WESTERN ART HISTORY COURSE

NEOCLASSICISM, ROMANTICISM AND MODERNISM 

ABOUT THE HISTORY OF WESTERN ART COURSE

NEOCLASSICISM, ROMANTICISM AND MODERNISM  

 

NEOCLASSICISM, ROMANTICISM AND MODERNISM

Saturday, April 27, 2019

7h duration (from 9am to 12pm and from 2pm to 6pm)

Location: Color Space 

Rua 105-D n.24

South Sector

goiânia

A maximum of 20 participants per module will be allowed.  

 

OF INVESTMENT  

 

Payment for the lecture:  BRL 300.00 (three hundred reais).   The amount is paid up to the day before the lecture.

Registration for the lecture is confirmed through a deposit, bank transfer or payment made directly at Espaço Cor.
  Payment entitles you to a 7-hour lecture.  The lecture is not cumulative: once lost due to absence, there is no replacement at another time or reimbursement of the amount paid.  

 

Color Space 

Rua 105-D n.24

South Sector

goiânia

 

Whatsapp   62 98519-7606  (Tatiana Pacheco - course director)

ABOUT THE COURSE FACILITATOR – MARCELLUS NISHIMOTO  

 

Marcellus Nishimoto studied Visual Communication and Graphic Design at the University of Brasilia (1999), the city where he lived for 17 years. The grandson of Japanese, who provided the artist with direct contact with Japanese culture, in 2008 Nishimoto returned to his hometown, Goiânia, where he now lives and works.

 

Nishimoto works as a designer and art director in the fields of fashion, branding, editorial design and illustration. He also worked as a professor at a higher level in several graphic design disciplines (History of Art and Design, Typography, Graphic Analysis, Projects and TCC Guidance).  He currently develops teaching work in the areas of traditional drawing and painting, in addition to working as a designer and visual artist.

 

From an early age, Nishimoto was interested in semiotics—the study of the meaning of symbols and images, as well as the visual arts. Currently, he dedicates himself to design and art independently. His works seek the origin — his own and ours —, the understanding of the human essence and the time that is so ephemeral to us. In his works, the artist explores these themes with traditional Western and Eastern techniques, including ink pointillism, watercolor, drawing (in all its modalities) and sumi-ê (ancient oriental painting technique).

 

His works are visibly laborious with traditional techniques, in order to capture and make visible the immaterial: time and the meaning of life. The artist has already participated in several group and individual exhibitions in Goiânia and has his works included in collections in several places in Brazil and abroad.  

 

COURSE OBJECTIVE   

 

The aim of the course is to approach the various stages of Western art from Neoclassicism to Impressionism. The main artistic creations of these periods of art will be presented, with explanations about the works, the artists and the historical and social moment of the context. There will be a technical and critical analysis of the artistic productions and a discussion of the cultural impact that these works produced on society: their direct influences on the behavior and customs of each period.

 

COURSE PROGRAM   

NEOCLASSICISM, ROMANTICISM AND MODERNISM

FROM THE FRENCH REVOLUTION TO IMPRESSIONISM

- The French Revolution

- The return to the cult of Classical Antiquity

- Romanticism: escapism, subjectivity and individualism

- Symbolism: mystery and mysticism

- Realism: the new modern vision

- Impressionism

DURATION

 

The lecture  lasts 7 hours, with the first part taking place from 9 am to 12 pm and the second part from 2 pm to 6 pm.

BIBLIOGRAPHY USED IN THE COURSE  

 

ARGAN, GC Modern Art - From Enlightenment to Contemporary Movements . Sao Paulo: Co. of Letters, 1996.

 

BARZUN, J. From dawn to decadence—the history of western culture from 1500 to the present day . Rio de Janeiro: Campus, 2002.

 

BATCHELOR, D.; FER, B.; WOOD, P. Realism, Rationalism, Surrealism—Art in the Interwar period . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 1998.

 

BAUMGART, F. Brief history of art . São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2007.

 

BLUNT, A. Artistic Theory in Italy 1450-1600 . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 2001.

 

BROWN, J. Painting in Spain 1500-1700 . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 2000.

 

CHIPP, HB Theories of Modern Art . São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 1999.

 

DÛCHTING, H. Masterpieces of French painting . Paris: Könemann, 2016.

 

FRASCINA, F. et al.  Modernity and Modernism—French Painting in the 19th Century . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 1998.

 

FRASCINA, F.; HARRISON, C.; PERRY, G. Primitivism, Cubism, Abstraction—Early Twentieth Century . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 1998.

 

GOMBRICH, EH The History of Art . Rio de Janeiro: LTC Technical and Scientific Books, 1995.

 

GULLAR, F. Stages of contemporary art — from cubism to neoconcrete art . Rio de Janeiro: Editora Revan, 1999.

 

ISAACSON, W. Leonardo da Vinci . Rio de Janeiro: Intrinsic, 2017.

 

LEVEY, M. Painting and Sculpture in France 1700-1789 . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 2000.

 

PEVSNER, N. Origins of modern architecture and design . São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 1996.

 

READ, H. A History of Modern Painting . São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 2001.

 

SLIVE, S. Dutch Painting 1600-1800 . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 2000.

 

VILLAS-BOAS, A. Utopia and Discipline . Rio de Janeiro: 2AB, 1998.

 

VLIEGHE, H. Flemish art and architecture 1585-1700. São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 2000.

 

WOOD, P. et al. Modernism in dispute: art since the forties . São Paulo: Cosac & Naify Editions, 1998.

 

We look forward to your participation!

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