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This is Portrait Painting

4.6 This is Portrait Painting Quiz

4.5 This is Portrait Painting Review

4.4 This is Portrait Painting Critique

4.3 Portrait Painting

4.2 Portrait Drawing

4.1 What is Post-Impressionism?

Unit 4

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Vincent van Gogh, Farmhouse in Provence, 1888, Oil on canvas, 18 1/8 x 24 in, National Gallery of Art

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

Warm Up Activity

4.1: What is Post-Impressionism?

  • Introduce Post-Impressionism
  • Learn new Vocab
  • Learn about 5 artists
  • Review
  • Be kind and respectful
  • Ask questions
  • Have fun, don't stress
  • Raise your hand

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  • Learn about the post-impressionism period
  • Describe the influences of the post-impressionism movement
  • Learn 5 post-impressionist artists

Learning Goals

  • Impasto
  • Impressionism
  • Pointillism
  • Post-Impressionism

Vocabulary

Claude Monet. Impression, Sunrise. Oil on canvas. 19 in. x 25 in. Musée Marmottan Monet.​

  • A 19th century art movement originating in France​
  • This movement focused on the natural light and color of outdoor scenes.
  • Impressionist artists used short, quick brushstrokes to capture the essence of figures, rather than worry about details. ​
  • This technique contributed to the softer, hazy look of the paintings.​
  • Impressionism was named after Claude Monet's painting, Impression, Sunrise.​

Impressionism

Why did these artists create a NEW art movement?

What is Post-Impressionism?

  • An art movement in France that began in the late nineteenth century in response to Impressionism. ​
  • "Post" means after, so post-impressionism means after impressionism.​
  • The artists during this time had their own individual and distinct ways of creating art.​
  • These artists did not have a unified style, but they had similar views about expanding on the ideas of impressionism.

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cézanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

  • Got away from natural colors and used bold or unnatural colors
  • Some artists used flat planes of color – think Japanese woodblock prints​
  • Some painted with exaggerated and visible brushstrokes​
  • Not as concerned about depicting nature or realistic images

Post-Impressionist artists expanded upon Impressionism by:

Post-Impressionism

  • The most famous of the post-impressionists is Vincent van Gogh. ​
  • Though he is famous today, he was not well respected in his time and sold only one painting during his short life.​
  • He originally wanted to become a pastor, but he eventually gave that up and moved to France to become a painter.
  • When van Gogh became acquainted with Impressionist art for the first time, he was inspired by its use of color and light.
  • Van Gogh’s style was influenced by other artists, impressionist art, and Japanese art. He began to experiment with bright colors and loose, swirling brushstrokes.​

Vincent van Gogh. Self Portrait. 1889. Oil on canvas. 26 x 21 in. Musée d'Orsay.

Vincent van Gogh

He would often paint very thickly in a style known as impasto.​ ​ This is a painting technique in which the paint is applied to the canvas very thickly, sometimes with a palette knife. It gives the painting actual texture when dry.

Vincent van Gogh. The Sower. 1888. Oil on canvas. 12.8 x 15.9 in. Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam.​

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Vincent van Gogh

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Marcelle Lender Dancing the Bolero in “Chilpéric.” 1895–96. Oil on canvas. 57.1 x 58.8 in. National Gallery of Art.​

  • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec was a Post-Impressionist artist born in 1864. He was very short. He broke both of his legs when he was young and never fully healed from it.
  • Nightlife was a favorite subject of Toulouse-Lautrec, and he would often paint scenes from the cabaret. The subjects of his paintings were often performers,, depicting them as everyday people.​
  • Toulouse-Lautrec experimented with color, sometimes using unnatural colors to express the mood and atmosphere, and his brushstrokes were loose and sketchy.​
  • He was an accomplished painter but he also was accomplished in another art medium.

