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You Gotta Know art

brain bowl NAQT 20th century art

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Nude Descending a Staircase, No. 2 Marcel Duchamp portrays a nude woman in a series of broken planes, reflecting a Cubist sense of division of space echoes the work of the Futurists by capturing motion down several steps in a single image First painted in 1912
The Persistence of Memory Salvador DalĂ­ probably the most famous of surrealist paintings trompe l'oeil depiction of figures ants, flies, clocks, and the Port Lligat landscape
Les Demoiselles d'Avignon Pablo Picasso depicts five women in a brothel The two central figures face the viewer, while the other three have primitive masks as faces phallic fruit arrangement in the foreground reflects the influence of Cezanne's "flattening of the canvas"
Broadway Boogie Woogie Piet Mondrian echoes the bright lights of a marquee resembles a pattern of streets as seen from above creates a feeling of vitality and vibrancy, not unlike the music itself
Campbell's Soup Can Andy Warhol parodies a world in which celebrities, brand names, and media images have replaced the sacred existed in many varieties, with different types or numbers mass production aspect
Nighthawks Edward Hopper uses a realistic approach to convey a sense of a loneliness and isolation fluorescent light of the diner, coffee pots, Phillies cigar sign atop the diner depicts the corner store without a door connecting to the larger world
I and the Village Marc Chagall dreamlike scene lamb and peasant life motifs a series of houses, some of them upside-down
Christina's World Andrew Wyeth the subtle pattern of sunlight strikes the farmhouse obliquely from the right, shines in the wheel tracks in the upper right, and casts very realistic-looking shadows on Christina's dress Christina lays in the cornfield wearing a pink dress, facing away from the viewer, her body partly twisted and hair blowing slightly in the wind In the far distance is a three-story farmhouse with dual chimneys and two dormers, along with two sheds to its right
American Gothic Grant Wood pitchfork and clothing represented 19th century farmers instead of contemporary farmers among the most familiar regionalist paintings painted after seeing a Carpenter Gothic style house with a distinctive Gothic window in its gable
The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Even Marcel Duchamp
Red Room Henri Matisse
Mystery and Melancholy of a Street Giorgio de Chirico
The Twittering Machine Paul Klee
Man at the Crossroads Diego Rivera
The Kiss Gustav Klimt
Time Transfixed Rene Magritte
Woman series Willem de Kooning
White on White series Kasimir Malevich
Guernica Pablo Picasso massive, black, white, and grey anti-war mural used Cubist approach to add sense of destruction and chaos to figures completed by early June 1937
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