Self Portraits The approach others have taken throughout history.

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  • Self PortraitsThe approach others have takenthroughout history

  • What is a self portrait?

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  • BAROQUE16OO - 1750First appearance of the Self PortraitDuring this time the artist became more than just an artisan

  • CHARDIN

    SELF PORTRAIT

  • REMBRANDT

    SELF PORTRAIT

  • RUBENSSELF PORTRAIT

  • Revolution & Restoration

    1740 - 1860ClassicismRomanticismRealismPre-Raphaelites

  • INGRESCLASSICISMMADAME dhAUSSONVILLE

  • DELACROIXROMANTICISMORPHAN GIRL IN A CEMETERY

  • GERICAULTROMANTICISMINSANE

  • CAROTREALISMWOMAN WITHA PEARL

  • ROSSETTIPRE-RAPHAELITEMONNA VANNA

  • ImpressionistsConcerned with capturing a fleeting moment in timeConcern with reflected lightPure color applied to canvas allowing the eye to blend the colors

  • CEZANNESELF PORTRAITWITH ROSES

  • VAN GOGHPOST IMPRESSIONISTSELF PORTRAIT WITH EAR BANDADGED

  • DEGASPORTRAITS IN AN OFFICE

  • 20TH CENTURYFAUVISMEXPRESSIONISMCUBISMPOP ARTPHOTOREALISM

  • MATISSEFAUVISTMme MATISSETHE RED MADRASHEADRESS

  • SCHIELEEXPRESSIONISTSELF PORTRAIT WITH BLACK VASE

  • KATHEKOLLWITZSELF PORTRAIT AT THE TABLE

    ETCHING

  • Oskar KokoschkaSelf-portrait of a "Degenerate Artist"

  • Francis Bacon Portrait of Michel Leris, 1976

  • Edvard MunchThe Scream

  • Ernst Ludwig KirchnerTwo Women in the Street1914

  • ROUALT

  • PICASSOFACINGDEATHCUBISM

  • POP

    ARTHOCKNEY

  • Andy Warhol Pop Art

  • Chuck ClosePhoto-RealismLeslie. 1973Photorealism

  • C H U C K C L O S E

  • Chuck ClosePhoto-RealismSelf Portrait. 1991I paint heads because heads matter to everybody. If you paint a face big enough, its hard to ignore.

    My real subjects are not people, I paint portraits of photographs

    If you make something new and personal, it may not look like art at all.

  • April 1991

  • Elizabeth 1989C

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  • Lucas 1991

  • Roy II

  • Self portraits

  • Jenny Saville

    Pre-Raphaelites battled against frivolous artFelt only genuine ideas should be expressedSelf Portrait at the TableArtist: Kthe KollwitzNationality: GermanArtist Dates: 1867-1945Date: 1893Object Type: printMedium: etching and aquatintSubjects: seated figure, female, self-portrait, table, pencil, lampHolding Institution: The University of Michigan Museum of ArtAccession No.: 1954/2.10 Credit Line: Gift of Edwin M. Otterbourg, 1954

    Image Source: The University of Michigan Museum of ArtImage Accession No.: PCD5010-1611-0921-76

    Images often show the gauntness in life. Social concerns

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