Chapter 20 The Twentieth Century

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Chapter 20 The Twentieth Century: The Early Years First : read and focus Read Chapter 20, The Twentieth Century: The Early Years. Focus on the principal movements in art and their unique characteristics. As always focus on how the works and movements presented in this chapter relate to the works and movements from the preceding chapters and to each other. Notice how many different movements that take place during the period between the beginning of the last century through the 1930s. Second : review and extra help Visit these sites for Chapter 20. They were recommended by your book Understanding Art. http://www.moma.org/ and http://art.wadsworth.com/fichner8/ Third : vocabulary and terminology Vocabulary and terminology from Chapter 20 to know for the final test. Salon d'Automne, Fauves, Expressionism, Die Brucke (The Bridge), Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider), Nonobjective, New Objectivity (Neue Sachlichkeit), Cubism, Analytic Cubism, Collage, Synthetic cubism, Futurism, Dynamism, Constructivism, De Stijl, Fantastic art, Dada, Surrealism, Automatic writing, Illusionistic Surrealism, Automatist Surrealism, and Psychic automatism. Fourth : works of art Works of art for Chapter 20 to know for the final test. Pg 470 fig 20-1; Pg 471 fig 20-2; Pg 472 fig 20-3; Pg 473 fig 20-4; Pg 475 fig 20- 6; Pg 476 fig 20-7; Pg 477 fig 20-9; Pg 479 fig 20-13; Pg 479 fig 20-12; Pg 480 fig 20-14; Pg 483 fig 20-17; Pg 484 fig 20-19; Pg 484 fig 20-20; Pg 486 fig 20-23; Pg 489 fig 20-27; Pg 490 fig 20-28. Associate the works of art to the vocabulary and terminology. Fifth : CONCEPTS AND QUESTIONS Concepts and questions for Chapter 20. This assignment is for a grade and must be completed on or before its due date. For this assignments due date and all assignment due dates you must check your weekly course outline and/or your syllabus. Due dates must be observed to receive credit for this assignment. Once the quiz has been shut down it will not be reopened. Look on page 470 at figure 20-1. London Bridge by Andre Derain
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1. A short-lived but influential art movement, __________ originated in Paris in 1905 with an exhibition at the Salon d'Automne. It included a number of loosely related individual styles, but together they choose their color and brushwork on the basis of its ability to express emotional qualities. They painted traditional subject matters of nudes, still life's, and landscapes, but what set their works apart was their harsh, nondescriptive color, bold linear patterning, and a distorted form of perspective. We see this in Andre Derain's painting London Bridge . A. Futurism B. Die Brucke (The Bridge) C. Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider) D. Expressionism E. Fauvism Look on page 471 at figure 20-2. Red Room 2. ____________ was part of the Fauves movement but his reputation exceeded the short lived movement. He developed a style characterized by surface pattern, strong, sinuous lines and brilliant colors as we can see in his work Red Room . We can also see the influence Fauvism had on his style as in the
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course ART 1301 taught by Professor Brockman during the Summer '08 term at Blinn College.

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