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Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
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Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Upheaval
Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Upheaval
Social
Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Upheaval
Social
Poverty
Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Upheaval
Social
Poverty
Morality
Upheaval Morality Eye Social Poverty
The __________ of the early twentieth century spurred
artists such as Ben
Shahn and Pablo Picasso to create works that made strong
__________ and
political statements about injustices of the day, including
__________, war,
labor issues, and political corruption. The artists wanted their
works to
appeal to the viewer’s sense of __________, rather than to
the __________.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Upheaval
Social
Poverty
Morality
Eye
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
dreams
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
dreams
Miro
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
dreams
Miro
Flat
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
dreams
Miro
Flat
Dali
Dali Flat Miro Precisedetails dreams
Surrealist artists, including Joan Miro and Salvador Dali,
drew upon __________
and imagination in their paintings. __________ used
__________, amoeba-like
shapes and curving lines in his works. __________ used
smooth brushwork and
__________ to make his bizarre scenes look real.
Word Bank
Fill-In-The-Blanks
dreams
Miro
Flat
Dali
Precisedetails
Multiple Choice
1. In Guernica, how did Pablo Picasso emphasize the horror of war?
a. by using realistic details
b. by incorporating cultural images and symbols
c. by using distorted and fragmented shapes
d. by arranging the most important figures within a circle
Multiple Choice
1. In Guernica, how did Pablo Picasso emphasize the horror of war?
a. by using realistic details
b. by incorporating cultural images and symbols
c. by using distorted and fragmented shapes
d. by arranging the most important figures within a circle
Multiple Choice
2. Which statement best describes characteristics of Regionalism in Grant Wood’s
American Gothic?
a. Wood painted his subjects in a style called Photorealism.
b. Wood chose a somber palette to convey the depressing life of
Midwestern farmers.
c. Wood added humorous details to show his disdain for country
people.
d. Wood used realistic details and showed Midwestern values in the
hardworking farmers.
Multiple Choice
2. Which statement best describes characteristics of Regionalism in Grant Wood’s
American Gothic?
a. Wood painted his subjects in a style called Photorealism.
b. Wood chose a somber palette to convey the depressing life of
Midwestern farmers.
c. Wood added humorous details to show his disdain for country
people.
d. Wood used realistic details and showed Midwestern values in the
hardworking farmers.