1-8-08-Academic Art

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What Is Modern Art? Precursors to Modern Art January 8, 2009
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Some Basic Art Terms Perspective Composition Chiaroscuro Color palette Complementary colors Diminution (of scale) Foreshortening Highlights Medium (pl. media) Modeling Naturalism Painterly Picture plane Representational Shading Iconography Vanishing Point
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Some Art-historical Terms The Academy Academic Art The Salon Orientalism 19 th Cent. Movements Neoclassicism Romanticism The Pre-Raphaelites Realism Genres History painting (mythological, religious, or historical themes) Landscape Still-life Portrait Animal Genre (mundane life)
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Did modernism begin in 1863? Edouard Manet: Luncheon on the Grass , 1863
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Or in 1855? Gustave Courbet: The Painter’s Studio , 1855
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In 1824? Arundel Mill and Castle (a typical Constable work), 1837
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Or in 1784? Jacques-Louis David: The Oath of the Horatii , 1784
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Neoclassicism: Jacques-Louis David The Death of Socrates , 1787 Death of Marat , 1793
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Neoclassicism: Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres Grande Odalisque , 1814 Oedipus and the Sphinx , c. 1808
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Romanticism: Eugène Delacroix Liberty Leading the People , 1830 Massacre at Chios , 1822-4
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Romanticism: Théodore Géricault An Officer Charging , 1814 Madwoman , c. 1822
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  • Spring '09
  • KarlaHuebner
  • Eugène Delacroix, Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Gustave Courbet, Academic art, casper david Friedrich, Monsieur Courbet

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