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Representational and Abstract Art
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panish painter sculptor graphic artist and ceramist 1881-1973 Pablo Picasso: Spanish painter, sculptor, graphic artist, and ceramist, who worked in France. He is generally considered in his technical virtuosity, enormous versatility, and incredible originality and prolificity to have been the foremost figure in 20th-century art.
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Pablo Picasso, First Communion , 1895-1896. Oil on canvas, 65 3/8" x 46 1/2". Museo Picasso, Barcelona. Representational (Related terms: Naturalistic, Figurative): Resembles forms in the natural world; “window on the world”.
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Andrea Mantegna, Camera degli Sposi The Oculus 1473. Fresco 70 cm diameter 270 cm diameter Palazzo Ducale, Mantua Trompe l'oeil (French for 'trick the eye.’ ronounced: tromp y): pronounced: tromp-loy): Style of representation in which a painted object is intended to deceive the viewer into believing it is the object itself.
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Julian Beever Make Poverty History 2005, Edinburgh. Scotland
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Duane Hanson, Slab Man , 1976, Vinyl, olychromed in oil with accessories Life ize polychromed in oil, with accessories. Life-size. Cantor Museum at Stanford University Duane Hanson, Housepainter III , 1984/1988. Autobody filler, polychromed mixed py media, with accessories, life- size .
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Duane Hanson, Tourists II , 1988 DUANE HANSON, Supermarket Shopper , 1970. Polyester resin and fiberglass polychromed in oil, with clothing, steel cart, and groceries, life- size.
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Abstract Art: 1.Art that distorts, exaggerates or Is this a representational work of art? simplifies the natural world to provide essence or universal eneralized form generalized form. 2. Art that does not represent ablo Picasso recognizable objects Pablo Picasso , Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (the Young Women of Avignon) 1907. Oil on Canvas, 8’X7’8” Museum of Modern Art. ew York New York
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Pablo Picasso, First Pablo Picasso , es Demoiselles d’Avignon he Communion, 1895-1896. Oil on canvas, 65 3/8" x 46 1/2". Museo Picasso, Barcelona. Les Demoiselles d Avignon (the Young Women of Avignon) 1907. Oil on Canvas, 8’X7’8”
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Head of a King, from Ife. Cylindrical Head , c. 13th-14th century, Ife. Yoruba. Terra cotta, 6 Yoruba , c. 13th century. Brass, life-size. The British Museum, London. y, , 3/8" high. National Commission for Museums and Monuments, Nigeria.
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Constantin Brâncu ş i , Sleep . Marble, 1908 Constantin Brancusi, Sleeping Muse , ronze marble 1909 910 bronze, marble 1909-1910
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Louis Bourgeois rench- orn American French born American Abstract Expressionist Sculptor, born in 1911. After studying art in Paris, she moved to New York in 1938 with her husband Robert Goldwater and became active in the feminist movement. She was the first woman artist to have a retrospective at the MoMA in 1982. Robert Mapplethorpe. Louise Bourgeois, 1982 (Bourgeois is holding her latex sculpture Fillette —a French term that refers to a young and inexperienced girl)
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"My childhood never lost its magic, never lost its mystery, and never lost its drama." Louise Bourgeois Louise Bourgeois lind Man´ Buff 1984 Marble Blind Man s Buff 1984. Marble
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Comaprison: Artemis of Ephesus. 1st century CE Roman copy of the cult statue of the Temple of Ephesus.
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