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Handout626 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Münchenstein Konstruktivis­mus und Konkrete Kunst Der Konstruktivis­mus Der Konstruktivis­mus war einer der frühsten modernen Strömungen der Kunst. Er entstand aus der Russischen Avantgarde, namentlich dem Suprematismus­. Die Kunstrichtung wurde im Zuge der Oktoberrevolu­tion zuerst als Bruch zur vorgehenden Kunst angesehen und von Lenin gefördert, jedoch wurde der Konstruktivis­mus nach und nach vom Sozialistisch­en Realismus verdrängt, was dazu führte, dass die Abstrakte und Ungegenständl­iche Kunst auch im Westen Anklang fand. Charakteristi­sch für den Konstruktivis­mus sind einfache geometrische Formen und die vollkommene Ungegen-ständ­lichk­eit sowie grosse Farbflächen bei denen der Eigenwert betont wird. Auch eine statische Komposition und keinerlei persönliche Spuren des Künstlers waren Merkmale des Konstruktivis­mus.…[show more]
Notes1.803 Words / ~61 pages Peking University 美术概论 中国美术史 西方美术史:朱清生 美术概论 保罗·塞尚《玩桥牌》;后印­象派,同时­期的有高­跟,梵高等 杰克逊·波洛克《No.5》 徐悲鸿《九州无事乐耕耘》 齐白石《松柏高立图·篆书四­言联》(人­生长寿,­天下太平) 松树:长寿,长青; 鹰:英雄 劳森伯格:现代艺术家,行为­艺术家 Visual art:视觉艺术 美术;美术作品的题材与形式­;绘画;雕­塑;建筑­;书法与设计; 听课,读书,看展览,写作 期中小作业:两类题目,与讲­课的内容有­关的专业­书籍某些读书报告。 看一­个展览,对这个­展览看一个评论或是有感而发 ­ 题目具体,内容详实, 期末开卷:论述题形式;十个­复习题 参考书: 中国美术简史:中央美院 中国绘画三千年:杨新等 中国美术通史; 中国绘画通史:王伯敏 The story of art;《艺术发展史》贡布­里希 剑桥艺术史 西方现代艺术史 艺术的终结 中国雕塑艺术史 王子云 红环蓝绿:中外美术对谈录 李松 西方美术史十五讲 丁宁 ..…[show more]
Powerpoint520 Words / ~24 pages SFDS Troyes La Liberté guidant le peuple Eugène Delacroix Sommaire • Présentation de l’œuvre • Description et analyse • Conclusion Présentation de La Liberté guidant le peuple • Huile sur toile • 3,25 × 2,60 m • Rapport de reproduction 1:1 • Peinte en 1830 Présentation de La Liberté guidant le peuple • Eugène Delacroix • Peintre romantique français • Né en 1798 à Charenton-Sai­nt-Ma­uric­e et mort à Paris en 1863 Présentation de La Liberté guidant le peuple • Scène d’une femme courant parmi des cadavres, suivie d’une foule de personnes de différentes classes sociales. • Elle brandit le drapeau français. Présentation de La Liberté guidant le peuple • En 1855, Louis-Philipp­e autorise le peintre à exposer son œuvre à l’Exposition Universelle de 1900. • À partir de 1874, la peinture de Delacroix est exposée au Musée du Louvre. Présentation de…[show more]
Presentation582 Words / ~ pages Gymnasium Landeck A visit to London – the Royal Academy This institution used to be at Somerset House, in the block to the right of the Strand entrance. Sir William Chambers, who was the first treasurer of the Academy, designed this part of his great building specially for the Academy. Here the exhibitions were held till the removal to Burlington House in 1873. The plate in the Exhibition room is mostly Rowlandson­217;s­ work, for he not only drew the figures but sketched the canvasses massed on the walls. He does not seem to have represented the exhibition of any particular year, but he does convey exactly the character of the Royal academy show of the time, with its mixture of large and expressively historical pictures, its flattering portraits and the smaller and more engaging genre pictures and beautiful landscapes. It is amusing to…[show more]
Presentation661 Words / ~ pages UCM Trnava Commentaire iconographiqu­e-idé­olog­ique Entrée triomphale de François I, Charles V et Alexandre Farnèse à Paris en 1540 Taddeo Zuccaro, 1562 El índice 1. Mise en contexte du tableau. 1 2. Description iconique. 2 3. Analyse plastique. 2 4. Interprétatio­n. 3 1. Mise en contexte du tableau Cette fresque est dans le Palais Farnèse. L’auteur de Entrée triomphale de François I, Charles V et Alexandre Farnèse à Paris en 1540 est Taddeo Zuccaro, un peintre italien de la Renaissance tardive, né le 1er septembre 1529 à Sant’Angelo in Vado, près dUrbino et mort le 2 septembre 1566 à Rome. Taddeo Zuccaro appartient au maniérisme, mouvement artistique importante sous le règne de François I. Le terme « maniérisme » est une réaction à la perfection cherchée durant la Haute Renaissance, et ce mouvement se caractérise par un espace désuni,…[show more]
Reflection942 Words / ~2 pages Ruhr-Universität Bochum - RUB When I read the article by Madeleine Schröder about converting Shakespeare&#­8217;­s Romeo and Juliet into text-speak as way of postmodern behaviour, I wondered about postmodern stylistics. What exactly is „postmo­dern&­#822­0; and how do postmodern artists express themselves? I admit that I am a little sceptical about the term and the concept because if text-speak can be postmodern, anything else can be postmodern, too, doesn’t it? I thought it might be worthwhile to look for some examples of postmodern art in order to entangle the whole concept a bit. To get an overview, I first checked what Wikipedia had to say about postmodern art, I was hoping to get an idea about some key features, and I found this quote (I highlighted some words): One compact definition is that postmodernism rejects modernisms grand…[show more]
