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Art 163 Test #2 Images and Terms


Matisse: Woman with the Hat 1905 (G-11 1005)

Matisse: Red Room (Harmony in Red) 1908-09 (G-11 1006)*
Derain: London Bridge 1906 (G-11 1007)

Rouault: The Old King 1916-36 (G-11 1007)*

Kirchner: Street, Dresden 1908 (G-11 1008)*

Nolde: Saint Mary of Egypt among Sinners 1912 (G-11 1009)
Kandinsky Improvisation 28 (2nd version) 1912 (G-11 1010)

Marc: Fate of the Animals 1913 (G-11 1010)
Maillol: The Mediterranean 1902-05 (G-11 1011)
Picasso: Gertrude Stein 1906-07 (G-11 1011)
Picasso: Les Demoiselles d’Avignon 1907 (G-11 1012)

Braque: The Portuguese 1911 (G-11 1014)*

Delaunay: Champs de Mars/The Red Tower 1911 (G-11 1014)

Picasso: Still Life with Chair-Caning 1911-12 (G-11 1016)*

Picasso: Three Musicians 1921 (G-11 1017)*

Lipchitz: Bather 1917 (G-11 1018)

Leger: The City 1919 (G-11 1020)*

Balla: Dynamism of a Dog on a Leash 1912 (G-11 1021)*

Boccioni: Unique Forms of Continuity in Space 1913 (G-11 1021)*

Severini: Armored Train 1915 (G-11 1022)
Duchamp: Fountain (2nd version) 1950 (G-11 1024)
Hoch: Cut with the Kitchen knife Dada through
the Last Weimar Beer Belly cultural
Epoch of Germany 1919 (G-11 1025)

Schwitters: Merz 19 1920 (G-11 1026)
Duchamp: Nude Descending a Staircase No 2 1912 (G-11 1027)

Man Ray: Cadeau (Gift) Replica, 1958 1921 (G-11 1029)

O’Keeffe: New York Night 1929 (G-11 1032)

Grosz: Fit for Active Service 1916-17 (G-11 1033)

Beckmann: Night 1918-19 (G-11 1034)

Kollwitz: Memorial to Karl Liebknecht 1919 (G-11 1036)*

Lehmbruck: Seated Youth 1917 (G-11 1036)

Barlach: War Monument 1927 (G-11 1037)
Ernst: Two Children Are Threatened by a Nightingale 1924 (G-11 1039)
Dali: The Persistence of Memory 1931 (G-11 1040)

Magritte: The Treachery (or Perfidy) of Images 1928-29 (G-11 1041) ?

Oppenheim: Object (Le Dejeuner en fourrure) 1936 (G-11 1041)
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston with Zoomifyer




Expressionism (both French and German groups and their names
The Bridge
The Blue Rider
Cubism, Analytical Cubism, Synthetic Cubism
Blue Period
Rose Period
Iberian Period/Influence
Other influence on Picasso
Collage - papier colle'
Orphism/Orphic Cubism -


France, ca. 1912
In 1912 the poet Guillaume Apollinaire applied the French term Orphisme to the visionary and lyrical paintings of Robert Delaunay, relating them to Orpheus, a poet and musician in Greek mythology. It also applies to the paintings of Sonia Terk Delaunay and is often mentioned in connection with Frantisek Kupka and a group of then-contemporary American and Canadian artists, called Synchromists, who painted according to a system of “color harmonies” that equated hues to musical pitches. The term Orphic Cubism [more] is sometimes used instead of Orphism because of Robert Delaunay’s roots in a Cubist style. Departing from the limited palette of Georges Braque’s and Pablo Picasso’s initial phase of Cubism, the Delaunays’ paintings are full of brightly colored circular forms, the color combinations of which are based on the “law of simultaneous contrast of colors,” developed in the 19th century by French chemist Michel-Eugène Chevreul; Chevreul’s theories had already influenced painters such as Eugène Delacroix and Georges Seurat. - Source:

Photomontage - a collage of various photographs combined together
Dada - early 20th-century intellectual movement that used unconventional imagery and literary devices to shock the bourgouisie from complacency
Readymades - manufactured or mass-produced items and products recast by Duchamp as artistic works
Futurists - movement centered in pre-WWII Italy that emphasized modernism, speed, and the primacy of the machine
Frottage - literally, rubbings
merz pictures -
Surrealism - early 20th-century artistic movement that based its imagery on psychological and dream-state symbolism


*Rice University: History of Art: Study Guide

German Art of the 20th Century

Univ. of Hawaii - The History of Contemporary Scupture

Peggy Guggenheim Collection - Venice