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Chapter Three

Chapter Three - Chapter Three I II III Paul Klee a...

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Chapter Three I. Paul Klee a. Landscape with Yellow Birds, 1932 i. Paul Klee ii. Strongly influenced with the art of children iii. Elements 1. Line, shape, color, texture, space, time, variation II. Line a. Most basic element b. Rails and Jet Trails i. Ansel Adams ii. Roseville, California, 1953 c. Wallenote i. 2002, made all of line, Abby Leigh d. Two Acrobats i. 1928 ii. Makes art intended to appeal to children, theme of circus showing acrobats, clowns, etc. iii. Alexander Calder III. Op Art a. Definition: an art movement that runs approximately from 1955-1975, involving an artist’s attempt to produce a SOMATIC or physical response in the viewer
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b. Current i. Bridget Riley, 1964 ii. Seems like its moving PUT NOTES HERE I. Perspective a. Linear b. School of Athens i. Linear perspective diagram of Raphael’s School of Athens ii. Stanza della Segnatura iii. 1508 iv. Vanishing point right above the middle men’s heads v. Linear & atmospheric perspective c. Aerial Perspective i. Atmospheric perspective makes objects further away appear less distinct, and less intense in color d. Shen Zhou, Poet on a Mountaintop, Min Dynasty, late 15c.
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