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Manet: Petit Dejeuner sur les Herbes (1862-63
Manet: Olympia (1863)
Manet: The Execution of the Emperor Maximilian (1867-68)
Monet: Impression: Sunrise (1873)
Monet: The Train in the Snow (1875)
Monet: Gare Ste. Lazare (1877)
Monet: Rouen Cathedral (1893-94)
Monet: Water Lilies (Giverny, 1916-19)
Manet: The Bar at the Folies Bergere (1882)
Renoir: Girl with a Watering Can (1876)
Renoir: After the Bath (1888)
Renoir: La Moulin de la Galette (1876)
Degas: New Orleans Cotton Office (1873)
Degas: The Races: Before the Start (1873)
Degas: The Dancing Examination (1874)
Cassatt: The Cup of Tea (1879)
Cassatt: The Bath (1893)
Morisot: Girl in a Boat with Geese (1887)
IMPRESSIONISM. TIME PERIOD 1872 – 1880s KEY IDEAS Art of industrialized, urbanized Paris. Artists focused on a single moment and tried to create an.
Gustave Courbet, After Dinner at Ornans, 1849 ****
Impressionis m “To depict visual sensations as experienced at a certain time and place” -- Impressionist Group Credo.
19th century: Modernism and Impressionism Vocabulary
Impressionism st Artistic movement since renaissance Immediate visual through color and light –Colors change based on light Portrayed a slice.
Claude Monet, Impression, Sunrise, 1872
Art Expo Impressionism. Cassett La Toilette, c.1891.
Courbet, Bonjour M. Courbet or The Meeting, 1854.
Impressionism. “Impression Sunrise” – Claude Monet 1873.
Claude Monet, Impression, Sunrise, 1872 ***. The Franco-Prussian War, was a war in lost by France to the German states under the leadership.
Claude Monet “Impression: Sunrise” 1873 Oil on canvas.
IMPRESSIONISM. Édouard Manet The Fifer 1866 oil on canvas 160 x 97 cm.
Realism A reaction to Romanticism. Not escapist. No idealization or sensationalism of subjects. It’s got a “hard edge.” 19th Century Representation.
The Rise of Modernism: The Later Nineteenth Century Chapter 29 Gardners 11th ed.
Early Impressionism History The Academy (Salon) rules French art 1863, rejects Manet’s “Luncheon on the Grass,” as well as 3,000 of 5,000 paintings.
Edouard Manet Boating Impressionism Paul Gaugain Tahitian Women on the Beach Post-Impressionism.
Impressionism Commitment to represent modern life Make a break from traditional art, avant garde Make it expressive, markings of how it was made Painted.
19 th century: Modernism and Impressionism Vocabulary Bourgeois Salon Salon des Refusés Flanneur Courtesan La Tache Impasto En pleine aire Haussmanization.
MERELY AN IMPRINT, NOT A PAINTING! HOW VULGAR. IMPRESSIONISM.
Chapter 21 The Modern World:
Impressionism In art, what can that possibly mean?
Pierre-Auguste Renoir Mademoiselle Romain Lacaux
CLAUDE MONET founder of f French impressionist painting most famous painting “ Sunrise ” Monet rejected the traditional approach to landscape painting.
. Impressionism. Light was important to the Impressionists. They wanted to capture the moment. Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet Impressionism.
IMPRESSIONISM. Monet Monet, Impression, Sunrise, 1872, Oil on canvas.
Impressionism 1860’s – 1880’s Humanities Adkins. History/Background 1860’s-1880’s Centered in France Reaction to the restrictions of the art that was.
Impressionism Have you seen these paintings? Or these?
L’Impressionnisme Et le Post-Impressionnisme. Titre:Chambre à Arles Artiste:Vincent Van Gogh.
Chapter 31 Europe and America Monet, Impression: Sunrise, 1872.
Impressionism Located mainly in France.
Impressionism (1860’s-1880’s) History/Background Centered in __________ Reaction to the restrictions of the art that was popular at that time The name.
Edouard Manet The Fifer, Edouard Manet The Dead Toreador, 1864.
The Impressionists: Frederic Bazille Alfred Sisley Camille Pissarro
Impressionist & Post-Impressionist Painters
IMPRESSIONISM Artists working outside of official Salon, called the “______________________” st group show Term 1 st used in negative.
Chapter Thirteen Examples Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Art timeline images for study and discussion.
The -Isms Continue: Realism and Impressionism
Poussin, Arcadian Shepherds, c Poussin, Dance of Human Life, c
Impressionism: the New Painting Art History September 13, 2007 Grade 12 Visual Arts Ms LeRoy.
Impressionism & Claude Monet. Impressionism Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement that originated with a group of Paris-based artists. The name.
L’Impressionisme 19e siècle.
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
Trials of Modernity: Nineteenth-Century Precursors of Modernism Realism Gustave Flaubert, Madame Bovary (1857) and Sentimental Education (1869) Gustave.
Impressionism: history Inspired by Edouard Manet Rebelled against French art establishment Movement received name at 1874 art exhibition.
Impressionism a short 12 year run Against paintings that carried any moral message Based on immediacy of expression Focused on surface effects.
#1 -Constable, John -“A View on the Stour” Oil on paper laid on canvas -Describe (19th Century English Landscape Painter)
Realism and Impressionism. Realism Gustave Courbet The Stone Breakers 1849 oil on canvas 5 ft. 3 in. x 8 ft. 6 in.
Boucher; David Oath. Courbet Monet Boul des Capucines; Manet View of 1867.
Impressionism, Pointillism, Post-Impressionism Mrs. Geis’ favorite!!
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