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King Oliver
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"Working Man Blues"
New Orleans Jazz
The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
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"Tiger Rag"
Dixieland Jazz
Billie Holiday
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"Easy to Love"
Duke Ellington
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"Black Beauty"
Benny Goodman
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"Somebody Stole My Gal"
Swing
George Gershwin
(matching)
"Rhapsody in Blue"
Symphonic Jazz
The Carter Family
(matching)
"John Hardy"
Folk
Patsy Cline
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"Walkin' After Midnight"
Country
Bill Monroe
(matching)
"Blue Moon of Kentucky"
Bluegrass
Little Richard
(matching)
"Ready Teddy"
Elvis Presley
(matching)
"All Shook Up"
Joan Baez
(matching)
"Where Have All the Flowers Gone"
1960s Folk Revival
Bob Dylan
(matching)
"Subterranean Homesick Blues"
Max Weber
(art identification)
"Rush Hour, New York"
Cubism
John Marin
(art identification)
"Lower Manhattan"
Cubism
Georgia O'Keefe
(art identification)
"Ranchos Chapel"
"Great American Painting"
Joseph Stella
(art identification)
"Brooklyn Bridge"
"Battle of Lights, Coney Island"
Futurism
Charles Sheeler
(art identification)
"Classic Landscape"
Futurism
Marcel Duchamp
(art identification)
"Fountain" (Dadaism)
"Nude Descending a Staircase"
Thomas Hart Benton
(art identification)
"Arts of the West"
Regionalism
John Steuart Curry
(art identification)
"Tornado Over Kansas"
Regionalism
Grant Wood
(art identification)
"American Gothic"
"Stone City"
Regionalism
Maynard Dixon
(art identification)
"Forgotten Man"
Regionalism
Arshile Gorky
(art identification)
"The Liver is the Cock's Comb"
Surrealism
Jackson Pollock
(art identification)
"Autumn Rhythm"
Abstract Expressionism
William de Kooning
(art identification)
"Woman & Bicycle"
Abstract Expressionism
Franz Kline
(art identification)
"Caboose"
Geometric Expressionism
Robert Motherwell
(art identification)
"Elegy to the Spanish Republic XXXIV"
Colorfield Painting
Mark Rothko
(art identification)
"Number 10"
Colorfield Painting
Helen Frankenthaler
(art identification)
"The Bay"
"Small's Paradise"
Colorfield Painting
Norman Rockwell
(art identification)
"Four Freedoms"
Commercial/Popular Art
Robert Rauschenberg
(art identification)
"Estate"
"Bed"
Pop Art
Jasper Johns
(art identification)
"Flag"
Pop Art
Andy Warhol
(art identification)
"Marilyn Monroe"
"Coca Cola Bottles"
Pop Art
Roy Lichtenstein
(art identification)
"I Don't Care"
Pop Art
Ernest Hemingway
"Hills Like White Elephants"
American Modernist writer
quintessential modernist figure
expatriate, minimalist
T.S. Eliot
"The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock"
Modernist writer
Originally born American but expatriate who gained British citizenship
F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Great Gatsby author
lived through the Jazz Age
critic of the American Dream
Ansel Adams
"a straight photographer who belonged to the Western school; he specialized in images of Yosemite National Park"
(from study guide)
Horatio Alger
writer of cookie cutter novels in which lower class boys became wealthy through "luck and pluck"
part of the self-made man myth
Alfred Stieglitz
owner of The 291 Gallery (responsible for introducing lots of Modernist art to American audiences)
married to Georgia O'Keefe
part of the Photo-Secession group
initially an art photographer but later tried straight photography
"The Steerage" most famous photograph
Edward Steichen
art (pictorialist) photographer
tried social documentary photography later in his career
part of the Photo-Secessionist group
friend of Alfred Stieglitz
Jacob Riis
social documentary photographer
not necessarily sympathetic (kind of ambushed people to capture their pathetic lives)
developed the flash (allowed him to take pictures in formerly inaccessible places)
influential photoessay- How the Other Half Lives
Lewis Hine
social documentary photographer
shots were also aesthetically pleasing
muckraker (photos as tools for social reform)
Paul Strand
straight photographer with a modernist sensibility
student of Lewis Hine
able to actually make a living as a photographer
Dorothea Lange
straight, aesthetically sensitive photographer
hired by the government to document Depression era
controversial for posing shots
"Migrant Mother"
Walker Evans
straight photographer
hired to document Depression era
didn't get to know his subjects
Edward Weston
Western School photographer
cofounder of f64 group
famous for his photographs of nudes and vegetables
Hugh Ferriss
Neo-American (Modernist) style architect
Aztec-temple style skyscrapers (fit NY setback laws which required light to reach ground level)
Dr. Soper called him an "impractical visionary"
Frank Lloyd Wright
modernist architect with sensitivity to organic shapes and natural surroundings
pioneered Prairie Style buildings
Falling Water house with stream running through it
Buckminster Fuller
modernist architect with Utopian aspirations
geodesic domes
Orson Welles
creator of the modernist masterpiece "Citizen Kane"
took complete control of his movies
was previously a radio and Broadway star
Henrik Ibsen
considered the father of modern drama
Norwegian playwright
encouraged realism in theater
Eugene O'Neill
American playwright
believed in the sacred mission of modernist experimental theatre
Arthur Miller
social dramatist playwright
writer of Death of a Salesman
investigation of mainstream cultural values
mixture of modernism, social realism, and realism
Frederick Jackson Turner
American historian who proposed frontier thesis
1. frontier has made America exceptional
2. frontier is closing (need to find new frontiers) -> masculinity crisis
Robert Frank
American photographer
critic of American society & TIME Magazine
influenced by the countercultural movement
The Americans photoessay
Allen Ginsberg
Beat poet
mantra-like repetition
follower of Eastern religions
critic of society
Jack Kerouac
Beat writer
famous for his novel The Road
heavy drinker/partier
William Burroughs
influential Beat writer alongside Kerouac and Ginsberg
Martin Luther King, Jr.
civil rights activist
postmodern writer/speaker
bricolage/collage of multi-voiced ideas
Michael Herr
Postmodernist writer
piece in literature reader about war
Rolando Hinojosa-Smith
Postmodernist writer
Sometimes it Just Happens That Way, That's All
hybridity
fragmented memories
Clement Greenberg
influential art critic
promoted Abstract Expressionism
critic of Pop Art
Michael Graves
Postmodern architect
designed the Humana Building
Maya Lin
designed the Vietnam War Memorial