Its Hip to be Square! Lesson 3: The Techniques and Styles Cubist Art

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Last updated 9 years ago

Discipline:
Arts & Music
Subject:
Graphic Arts
Grade:
7,8

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Its Hip to be Square! Lesson 3: The Techniques and Styles Cubist Art

Questions:1)Who came up with the term, 'Cubism', and for what reason?2) What are the characteristics of Cubist Art?3) Describe the 'Two-Dimensional', and the 'Multiple Perspectives' focus in Cubism in your own words.4) How does 'collage' relate to Analytical Cubism? What does Analytical Cubism consist of? 5) Research Synthetic Cubism, how is it different to Analytical Cubism?

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Its Hip to be Square! Lesson Three: The Techniques and Styles of Cubism

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Using the information presented here, answer the following questions

1)http://library.thinkquest.org/5764/cubism.htm.2)http://www.ehow.com/list_7238734_cubism-art-characteristics.html 3)http://arthistory.about.com/od/glossary_a/a/a_analytic_cubism.htm4) http://arthistory.about.com/od/glossary_s/a/s_synthetic_cubism.htm5) Cubism, 1900s-1910s:Characteristics:-splintered shapes, flattened space and geometric blocks of color-quest to find a new concept of painting as an arrangement of form and color on a two-dimensional surface-multiple angles-reconstruct objects-battle between what the eyes see and what the mind knows to be there

Violin and PaletteGeorges Braque1909Oil on Canvas


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