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Who is the Artist? Dufy, Gauguin, Matisse and Who is the Artist? Lichtenstein, Thiebaud, Warhol.



Who Is the Artist? Dufy Du·fy   , Raoul 1877-1953.

French painter noted for his brightly colored scenes of racing and the seaside and for the panel La Fée Électricité (1937).

Noun 1.
, Gauguin Gau·guin   , (Eugène Henri) Paul 1848-1903.

French artist whose paintings are characterized by simplified forms and brilliant colors and are partially responsible for the significance of primitivism in modern art.

Noun 1.
, Matisse and Who Is the Artist? Lichtenstein, Thiebaud, Warhof. Kay Alexander Kay Alexander is a British regional television newsreader, appearing on BBC Midlands Today.

Alexander is originally from Surrey but read English in the Midlands at the University of Birmingham.
, Glenview, IL: Crystal Productions (800-255-8629), 2003. VHS (Video Home System) A half-inch, analog videocassette recorder (VCR) format introduced by JVC in 1976 to compete with Sony's Betamax, introduced a year earlier.  format. 25 minutes. $29.95 each.

Each of these two videos introduces twenty-four masterworks of three prominent artists. After viewers are introduced to each of the artists' works, including many details of each, they are shown other works by the same artists and asked to identify "who is the artist?" The focus is on recognizing styles and techniques and the subject matter that dominates each artist's work.

Highly recommended for ages nine and up, these videos are inquiry-based and ask viewers to interact with the images as they are presented.
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Date:Oct 1, 2004
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