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Slide Identification Study PPT. Be able to recall at least the artist’s name & the painting style/period.
“Death of Socrates” by David (France) in 1787 (Metropolitan NY) Style: Neo-Classical
Death of Marat by Jacques David 1793 Style: Neo-Classical
Jupiter & Thetis M. Breton Mme Moitessier “I am thus a conservator of good doctrine, and not an innovator.” Ingres Auguste Ingres Style: Neo-Classical
The Grand Odalisque 1814 (Ingres: master of surface texture) Ingres (again) style: Neo-Classical
Theodore Gericault (French) Raft of the Medusa 1818 Style: Romantic
Sleep of Reason Brings Forth Monsters “…reason must govern the imagination, it must be watchful, otherwise the forces of darkness, will be unleashed on humanity…” Artist: Francisco Goya (Spanish) Style: Romantic
Their faces cry out to us in fear and anguish of what is going to happen. They kneel in pray hoping that God will save them from this fate. The French soldiers, nay executioners, have their backs to us, uncaring and unconcerned about who watches them. We are the silent witnesses to this crime against Spain's people. Everyone who was in Madrid on that day and still live can recall with horror the sound of gunfire that repeated all day long and well into the night. Not the sound of random shots fired at the French, no these shots were very precise and orderly. The sounds rained down from Principle Pio hill. Goya's painting once again makes me hear the shots ringing out. I find it a little disturbing that a man who can not hear should be able to make one remember the sounds of gunfire from that fatal day. The Third of May 1808 Artist: Francisco Goya (Spanish) Style: Romantic
The Stone Breakers by Courbet 1840 (French) Style: Realism
Artist: Honore Daumier Style: Realism Rue Transnonain, April 14 1834 Rue Transnonain was created in response to the massacre of 19 people - including women and children - by the French National Guard in response to the strike of silk weavers in Lyon, on April 14, 1834.
Impression Sunrise by Claude Monet 1872 (French) Style: Impressionism