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Modern Art, Postmodern Art, Painting, Sculpture, Photography
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Charting the Avant-Garde: from Romanticism to Utopic Abstraction

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Go at your own pace
4 Sessions / 13 hours of work per session
Price
Free
Included w/ premium membership ($20/month)
Skill Level
Beginner
Video Transcripts
English
Topics
Modern Art, Postmodern Art, Painting, Sculpture, Photography
Course Description

This first course covers the 19th century movements of Romanticism, Realism, and Impressionism and how they set the stage for the radical expressions of Post Impressionism, Fauvism, Cubism, and the pure abstraction of Kandinsky, Mondrian, and Malevich.

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Session 1: The Rallying Cry Of The Avant-Garde (October 25, 2018)
Romanticism and Realism
9 lessons
1. Course Introduction
2. Revolutionaries and the Avant Garde!
3. Neo-Classicism
4. Women Painters of Neo-Classicism
5. Introducing Romanticism
6. More Romanticism!
7. Realism
8. Realism of the Bourgeoisie
9. Interview with Gloria Groom
Session 2: The Power Of Form And Emotion Of Color (November 1, 2018)
Impressionism and Post Impressionism
10 lessons
1. The Rise of Landscape Painting
2. Impressionism
3. Interview with Liz Siegel Part 1
4. Post-Impressionism: Seurat
5. Post-Impressionism Cézanne
6. Post-Impressionism Van Gogh
7. Post Impressionism: Gauguin
8. Interview with Douglas Druick
9. Interview with David Getsy Pt 1
10. Interview with David Getsy Pt 2
Session 3: The 20th Century Explodes (November 8, 2018)
Fauvism and Cubism
9 lessons
1. Fauvism: Vlaminck and "the Primitive!"
2. More Fauvism: Derain, Braque, and Henri Matisse
3. The Legend of Picasso
4. Interview with Delinda Collier
5. Cubism
6. German Expressionism
7. Interview with Annie Bourneuf
8. More with Annie Bourneuf
9. The Degenerate Art Show
Session 4: Painted Blueprints Of Utopia (November 15, 2018)
Kandinsky, Mondrian, And Malevich
8 lessons
1. Der Blaue Reiter
2. Kandinsky and the Rise of Abstraction
3. Holland and Piet Mondrian
4. Mondrian and the De Stijl Movement
5. Russian Modernism - Kazimir Malevich
6. Vladimir Tatlin
7. More Russian Art: El Lissitzky and Others
8. The Italian Futurists
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