br /> <br />Without learning its basic mechanisms we may be unaware of the rhythm in paintings despite it always be...
Of  course the pattern cause our eyes to move in zigzag rhythms<br /> <br /> <br />This theorical of calculations were onl...
FRANCIS BACON<br /> Born in Irlandia 1909<br /> <br /> <br />STRANGE TASTE FOR<br />HORROR<br /> <br /> <br />Offered dist...
DELEUZE The Logic of Sensation (1981)<br />It’s a book about aesthetics, contain FrancisBacon’s paintings breakdown, combi...
 <br />SCREAM………..HORROR…………HYSTERIA............SENSE OF ISOLATION AND ABANDONMENT……where is it come from?? <br /> <br />T...
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  1. 1. STUDY AFTER VELASQUEZ’S <br />PORTRAIT OF POPE INNOCENT <br />1953<br />RICH HARBOUR <br />PAUL KLEE<br />1938<br />
  2. 2. PAUL KLEE<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> Born in Munchenbuchsee, Switzerland 1879<br />There’s poetic qualities of Klee’s visual images<br />
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  4. 4. During the day magnificent midsummer flora made things unusually colorful and late at night and before dawn, a firmament unfolded before me that lured my soul into vast expanses<br />Flower Myth<br />
  5. 5. GREYPOINT<br /> <br />The greypoint in art terminology is the place between black white and between one colour and its opposite<br /> <br />When we mix equal parts of pure white and pure black, we then obtain a neutral grey. Likewise, when we mix equal parts of colour and its opposite, red and green for example we also obtain grey.<br /> <br />Grey point is the chaos………the colour will emerge from the poles, separate out from the chaos……<br /> <br />Still it is the artist’s job to establish balances between these poles<br />
  6. 6. RHYTHM<br /> <br />Without learning its basic mechanisms we may be unaware of the rhythm in paintings despite it always being a part of the way we view artwork<br /> <br /> <br />PRIMARY COLOUR SECONDARY COLOUR<br />BLACK & WHITE OTHER COLOUR<br /> <br /> <br />There’s more gravity pulling our eyes to the primaries and black, so they often begin there then afterward most times we jump to their complements rather then to some other colour<br />
  7. 7. Of course the pattern cause our eyes to move in zigzag rhythms<br /> <br /> <br />This theorical of calculations were only to play a secondary role in artistic creation for, they served merely as means to help arrange the chaos of the painters emotion.<br /> <br />Farbtafel<br />
  8. 8. FRANCIS BACON<br /> Born in Irlandia 1909<br /> <br /> <br />STRANGE TASTE FOR<br />HORROR<br /> <br /> <br />Offered disturbing images, rejected almost all analysis of his paintings, repudiated any category used to describe them and refused to allow them to be discussed individually in the catalogues of the exhibitions of his work that were mounted during his life time<br /> <br /> <br />
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  10. 10. DELEUZE The Logic of Sensation (1981)<br />It’s a book about aesthetics, contain FrancisBacon’s paintings breakdown, combined with Deleuze aesthetics theory, such as aesthetics comprehension, rhythm, chaos, and force in FrancisBacon’s paintings.<br />2 GENERAL ROUTES OF MODERN PAINTING<br /> <br />ABSTRACT (MONDRIAN/KADINSKY)FIGURAL<br />Francis Bacon<br /> <br />
  11. 11.  <br />SCREAM………..HORROR…………HYSTERIA............SENSE OF ISOLATION AND ABANDONMENT……where is it come from?? <br /> <br />The Artist said it is from medical book, about mouth disease, which is fascinated Francis Bacon and become obsessed by them, and Sergei Eistenstein’s the Potemkin film, and the reflection of Francis Bacon’s difficult life.<br /> <br /> <br />It said as a young boy, Francis Bacon frequently locked screaming for hours in a cupboard by a nanny…..<br /> <br />“That cupboard was the making of me”<br /> <br />

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