Presentation on theme: "Impressionism Before, During and After."— Presentation transcript:
1Impressionism Before, During and After. This presentation was created by Joe LanniImpressionismBefore, During and After.I am Mr. Lanni, Art Teacher and your tour guide. I will lead you through this presentation which highlights a few artists from this period.Each slide contains a link for more information.
2This presentation was created by Joe Lanni French PaintingThe only respected art during the 1700s and early 1800s were realistic paintings of Classical Roman Scenes, Religious Scenes or History paintings.The painting on the left is by French artist Jaques Louis DavidThis painting shows 3 Roman soldiers leaving their father to go off and fightThe painting on the right by French artist Ernest Messioner shows Napolean leaving battle
3This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Paris, France in the Mid 1800sMany people left their farms to move to Paris for work, making it a bustling city of 2 million people.Cafes began opening all over ParisThe Moulin Rouge Cabaret show became popularPhotography was introduced to the public in Paris in 1839In 1840 the invention of oil paints in metal tubes allowed artists to work outdoorsI am a Photograph from Paris, France 1841.
4This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Edouard ManetMy girlfriend & I were painted with broad brushstrokesManet painted scenes of people like us from everyday Paris lifeEdouard Manet is considered the artist who paved the way for the ImpressionistsHe took his supplies to cafes & painted people like meManet started cropping images in his paintings similar to those in the recently invented photograph
5Beginning of Impressionism This presentation was created by Joe LanniBeginning of ImpressionismThe Impressionists were a group of Artists in Paris France in the late 1800’sThis painting is called Impression Sunrise by Claude Monet.The Impressionistsgot the name of their group from this painting.Impressionists were inspired by Manet’s Modern pictures and broad brushstrokesThey often painted outside and were most concerned with painting the effects of lightThey exhibited on their own because they were rejected from the main Paris exhibit called the Salon
6This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Claude MonetMonet is one of the most popular ImpressionistsHe was known for painting the same subject at different times of day to capture the different effects of lightThe painting on the left is Rouen Cathedral in Full LightThe painting on the right is the same building painted with different colors to reflect the time of day
7This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Camille PissaroThis painting is called Boulevard Montmartre in the WinterPissaro painted his surroundings and loved capturing the effects of light in the Impressionist styleHe was older than the other artists and they looked up to him as a father figure
8Pierre-Auguste Renoir This presentation was created by Joe LanniPierre-Auguste RenoirRenoir painted many pictures of women using soft colorsHe is quoted saying to his art dealer, “I want to paint stunning pictures that you can sell for very high prices”
9This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Mary CassattThis painting is called Children on The Beach and was painted in 1884Mary was an American who lived in ParisShe loved to paint pictures of woman and childrenShe exhibited with the ImpressionistsThe Impressionists were thought to be radical for letting women paint with them. Most women did not work in the 1800’s
10This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Post ImpressionismPost Impressionism began in the 1880’sThe artists were influenced by the ImpressionistsThe Post Impressionists often used brighter colors and showed more emotion in their work
11This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Vincent Van GoghThis presentation was created by Joe LanniI painted all the time but never sold anything.My brother Theo supported me so I could continue painting. I had a close relationship with my brother.The painting on the left is called Starry NightVince tried to show motion in the sky rather than an actual sceneHe also tried to show the bright stars at nightVan Gogh was a very depressed man. He does not look too happy in the self portrait above
12This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Vincent Van GoghThis presentation was created by Joe LanniPoor Van Gogh went insaneYes, Van Gogh cut part of his own ear offWhy you ask? Van Gogh was mentally illThis is a Self Portrait afterwardsHe was put in an insane asylumWhile in the asylum he kept paintingHe painted pictures of the doctors, nurses and the hospital itselfAbove is a picture of the hospital corridor and to the right is a picture of trees on the hospital groundsEventually Van Gogh killed himself
13This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Paul CezanneHe is famous for saying, “I will astonish all of Paris with an apple”.Cezanne painted with the Impressionists and continued to paint many paintings after them as a Post ImpressionistHe produced still life and landscape paintings using simple geometric shapes
14This presentation was created by Joe Lanni Georges SeuratSeurat was inspired by the way the Impressionists placed unmixed paint on the canvasHe was also interested in science and color theoryHe applied paint as little dots of colorPainting with dots of paint is called pointillismThe picture looks blurry up close and becomes clear from a distanceMagazines are printed using this same scienceIf you look at a magazine under a magnifying glass you will see little dots of color
15Impressionism Before, During and After. This presentation was created by Joe LanniImpressionismBefore, During and After.That concludes this presentation on the Impressionism and Post Impressionism. Check out the links on each slide to learn more about these artists and many others who worked during this period.
16The end of 19th Century French Art This presentation was created by Joe LanniThe end of 19th Century French ArtPost Impressionism. (2007). Timeline of Art History. Retrieved November 25, 2007, from Metropolitan Museum of Art Web site:Museum of Modern Art. (2007). Pierre-Auguste Renoir. In The Collection. Retrieved November 25, 2007, fromCrowther, J. (2007). Impressionism: More Than Meets The Eye. Retrieved November 25, 2007, from Artist-Perspectives.com Web site:Impressionism. (2007). Retrieved November 25, 2007, from Artlex Web site:19th Century Photography. (2007). Retrieved November 25, 2007, from phototree Web site: http://www.phototree.com/history.htmArt Gallery. (2007). Retrieved November 25, 2007, from The Worldwide Art gallery Web site: http://www.theartgallery.com.au/kidsart.htmlMusic is Les Jours Tristes (Instrumental) from the Amelie Soundtrack