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Presentation_Art1 3spring08-2 - Images Dominate Our Lives...

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Images Dominate Our Lives They Tell Us What To Think
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Visual Art Make a connection between the artist and yourself Consider the artist’s intention
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Imitation Artists transfer what they see in their 3-D world to a 2-D surface. Interpretation: some part of the painting imitates the world that’s inside the artist. Imitation does not always mean creating a direct likeness
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The Human Body is the Most Popular Image in Art
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Representational and Abstract Art The Degas reveals his impression of the ballet dancers. The Pollack shows what he’s feeling inside. The lack of subject may be the artists point.
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Jackson Pollack Full Fathom Five,1947
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Pilgrimage to Cythera by Jean- Antoine Watteau, 1717
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Painting #201 by Wassily Kandinsky, 1914
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Fantastical vs. Realism The Van Gogh isn’t real but painted as an emotional representation This work tries to be as real as a photograph. The technique is the art.
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Van Gogh,The Potato Eaters,1885
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Wheat Field and Cypress Tree by Van Gogh, 1889
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The Scream by Edvard Munch, 1893
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Julian Beever, Pavement Art Formalism, transforming a 2D surface into a 3D illusion
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2-D Art
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This note was uploaded on 04/11/2008 for the course FA 2004 taught by Professor Asweinstein during the Spring '08 term at Virginia Tech.

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