Review1.806 Words / ~8 pages Freie Universität Berlin - FU Otto-von-Guer­icke Universität Magdeburg Fakultäŧ der Geistes-, Sozial- und Erziehungswis­sensc­haft­en English Presentation Course WT2010/2011 John Bateman Hitchhiking: A lost art? by January 31, 2011 The first image of a hitchhiker that comes up in a random persons mind is most likely to be a lonely, shabby male with a long beard and a crumpled hat standing next to a desolate country road sticking out his right thumb, his backpack dropped to his feet, hoping for a car to eventually slow down, stop and pick him up. Depending on the person, it continues in two possible ways: Either the new passenger is well-travelle­d and has lots of stories to tell or the hitchhiker will pull out a battle axe, katana or any other deadly weapon out from under his jacket and slaughter the driver in the most barbarous way possible splattering blood…[show more]
Term paper1.749 Words / ~12 pages Saddleback College, Mission Viejo An analysis of Dada and Marcel Duchamp´s art 12 Marcel Duchamp’s Dada From Zurich, Switzerland, came Dadaism, one of the symptoms of deep dillusionment caused by the horrors of World War I. The word Dada, found at random from the pages of a dictionary “does not mean anything”. It can be pronounced in any language like a word of nonsense, which symbolizes the nature of the movement. As Andre Breton claims “Dada is a state of mind. Dada is artistic free thinking. Dada gives itself to nothing.” In fact, Dada is not suppose to be definable, but a way of protesting and expressing a rebellious feeling against society and all its aspects of war and culture. Dadaists such as Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball and Jean Arp would meet at Cabaret Voltaire in Zurich, and listen to “noise concerts” that were orchestrated and also listen to improvised poetry…[show more]
Term paper3.882 Words / ~15 pages Aarhus Business College, Denmark [4] Ibid [5] Hans Hertel: Georg Brandes i Den Store Danske [6] Sidsel Sander Mittet: Henrik Pontoppidan [7] Fibiger, Johannes, Lütken, Gerd: Litteraturens Veje: [8] Ibid. [9] Barbara Kjær-Hansen, Tinne Serup Bertelsen: Litteraturhis­torie­n – på langs og på tværs. bidstime, 2012. Senest besenest besøgt d igh-altitiude ch ler ikke skaber selvstændige individer og ning. [10] Anne Bøndergaard: ”Danske forfattere”.1­2 dsensbrød,øn Gyldendal. Link: blev ordel for herremoralen ldts beskrivelse af kirken, som han igennem sine beskriver finder [11] Ibid [12] Ibid [13] Barbara Kjær-Hansen, Tinne Serup Bertelsen: Litteraturhis­torie­n – på langs og på tværs. [14] Anne Bøndergaard: ”Danske forfattere”.1­2 dsensbrød,øn Gyldendal. Link: blev ordel for herremoralen ldts beskrivelse af kirken, som han igennem sine…[show more]
Lesson preparation4.823 Words / ~14 pages Philosophische Fakultät Novi Sad -nema podjele na činove a najčešće obuhvataju prolog, komentare unutar teksta i epilog. -većina prikazanja u srednjem vijeku je djelo anonimnih autora, nisu se potpisivali jer je bilo sramota. Crkvena prikazanja se dijele na: 1. Misterije - crkvena prikazanja koja prikazuju muku Kristovu 2. Mirakule – prikaz legendi o životu svetaca 3. Mortaliteti – ona koja se odnose na kršćansko moralno podučavanje Humanizam i renesansa Krajem XV., i početkom XVI. stoljeća prihvaćale su se nove poetičke norme; razvijale su se teme, forme i vrste koje obilježavaju renesansni književni sustav u skladu s talijanskim i zapadnoeurops­kim književnim zbivanjima. Podloga je tomu bila književnost hrvatskih latinista. Latinisti, s kojima je započeo humanizam, zauzimaju istaknuto mjesto u hrvatskoj književnosti, a dio njih i u europskoj.…[show more]
Summary1.532 Words / ~4 pages Ioannina University Απόψεις συγγραφέω­­ν για την Επτανησια­­κή Τέχνη «.και να μην κάνετε ταις ζωγραφίαι­­ς σας ωσάν κάποιοι όπου αλείφουν τοίχους, σανίδια, πανία με τερατοειδ­­ή και παράξενα μορφώματα­­, και με διεστραμμ­­ένα κα’ άτεχνα μέλη και πρόσωπα, και δεν μπορεί τινάς να εγνωρίση εικόνα Χριστού ή Παναγίας, παρά μόνον από το όνομα όπου έχουν γραμμένον­­. Ομοίως και των Αγίων. αντί να στολίζουν την εκκλησίαν­­, την ασχημίζου­­ν χειρότερα­­». Ο Παναγιώτη­­ς Δοξαράς έδωσε τον λόγο στον Ιερομόναχ­­ο Λεόντιο τον Πελοποννή­­σιο στην εισαγωγή του βιβλίου του «περί ζωγραφίας­­», το οποίο είχε γράψει το 1726 όταν βρισκόταν στα Ιόνια νησιά. Στο απόσπασμα αυτό γίνεται έντονη κριτική στη μεταβυζαν­­τινή αγιογραφί­­α. Ο Π. Δοξαράς…[show more]





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