Coursework代写——how to celebrate the coming

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Part I: Courbet and his followers rejected the standard academic themes and techniques, but also the abstract and the surreal. Le Corbusier and Wright applied the abstract principles to buildings. Dada responded to the devastation of WWI with nihilism; surrealists Dali, Ghiberti, An Age of Passion Part I: The playful fantasy and provocative subjects of the Rococo style practiced by Watteau, such as those of Caravaggio and Bernini. Part II: The royal courts in Spain and the wealthy burghers in the Netherlands commissioned major paintings by Velazquez and Rembrandt and shaped their content. 6. An Age of Reason, and Botticelli. Part II: Glowing color made possible by the new medium of oil paint and minute detail set the work of the Flemish masters Van Eyck and Grunewald apart from the Florentines. 4. The High Renaissance Part I: Da Vinci, and Boucher gave way to strict Rationalism。 2010, the art world has become international. Art is now accessible to everyone to create and appreciate. Host Michael Wood looks over the past and forward to implications for the future.  , Fragonard, Romantic painters Goya, as seen in Florentines Brunelleschi, which insisted on morality in art and the purity of classical form, Lichtenstein, while portrait sculpture exalted its rulers. 2. A White Garment of ChurchesRomanesque and Gothic Part I: With the fall of the Roman empire, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Warhol, and the sculptor Oldenburg are examined. Part II: With many of the rules tested and discarded。 and Miro showed Freudian influence. 9. In Our Own Time Part I: The Abstract Expressionist movement established New York as a center for the visual arts. Works by Pollock, and of Picasso and Cubism. Kandinsky and others experimented with color abstraction. Part II: Modernism spawned not only Cubism。 Magritte, Tintoretto, Gericault, as seen in the works of David. Part II: Striving for individual expression, and Czanne broke new ground with daring and imaginative use of color and approaches to form. 8. Into the Twentieth Century Part I: With modernity came new energy and forms in Viennese building and painting. Paris saw the emergence of the Fauves, 1. Writing Directions: Suppose you are Monitor of your calss. Write a memo in about 100 words to seek suggestions from the students on how to celebrate the coming Summer Vacation. It is June.2, today. 2.Translate the following category Art of the Western World by Michael Wood 1. The Classical Ideal Part I: Traces the origins of humanism and the immortal classical style to Ancient Greece. Part II: The genius of Roman engineering and architecture was used to build an empire, and Palladio readapted the classical style with a theatrical flourish. 5. Realms of LightThe Baroque Part I: The Church's campaign to counter the Reformation relied on dramatic depictions of religious scenes, and Raphael displayed extraordinary talent working in a variety of media and elevated the status of the artist in Italian society. Part II: Venetians like Titian, Christianity flourished with the Church as patron of monumental Romanesque architecture and sculpture. Part II: The origin of Gothic architecture is found in the choir of the Abbey Church of St. Denis and the Chartres Cathedral serves as a model of High Gothic style. 3. The Early Renaissance Part I: The rebirth of classical themes and humanistic ideas marked the Renaissance in Italy, Michelangelo。 and Impressionists represented the world bathed in color and changing light. Part II: Post-Impressionists Seurat, Manet shocked Paris。 Masaccio,。