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Dada and surrealism [electronic resource (video)] / by Digital Classics (Firm)(SAGE)2009636; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Kurt Schwitters: German Artist (6:02) -- Schwitters: Artist in Transformation (3:01) -- Hannah Hch: Dadaist (4:41) -- Hannah Hch and the Berlin Dadaists (4:21) -- George Grosz "Untitled" (4:20) -- George Grosz: Artist and Political Satirist (4:44) -- Joan Miro: Spanish Surrealist (6:29) -- Joan Miro: "Dutch Interior II" (2:35) -- Salvador Dali: "The Burning Giraffe" (4:02) -- Salvador Dali: Motifs and Fetishes (5:01) -- Man Ray's "La Fortune" (3:52) -- Man Ray: Artist of the Unexpected (5:11)The Dada movement, born as a reaction to World War I, and its successor, Surrealism, opened new avenues for artistic creation by striving to bypass the reasoning process and tap directly into the unconscious mind. This program examines: * Kurt Schwitters' Merzbild 25 AMode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Modernism (Art);
© [2005], c1991., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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The Pre-Raphaelite revolt [electronic resource (video)] / by Arts Council of England(SAGE)2091412; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood: Origins (3:52) -- Millais Causes a Scandal (2:24) -- Millais and John Ruskin (3:54) -- Ford Madox Brown (3:41) -- William Holman Hunt (6:05) -- Pre-Raphaelite Tender Qualities (4:44) -- Dante Gabriel Rossetti (2:32) -- Origins of the Pre-Raphaelites (2:57)Some of the most widely known paintings in the history of English art were produced by the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, whose work stands out as the most intensely romantic aspect of Victorian painting in England. Founded in 1848 to protest against the outmoded academic conventions of the day, the Brotherhood's influence lasted until the end of the century, affecting fashion, interior design, and literature. This program explores the early years of the group and examines the works of Millais, Ruskin, Ford Madox Brown, Holman Hunt, Arthur Hughes, and Rossetti. Over thirty paintings and nearly fifty drawings are seen in the program. The commentary for the program includes the poetry of Tennyson, Christina Rossetti, and Dante Gabriel Rossetti.12 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Modernism (Art);
© [2005], c1996., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: http://cgcc-access.sage.eou.edu/login?url=http://fod.infobase.com/PortalPlaylists.aspx?aid=22322&xtid=6642 -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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The Impressionist Masters [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Worldwide Media (Firm)(SAGE)2039828;
Academy of Fine Arts & Popularization of Art Exhibitions (1:49) -- Homogeneous Art Standards & Salon de Paris Contest (1:29) -- Realists & Barbizon School of Painting (0:59) -- Japanese Influence on French Artists (1:05) -- First Impressionist Painting (0:57) -- Salon of the Refused & Anonymous Society of Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers, etc. (2:46) -- Impressionist Techniques, Materials, & Color (2:35) -- Édouard Manet (0:28) -- Camille Pisarro (0:34) -- Claude Monet (1:22) -- Pierre-Auguste Renoir (0:35) -- Mary Cassatt (0:28) -- James McNeill Whistler (0:57) -- Edgar Degas (0:39) -- Berthe Morisot (0:30) -- Alfred Sisley (0:10) -- Neo-Impressionism & Pointilism (0:57) -- Georges Seurat & Pointillism (0:53) -- Paul Gauguin (0:54) -- Vincent Van Gogh (0:59) -- Henri Rousseau (0:35) -- Paul Cezanne (0:35) -- Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1:09) -- Henri Matisse (0:43) -- Pablo Picasso (0:45) -- Impressionists' Legacy (1:11) -- Credits: The Impressionist Masters (0:22)In the late 1800s a revolution of art swept through the world by way of Paris. A group of bold young French artists defied the rules set by aristocratically-controlled schools and exhibitions and created the art movement known as Impressionism. Originally, called "The Anonymous Society of Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers, etc.," the Impressionists included artists Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edouard Manet, Alfred Sisley, and Edgar Degas. Their new methods of painting and realistic depictions of the working class were often the source of controversy and criticism. Undeterred, the Impressionists formed their own bohemian network of independent exhibitions and individual style.6 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Modernism (Art);
