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Art 134-World Art History II
Study Guide Chapter 28-Art Between the Wars
Pictures/Slides from Text
28.6, George Grosz, Germany, A Winter’s Tale, 1918, New York
28.7, Pablo Picasso, Three Dancers, 1925, London UK
28.12, Max Ernst, The Entire City, 1935-36, Zurich, GR
28.13, Joan Miro, Composition, 1933, New York
28.14, Rene Magritte, The False Mirror, 1928, New York
28.16, Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory, 1931, New York
28.20, Alexander Calder, Lobster Trap and Fish Tail, 1939, New York
28.21, Henry Moore, Recumbent Figure, 1938, London, UK
28.27, Piet Mondrian, Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, 1930
Zurich, GR
10.28.44, William van Allen, Chrysler Building, 1928-1930, New York
11.28.46, Georgia O’Keeffe, Black Iris III, 1926, New York
12.28.48, Grant Wood, American Gothic, 1930, New York
13.28.53, Edward Hopper, Early Sunday Morning, 1930, Vanderbilt Museum
14.28.58, Pablo Picasso, Guernica, 1937, New York
Facts/Information from Text
15.After the 1st World War, communism, anarchy and democracy jockeyed for
dominance in a chaotic Europe.
16.The first movement to arise in Europe after the war was based on random
occurrences and the absurd was called, “Dadaism.”
17.A new movement was launched around 1924 based in part on the new
science of psychology and a new fascination with dreams called,
18.Perhaps the leading representative of the Surrealist movement was Spanish
born artist, Salvador Dali, 1904-1989.
19.In the 1920’s, a new school of design emerged in Germany as the strongest
center for advocating social change through art, known as the, “Bauhause.”
20.In the time between the wars, an old building material was reintroduced with
a new twist, utilizing steel for reinforcement which is highly popular to this
day and called, “ferroconcrete.”
21.Following the 1st world war, America emerged as the new undisputed world
technological leader.
22.In architecture and design, a new style emerged in 1925 at the Exhibition of
Decorative Arts in Paris which embraced the machine age and represented in
our text by the Chrysler Building known as, “Art Deco.”
23.An important American woman artist of the 1920’s who created close up
views of flowers and was quite popular and controversial was, Georgia
24.Another important American artist who was one of the most powerful
representational painters of the period, generally depicting scenes of modern
America was, Edward Hopper.
25.With the outbreak of WW II, one artist created a large mural in protest of
German saturation bombing titled after one of the earliest cities to be
devastated by this technique, Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica.”