Henri Matisse The Joy of Life (Le Bonheur de Vivre) Red Room (Harmony in Red) Woman with the Hat



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Art 26: The Rise of Modernism—Europe and America, 1900-1945
Fauvism

Henri Matisse


The Joy of Life (Le Bonheur de Vivre)

Red Room (Harmony in Red)

Woman with the Hat




German Expressionism


Die Brücke (The Bridge)

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner

Girl under a Japanese Umbrella

Self-Portrait as Soldier


Street, Dresden

Street, Berlin

Karl Schmidt-Rottluff


Three Nudes-Dune Picture from Nidden


Der Blaue Reiter (The Blue Rider)

Vassily Kandinsky



Composition IV

Improvisation 30 (Cannons)

Franz Marc


Fate of the Animals

The Large Blue Horses

Yellow Cow

Independent Expressionists

Paula Modersohn-Becker



Self-Portrait with an Amber Necklace

Käthe Schmidt Kollwitz


The Outbreak from the Peasants’ War series

The Parents

Woman with Dead Child




Cubism


Georges Braque

Houses at L’Estaque

The Portuguese

Violin and Palette


Pablo Picasso

Glass and Bottle of Suze


Les Demoiselles d’Avignon

Ma Jolie

Mandolin and Clarinet

Still Life with Chair Caning
Futurism

Giacomo Balla


Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash

Umberto Boccioni

States of Mind: The Farewells

Unique Forms of Continuity in Space


Gino Severini

Armored Trains




Dada


Jean Arp

Collage Arranged According to the Laws of Chance

Marcel Duchamp

Fountain


L.H.O.O.Q.

John Heartfield

Have No Fear—He’s a Vegetarian

Hannah Höch

Cut with the Kitchen Knife Dada through the Last Weimar Beer

Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany




Surrealism

Salvador Dali

The Persistence of Memory

Frida Kahlo

The Two Fridas

René Magritte


Perspective Madame Récamier by Jacques-Louis David.

The Treachery (or Perfidy) of Images

Joan Miró

Painting

Meret Oppenheim


Object (Le Déjeuner en fourrure) (Luncheon in Fur)

Pablo Picasso



Guernica

Suprematism

Kazimir Malevich


Suprematist Composition: Airplane Flying

Suprematist Painting (Eight Red Rectangles)

De Stijl (Neoplasticism)

Piet Mondrian

Composition in Red, Blue and Yellow




American Scene

Aaron Douglas

No. 49 from The Migration of the Negro

Edward Hopper

Nighthawks


Dorothea Lange

Migrant Mother, Nipomo
Georgia O’Keeffe

City Night

Charles Sheeler



American Landscape

Grant Wood



American Gothic


Mexican Mural Movement

Diego Rivera

Ancient Mexico, from History of Mexico, National Palace,

Mexico City, Mexico



Man, Controller of the Universe, Museo del Palacio de Bellas

Artes, Mexico City, Mexico


 

 

 



 

VOCABULARY

“291:


abstraction
Analytical Cubism

Art Deco

Art Nouveau

Armory Show

Ashcan School

assemblage

automatic writing

automatism

avant-garde

Berlin School of Art for Women

biomorphic language

Bolshevik

Cabaret Voltaire



Camera Work

collage


“Degenerate Art”

Divisionism

Dresden Technical School

Dust Bowl

The Eight

expressionism

Farm Securities Administration (FSA)

Great Depression

Harlem Renaissance

“high culture”

Law of Simultaneous Contrast of Colors

lithography

Ma Jolie (My Pretty One)

mobile


Modernism

Museum of Modern Art

Nazi Holocaust

neo-impressionism

New Deal

nonrepresentational art

optical mixture

“paranoiac-critical method”

Paris Universal Exposition of 1937

passage technique

photomontage

pointillism

Precisionists

primitivism

Public Works of Art Project

readymades

Regionalists

Salon d’Automn 1905 (Autumn Exhibition)

Synthetic Cubism

Synthetism

World War I

World War II



WHO WAS WHO

Jane Avril


Hugo Ball

André Breton

Michel-Eugene Chevreul

Félix Fénéon

General Francisco Franco

Roger Fry

Emmy Hennings

Charles Henry

Adolph Hitler

Vladimir Lenin

Alain Locke


Filippo Marinetti

Benito Mussolini

R. Mutt

Frederick Nietzsche



Rockefeller family

Franklin D. Roosevelt

St. George

Joseph Stalin

Alfred Stieglitz

Louis Vauxcelles







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