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the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.
2. the expression or application ofhuman creative skill andimagination, typically in a visualform such as painting or sculpture,producing works to be appreciatedprimarily for their beauty oremotional power. 3. MOVEMENTOFART 4. POP ARTwas a movement that began in theunited states during the late 1950s. It isone of the extraordinary innovations ofthe 20th century. Pop Art brought backthe material realities of everyday life, topopular culture in which the ordinarypeople derived most of their visualpleasure from television, magazines, orcomics. 5. The media and advertisement were favoritesubjects for pop arts often witty celebrationsof consumer society. The term pop art was first used by the English critic in a 1958issue of Architectural Digest to describethose paintings that celebrate post warconsumerism.ANDY WARHOL ( 1928-1987)- was thegreatest American Pop Artist whoseinnovations has affected so muchsubsequent art. 6. EXPRESSIONISMapplies to any artistic work inwhich objective reality isdistorted to represent themental condition of the artist.Expressionism has been appliedto works in fields as desperateas literature, music, and thecinema. 7. Expressionism is an imaginative style in whichthe artist attempts to portray not objectivereality but rather the subjective emotions andresponses that objects and events arouse inhim. He accomplishes his aim throughdistortion, exaggeration, primitivism, andfantasy and through the vivid, jarring violent,or dynamic application of formal elements. In abroader sense, Expressionism is one of themain currents of art in the later 19th and 20thcenturies, and its qualities of highly subjective,personal, spontaneous self expression aretypical of a wide range of modern artist and artmovements. 8. ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM depictsform not drawn from the visible world. Theyemphasize free, spontaneous, and personalemotional expression, and they exerciseconsiderable freedom of technique andexecution to attain this goal, with aparticular emphasis laid on the exploitationof the variable physical character of paint toevoke expressive qualities.Abstract Expressionism is influenced byexistentialist ideas, which emphasized theimportance of the act of creating, not of thefinished object. 9. ENVIRONMENTAL ARTrefers to avant-garde works that areconsciously designed to surround orinclude the viewer as participant,thereby fostering a direct emotional andsensory experienced. The term relatesspecifically to those works created sincethat late 50s which attempts to cloudthe distinctions between art and life. 10. Also known as the earth art, it is the artwhich involves the creation andmanipulation of a large and enclosedspace.Architectural (including landscape andarchitectural) design must be said toqualify as environmental art, althoughthe term usually refers to artworkswhich do not function as either of thesekinds of environmental design typicallydo. 11. INSTALLATION ARTis site-specific and usually consistsof an ensemble of objects or effectsthat work together to create awhole. An artist takes over aninstallation space like a temporarysquatter whose clutter ofpossessions challenges boundariesand sparks dialogue between thespace itself and its contents. 12. Installation art is art uses sculptural materialsand other forms of media to modify the way weexperience a particular space. Installation artis not necessarily confined to gallery spacesand can refer to any material intervention ineveryday public or private spaces.Installation art incorporates almost any mediato create a visceral and or conceptualexperience in a particular environment.Materials used in contemporary installation artrange from everyday and natural materials tonew media such as video, sound, performance,computers and internet. 13. Elementsofart 14. PAINTING is one of the oldest and most important art.Since prehistoric times, artists have arranged paint onsurfaces in ways that express their ideas about people andthe world.Painting is a way in which people communicate theirvision of life, joy, anxiety, sorrow and beliefs.PAINTING is the practice of applying color to asurface such as glass, paper, wood and canvas. In anartistic point of view the term painting means theamalgamation with drawing, composition and otheraesthetic considerations in order to manifest the expressiveand conceptual intention of the artist.Painting is used as a vehicle of expressing,documenting and representing all the varied intents andsubjects of an artist. Paintings can be naturalistic andrepresentational (as I a still life or landscape painting),photographic, abstract, be loaded with narrative content,symbolism, emotion or be political in nature. 