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Master Artists A look at Master artists and their brush strokes TRANSLATING AN ARTISTS STYLE: HOW COULD BOTICELLIS ART INFLUENCE YOUR PORTRAITS? Art I Art History PowerPoint Project A.Select an Artist Use this website to look at artworks. Stylistic Category/Period: Renaissance Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci Michelangelo Leonardo da Vinci BOTICELLI Stylistic Category/Period: Baroque Caravaggio Artemesia Gentileschi Rembrandt Caravaggio Artemesia Gentileschi Rembrandt Caravaggio Artemesia Gentilischi Rembrandt Stylistic Category/Period: Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Claude Monet Mary Cassatt Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Claude Monet Mary Cassatt Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Claude Monet Mary Cassatt Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Stylistic Category/Period: Expressionism Constantin Brancusi Edvard Munch Constantin Brancusi Edvard Munch Constantin Brancusi Edvard Munch Stylistic Category/Period: Surrealism Salvador Dali Rene Magritte Salvador Dali Rene Magritte Salvador Dali Rene Magritte Master of Many 20 th Century Styles: Pablo Picasso If you choose Picasso identify each artwork with the appropriate style in which he worked: Blue Period Cubism Rose Period 20 th Century Neoclassic If you choose Picasso identify each artwork with the appropriate style in which he worked: Blue Period Cubism Rose Period 20 th Century Neoclassic Pablo Picasso Stylistic Category/Period: Pop Art Roy Lichtenstein Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol Roy Lichtenstein Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol Roy Lichtenstein 80 x 68 inches 48 x 48 inches Claes Oldenburg Andy Warhol Stylistic Category/Period: Organic Architecture Frank Lloyd Wright Study this SAMPLE POWERPOINT PROJECT B. Create a PowerPoint Presentation Jan Vermeer Beetle Bailey Art I 2 nd Period March 1, 2008 The Bourgeois Baroque Period is characterized by art for middle class people. Everyday scenes and objects are the main subjects. Bourgeois Baroque Style Birth date: 1632 Death date: 1675 Place of Birth: Delft, Netherlands Education/Training: Unknown About the Artist: Jan Vermeer Interesting Facts About Vermeer Lived in Delft, Netherlands and seldom traveled outside of the city Painted only paintings! Wasnt famous until almost 300 years after his death! Made his living as an owner of a hotel and picture gallery Had 15 children! Used a camera obscura to set up and draw his compositions The basic camera obscura consists of a room with a small opening, the images are projected both upside down and reversed. Officer with a Laughing Girl c Oil on canvas This map and room appears in many of Vermeers paintings. View of Delft Oil on Canvas This is one of Vermeers few landscape pictures. It was painted looking through an inverted telescope! Young Woman with a Water Jug Oil on canvas This is the first Vermeer painting to become part of an American collection. Girl with a Pearl Earring 1665 Oil on Canvas This painting inspired a 1999 novel, Girl With a Pearl Earring,, about a modest Dutch maid who becomes a model for the painter Johannes Vermeer. The book was made into a movie in 2003 starring Scarlet Johannson and Colin Firth. The Art of Painting Oil on canvas, This may be a self portrait of Vermeer, but no one knows for certain. This painting is signed twice, but probably not by the artist! The Geographer c Oil on canvas, Referencesbscura/co_two.htmlhttp://www.essentialvermeer.com/camera_o bscura/co_two.html (February 19, 2008)(February 19, 2008)(February 19, 2008)

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