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  Art Nouveau - Art Nouveau Art
Art Nouveau was known in France as style Guimard, after French designer Hector Guimard; in Italy as the stile Floreale (floral style); stile Liberty, after British Art Nouveau designer Arthur Lasenby Liberty; in Spain as Modernisme; in Austria as Sezessionstil (Vienna Secession); and in Germany as Jugendstil.
Art Nouveau had its deepest influence on a variety of art and design movements that continued to explore integrated design, including De Stijl, a Dutch design movement in the 1920s, and the German Bauhaus school in the 1920s and 1930s.
French for "The New Art." An art movement and style of decoration and architecture of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, characterized particularly by the curvilinear depiction of leaves and flowers, often in the form of vines...
www.huntfor.com /arthistory/c19th/artnouveau.htm   (931 words)

  
  Art Department
Prerequisite for enrollment in the 300-400 series of art history courses taken for art credit is either Art 271 and 272, or passing a proficiency test.
Art 100, 151, and 401 do not fulfill the art history requirement for art majors.
Art from the prehistoric period to the close of the Middle Ages.
www.indstate.edu /art-dept/course-history.htm   (811 words)

  
 Art Department   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prerequisite for enrollment in the 300-400 series of art history courses taken for art credit is either Art 271 and 272, or passing a proficiency test.
Art 100, 151, and 401 do not fulfill the art history requirement for art majors.
Art from the prehistoric period to the close of the Middle Ages.
web.indstate.edu /art-dept/course-history.htm   (811 words)

  
 Sam Houston State University Art Department - About the Art Department   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Prior to that (1880-81), art had been taught by Myra Irwin Allen who introduced drawing as part of the academic curriculum.With the establishment of an Art Department, this single drawing course was quickly expanded to include perspective drawing and art criticism and more art faculty were soon hired.
Additions to the art faculty continued as the need for art and art courses became an integral part of the college curriculum.
He was Chairman of the Art Department from 1962 to 1972, and Dean of the College of Fine Arts from 1966 to 1975.
www.shsu.edu /~art_www/Templates/about/history.html   (1668 words)

  
 art nouveau - Encyclopedia.com
It began in the 1880s as a reaction against the historical emphasis of mid-19th-century art, but did not survive World War I. Art nouveau originated in London and was variously called Jugendstil in Germany, Sezessionstil in Austria, and Modernismo in Spain.
The entrepreneur of the new: art nouveau takes its name from a gallery in Paris opened by Samuel Bing in 1895.
VISUAL ART: The source of urban kitsch Art Nouveau is ugly, ostentatious and afunctional.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/a1/artnouve.asp   (658 words)

  
 Art History Program Course Offerings for Fall 2003
This course explores European art in the period from 1780 to 1880.
Using a variety of current art historical approaches, major figures from David to Degas, as well as major movements from Neoclassicism to Impressionism, will be considered in the context of social, historical, political, aesthetic, and theoretical issues.
Topics to be covered include: urban planning, architectural theory, the façade, gender and space, decorative arts, collecting and display practices, as well as particular forms of art made for the domestic realm (cassones, birth platters, portraits, etc.).
umass.edu /arthist/coursesfall06.htm   (1221 words)

  
 Art History Program Course Offerings for Fall 2003
This course explores European art in the period from 1780 to 1880.
Using a variety of current art historical approaches, major figures from David to Degas, as well as major movements from Neoclassicism to Impressionism, will be considered in the context of social, historical, political, aesthetic, and theoretical issues.
Topics to be covered include: urban planning, architectural theory, the façade, gender and space, decorative arts, collecting and display practices, as well as particular forms of art made for the domestic realm (cassones, birth platters, portraits, etc.).
www.umass.edu /arthist/coursesfall06.htm   (1221 words)

  
 ART - Title
Different art movements from 1880 - 1950 will be studied through the use of pictures, historical information, videos, and the creation of their own art.
This course satisfies.5 of the fine art requirement for graduation and is the prerequisite for all other coursess in the Art Department.
The elements of art will be studied along with the introduction of various media and skills.
www.farmington.k12.mo.us /school/hs/curriculum/guide/art.html   (1620 words)

