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FTCE Humanities: Interrelated Art, Artists & Ideas - Chapter Summary
Gather necessary knowledge about art and different artists to effectively prepare for the exam. The lessons in this chapter help you review:
- Relationship between photography and impressionism
- Impressionists and Japanese woodblock painting
- Abstract ideas in modern art
- British culture and artists
- Folk music
- French impressionism and realism
Conquer different artistic movements, such as impressionism and realism, by working through these lessons. This won't take long because our lessons have a short video format. The unique format makes learning fun, and scrolling through parts of a lesson is easy thanks to our video tags. As you work through this chapter, track your progress along the way by using our dashboard.
1. Influence of Photography on Impressionism
In this lesson, you will examine the role that photography played in the development of 19th-century artistic styles, most notably Impressionism. Then, test your understanding with a brief quiz.
2. Influence of Japanese Woodblock Printing on Impressionists
In this lesson, you will explore the French artistic style of impressionism and discover how Japanese woodblock prints inspired French artists. Then, test your understanding with a brief quiz.
3. Reflections of Impressionism in Auguste Rodin's Sculptures
In this lesson, you will explore the works of sculptor Auguste Rodin and discover how impressionism influenced his philosophy about art and his actual sculptures. Then, test your understanding with a brief quiz.
4. Comparing French Impressionism & Realism in the Works of Homer & Sargent
In this lesson, you will explore the use of both realism and impressionism by American artists in the 19th century. Then, test your understanding with a brief quiz.
5. Connecting Abstract Ideas to Art
Artists connect abstract ideas to art and express them through different styles, techniques, and mediums. In this lesson, you will learn about how abstract ideas are connected to the visual and performing arts with examples.
6. British Pop: Culture, Art & Artists
This lesson will talk about what Pop Art is, and how American and British Pop Art differ. You will also learn about some of the most important artists working in this art movement.
7. What Is Folk Music? - Definition, Artists & History
Explore the development of folk music, from the word ''volk'' to Dylan and beyond. We'll learn what folk was, what folk became, and what folk means today. Finally, we'll learn about who the important folks are in folk music.
8. American Art, Pop Culture & Literature of the 1920s
In this lesson, we will examine the art, literature and popular culture associated with the 1920s. We will identify several key terms and figures related to the culture of the period, and understand them in historical context.
9. Johannes Gutenberg: Inventions, Facts & Accomplishments
In this lesson, we will learn about Johannes Gutenberg, the inventor of the mechanical moving-type printing press. We will explore his life and learn about the impact of his important invention.
10. Linear Perspective in Psychology: Definition & Examples
Linear perspective is one of several monocular cues used in depth perception. Learn about linear perspective, how it affects our judgment of depth and size, and more.
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