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Урок английского языка по теме «Живопись» Выполнена преподавателем английского языка
“There is nothing but art. Art is living. To attempt to give an object of art life by dwelling on its historical, cultural or archaeological association is senseless…” (W. Somerset Maugham “The Summing Up”)
Styles of Painting Put the letters in correct order Lireasm Resurlism Bicusm Coroco Mancismroti Ctstraab Thgoic Presnismioex
Keys: Realism Surrealism Cubism Rococo Romanticism Abstract Gothic Expressionism
Guess what style it is It’s the art that doesn’t represent recognizable objects. It promotes accurate, detailed depiction of nature or contemporary life. It rejects imaginative idealization in favour of close observation. It’s the conception of art as imitation of nature. Its subject included landscapes, tress, houses, street scenes. The artists paid attention to effects of light and movement. The key concept of this style is that essence of the object can only be shown from different points of view at once. Its works reject perspective in favour of geometric forms. The art in which common objects (such as comic strips, soup cans, road signs, and hamburgers) were used as subject matter.
Keys: Abstract Realism Impressionism Cubism Pop Art
“The Rooks Have Come” “Lilacs” “Flora” “At Madam Jenoa’s Café” “Madonna Benois” “Rye” “Artist’s Studio” “Remember!”
Match the paintings and the artists “The Rooks Have Come” “Lilacs” “Flora” “At Madam Jenoa’s Café” “Madonna Benois” “Rye” “Artist’s Studio” “Remember!” a) Leonardo da Vinci b) Ivan Shishkin c) Rembrandt van Rijn d) Henri Matisse e) Alexei Savrasov f) Paul Gauguin g) Michail Vrubel h) Nikolay Roerich
Keys: “The Rooks Have Come” “Lilacs” “Flora” “At Madam Jenoa’s Café” “Madonna Benois” “Rye” “Artist’s Studio” “Remember!” e) Alexei Savrasov g) Michail Vrubel c) Rembrandt van Rijn f) Paul Gauguin a) Leonardo da Vinci b) Ivan Shishkin d) Henri Matisse h) Nikolay Roerich
Pablo Picasso “A Child with a Dove” 1901, National Gallery, London During the Blue period Picasso often had plots where the Weak protected the Weakest. The painter saw a hope and safety and the only opportunity to survive in this severe world. A small child is holding a dove with love and care, protecting and warming it.
The Plan of the Description The subject (what is represented in the picture). The composition (how the space of the picture is used). The colour scheme (how different colours are handled). The details (what details the artist introduces and how they are related to the subject). The general impression the picture makes.
John Keats (1795 – 1821) A thing of beauty is joy for ever: Its loveliness increases: it will never Pass into nothingness…
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