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THE ARTS OF NEOCLASSIC AND ROMANTIC PERIOD

THE ARTS OF NEOCLASSIC AND ROMANTIC PERIOD

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THE ARTS OF NEOCLASSIC AND ROMANTIC PERIOD

  1. 1. Introducing the Artist of the Period AND
  2. 2. O B J E C T I EV S
  3. 3. Introducing the Artist of the OBJECTIVES ACTIVITY POST-TEST OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION PRE-TEST GO AND SET
  4. 4. The word neoclassic comes from the Greek word neos meaning new and the Latin word classicus which is similar in meaning to the English phrase first class. Neo-classicism is the name given to the western movements in the decorative and visual arts. INTRODUCTION The word neoclassic comes from the Greek word neos meaning new and the Latin word classicus which is similar in meaning to the English phrase first class. Neo-classicism is the name given to the western movements in the decorative and visual arts.
  5. 5. Also, it applies to literature, theatre, music, and architecture that draw inspiration from the classical art and culture of Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome. Romanticism is a term loosely used to designate numerous and diverse changes in the arts during a period of more than 100 years (roughly, 1760–1870), changes that were in reaction against Neoclassicism (but not necessarily the classicism of Greece and Rome) or against what is variously called the Age of Reason, the Augustan Age, the Enlightenment, or 18th-century materialism.
  6. 6. How did the n arts come about? NEOCLASSIC MOVEMENT
  7. 7. Many artists during the mid-17th century profited much from the nobles and the royals. They did this by catering to the vanities and extravagance of the rich people during those times as they were commissioned to paint for them. DISCUSSION
  8. 8. ART ELEMENTS & PRINCIPLES
  9. 9. Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780-1867) – French. Unlike his teacher, David, Ingres was involved in the Revolution. But he admired the post-revolution governance of the Emperor Napoleon and the imposing personality of the leader himself. As an innate gifted artist, Ingres was granted scholarship with art studies in Rome, and thereafter appointed as President of Ecole des Beaux- Arts (the most prestigious university in France).
  10. 10. In the Oath of the Horatii, the patriotic three sons on the left firmly saluted in the gesture of a gladiator who is ready to die. Likewise, the gesture of old philosopher Socrates strongly pointed upward appeared very firmed to his belief even in the face of death. The use of chiaroscuro (the play of light and dark) is subtly washed to emphasize the mood of courage, patriotism, and brotherhood. The space is put in almost as balance as to colours and shapes. His central figure is always a man, who dominates the whole scene. Oathof the Horatii
  11. 11. Isabel In the Third of May 1808, he expressed his emotions of disgust of humanity---a bloodbath perpetrated by French soldiers on his beloved countrymen. The colors suggest sheer horror and cold carnage. The spectacle of the bizarre is the theme of most of his genres. In his famous masterpiece, Isabel, composure of dignity and elegance in shown.
  12. 12. Although born to illustrious parents, David preferred to work more with the militant intellectuals who were to overthrow the French monarchical system. Fascinated and inspired by the past cultures of the Romans and the Greeks, David used his knowledge of the classical culture to advance his political view against the monarchy. His subjects are his ideal heroes he wanted to be emulated by his countrymen. The lines and forms of his genre are in juxtaposition of vertical, horizontal, and diagonal lines to convey the theatrical element. The Deathof Socrates
  13. 13. MATERIALS Oslo paper, Used folder, Crayon, Ruler, Pencil, A pair of Scissors, Colored strings or yarn
  14. 14. 1. Obtain a picture of a Romantic painting of your choice. 2. Make sure that its size is just enough for your bookmark. 3. Cut your Oslo paper or your short folder measuring 2” x 8” in size. 4.Paste the painting reproduction. 5. Include an art quotation 6.Punch a small hole on top to insert and tie a string or yarn. 7.Exhibit your work in the art gallery of the class. PROCEDURE S
  15. 15. PRETEST Choose the letter of the correct answer.
  16. 16. Romanticism occurred as a rebellion against what art movement? A. Rococo C. Baroque B. Neoclassicism D. Romanticism 1 Number of Correct:
  17. 17. Jacques Louis DAVID created this painting about three Roman brothers that take an oath to fight against three brothers of Alba to settle a city dispute: A. “Napolean Crossing the Alps” C. “The death of Socrates” B. “Oath of the Horatii” D. “Oedipus and the Sphinx” 2 Number of Correct:
