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SURREALISM Presentation for 9 form Module 3 «SPOTLIGHT 9» Created by Berezhnaya Tatiana, Rybachie school, Republic Crimea
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Surrealism The Life and History of Salvador Dali “the only difference between me and a mad man is that I am not mad”- Salvador Dali
Salvador Dali Salvador Felipe Jacinto Dali, one of the most iconic painters of the Twentieth Century
Salvador was an influential surrealist and avant-garde painter. He also experimented with film, sculpture, and photography.
Dali was born in Figueres, a small town outside Barcelona, to a prosperous family. His larger-than-life persona started early: aged 10, he had his first drawing lessons where he claimed that he manifested hysterical, rage-filled outbursts toward his family and playmates. Throughout his life, Dali retained his love for Catalan culture, and he depicted the landscape surrounding Figueres in several key paintings throughout his career.
Salvador Dali After passing through phases of cubism, futurism, and metaphysical painting, he joined the surrealists in 1920. Soon he became the most famous surrealist of the time
Dali had a habit of doing eccentric things which polarised opinions. His eccentric manner was a reflection of his art and vice versa. The fact that he was always in the limelight made his paintings more famous. He could also display a supreme confidence. “At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since.”
In 1931, Dali painted one of his most famous works, ‘The Persistence of Memory’. Sometimes called Soft Watches or Melting Clocks, the work introduced the surrealistic image of a soft, melting pocket watch. It is has become an iconic artwork of the twentieth century – amongst other things it points to the illusion of time.
The main source of inspiration of Dali was his adorable wife GALA, his muse.
Dali’s artwork He said he believed that his paintings came from an unreal dream space, which is understandable because of the hallucinatory things in them.
Dali’s artworks He moved to the USA in1940 and stayed there till 1955. During that time his paintings were often on religious themes, for example, the crucifixion of saint John of the cross
The End In 1955 he moved back to Spain and died in1989
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Данная презентация о величайшем испанском художнике Сальвадоре Дали включена в цикл уроков 9 класса по английскому языку, посвященному изучению искусства. Тема урока - "Painting styles", модуль 3 (across the Curriculum), УМК "Spotlight 9" (авторы Virginia Evans, Jenny Dooley, Julia Vaulina).
Первая часть урока посвящена изучению кубизма и его ярчайшему представителю - Пабло Пикассо, во второй части урока предлагается знакомство с сюрреализмом и творчеством Сальвадора Дали, которое предоставлено в данной презентации. Предъявлена и семантизирована новая лексика по теме (depict, manifest, prosperous, hysterical, eccentric, inspiration, hallucinatory, illusion, iconic). В презентации 14 слайдов.