15. STYLES IN PAINTING:Fauvisma style of painting that flourished in Francefrom 1898 to 1908. It is pure, brilliant colors, applied straightfrom the paint tubes in an aggressive, direct manner to create asense of an explosion on the canvas. The FAUVIST painteddirectly from the nature as the IMPRESSIONIST had before them,but their works were invested with a strong expressive reactionto the subject they painted.Cubismis a highly influential visual arts style of the 20thcentury that was created principally by the painters PabloPicasso and George Braque in Paris between 1907and 1914.Thisstyle emphasizes the flat, two dimensional surface of the pictureplane, the traditional techniques of perspective and refutingtime-honored theories of art as the imitation of nature.CUBIST PAINTERS were not bound to copying form,texture, color, and space; instead, they presented a new reality inpaintings that depicted radically fragmented objects, whoseseveral sides were seen simultaneously. 16. La Barcade AqueronteFlix ResurreccinHidalgo 17. LeonardoDa VinciMona Lisa 18. ARCHITECTUREis the oldest of the finearts. It is the most useful and a prerequisitefor the other arts. The history ofarchitecture concerns buildings substantialenough to survive.Definitions: It is the art and method of erectingstructures.It is planned entity; the result of aconscious act.It is a body or corpus of work.It is a way to build. 19. Rizal Monument Robert Kissling 20. Eiffel Tower Alexandre-GustaveEiffel 21. PHOTOGRAPHY- the name of which we owe fromSir John Herschel who was first used the term in 1839,the year the photographic process became public. Thisword is derived from the Greek words for light andwriting.It is the process of making pictures by means of theaction of light. Light patterns reflected or emitted fromobjects are recorded onto a sensitive medium or storagechip through a timed exposure. The process is donethrough mechanical, chemical or digital devices knownas cameras.Traditionally the product of photography has beencalled a photograph. The term photo is an abbreviation;many people also call them pictures. In digitalphotography, the term image has begun to replacephotograph. 22. TWO DISTINCT SCIENTIFIC PROCESS TOMAKE PHOTOGRAPHY POSSIBLE:Optical- The camera Obscura (dark room) byLeonardo da Vinci. It is used as an aid to drawingwas being advocated.Chemical- before the photography was invented,people had been aware, that some colours arebleached in the sun, but they had made littledistinction between heat, air and light. 23. SCULPTUREportrayedfigures of gods, goddesses, andhuman beings. Over thecenturies it became increasinglylife-like and showed figures inmore active poses. 24. UpOblationGuillermo E.Tolentino 25. Statue ofLibertyFrdric AugusteBartholdi 26. Periodofart 27. RENAISSANCE PERIOD 28. During the Renaissance, many Europeanscholars and artists, especially in Italy, studied thelearning and art of ancient Greece and Rome.They wanted to recapture the spirit of the Greekand Roman cultures in their own artistic literary,and philosophic works. The Renaissance thusrepresented a rebirth of this cultures and istherefore also known as the revival of antiquity orthe revival of learning. The influenced of theRenaissance on future generations was to proveimmense in many fields-from art and literature toeducation, political, science and history. Becauseof this fact, most scholars have for hundreds ofyears agreed that the modern era of human historybegan with the Renaissance. 29. The influence of Renaissancepainters, sculptors, and architects hasbeen particularly strong.Renaissance Architectsdesigned buildings on a smaller scale tohelp make people aware of their ownpowers and dignity. 30. BRUNELLESCHIwas the firstRenaissance achitect to revive theancient Roman Style of architecture.He incorporated arches, columns, andother elements of classical architectureinto his designs. He was Also the firstRenaissance artists to use linearperspective, a mathematical systen inwhich painters could show space anddepth on a flat surface. 