  
 Canadian artists and art resource directory. Visual arts from a Canadian perspective - Artists In Canada.
North Shore Canadian Art specializes in investment quality original works of art c.1880-1945 with an emphasis on the Group of Seven and their contemporaries.
Avenue Art is dedicated to the presentation and promotion of emerging as well as established Canadian artists.
Avenue Art features one on one service visiting the client’s office, residence or booking a private viewing in the gallery, accommodating the collector’s schedule.
www.artistsincanada.com /php/top_galleries.php   (388 words)

  
 The Art-Journal, 1850-1880: Antiquarians, the Medieval Revival, and The Reception of Pre-Raphaelitism
Wornum began his "Modern Moves in Art" (1850), which juxtaposes Gothic architecture and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, by firmly nailing his colors to the mast: "Progress be our motto" (12.269), he asserts, before going on to wonder at the "remarkable.
The writer argued that this school "breathes in the spirit of its works the miserable asceticism of the darkest monastic ages; and exhibits in their execution quite the extremest littleness of style that ever disfigured the works of any of the early middle-age masters" (12.271).
According to Wornum, the main flaw in the young men's conception of art was this wasteful archaism: "disregarding the fruits of the earnest and skillful labour of ages, it goes back to the puerile achievement of the infants of Art" (12.271).
www.victorianweb.org /art/design/medievaj.html   (2147 words)

  
 Art   (Site not responding. Last check: )
For the concentration in General Art History, an undergraduate course in each of the major areas of art history is desirable: ancient, medieval, renaissance, baroque, and modern.
For the concentration in Egyptian Art and Archaeology, an undergraduate major in Egyptology, art history, anthropology, history, classical studies, or archaeology is desirable.
Movements in Western art and art theory, 1880-1905, that are the foundation of 20th century modernism, especially Symbolism and Post-Impressionism.
academics.memphis.edu /gradcatalog0103/catart.html   (3103 words)

  
 Antique Jewelry Online - Art Nouveau Jewelry
The Art Nouveau design movement emerged in fin de siecle Paris, during the final years of Victoria's reign, and was showcased at the Paris Exposition Universelle in 1900.
Like the concurrent Arts and Crafts movement, Art Nouveau was based on a return to craftsmanship, and an emphasis on design over material.
As part of a larger stylistic movement, however, Art Nouveau jewelry bears more relation to the architecture, furniture and textile design, than to the clothing, of the period.
www.antiquejewelryonline.com /learn/artnouveau.htm   (319 words)

  
 News: Art Nouveau: 1880 to 1920   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In Germany it was known as 'Jugendstil', in Italy 'Stile Liberty' or 'Floreale'; in Spain 'Modernista', in Austria 'Sezessionstil' and, paradoxically, in France the English term 'Modern Style' was often used, emphasizing the English origins of the movement.
In design Art Nouveau was characterized by writhing plant forms and an opposition to the historicism which had plagued the 19th century.
Its emphasis on decoration and artistic unity links the movement to contemporary Symbolist ideas in art, as seen in the work of the Vienna Secessionists, but the movement was also associated with Arts and Crafts ideas and, as such, Art Nouveau forms a bridge between Morris and Gropius.
news.deviantart.com /article/10435   (622 words)

  
 Art Major
The art major offers a wide range of options for those who wish to pursue painting, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, metalsmithing, art therapy or work in a gallery or museum.
Art Therapy is a form of psychotherapy which engages the client in the creation of artwork.
The Art Therapy focus at the undergraduate level both introduces the student to issues in psychology and develops the student’s facilities in multiple studio areas.
www2.cedarcrest.edu /test/Art/major.htm   (346 words)

