Form 10. Art (additional material)
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ГУО «Лицей № 1 имени А. С. Пушкина г. Бреста» Ласкович Юлия Владимировна прислала нам несколько своих разработок по теме «Art». Одну разработку я публикую полностью, две остальные смотрите по ссылке для скачивания.
В рамках темы «Искусство» в 10 классе предлагаю Вашему вниманию некоторый дополнительный материал по теме «Искусство в жизни людей», который можно использовать, как на первом, так и заключительном уроке по данному разделу.
Учебник «English 10» Юхнель Н.В., Наумова Е.Г., Демченко Н.В.
- What world famous painters do you know?
- Read the text below and decide if the statements given after it are true or false.
|THE ARTISTS||ABOUT THE ARTISTS||FAMOUS WORKS|
|Marc Chagall was born on July 7, 1887 in Vitebsk, Russia. In 1932 he moved to France. He lived in the United States from 1941 to 1948, and then returned to France. He died in France on March 28. 1985.
His painting styles are Expressionism and Cubism . In his paintings, he often painted violinists because he played the violin and also in memory of his uncle, who also played. He was also famous for his paintings of Russian-Jewish villages.
|Angel over Vitebsk
I and the Village
|Salvador Dali was born in Spain in 1904. When he was a child, he showed strange behavior and often interrupted his class in school. As he got older, he started to paint pictures that came from his dreams. His dreams and his paintings were scary and unreal.
Dali went to art school in Madrid, Spain. He got kicked out, and never finished. He even spent time in jail. However, he continued to paint, and his art style became known as Surrealism . Salvador Dali drew everyday items, but changed them in odd ways. For example, one of his paintings is of melting clocks.
Before he died at the age of 85 in 1989, Dali had created works in film, ballet, opera, fashion, jewelry, and advertising illustrations.
|The Persistence of Memory
The Sacrament of the Last Supper
|Leonardo Da Vinci
|In 1452, Leonardo Da Vinci was born in an Italian town called Vinci. He lived in a time period called the Renaissance, when everyone was interested in art. Even though Da Vinci was a great artist, he became famous because of all the other things he could do. He was a sculptor, a scientist, an inventor, an architect, a musician, and a mathematician. When he was twenty, he helped his teacher finish a painting called The Baptism of Christ. When he was thirty, he moved to Milan. That is where he painted most of his pictures. Da Vinci’s paintings were done in the Realist style.||The Mona Lisa
The Last Supper
Madonna and Child
The Virgin of the Rocks
|Paul Klee was born in Switzerland on December 18, 1887. He loved cats. He painted the a lot. He had at least 8,926 works of art. In these works of art, he used simple lines and strong colours. He also used simple shapes to make important parts of the painting. Klee painted in many styles, but a lot of them were in the Primitive and Surrealist styles.||Fish Magic
Around the Fish
Landscape with Yellow Birds
|Claude Monet was born in 1840 on November 14 in Paris. Even when he was young he was a very good artist. His pictures were so good that an art supply store let him hang his pictures in their window.
Monet’s parents did not want him to become an artist because they thought he would not make a good living. That did not stop him though. When he was 20, he studied art at an inexpensive art school in Paris.
Monet often went on trips around France to paint. . This is where he painted his Impressionist cathedral paintings that became very famous. His house also had a wonderful garden with a lily pond that had a Japanese bridge across it. These were his favourite things to paint.
Monet died in 1926. Unlike many artists, he was famous even before he died. Now his house in Giverny is a museum that is visited by many people.
Marine Near Etretat
|Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, Spain on October 5, 1881. His father, Jose Ruiz, was also an artist. Picasso painted in many styles, including Cubism and Expressionism. He also sculpted. In cubism, he tried to show the dimensions of the objects in his paintings. When he painted in the classical style, his shapes were round and soft. In cubism, his shapes were square and hard.
When Picasso painted, he had a blue period and a rose period. For about three years in his early twenties, he used mostly light blue colours in his paintings. The rose period came after the blue period. It began after he moved from Spain to France.
Because he could work in multiple styles, Picasso became very famous. He used great lines and colour in his paintings.
The Three Dancers
Self Portrait: Yo Picasso
|Vincent Van Gogh
|Van Gogh was born in Holland in 1853. He worked at many jobs, such as at an art gallery, a bookstore, as a preacher, and at last, he became an artist. He didn’t have a very happy life. He painted sad paintings with poor people in them. His paintings were always very dark until he saw some colorful Japanese paintings. Then Van Gogh started painting happier paintings. Most of his work was in the Postimpressionist style.
One day, he moved to live with his brother because he was unhappy where he lived, and he wanted to find someone to paint with. When he finally found someone, he wished he hadn’t. Van Gogh and the other artist did not get along. After this, Van Gogh became so sad that he cut part of his ear off!
After these things happened, he painted one more gloomy painting. It was called Wheatfield with Crows. After he finished it, he shot himself.
|The Starry Night
Wheatfield with Crows
|Andy Warhol was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in 1928. Andy was born with a natural talent for art. His mother encouraged him with his drawings. His teachers thought he had such a good talent for art that he should go to weekend art class. When his family saved enough money to send Andy to art college, he went to Carnagie Institute of Technology, where he studied design and illustration. That’s where he developed his unusual art style.
When he graduated from school he went to New York City for a job. He got jobs doing magazine illustrations, decorating department store windows, greeting cards, record albums, book covers, and suns, clouds, and raindrops for television weather reports. He still was not satisfied because he was not famous.
His friend suggested him to draw everyday items. This was called Popular, or Pop Art. People liked his pictures because they were bright, attractive, and familiar. Warhol liked getting people’s ideas for new drawings.
He also tried making films. Warhol died in 1987. By that time, he was a famous artist. His works made people think of the important, everyday things in their lives.
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True or false statements
- In his paintings, Marc Chagall often used geometric shapes.
- Salvador Dali painted everyday items in strange and mysterious ways.
- Leonardo Da Vinci painted in Abstract style.
- Paul Klee had a few works of art.
- Claude Monet’s favourite thing to paint was a lily pond with a Japanese bridge across it.
- Picasso became very famous because he could work in many styles.
- Van Gogh’s paintings were always bright and colourful.
- The works of Andy Warhol were attractive and bright.
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