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Title: What%20is%20Art???%20Analyze%20the%20given%20subjects.%20Decide%20which%20objects%20are%20art%20and%20which%20are%20not.%20Give%20your%20reasons%20for%20making%20your%20choices.%20Be%20prepared%20to%20share%20your%20thinking.


1
What is Art??? Analyze the given subjects. Decide
which objects are art and which are not. Give
your reasons for making your choices. Be prepared
to share your thinking.
  • 1. Object One Is this art? Why or why not?
    Explain.
  • 2. Object Two Is this art? Why or why not?
    Explain.
  • 3. Object Three Is this art? Why or why not?
    Explain.
  • 4. Object Four Is this art? Why or why not?
    Explain.

2
Write your own definition of what art is.
3
Textbook definition of ART
  • ART A work of art is one persons vision of
    human reality expressed in a particular artistic
    medium, and shared with other people.

4
Leonardo Da Vinci 1452-1519
  • Who was he?
  • The Renaissance Man
  • Greatest genius of all time?
  • The artist who inspired the Renaissance art
    movement
  • An engineer, an architect, an inventor, a
    mathematician, a musician, a writer (journal), a
    botanist, a philosopher, a scientist a man of
    multiple talents.

5
Background
  • Born the illegitimate son of a Florentine
    peasant.
  • During the 1460s apprenticed to Verrocchio ( a
    great painter)
  • Became established, had a studio from 1478-1482
  • Began moving to homes of patrons Duke of Milan,
    King Francis I

6
ART
  • Introduced sfumato (smoking) technique to art.
  • Emphasized background development
  • Developed perspective, characterization
    techniques.
  • Created highlights with use of light.

7
Art Works
  • Madonna of the Rocks 1483 1508

8
The Last Supper
9
The Mona Lisa
10
Scientific Drawings and Anatomical sketches
11
Notebooks
  • Drawings, sketches, notes were in 4000 pages if
    notebooks.
  • Notes on math, music, musical instruments (he
    made his own violin, drum, and keyboard), botany,
    anatomy, geology, science, and art.
  • Designs included a flying machine, a parachute,
    a helicopter, a pulley, diving masks and
    flippers, automobile transmission, a tank, a
    machine gun, a two wheeled bicycle, etc.
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