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Babylone d'Allemagne. 1894. Lithograph.. 74.8 x 45.9 in. MoMA.​

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec. Moulin Rouge: La Goulue. 1891. Lithograph, 74.8 x 45.9 in. The Metropolitan Museum of Art.​

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He later established himself as a poster artist and was hired to create lithographic posters that advertised famous performers of the time. The style of his posters was influenced by Japanese woodblock prints with their areas of flat color, bold outlines, and diagonal line.​​ This is the style he is known for !​

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Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Georges Seurat. The River Seine at La Grande-Jatte. 1888. Oil on canvas. 25.6 x 32.3 in. Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, Brussels, Belgium.​

  • Georges Seurat was a Post-Impressionist artist born in 1859.
  • Seurat's experimental style became known as pointillism. Seurat used tiny dots of color as his brushstrokes, painted carefully next to each other in a painstakingly deliberate way so the viewer would see the colors as blended together.
  • He believed that if an artist placed tiny dots of different colors next to one another, the human eye could mix them, especially if the work was viewed from far away.​
  • His painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte is one of his most famous works and is thought to be iconic of the nineteenth century.​

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Georges Seurat

The impressionists had started to explore this idea with their short brushstrokes of color, but Georges Seurat wanted to expand on the concept.​ Through experimentation, he came up with pointillism.

Georges Seurat. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte. 1884-86. Oil on canvas. 82 x 121 in. Art Institute of Chicago.​

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Georges Seurat

  • Paul Cézanne was one of the leading artists of the post-impressionist movement.
  • He is said to be one of the most influential artists of modern art.
  • He was born in France in 1839 to wealthy parents. Cézanne turned away from his law studies to pursue a career in art.
  • One of the most prominent things Cézanne brought to the world of art was his geometric simplification.
  • He intensely studied whatever he was painting and brought it back to the simplest geometric form it could be reduced to.

Paul Cézanne. Self Portrait with Beret. 1899. Oil on canvas. 25.3 x 21 in. Museum of Fine Art Boston.​

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Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne. Still Life with a Curtain. 1895. Oil on canvas. 21.7 x 29.3 in. Private collection​

Paul Cézanne. Curtain, Jug and Fruit. 1894. Oil on canvas. 23.5 x 28.8 in. Private collection.​

  • Cézanne kept most of his colors darker.
  • Cézanne tended to look at his subjects as individual shapes assembled together and painted them that way.
  • He simplified the objects or people in his images giving him a distinct style that became recognizable throughout his career.

Paul Cézanne. Bibemus Querry. 1899. Oil on canvas. 25.5 × 31.8 in. Museum Folkwang.​

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Paul Cézanne

Paul Guaguin. Tahitian Women on the Beach. 1891. 27.2 x 35.8 in. Oil on canvas. Musée d'Orsay, Paris.​

  • He was born in France in 1848 but traveled with his family to Peru when he was young and lived there for several years.
  • What he saw in Peru would later influence Gauguin in his art; it was there that he first saw art in South American pottery.​
  • From an early age, Paul Gauguin was influenced by South American art. Much of the culture inspired his painting, and his work took on more symbolic meaning.

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Paul Gauguin

  • Gauguin’s style began to evolve into painting with built-up flat layers of simplified colors and solid, clearly defined forms, often with bold outlines.​
  • ​Paul Gauguin was interested in other cultures. He lived in Tahiti and painted the local people and landscapes.​
  • His work was no recognized until after he died.

Paul Guaguin. The Sorcerer of Hiva Oa (Marquesan Man in the Red Cape). 1902. Oil on canvas. 36.2 x 28.7 in. Musée des Beaux Arts.​

Paul Guaguin. Vision after the Sermon. 1888. 29 x 36 in. Oil on canvas. Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

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Paul Gauguin

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"Art is harmony parallel with nature."Paul Cezanne

Materials Needed

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

4.2: Portrait drawing

  • Draw facial features
  • Recognize proportions in faces
  • draw a self-portrait on canvas to be painted in the style of a post-impressionst artist

Learning Goals

  • Facial Porportions
  • Portraiture

Vocabulary

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Cézanne

Gauguin

Seurat

Van Gogh

Toulouse-Lautrec

What is Portraiture?

