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  • Western Art through the AgesPart 3

    Expressionism Surrealism Cubism Abstract Expressionism

    19th & 20th Centuries

  • with music byClaude DebusseyDmitri ShostakovichSergei RachmaninoffIgor Stravinskyet.al.

  • ExpressionismIndebted to FreudArt tries to penetrate the faade of bourgeois superficiality and probe the psychethat which lurks beneath an individuals calm and artificial posture

  • Expressionism--valuesSubliminal anxietyDissonance in color and perspectivePictorial violencemanifest* and latent***Manifest (adj) readily perceived by the eye or the understanding; evident; obvious; plain**Latent (adj) present or potential but not visible, apparent, or realized

  • Edvard Munch

    The Scream1893

  • Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

    Street Scene with a Cocotte in Red1914

  • Oskar Kokoschka, The Tempest, 1914

  • Max Beckmann

    The Night1918-1919

  • Vincent van GoghSelf Portrait1898

  • SurrealismAlso indebted to FreudExplores the dream world, a world without logic, reason, or meaningFascination with mystery, the strange encounters between objects, and incongruitySubjects are often indecipherable in their strangenessThe beautiful is the quality of chance association

  • Surrealism--valuesThe dream sequenceIllogicFantasy

  • Giorgio de Chirico

    The Vexations of the Thinker

  • Salvador Dali, The Persistence of Memory

  • Max Ernst

    Two Children are Menaced by a Nightingale

  • Joan Mir, Dog Barking at the Moon

  • Marc Chagall

    Self-portrait with Seven Fingers1913

  • CubismNo single point of viewNo continuity or simultaneity of image contourAll possible views to top, sides, front, and backPicture becomes a multifaceted view of objects with angular, interlocking planes

  • Cubism--valuesA new way of seeingA view of the world as a mosaic of multiple relationshipsReality as interaction

  • Pablo Picasso

    Les Demoiselles dAvignon1905?

  • Pablo Picasso, Paysage Mediterraneen

  • Georges Braque, The Table

  • Abstract ExpressionismNonrepresentational artNo climaxesFlattened-out planes; and valuesThe real appearance of forms in nature is subordinated to an aesthetic concept of form composed of shapes, lines and colors

  • Abstract Expressionism--valuesPersonal and subjective interpretationyou see what you want to

  • Henry Moore, Reclining Figure 1977

  • Alberto GiacomettiMan Pointing

    1947(Bronze sculpture)

  • Mark RothkoOchre on Red

    1954

  • Jackson Pollock, Stenographic Figure, 1942