APAH -Art Work for the Long Essay The Great Daibutsu Buddha Kamakura Japan • • • • • • • • • • Outdoor Bronze Statue-once gold leaf Temple destroyed by a natural disaster -a typhoon 43 feet tall and hollow Meditative face & Draped in a robe Round rings – remains of the pouring of the bronze 100s of joints holding the statue together Clockwise curls-unique city –unique haircounter clock wise Has mustache- symbolize light Big ears to hear the people & no earrings as a priest Jo-in=meditation but unique -nails don’t point upwards and hides fingers Augustus of Pimaporta-20-c.e ROMAN Marble Idealized Resembles Doryphoresthe canon Cupid= divine nature Propaganda- Hair and clothing Senator & General Human & Divine Breast Plate+ Return of Roman Military Standard Taj Mahal Islamic 1632-48 Marble Symmetry & Balance Mathematical=4 Paradise Garden Muhrabs & Onion Dome Mausoleum for Shah’s wife Wealth, Power, Belief & Love Maya LinVietnam Memorial1983 SITE ART Black Granite-highly reflective-sober and respectful Healing Wound-dug into the earth Minimalist Healing Place for Grief Two Statues dedicated to Personal Sacrifice Versailles (b.1669) Example of French Classical Style-remodeled hunting lodge Louis XIV political & economic ambitions Ornate Interior Décor Hall of Mirrors Elaborate Gardens and Water Features Power and Wealth Build Town for the Servants Arnolfini Wedding- Van Eyck EARLY NO. EUROPEAN (1434) RENAISSANCE Oil Paint on Wood Wealth & Power Signature of Artist Celebrates Marriage Hidden Symbols-noshoesholiness Bed, Dog & Wooden Clogs =Marriage Wealth= Cloth, Window ones, Oranges & Décor Gender roles Las Meninas-Velasquez (1656) SPANISH BAROQUE Oil Family Royal Portrait &Artist Self Portrait Spatial Relationship- forms at different angles Alternating lights & darks draws viewer into canvas Elevates the Artist Status by Placing him in the Canvas & Order of Santiago and importance of painting Evening Bell at the Clock Harunobu Edo Period- 1765 Ink on Paper Woodblock Print / Ukiyo-E Print Flat & Black Outlines with distinct color areas Beautiful young ladies in their daily lives Private view of private moment- after a bath-snapshot of Japanese culture Traditional temple bells are transformed into modern clock Contrast of modern and traditional The Gleaners (1857) Millet FRENCH REALISM Oil Poverty and Abundance Difficulties of peasant life Social Criticism Dignity of Survival Michelangelo of the Peasant Muted Colors Recessional Space- survey the Les Demoiselles d’ Avignon Picasso (1907) Oil Revolutionary Cubist=fragmented forms and abstract depictions Brothels & Prostitutes Still Life Influenced by African Mask- figures on right Influenced by Iberian art on left side Exorcised old painting style Illusion of space in - two dimensions http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-32141921 The Great Migration #11 1940-1 Jacob Lawrence Tempura Geometric Bold Primary Colors & Flat Simple Shapes Sharp contrasts Documents & Celebrates the Black American Experience Focuses on migration of African Americans from the South to the North After WW I Influenced by Matisse Dynamic cubism T I Time Period Image Characteristics Title ( Shapes, Size, Artist L E Line= Angle Movement Bold, Soft, Muted, Outlines, Sharp Color & Light) Perspective-linear, flat, depth, 2 or 3 dimensional Expresses the Idea /Theme ofExpresses to what Audience- Essay Outline 2) 1) Deconstruct Write Down all the Tasks 3) TILE Two Works 4)Answer The Question 5)WRITE Layer Be Prompt the Essay Adjectives Specific- Use Art Details Answer the Question Multiple Times Self-portraiture provides a wide range of information about the artist in addition to physical appearance. Choose and fully identify two selfportraits, in any medium, each from a different art-historical period. Analyze how each self-portrait conveys information about the artist and his or her era. Cultural attitudes about women are often revealed in art. Select and fully identify two works of art that depict one or more women. Explain how each work reveals its era’s attitudes about women • Frequently in the history of art, artists and architects have challenged established traditions. • Select and fully identify two works that challenge established traditions. • One example must have been produced before 1800 CE. Discuss how and why each work constituted a significant challenge to accepted artistic conventions of the time.