  • Today we will be sketching and drawing our faces.
  • This will be a lightly drawn contour line drawing, meant to be a guide for your final painting.
  • No shading or fine details added to the drawing.
  • You can practice in your sketchbook with me OR jump right in and draw on your canvas.

We will be making our very own SELF-PORTRAITS!

UNIT 4 PROJECT

Here is a timelapse video of how to draw a face.

1. Draw an upside-down egg shape for the face2. Add a neck and shoulders

How to Draw a Face!

3. Make a guideline DOWN the center of the face.

This is called a line of symmetry. People’s faces are symmetrical, meaning that they are basically the same on each side.​

4. Make a guideline ACROSS the middle of the face.

5. Make a guideline across between the BOTTOM of the face and the CENTER guideline.

6. Make a guideline across between the LOWER guideline and the BOTTOM of the face.

Drawing Tip: Figure out where to put your eyes by drawing FIVE eyes across the guideline. ERASE the first, third, and fifth eye and you are left with TWO eyeballs in the right spot.

7. Draw the eyes along the CENTER guideline.

9. Draw the ears between the CENTER guideline and guideline below.

Very lightly, draw two guidelines from the inside edges of the eyes to the next guideline down. That line is where the bottom of the nose will sit.​

8. Draw the nose BETWEEN the eyes you've created and ENDING it at the next guideline.

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11. Draw the eyebrows ABOVE the eyes. Start them at the inner corners of the eyes.

The lips will be the width of the iris’.

10. Draw the lips along the BOTTOM guideline. The middle of the lips, where they meet, will be on the line we just drew.

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13. ERASE all guidelines created in the beginning of sketching.

12. Plan out hair. Sketch a hairline along the upper part of the head. Create an outline of your hair, details will be painted.

  • If you were sketching in your sketchbook, draw your portrait on your canvas.​
  • The next step, we will be painting in the style of our favorite Post-Impressionist artist.​
  • BRAINSTORM which artist’s style you will be using and some ideas to incorporate into your painting to show that style.

NEXT STEPS

Unit 4 Project

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

We will be painting our portraits!

Materials Needed:

  • Your portrait sketched on canvas/white drawing paper**​
  • Paint brushes
  • Cup of water​
  • Acrylic paints ​
  • Paper plate or palette for paints​
  • Paper towel​
  • Newspaper or paper bags to protect your painting surface!

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Vincent van Gogh​ Georges Seurat​ Paul Cezanne​ Paul Gauguin​ Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Right now, who's style do you think you'll use for your painting?

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  • Your portrait drawing on canvas or paper​
  • Paint brushes
  • Cup of water​
  • Acrylic paints ​
  • Paper plate or palette for paints​
  • Paper towel​
  • something to protect your painting surface!
  • Review Artists
  • Paint our portraits
  • Be kind and respectful
  • Ask questions
  • Have fun, don't stress
  • Raise your hand

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together." Vincent van Gogh

Materials Needed

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

4.3: portrait painting

  • Paint the background of a self-portrait
  • Paint the base layer of the face and hair
  • Paint the final details, completing a self-portrait in the style of a Post-Impressionist artist

Learning Goals

None!

Vocabulary

Move the artwork to the correct artists frame.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

Move the artwork to the correct artists frame.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

WHICH ARTIST STYLE WILL YOU USE?

Artist Styles

Paint your face, neck and shoulders.Paint your entire figure first, then go back and add tints and shades.Paint your background.Who's style are you using? What colors are you going to use? Do you want to add anything to the background?Add detailsWhat details might your style add? Outlining, blurred edges, pointillism. Add finishing touches to eyes, lips and clothing.

TODAY'S STEPS

Unit 4 Project

Skin Tone Paint Mixing

Unit 4 Project

  • We will be reviewing the Unit 4 artists
  • We will be critiquing!
  • We will be completing the Critical Response together

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  • Your completed portrait painting
  • Review Critique vocab
  • Vocab Activity
  • Complete critical response together
  • Be kind and respectful
  • Ask questions
  • Have fun, don't stress
  • Raise your hand

tell me who your favorite artist is

"I shut my eyes in order to see."Paul Gauguin

Warm Up Activity

Materials Needed

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

4.4: this is portrait painting critique

  • Recall how to critique a piece of artwork
  • Complete a critical response

Learning Goals

  • Critique

Vocabulary

WORD BANK

Critique Review

How we use the materials to create our artwork is the .