  18. 18. Jacques Louis DAVID created this painting about three Roman brothers that take an oath to fight against three brothers of Alba to settle a city dispute: A. “Napolean Crossing the Alps” C. “The death of Socrates” B. “Oath of the Horatii” D. “Oedipus and the Sphinx” 2 Number of Correct:
  19. 19. Theodore GERICAULT launched Romanticism with one painting called what? A. “The Raft of the Medusa” C. “Oath of the Horatii” B. “The Third of May 1808” D. “Isabel” 3 Number of Correct:
  20. 20. Theodore GERICAULT launched Romanticism with one painting called what? A. “The Raft of the Medusa” C. “Oath of the Horatii” B. “The Third of May 1808” D. “Isabel” 3 Number of Correct:
  21. 21. Theodore GERICAULT launched Romanticism with one painting called what? A. “The Raft of the Medusa” C. “Oath of the Horatii” B. “The Third of May 1808” D. “Isabel” 3 Number of Correct:
  22. 22. Theodore GERICAULT launched Romanticism with one painting called what? A. “The Raft of the Medusa” C. “Oath of the Horatii” B. “The Third of May 1808” D. “Isabel” 3 Number of Correct:
  23. 23. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  24. 24. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  25. 25. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  26. 26. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  27. 27. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  28. 28. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  29. 29. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  30. 30. Francisco GOYA created a book of 80 etchings which show his true feelings about Spanish manners and morals. What is it called? a. “The Third of May 1808” c. “Isabel” b. “Los Caprichos (The Caprices)” d. “The Man with the Hoe” 4 Number of Correct:
  31. 31. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  32. 32. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  33. 33. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  34. 34. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  35. 35. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  36. 36. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  37. 37. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  38. 38. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  39. 39. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  40. 40. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  41. 41. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  42. 42. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  43. 43. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  44. 44. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  45. 45. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  46. 46. A movement in art and literature during the late 18th and early 19th centuries? A. Rococo C. Neoclassicism B. Romanticism D. Baroque 5 Number of Correct:
  47. 47. POST- TEST Choose the letter of the correct answer.
  48. 48. It affects the moral, social, and political life of the Europeans and Americans for almost half a century (1800-1850)? A. Neoclassic C. Romantic Movement B. Neoclassicism D. Romanticism 1
  49. 49. He is a French Artist famous for painting scenes of rural life and painted “The Gleaners”. A. Théodore Géricault C. J.M.W Turner B. Jean-François Millet D. Dominique Ingres 2
  50. 50. He carefully considered the elements of balance, perspective, and unity prior to his execution of these painterly strokes. A. Jackson Pollock C. J.M.W Turner B. Pablo Picasso D. Dominique Ingres 3
  51. 51. It is round and thick strokes of paint make waves and ripples sprout as if they are constantly moving.The A. Jackson Pollock C. J.M.W Turner B. La Grenouillere D. Dominique Ingres 4
  52. 52. ______________ art appears calm and clear. Although feelings are restrained, the expression looks complete. C. J.M.W Turner 5 A. Neoclassic B. Neoclassicism D. Romanticism
  53. 53. Romantic Movement affects the moral, social, and political life of the Europeans and Americans for almost half a century (1800-1850).
  54. 54. Jean-François Milletis a French Artist famous for painting scenes of rural life and painted “The Gleaners”.
  55. 55. Jackson Pollock carefully considered the elements of balance, perspective, and unity prior to his execution of these painterly strokes.
  56. 56. La Grenouillere is round and thick strokes of paint make waves and ripples sprout as if they are constantly moving.
  57. 57. Neoclassic art appears calm and clear. Although feelings are restrained, the expression looks complete.
  58. 58. You’ve learned a lot! END
  59. 59. Annabelle Sales BSED III MAPEH Prepared by:

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