Artist of the Week second semester
Leonardo Da   Vinci“Mona Lisa”
Leonardo Da   Vinci“Mona Lisa”Italian Renaissance
Leonardo Da     Vinci  “Mona Lisa”   Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint
Leonardo Da     Vinci  “Mona Lisa”   Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint• perspective; one point and      ae...
Leonardo Da       Vinci    “Mona Lisa”    Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint• perspective; one point and   ...
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”   Post-Impressionism
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”       Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodaf...
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”       Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodaf...
Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”       Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodaf...
Diego Rivera  “Making of a Fresco”   Mexican Muralism 1. studied in Europe and     was influenced by  Renaissance murals an...
politics: Rivera was told not to make it apolitical piece, buthe uses a worker  as the centralfigure in the work
Real wood scaffolding holds the fresco to the wall. Rivera also paints wood   scaffolding as part of the fresco
Clfford Wright, assistant
Jan Van Eyck“The Arnolfini Marriage” Northern Renaissance 1. first master of the use          of oil paint     2. Symbolism-...
1. used a ‘drip technique’ to paint   Jackson Pollock         canvases laid on the floor       “Mural”          2. originat...
Rembrandt van Rijn “Anatomy Lesson of Dr.    Nicholaes Tulp ”       Baroque1. considered the greatest       Dutch artist2....
Jacques-Louis David  “The Oath of Horatii ”       Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the      neoclassical style   2. Neo...
Jacques-Louis David  “The Oath of Horatii ”       Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the      neoclassical style   2. Neo...
Jacques-Louis David  “The Oath of Horatii ”       Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the      neoclassical style   2. Neo...
Edgar Degas  “Place de la Concorde”       Impressionism     1. Although considered a  founder of Impressionism, he preferr...
Edgar Degas  “Place de la Concorde”       Impressionism     1. Although considered a  founder of Impressionism, he preferr...
Edgar Degas  “Place de la Concorde”       Impressionism     1. Although considered a  founder of Impressionism, he preferr...
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  • 2nd Semester artists

    1. 1. Artist of the Week second semester
    2. 2. Leonardo Da Vinci“Mona Lisa”
    3. 3. Leonardo Da Vinci“Mona Lisa”Italian Renaissance
    4. 4. Leonardo Da Vinci “Mona Lisa” Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint
    5. 5. Leonardo Da Vinci “Mona Lisa” Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint• perspective; one point and aerial perspective
    6. 6. Leonardo Da Vinci “Mona Lisa” Italian Renaissance• early masterery of oil paint• perspective; one point and aerial perspective• chiaroscuro-use of light and dark to create form and realism
    7. 7. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
    8. 8. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
    9. 9. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
    10. 10. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
    11. 11. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge”
    12. 12. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge” Post-Impressionism
    13. 13. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge” Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodafter the Impressionists
    14. 14. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge” Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodafter the Impressionists•bright colors and strog outlines
    15. 15. Henri deToulouse-Lautrec “Moulin Rouge” Post-Impressionism•not part of a unified group,name describes a time periodafter the Impressionists•bright colors and strog outlines•brought low-life to high artwith scenes of night clubs, barsand brothels
    16. 16. Diego Rivera “Making of a Fresco” Mexican Muralism 1. studied in Europe and was influenced by Renaissance murals and Cubism 2. Married to Frida Kahlo twice 3. Murals very influencedby his politics and heritage
    17. 17. politics: Rivera was told not to make it apolitical piece, buthe uses a worker as the centralfigure in the work
    18. 18. Real wood scaffolding holds the fresco to the wall. Rivera also paints wood scaffolding as part of the fresco
    19. 19. Clfford Wright, assistant
    20. 20. Jan Van Eyck“The Arnolfini Marriage” Northern Renaissance 1. first master of the use of oil paint 2. Symbolism-using objects or symbols thatrepresent more, or tell a more complete story3. realistic and unidealized figures
    21. 21. 1. used a ‘drip technique’ to paint Jackson Pollock canvases laid on the floor “Mural” 2. originator of ‘action painting’,Abstract Expressionism using various objects and movement to apply paint 3. 2006-one of his paintings sold for $140,000,000
    22. 22. Rembrandt van Rijn “Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicholaes Tulp ” Baroque1. considered the greatest Dutch artist2. painter, printmaker and draughtsman(drawing)3. wide use of strong lightsource with dark shadowsto create dramatic effects
    23. 23. Jacques-Louis David “The Oath of Horatii ” Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the neoclassical style 2. Neoclassical, is new classical, reinventing the greek idealism of the figure 3. Important role in the French Revolution, sending many to the guillotine.
    24. 24. Jacques-Louis David “The Oath of Horatii ” Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the neoclassical style 2. Neoclassical, is new classical, reinventing the greek idealism of the figure 3. Important role in the French Revolution, sending many to the guillotine.
    25. 25. Jacques-Louis David “The Oath of Horatii ” Neoclassical1. Preeminent artist of the neoclassical style 2. Neoclassical, is new classical, reinventing the greek idealism of the figure 3. Important role in the French Revolution, sending many to the guillotine.
    26. 26. Edgar Degas “Place de la Concorde” Impressionism 1. Although considered a founder of Impressionism, he preferred to be called a Realist 2. His work focused on everyday life and people, butlacked the light and color of the other Impressionists 3. Many of his works are snapshots, like photography- which was a new art form
    27. 27. Edgar Degas “Place de la Concorde” Impressionism 1. Although considered a founder of Impressionism, he preferred to be called a Realist 2. His work focused on everyday life and people, butlacked the light and color of the other Impressionists 3. Many of his works are snapshots, like photography- which was a new art form
    28. 28. Edgar Degas “Place de la Concorde” Impressionism 1. Although considered a founder of Impressionism, he preferred to be called a Realist 2. His work focused on everyday life and people, butlacked the light and color of the other Impressionists 3. Many of his works are snapshots, like photography- which was a new art form

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