To judge the success of an artwork we are it.

Our is the meaning behind the artwork.

is the materials used to create the artwork.

EVALUATING

TECHNIQUE

INTERPRETATION

MEDIA

PAINT

CANVAS

SUCCESSFUL

EMOTIONAL

PAINTING

CUTTING

HAPPY

LOOKS BAD

IMPASTO

MASTERPIECE

FABRIC

UNWELL

WORD BANK

TRASH

EVALUATION

TECHNIQUE

INTERPRETATION

MEDIA

What elements do you see here?

ELEMENTS OF ART

Interpretation

Evaluation

Uploading a picture of your artwork into edio is the first part of your project.We will create a credit line for our artworks.We will answer the four questions about our artworks in edio.

CREDIT LINE & CRITICAL RESPONSE

FINAL STEPS

If you are still working on your project, do not submit the SECOND part of today's lesson until you are done with it.

  • Is our review day!
  • We will be playing a review game and doing additional Review activities

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  • We will do a few reviews together
  • Play a new review game!
  • Open Studio Time
  • Be kind and respectful
  • Ask questions
  • Have fun, don't stress
  • Raise your hand

"Some say they see poetry in my paintings; I see only science."Georges Seurat

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

Warm Up Activity

4.5: this is portrait painting review

  • Portraiture
  • Post-Impressionism
  • Review concepts and vocabulary from Unit 4: This is Portrait Painting

Learning Goals

  • Critique
  • Facial proportions
  • Impasto
  • Impressionism
  • Pointillism

Vocabulary

Cézanne

Gauguin

Seurat

Painted with swirling, expressive brushstrokes, using impasto style of painting.

Van Gogh

Painted with darker colors and used simplified shapes.

Toulouse-Lautrec

Used bright unnatural colors and bold outlines, painting cultures that inspired him.

Used bold areas of flat colors in his posters and a loose sketchy style in his paintings.

Creating his own painting style using small dots of color.

Move the artist name to the frame that describes their style.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

Move the artwork to the correct artists frame.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Draw an arrow to the correct artist's frame.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

Secret Word

Answer each question and make your way around the circle!

Let's play a new review game:

- Finish your project if not done- Finish your critique if not done- Complete an activity from the Choice Board for 1 bonus point on your project- Study for your quiz

OPEN STUDIO:

Check the UNIT 4 PADLET for review games and resources you can do on your own for extra practice! If you would like to access the project review, vocabulary packet, or guided notes, it is all located in the UNIT 4 PADLET!

  • IS A QUIZ DAY!
  • Guided instruction is optional but we will be reviewing and doing an activity.

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  • We will be reviewing with Blooket
  • Whoever wants to stay, we will play Pictionary
  • Be kind and respectful
  • Ask questions
  • Have fun, don't stress
  • Raise your hand

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“Paintings have a life of their own that derives from the painter's soul.” Vincent van Gogh

Today's Agenda

Classroom Expectations

Warm Up Activity

4.6: this is portrait painting quiz

Cézanne

Gauguin

Seurat

Painted with swirling, expressive brushstrokes, using impasto style of painting.

Van Gogh

Painted with darker colors and used simplified shapes.

Toulouse-Lautrec

Used bright unnatural colors and bold outlines, painting cultures that inspired him.

Used bold areas of flat colors in his posters and a loose sketchy style in his paintings.

Creating his own painting style using small dots of color.

Move the artist name to the frame that describes their style.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

Move the artwork to the correct artists frame.

Post-Impressionist Museum Wall

Paul Gauguin

Paul Cezanne

Georges Seurat

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

Vincent van Gogh

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pictionary:

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