Study Guide #3 revised after snow day

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Study Guide #3 Basic Art Experiences Raoul Deal REVISED AFTER SNOW DAY W 2/20 (Lec 5) Peale’s Museum and the Production of America M 2/25 (Lec 6) From Cultural objects to Canvasses Read pp.130-140, 144-166, 171-184 Review the following questions: Romanticizing America What was the story behind Vanderlyn’s “The Death of Jane McRea?” What happened when Morse and Trumbull tried to charge admission to view their paintings? Peale’s Museum Whom did Charles Wilson Peale name many of his sons after? What was the significance of Peale’s Museum, and of his painting “The Exhumation of the Mastodon?” Who was William Pitt, and why was he a popular subject for American artists? What types of objects did Peale have in his museum? Itinerate Painters Why did traveling painters become so popular in the early 19 th century? Why weren’t many African American painters itinerate painters in the early 19 th century? Vocabulary: Art terms:
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Unformatted text preview: engraving, gouache, daguerreotype, Baroque style, Neoclassical, performance art Iroquois culture: Wampum, False Face Society Other terms : Federalism, taxidermy This unit we will be looking at distinct ways that American artists and artisans have looked at nature: through the decorating of clothes and pottery and the painting of landscapes, portraits, and still life. We will begin by thinking about the commonalities of the Native American approach to nature. Key issues to think about as you do the reading this week are: 1 American Indian “Landbase” vs. European “Landscape” Study Guide #3 Basic Art Experiences Raoul Deal • Two approaches to Nature (what are some key differences between these perspectives?): o Native American approach: incorporating nature into art, clothing, and ceramics o European American approach: landscape, Native American portraiture, and still-life painting 2...
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