Modern Art Quiz Flashcards

Art
Terms Definitions
Sisley
Impressionism
Gauguin
1848-1903
Vignon
Classical Revival
Henri Matisse
1869-1954
Vassily Kandinsky
1866-1944
Heizer
Double Negative
Hodler
Early Expressionism (Post-Impressionism)
Vincent Van Gogh
1853-1890
Ofilli
Holy Virgin Mary
1737
First public Salons
Frank Lloyd Wright
Prairie Style
Do Amaral
Abaporú, 1928; Brazil
Burial at Ornans
Courbet: 1850
Johnson & Burgee
AT&T Headquarters
Pablo Picasso's Guernica, 1937
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Munter “Self Portrait” 1911
Paxton
Early Modern Architecture-Form Follows Function
Keith Haring
artist; graffiti; developed distinctive vocab of coartoon figures; politically creative; made 1000s of chalk drawings "in transit"
Braque
The Portuguese, 1911; Cubism (Analytic)
Head of a Woman
Gabo: 1916-17
Virgina State Capitol, Jefferson
American Neoclassicism
Art Nouveau
1890s-1900s decorative style; ornamental with long sinuous curved lines, organic "plant forms"
Apollonian
godlike, living by enlightened, aesthetic, intellectual values; harmonious, spiritual; rational, reason
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Cezanne “Portrait of Louis-Auguste Cezanne” 1866
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"Bottle Rack" Marcel Duchamp. 1914
Serusier
The Nabis (The Prophets) *The Talisman*
WPA
directed by Cahill; supports artists all over the country; employed them to continue to work for money and enabled them to keep working
Kahlo
The Two Fridas, 1939; Mexico; Semi-Surrealist
cezanne
..... would develop his unique approach to painting, which would have such a tremendous influence on the art of the 20th century
Mondrian
Composition w/ yellow, red, and blue
Futurism
1909-1916; movement that advocated a break with the artistic past and sought to integrate sound, smell, and speed into painting; glorified machines, violence, war
Alexander Calder
A twentieth-century American sculptor known especially for his mobiles.
Capriccio
imaginary constructed view point; look very picturesk with some exaggeration.
divisionism
Divisionism refers to the separation of colour into individual strokes of pigment, in accord with colour theories, rather than to the points themselves.
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"Memorial to Karl Libenique" Kathe Kollwitz 1919. Wood cut
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Vassily Kandinsky. "The Blue Rider" 1903. Oil on Canvas. Expressionism(The Blue Rider)
double consciousness
idea that African Americans should define themselves and not how white portrayed them
Kosuth
One and Three Chairs, 1965; Conceptual Art
berthe morisot
she influenced manet into using brighter colors like the impressionists
she was first a model for manet
she is a great painter herself
she places her figures in deep space
Seurat
Did things with a technique called pointillism, which is very tiny dots. Very meticulous and did not do very many paintings.
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"Europe After the Rain" Max Ernst. 1940-42
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Franz Marc. "Fighting Forms" Oil on Canvas. 1914. Expressionism(The Blue Rider)
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Georges Minne - 1898-1906 - Fountain of Five Kneeling Youths - Marble - Modern Sculpture
McKim Mead & White
Early Modern Architecture-Form Follows Function
Betye Saar
artist; did "The Liberation of Aunt Jemima"; looking at advertising, media stereotype
Der Blaue Reiter
This German movement produced feeling in artwork through form and color, using complete abstraction.
Renaissance Art
art which shows figures both religious or non-religious, more realistic, emphasis on nature, three dimensional with perspective, people are active and show great emotion
chiaroscuro
describe the effects of light and dark in a work of art, particularly when they are strongly contrasting
paris
which city was the center of the art world in 1890?
Paul Klee
A Swiss artist who painted mainly in the twentieth century. Influenced by KandinskyHes is known for his whimsical, small-scale works that display a mastery of line, form, and subtle colors.
The Armory Show
exhibition in 1913 in NY; organized by Association of American Paintings and sculptors; controversy of art; powerful impetus for advancement of modernism in America; people who otherwise had little connection to modern art/art in general were attending the show
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