31. MIDDLE AGES PERIOD 32. During the middle ages, painters andsculptors tried to give their works a spiritualquality. They wanted viewers to concentrateon the deep religious meaning of theirpaintings and sculpture. They were notconcerned with making their subjectsappear natural or life like. ButRenaissance painters and sculptures. LikeRenaissance writers, wanted to portraypeople and nature realistically.Architects of the Middle Ages designedhuge cathedrals to emphasize the majestyand grandeur of God. 33. THEATERFrom the French wordtheatre, from Greek theatron, meaningplace of seeing. Is the branch of theperforming arts concerned with acting outstories in front of an audience usingcombinations of speech, gesture, mime,music, dance, sounds, and spectacle--- indeedany one or more elements of the otherperforming arts.In addition to the standard narrativedialogue style, theater takes such forms asopera, ballet, mime, kabuki play of Japan,classical Indian dance, Chinese opera,mummers play and pantomime. 34. BERNARD BECKERMANA respected scholar of HofstraUniversitys department of drama,define theater as what occurswhen one or more human beingsisolated in time and /or space,present themselves to another orothers. 35. GENRES OF THEATERMUSICAL THEATER: A theatrical genre in whicha story is told through the performance of singingwith (instrumental music), spoken dialogue andoften dance.ROCK OPERA: Same style as opera, exceptthat the musical form is rock music.THEATER FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: Theaterthat addresses a social issue and usesperformance as a way of illustrating injustice to theaudience. 36. COMEDY: Comes from the Greek wordkomos which means celebration, revel ofmerrymaking. It does not necessarily meanfunny, but it focuses more on a problem thatleads to some form of catastrophe which in theend has a happy and joyful outcome.FARCE: A comic dramatic piece that useshighly improbable situations, stereotypedcharacters, extravagant exaggeration, fastpacing and violent horseplay. 37. PANTOMINE: A form of musical drama in whichelements of dance, mime, puppetry, slaptick, andmelodrama are combined to produce an entertainingand comic theatrical experience, often designed forchildren. These are often presented around theholidays.ROMANTIC COMEDY: A medley of clever scheming,calculated coincidence, and wondrous discovery, all ofwhich contribute ultimately to making the eventsanswer precisely to the heros or heroines wishes, withfocus on love.COMEDY OF SITUATION: A comedy that grows out ofa characters attempt to solve a problem created by asituation. The attempt is often bumbling but ends uphappily. 38. COMEDY OF MANNERS: Witty, cerebral form ofdramatic comedy that depicts and often satirizesthe manners and affectations of a contemporarysociety. A comedy of manners is concerned withsocial usage and the question of whether or notcharacters meet certain social standards.COMMEDIA DELLARTE: Very physical form ofcomedy which was created and originallyperformed in Italy. Commedia uses a series ofstock characters and a list of events to improvisean entire play. 39. BLACK COMEDY: Comedy that tests theboundaries of good taste and moralacceptability by juxtaposing morbid orghastly elements with comical ones.TRAGEDY: A drama that treats in a seriousand dignified style the sorrowful or terribleevents encountered or caused by a heroicindividual. The word tragedy comes fromthe Greek word tragos which is translatedto goat. 40. MELODRAMA: Originally, a sentimental dramawith a musical underscoring. Often with anunlikely plot that concerns the suffering of thegood at the hands of the villains but ends happilywith good triumphant. Featuring stock characterssuch as the noble hero, the long suffering heroine,and the cold-blooded villain.FANTASY: The creation of a unique landscape onwhich a hero goes on a quest to find somethingthat will defeat the powers of evil.MORALITY PLAY: A morality play is an allegoryin which the characters are abstractions of moralideas. 41. TRAGICOMEDY: A drama that has abitter/sweet quality, containing elements oftragedy and comedy.DOMESTIC DRAMA: Drama in which the focusis on the everyday domestic lives of people andtheir relationships in the community that theylive in.OPERA: A theatrical genre in which a story istold and emotion is conveyed primarily throughsinging (with instrumental singing). 42. Thank You