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Art History by Mind Map: Art History

1. Post-impressionism

1.1. 1880 -1890

1.2. Neo-Impressionism

1.2.1. Seurat,

1.2.1.1. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884-86

1.2.1.2. La Chahut, 1889-90

1.3. Symbolism

1.3.1. Gauguin,

1.3.1.1. Vision After the Sermon (Jacob Wrestling with the Angel), 1888

1.3.1.2. Where do we come from? What are we? Where are we going?, 1897

1.3.1.3. Spirit of the Dead Watching, 1893-94

1.3.2. Munch,

1.3.2.1. The Scream, 1893

1.4. Cezanne and Abstraction

1.4.1. Paul Cezanne,

1.4.1.1. Mont Sainte- Victoire wit Viaduct, 1885-87

1.4.1.2. Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1885-87

1.4.1.3. Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1904-06

1.4.1.4. Still Life with Apples in Bowl, 1879-83

1.5. Bright palette

1.6. similar subject matter

1.7. flatter planes of colour

1.8. Un-naturalistic colour

1.9. Toulouse - Lautrec,

1.9.1. La Goulue, 1891

1.10. Van Gogh,

1.10.1. The Potato Eaters, 1885

1.10.2. Pere Tanguy, 1887

1.10.2.1. Japanese prints

1.10.3. Japanaiserie: Trees in Bloom, 1887

1.10.4. Night Cafe, 1888

1.10.5. The Starry Night, 1889

2. Modernist Revolution

2.1. 1904-1914

2.2. Italian Futurism

2.2.1. Marinetti

2.2.1.1. supports mussolini and facism

2.2.2. change, constant state of revolution, new technology

2.2.3. rejects tradition

2.2.4. destruction of the present

2.2.5. Giacomo Balla,

2.2.5.1. Girl Running on a Balcony, 1912

2.2.5.2. Street Light, 1910-11

2.2.6. Boccioni,

2.2.6.1. Forms of Continuity in Space, 1913

2.2.6.2. States of Mind I: Farewells, 1911

2.3. Orphism - early abstraction

2.3.1. R. Delaunay,

2.3.1.1. Homage to Bleriot, 1914

2.3.1.1.1. French abstraction after cubism before WWI

2.3.2. Sonia Terk Delaunay,

2.3.2.1. Prisms, 1914

2.3.2.2. Quilt, 1911-12

2.4. Early abstraction

2.4.1. Marcel Duchamp,

2.4.1.1. Bicycle Wheel, 1913

2.4.1.2. Nude Descending a Staircase, No.2, 1912

2.4.2. Brancusi,

2.4.2.1. The Kiss, 1916

2.4.2.2. Maiastra, 1911

2.4.2.3. Bird in Space, 1927

2.4.2.3.1. light is abstracted

2.5. German Expressionism

2.5.1. Paula Modersohn- Becker,

2.5.1.1. Otto Modersohn Sleeping, 1906

2.5.1.2. Self-Portrait with an Amber Necklace, 1913

2.6. Russian Constructivism

2.6.1. A. Rodchenko,

2.6.1.1. Workers Club

2.7. Suprematism

2.7.1. Kazimir Malevich,

2.7.1.1. Installation view of painting 0, 10: The Last Futurist Exhibition, Petrograd, 1915

2.7.1.2. Black Square, 1915

2.7.1.3. Suprematist Composition, 1915

2.8. Vladmir Tatlin,

2.8.1. Project for "Monument to the Third International", 1919-20

2.9. Rodchenko,

2.9.1. Books Please! In All Branches of Knowledge, Soviet Poster

2.10. Lyubov Popua,

2.10.1. The Traveler, 1915

2.10.2. Design for work uniform for Actor #5, 1921

2.11. Kandinsky,

2.11.1. Blue Mountain, 1908

2.11.2. Sketch for Composition II, 1910

2.11.3. Composition IV, 1911

2.11.4. Sketch I for Composition VII, 1913

3. Dada and Surrealism

3.1. 1914-1945

3.2. embrace the irrational

3.3. more than material

3.4. Dada

3.4.1. Hugo Ball,

3.4.1.1. reciting sound poem "Karawane", 1916