© [2012], c2011., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Turner and Venice [electronic resource (video)] / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Illuminations (Firm)(SAGE)1989930;
Turner's Venice (3:38) -- Tumultuous History of Venice (2:50) -- Turner's Sketches of Venice (3:35) -- Influences of Titian and Tintoretto (3:14) -- Turner's Venice in the 1830s (2:40) -- Turner and Lord Byron's Venice (4:22) -- 1840 Trip to Venice (4:30) -- Turner's Critics (3:42) -- Turner's Later Paintings (5:40) -- Turner's Romantic Venice (1:44)Venice is the subject that dominates the later paintings of J. M. W. Turner. Its shimmering radiance, ethereal beauty, and faded magnificence inspired some of his best-loved and most enchanting images-dazzling reflections on light and color, history and literature, tradition and modernity. This program explores all aspects of the rich relationship between the illustrious painter and the city he loved so well. Interviews with Ian Warrell, curator of a Turner exhibition at Tate Britain; historian David Laven; poet Andrew Motion; and artist Cornelia Parker are featured.12 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Modernism (Art);
© [2006], c2003., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Bohemia / by ARTE France.(DLC)1562373; Films Media Group,film distributor.(DLC)1996584;
In joyous, early 20th century Montmartre, a band of penniless artists comprising Max Jacob, Picasso, Apollinaire, Derain and Vlaminck, among others, takes up residence in an old piano factory: le Bateau-Lavoir. Soon enough, anyone who is anyone in the way of painters, writers, and art collectors is rubbing shoulders in the shabby-chic hallways of their warehouse. The bohemian lifestyle that they cultivate revolves around doing work, meeting muses, and making merry. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Seine, Matisse, known for leading a life of austerity, is busy turning the established order upside down at the Salon d'Automne of 1905, exhibiting works that burst with flamboyant color. Fauvism is born. From within the murky halls of the Bateau-Lavoir, Picasso prepares his response. Paying homage to their respective visions of modernity, the two painters ready their brushes for a contest of canvases.9 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, June 2, 2016)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Art, Modern.;
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Introduction to modern art [electronic resource (video)] / by 4 Learning (Firm); Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584;
Distortion (4:13) -- Abstraction (4:04) -- Still Life (4:13)Segment one of this program presents Rodin's The Kiss, Boccioni's Unique Forms of Continuity in Space, and Picasso's The Three Dancers to chart the progression of distortion as a means of expressing more than what a figurative subject can represent. Segment two uses Kandinsky's Cossacks and Pollock's Summertime: Number 9A to illustrate how color, line, and shape communicate ideas and emotions without a recognizable subject. Segment three spotlights Sir William Nicholson's The Lowestoft Bowl, Cezanne's Still Life with Water Jug, and Picasso's Still Life to demonstrate how the still life, in moving from realistic to abstract, made possible the concept of mixed media.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Modernism (Art);
© [2006], c2003., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Experiments in modern art / by Barrio, Raymond(SAGE)1764075;
Subjects: Painting; Artists' materials;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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After Modern Art : 1945-2017. by Hopkins, David.;
