Art Journal Week Five


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Refer to the assigned reading from the textbook and required videos as examples of how to interpret works of art.

Select a work of art of your choice from any of the interactive museums provided in Week OneView in a new window, the CourseMate Bonus images, or from your local art museum. Contemplate the work of art and add your interpretation of the art, based on the characteristics of the corresponding movement, to your art journal (the Prezi started in Week One). Pay close attention to style, media (materials), methods, subjects and any other details that make this work significant, using appropriate art terminology. Be sure to include your personal reaction to the work of art and an image of the work. How do you perceive this work of art differently now compared to how you interpreted the artwork in your art journal from earlier weeks?

TIP: To fully contemplate the work of art using what you have learned about art and art appreciation, it is recommended that you examine the work of art for at least ten minutes, taking note of your reactions and observations throughout your examination. Use these notes to compose your journal entry.

Include an image of the work of art you have chosen and be sure to cite the work of art.

Please follow the basic modified APA style citation format in the APA Artwork CitationsView in a new window document to reference works of art.

Carefully review the Grading Rubric (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your journal entries.

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Running head: ART MOVEMENTS 1 The Five Movements April Martin Instructor: Samantha Bellinger ART101 September 14, 2017 ART MOVEMENTS Renaissance Renaissance art, therefore, is the sculpture, painting and decorative arts that that took place in Europe from the medieval period to about the Early Modern age (McIntosh, 2015). The Renaissance is a period in European history between 14th and 17th century. It started in Italy but quickly spread to other parts of Europe. Renaissance art is regarded as one of the noblest arts of the ancient times, owing to the fact that it was first associated with Classical antiquity and transformed to include contemporary scientific knowledge. Artist: Sandro Botticelli’s Title: The Birth of Venus Painted in: c1484 Medium: Tempera on Canvas Dimensions: 67.9 ×109.6 in Location: Botticelli Room, Florence, Italy. Artist: Titian Title: Sacred and Profane Love Year: c1514 Medium: oil on canvas Dimensions: 46 ×110 in Location: Galleria Borghese, Rome 2 ART MOVEMENTS Baroque The Baroque refers to a period of art that used motion and easily-interpreted detail to produce painting, sculpture, music, architecture, literature and other forms of arts. This artistic movement of Western Europe began in 1600 and ended in 1750. The popularity of this artistic style was influenced by the Catholic Church to communicate religious themes directly and emotionally (Dickey, 2016). These artworks were usually installed at the entrance of courts, reception rooms, and grand staircases. Artist: Gian Lorenzo Bernini Title: Ecstasy of Saint Teresa Medium: Marble Dimensions: Life size Location: Santa Maria Della Vittoria, Rome Artist: Caravaggio Title: The Calling of St. Matthew Year: 1599-1600 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 127 in × 130 in Location: San Luigi dei Francesi, Rome Romanticism 3 ART MOVEMENTS 4 Romanticism refers to an artistic movement in Europe that peaked between 1800 and 1850. This art movement was characterized by the emphasis on intense emotions, including horror, terror, awe and apprehension, glorification of the past, emphasis on nature, and individualism (Grewe, 2017). Romanticism art movement was a reaction to a variety of the elements of modernity, including industrial revolution, scientific rationalization of nature, aristocratic social norms, and the changing political environment. Artist: Eugene Delacroix Title: The Death of Sardanapalus Year: 1827 and 1844 Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 154 in × 195 in and 29.02 in × 32.47 in Location: Louvre, Paris, and Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia Impressionism Impressionism refers to an artistic movement of the 19th century that was characterized by thin but visible brush strokes depicting the changing qualities and effects of light and how it accentuates the passage of time (Sullivan, 2015). The art movement put emphasis on open composition and ordinary subject matter and used unusual visual angles and movement to depict human perception and experience. The first impressionists came from Paris. Artist: Edouard Manet Title: A Bar at the Folies-Bergère ART MOVEMENTS 5 Painted and exhibited: 1882 (Paris Salon) Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 38 in × 51 in Location: Courtauld, London, United Kingdom Artist: Claude Monet Title: Impression, Sunrise (impression, Soleil levant) Year: 1872 Medium: Oil on Canvas Dimensions: 1 8.9 in × 24.8 in Location: Musee Marmottan Monet, Paris Modernism Modernism art movement took place from late 19th century to 20th century. The art of this period was influenced and shaped by the development and modernity in industrial societies and the then rapid growth of cities (Smith, 2015). This artistic movement took place in reaction to the horrors of World War I after artist became tired of the outdated traditional artwork and wanted to do modern art. Characteristics of modernism include self-consciousness, and the employment of incorporation, reprise, recapitulation, parody, and rewriting of past works. Artist: Pablo Picasso Title: Les Demoiselles d'Avignon ART MOVEMENTS Year: 1907 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 96 in × 92 in Location: Museum of Modern Art, New York City Artist: Henri Matisse Title: Le bonheur de vivre Year: 1906 (painting started in 1905) Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 9.5 in × 94.75 in Location: Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 6 ART MOVEMENTS 7 References Dickey, S. S. (2016). IV. 27 Baroque art. Early Modern Emotions: An Introduction, 264. Grewe, C. (2017). Painting the Sacred in the Age of Romanticism. Routledge. Smith, R. R. (2015). Modern Art Movements and St Ives 1939-49 (Doctoral dissertation, University of York) Sullivan, E. J. (2014). From San Juan to Paris and Back: Francisco Oller and Caribbean Art in the Era of Impressionism. Yale University Press. McIntosh, S. (2015). Integral consciousness and the future of evolution. Paragon House. ...
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