T: Now, look at the screen again, please. Is this painting in Cubist style? What
colours are used in it?
P1: The picture is painted in Cubist style. The artist has used mostly dull colours.
T: Do you know any art styles, in which bright colours are used?
P1; The artists of Surrealism style often used bright colours.
T: Look at the screen, please. You see two paintings. Are they of the same style?
P1; No, the art styles are different. Picture A refers to Cubism and picture B
refers to Surrealism style.
T: How do these styles differ? Look through the texts on p. 54-55 and find out.
4. Развитие навыков работы с текстом.
ex 5 p 54. Listen to the text and answer the questions.
1.When was Cubism popular? (from around the 1900s)
2.How did Cubism get its name? ( Cubism gets its name from the fact that artists
broke down people and objects into shapes such as rectangles, cylinders and cubes
to represent them in a new way).
3.Do you know any popular painters of this style? (Pablo Picasso, Georges
4. Do you know any Russian Cubist artists? (Some of the most outstanding
Cubist works came from the brush of Liubov Popova, and N.Udaltsova).
5. Do you know why that style was created? (The aim was to create a new
reality, the aspiration to find the expression of ‘essence of an object’.
6. Do you recognize this picture? Surely, it is Black Square by Kazimir
Malevich. Does his painting refer to Cubist style? – No, it belongs to
Suprematism (Russian: Супрематизм) Suprematism was an art movement,
focused on basic geometric forms, such as circles, squares, lines, and rectangles,
painted in a limited range of colors. It was founded by Kazimir Severinovich
Malevich in Russia, in 1915.
7. Do you know any popular painters of the Surrealist style? (Salvador Dali,
Rene Magritte, J. Warren, Parkes, Vladimir Kush)