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Department
History of Art
Course Code
FAH-0002
Professor
Eric Rosenberg

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Matisse, Joy of Life, 1905­6 Fauvism  Refers to traditional art: female nudes, classical  poses, landscape  Wild colors, thick outlines, flat = fauvism  Academic in size and theme  Expressive Cezanne, Large Bathers, 1906 Post  Impressionism  Like history in scale and nudes in landscape  Suggests mythological theme  Statuesque poses  Timeless  Restricted palette   Unfinished  Reviving Arcadian landscape  Rethinking of practice and purpose of art  Wanted to make impressionism “solid and durable” Picasso, Demoiselles D’Avignon 1906­ 7 Cubism  Proto­cubism (clausterphobic, fragmented, sharp  lines)  Influenced by primitivism as a return to pre­ rationalism, human essense  Avignon seat of papal court and red light district  Huge academic history painting  Use of traditional nudes and poses  Still life Braque, Violin and Palette, 1909­10  Cubism  Analytic cubism: broken down, small details  retai
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