  
 Tramp art bureau (c.1880)
This unique handcrafted bureau is an example of tramp art, which flourished in the United States from 1860 to 1930 and is easily recognized by its chip-carved decoration.
Tramp art was also called the "landlubber's scrimshaw" because of the painstaking and time-consuming nature of its creation.
About 1880, the maker of this Lynchburg bureau first fashioned the case for the chest of drawers out of pieces of pine, oak, and poplar perhaps found in the barn or on the woodpile.
www.vahistorical.org /trampbureau.htm   (644 words)

  
 Art
The curriculum for the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree with Teacher certification is also designed to provide professional development at the undergraduate level for the prospective teacher in the visual arts, through in-depth study in studio art.
The student should notify the office of the department of Visual and Performing Arts, CA 105, of his or her interest in exhibiting by the first day of classes of that semester.
ART ACTIVITIES I. Practical experience with basic design, drawing, painting, and sculpture, along with a study of art history and criticism.
www.tamucc.edu /catalog/archives/Catalog99/undergra/aart.htm   (1586 words)

  
 Department of Art History - University of Oregon
Selected works of painting, sculpture, architecture, and other arts studied in relation to the culture in which they were produced.
381 Nomadic Art of Eurasia (4) Art of the Scytho-Siberian nomads and its relation to the art of Greece, the ancient Near East, and China, 7th to 2nd centuries BC.
391, 392 Art of the Pacific Islands I, II (4,4) Art and architecture of the Pacific Islands considered in terms of style and as vehicles of social and religious expression.
arthistory.uoregon.edu /courses   (1951 words)

  
 Unveiling of Milan, Italy, 1880
Her paintings could be found at Deaf Children's Society of British Columbia in Vancouver, BC, Deaf Artists of America Gallery in Rochester, NY, and AT&T Relay Center in Seattle, WA and other places around in the country.
Art is rich in rebellion, massacres, and wars of the effects thereof.
Art imitates life; art work as we know it ignores the existence and contributions of Deaf people while its adherents insist the work of artists is "visual language."
pr.gallaudet.edu /dpn/activities/10thAnniversary/milanitaly1880.html   (589 words)

  
 Rutgers-Camden Art/Art History Course Catalog
Senior art major expected to further investigate the chosen area of emphasis; projects and research initiated by the student and approved by the faculty.
Candidates for honors in studio art or electronic arts must, at the end of their junior year, have a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better and an average of 3.5 or better in the major.
Art of the Roman Republic and Empire from the Etruscan background through the reign of Constantine; emphasis on the city of Rome.
finearts.camden.rutgers.edu /art/artcourses.html   (3413 words)

  
 School of Art and Art History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The School of Art and Art History teaches the technical processes of art, methods of analyzing and criticizing visual culture and the diverse histories of art.
We educate students to think critically and conceptually, to express themselves creatively, to articulate their ideas clearly, and to make significant contributions to the society in which they live.
D.U.’s School of Art and Art History is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
www.du.edu /art   (111 words)

  
 Museum News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Arts and Crafts movement in England and America (1875–1915), responsible for some of the earliest works in the exhibition, began in Britain initially as a reaction to the dehumanizing effects of late-19th-century industrialization.
The new art, which became the first popular 20th-century style, was essentially European although it was fed initially by a widespread craze for Japanese art and culture.
The movement, which represents an important bridge between the decorative arts and industrial design, attracted creative artists from all over Europe and was brought to the United States in the 1930s, where many of its leading figures took refuge during the Nazi period.
www.kimbellart.org /news/news_modernism.cfm   (1046 words)

  
 Franz Marc
Franz Marc was born on February 8, 1880, in Munich, Germany.
He studied at the Munich Art Academy and traveled to Paris several times where he saw the work of Gauguin, Van Gogh, and the Impressionists.
Franz Marc was a pioneer in the birth of abstract art at the beginning of the twentieth-century The Blaue Reiter group put forth a new program for art based on exuberant color and on profoundly felt emotional and spiritual states.
www.jlittlewood.com /discuss/art/marc.htm   (251 words)