3.4.2. Sophie Tauber,

3.4.2.1. in performance, Zurich, 1917

3.4.2.2. Untitled (Vertical-Horizontal Composition), 1916

3.4.2.3. Untitled (Vertical-Horizontal Composition with Objects), 1919

3.4.3. Jean ARP,

3.4.3.1. Collage with Squares Arranged According to the Laws of Chance, 1916-17

3.4.4. Hannah Hoch,

3.4.4.1. Cut with theKitchen Knife, Dada through the Last Weimar Beer Belly Cultural Epoch of Germany, 1919

3.4.5. Raoul Hausmann,

3.4.5.1. Mechanical Head (Spirit of the Age), 1920

3.4.6. Duchamp,

3.4.6.1. Nude Descending a Staircase (No.2), 1912

3.4.6.2. Fountain, 1917

3.4.6.2.1. USA

3.4.7. Dadaists

3.4.7.1. interested in the "new man" and "new woman"

3.4.8. response of irrationality of WWI

3.4.9. no unified aesthetic

3.4.10. embrace irrational, irrevalent, absurb, anti-bourgeuis and anti-concential society

3.4.11. critical of society

3.4.12. modernity, mechanization, politics, uncertainity

3.5. Surrealism

3.5.1. Evolves out of Dada

3.5.2. mixed media

3.5.3. Max Ernst,

3.5.3.1. Two Children Threatened by a Nightingale, 1924

3.5.4. Abstract

3.5.4.1. Andre Masson,

3.5.4.1.1. Battle of the Fishes, 1926

3.5.5. Representional

3.5.5.1. Salvador Dali,

3.5.5.1.1. The Persistence of Memory, 1931

3.5.5.2. Rene Magritte,

3.5.5.2.1. The Treachery of Images, 1928

3.5.6. Sculpture

3.5.6.1. Man Ray,

3.5.6.1.1. The Gift, 1958 (replica of 1921 original)

3.5.6.2. Meret Oppenheim, Object (Luncheon in Fur), 1936

4. Mondrain and De Stijl

4.1. Piet Mondrain,

4.1.1. Geinrust Farm, 1900-02

4.1.2. Sea Towards Sunset, 1909

4.1.3. Gray Tree, 1911

4.1.4. Composition #7, 1913

4.1.5. Pier and Ocean, 1915

4.1.6. Composition with Grid 9, 1919

4.1.7. Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, 1930

4.1.8. Composition with Red, Blue and Yellow, 1935

5. American Art to Abstract Expressionism

5.1. before WWII

5.2. Alfred Stieglitz,

5.2.1. From the Back Window of 291 Fifth Avenue, 1915

5.3. Paul Strand,

5.3.1. Wire Wheel, 1917

5.3.1.1. Stieglitz Circle

5.4. Georgia O'Keeffe,

5.4.1. Black Iris III, 1926

5.5. Grant Wood,

5.5.1. American Gothic, 1930

5.5.1.1. American Regionalism

5.5.1.1.1. home grown art

5.5.1.1.2. reject "foreign" styles

5.5.1.1.3. purely American style and subject matter

5.6. Installation view of Degenerate Art Exhibition, Berlin, 1937

5.6.1. Modern abstraction, cubism, surrealism and Dada

5.6.2. rejected by realists

5.7. Dorothea Lange,

5.7.1. Migrant Mother, California, 1936

5.7.1.1. Roosevelt's New Deal

5.8. Abstract surrealism

5.8.1. Lee Krasner,

5.8.1.1. Untitled, 1939

5.9. Proto-Abstract Expressionism

5.9.1. Jackson Pollock,

5.9.1.1. Male and Female, 1942

5.9.1.2. No. 1, 1948

5.10. Joe Ben Jr,

5.10.1. The Indian and I, 1976

5.11. Mark Rothko,

5.11.1. Slow Swirl by the Edge of the Sea, 1944

5.11.2. The Sacrifice of Iphigenia, 1942

5.11.3. No. 61 (Rust and Blue), 1953

5.11.3.1. Colour-field painting

5.11.4. No. 5, 1952

5.12. Barnett Newman,

5.12.1. Onement I, 1948

5.12.2. Vir Heroicus Sublimis, 1950-51

5.13. Margaret Bourke-White,

5.13.1. Fort Peck Dam, Montana, 1936

5.13.1.1. photography increased to be a recognized art form