Cover -- Half-Title Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- Introduction -- 1. The Politics of Modernism: Abstract Expressionism and the European Informel -- Lost politics: Abstract Expressionism -- Cold War aesthetics -- Art and social function -- The bodily and the transcendent: France and America -- Modernism -- The fallout from Modernism: critiques of Greenberg -- 2. Duchamp's Legacy: The Rauschenberg-Johns Axis -- Marcel Duchamp -- The spectator's share: Cage, Rauschenberg, and assemblage -- McCarthyism and masculinity -- Metaphors of sexual identity: Jasper Johns -- The aesthetics of indifference -- Readymades and replications -- 3. The Artist in Crisis: From Bacon to Beuys -- Humanism and individualism: British and French figuration in the 1950s -- Art and commodity: New Realism -- The commodification of spirituality: Yves Klein -- The body's economy: Piero Manzoni -- The artist-hero: Beuys and West German art -- 4. Blurring Boundaries: Pop Art, Fluxus, and their Effects -- Pop culture and mechanical reproduction: the Independent Group -- 'The aesthetics of plenty': Pop Art in Britain -- 'The gap between art and life': Happenings, Fluxus, and anti-art -- Pop Art in America: Lichtenstein and Warhol -- Pop and politics: the US and West Germany -- 5. Modernism in Retreat: Minimalist Aesthetics and Beyond -- The non-relational: Reinhardt, Stella, Judd -- Minimalism and anti-rationalism -- 'Art and Objecthood': Fried and his detractors -- Anti Form and body metaphors: Hesse and Bourgeois -- Minimalist legacies: sculpture, film, public art -- 6. The Death of the Object: The Move to Conceptualism -- 1968: political radicalism and counterculture -- Institutional critique: Broodthaers and Haacke -- Art into life: Arte Povera -- Primordial returns: Smithson, Land Art, and language -- Dematerialization: Conceptual Art.The rise of semiotics: Burgin and conceptualism -- Gender positions: feminism and art -- Questions of 'presence': Body Art and Performance -- 7. Postmodernism: Theory and Practice in the 1980s -- Theories of the postmodern -- The return to painting -- The backlash against painting: photo-related practices -- The 'postmodern sublime': permutations of photo-painting -- Art and difference -- Simulation and abjection: the late 1980s -- Installation as a paradigm -- 8. The 1990s: A New Fin de Siècle? -- The British art revival -- Video and narrative -- Individualism, localism, and globalization -- Psychic resources: post-Surrealism -- childhood -- masculinity -- Fin de siècle: memory -- 9. Art and the New Millennium -- The spectacle of capital: art and the Internet -- The art system post-2000 -- Global aesthetics: displacement, migration, borders, identity -- Aesthetic trends: relational art -- Post-medium/return to medium -- 'Contemporary art': the sense of an ending -- Notes -- Further Reading -- Timeline Galleries and Websites Picture Credits Index -- Picture Credits -- Index.A beautifully illustrated, new edition of this pioneering study of art since 1945. Focussing mainly on the relationship between American and European Art, this book offers an up-to-date introduction to the major artists and movements of recent years.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Art, American-20th century..; Art, European-20th century.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Modern Art [electronic resource] : A Novel by Toynton, Evelyn.;
Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Chapter 1; Chapter 2; Chapter 3; Chapter 4; Chapter 5; Chapter 6; Chapter 7; Chapter 8; Chapter 9; Chapter 10; Chapter 11; Chapter 12; Chapter 13; Chapter 14; Chapter 15; Chapter 16; Chapter 17; Chapter 18; Chapter 19; Chapter 20; Chapter 21; Chapter 22; Chapter 23; Chapter 24; Chapter 25; CopyrightBelle Prokoff is the last of a famous generation of painters for whom art was a secular religion-worth any amount of struggle and sacrifice for its promise of redemption. She is also the widow of Clay Madden, who revolutionized American art, became a near-mythic figure, and died in a drunken car crash. Blunt, fierce, and scornful of the world's hypocrisy, Belle has passionately protected her husband's memory in the three decades since his death. She has also persevered with her painting while the fashionable art scene fawns over her, not for her own work but for the valuable Madden canvases sh
Subjects: Electronic books.;
© 2012., Delphinium Books,
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Mainstreams of modern art. by Canaday, John,1907-1985(SAGE)1720018;
Subjects: Art, Modern; Art, Modern; Art;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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