  
 The University of the Arts: Leslie W. Miller
Born in Brattleboro, Vermont, on August 5, 1848, Miller studied at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and graduated from the Massachusetts Normal Art School (now Massachusetts College of Art) in 1880.
According to archival records at Massachusetts College of Art, he was the 113th student admitted and received Diploma A in 1874 (which allowed him to teach drawing in the public school system) and Diploma B in 1880.
While studying at the Massachusetts Normal Art School, it is very likely that Miller became personally acquainted with Walter Smith (1836-1886), the British drawing master who had been invited to Boston to be Director of Drawing for the public schools and State Director of Art Education for Massachusetts.
www.uarts.edu /stuserv/libraries/archives/lesliewmiller.html   (794 words)

  
 Women in the 1880's
The end of a recession of the 1870’s resulted in new wealth and the creation of "robber barons." Men such as James Hill and William H. Vanderbilt were collecting property and wealth at the expense of the immigrant working class in the 1880’s.
In 1880, 457,000 new immigrants arrived in the United States, allowing the divide between rich and poor to grow at an alarming rate.
Justice and liberty are generally represented as female and this can be found in the art of the 1880’s.
campus.udayton.edu /~compfun/ENG333/1880s.htm   (1224 words)

  
 Consuming Desires: Posters, 1880-1918 | Art Knowledge News
The French artist Jules Chèret invented this new art form in the 1880s-his were the first posters to feature colorful and striking images.
By the early 1890s, the poster movement was an international phenomenon, and artistic posters promoted all sorts of products: books, magazines, art exhibitions and ideas.
The Delaware Art Museum is proud to share its permanent collection, gathered here for Consuming Desires: Turn-of-the-Century Posters and the Rise of Modern Marketing, for the Museum's inaugural exhibition.
www.artknowledgenews.com /node/586   (393 words)

  
 The Asheville Art Museum | Exhibitions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Juror and Asheville Art Museum Curator of Exhibitions Ron Platt visited with 48 of the artists at their studios or the Museum before choosing the final roster of 25.
The exhibition’s two Guest Curators are Terrie Sultan, an Asheville native and Director of the Blaffer Gallery, the Art Museum of the University of Houston, formerly the Curator of Contemporary Art with the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC and Suzanne Isken, the Director of Education at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles.
The Museum once again showcases its extraordinary collection of American Art, from 1880 to the present, a unique resource of the region, and presents inspiring art filled experiences for audiences of all ages.
www.ashevilleart.org /exhibitions.htm   (846 words)

  
 Newport Art Collector willing to pay up to 2 million dollars.
A genre painter, William Aiken Walker, is primarily known for his expressions of plantations, cotton fields, African Americans, and dock scenes.
Although their league did not succeed, the project led to what would later become the Southern Art Union, which was formed in 1880, the earliest such association in New Orleans.
Walker exhibited at the Southern Art Union, 1880, Boston Arts Club, 1881, American Expo, 1885-86, Artist's Association of New Orleans, 1885-1905, and the Columbian Expo, Chicago, 1893.
www.newportart.com /William_Aiken_Walker.html   (438 words)

  
 ART :: Andre Derain :: Oil Paintings, original art for sale, famous art paintings, custom framed art, canvas oil ...
Derain was born in Chatou, near Paris in 1880.
He attended art school and in 1900 and set up a studio with Maurice deVlaminck.
Along with Vlaminck, Derain was one of the first artists to collect the tribal art of Africa which was influential to many of the artists of the early 20th century.
www.1artclub.com /biogart-artist-208-6-1.htm   (214 words)

  
 Providence Art Club | History   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Said to be the oldest art club in the nation after the Salmagundi Club in New York, our distinguished Providence institution has been here so long that no one can remember a time when Thomas Street was not synonymous with the Providence Art Club.
In 1880 a group of professional artists, amateurs, and art collectors founded the Providence Art Club to stimulate the appreciation of art in the community.
This new club would exist “for art culture” the founders proposed, and when they met to draw up their charter one February night in 1880, they inscribed that phrase on their seal.
www.providenceartclub.org /about.php   (390 words)

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