Bauhaus School founder, When and Why
Walter Gropius: Founded in the city of Weimar in 1919. Re-imagining the world to reflect the unity of all of the arts...Beautiful yet useful designs meant for everyday use to permeate art through life.
Scottish folk song inspired by the Scottish Ioch crossing the highland boundary fault.
Glass forms. Father founded Tiffany and CO. Louis designed interior of Mark Twain House in Hartford, CT.
a printmaking process in which lines are incised into the surface of a plate or print form (ex. engraving or etching)
Coast of Piccardy-Known for landscape and costal paintings. 1826
What did Richard Bonington paint and what is he known for?
Artist. Combined studies of nature with deep personal experience. Painted View on the stour, The Hay Wain, Dedham Vale.
Folk painter. Became distinguished among the Quakers because of his paintings. Painted the Peaceable Kingdom, William Penn's treaty with the indians. Other farm like scenes.
attempt to recreate the style of children's art
Primitivism (grandma moses, AKA Anna Mary Robertson Moese and Henri Rousseau)
Co-founder of Orphism movement. Abstract, colorful, geometric. Works were similar to Paul Klee. L'equipe de Cardiff.
Twittering Machine = watercolor pen and ink oil transfer (bird picture). Expressionism, Cubism, Surrealism.
fantasies against a monochromatic background - ornate, with fineness (in roman mural painting)
Also painted The Red Model and The Son of Man. Impressionistic, Surrealistic.
Rene Magritte (the lovers)
Baroque painter who painted 4 negro heads, venus and adonis
peter paul rubens (elevation of the cross)
fantasy by shakespeare (demetrius, helena, hermia, lysander, oberon, titania)
a midsummer night's dream
movie (george cukor) based on a musical (alan jay lerner) based on a play (pygmalion by george bernard shaw)
my fair lady
modern art movement began around WW1, going against normal social actions (european, 20th century)
rembrandt, rubens, vermeer (dramatic, emotion and movement, often religious)
baroque ( adoration of the sheperds- Rubens)
semi-circular arches, massive quality, thick walls, round arches, sturdy piers, groin vaults, large towers, decorative arcading
roman architecture (Colosseum)
austrian dramatic coloratura soprano noted for her contribution in the renaissance
beethoven (incorporated schiller's ode to joy, size of orchestra increased to play his music, famous user of symphonies)
contrapuntal compositional technique in two or more voices, built on a subject that is introduced at the beginning in imitation and recurs frequently (bach used often)
history play, tragedy, comedy (shakespeare, christopher marlowe, ben jonson)
19th century polish romantic (established piano as it's own instrument, had affair with george sand)
symphonie fantastique, romeo and juliet, the trojans, the damnation of faust
louis hector berlioz (french composer)
jesus christ, superstar; joseph and the amazing technicolor dreamcoat
tim rice (lion king, aida)