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OTHER 19 th -Century ARTISTS Edvard Munch Norweigian painter whose loose brushstrokes and disturbing colors became a forerunner to Expressionism… “The Scream”, John Singer Sargent Late 19 th Cent. Portrait artist known for loose, ‘painterly’ brushstrokes, “Madame X”, Winslow Homer American painter, famous for his watercolor seascapes, “The Gulf Stream”, Thomas Eakins Portrait painter heavily influenced by Velazquez and tenebrism. “The Gross Clinic”, Henry O. Tanner Student of Eakins; 1 st black American painter to reach international acclaim; Genre scenes where the poor is painted with dignity. “The Banjo Lesson” 1893, “The Thankful Poor”, 1894.
Edvard Munch The Scream Oil and pastel on cardboard “The camera cannot compete with the brush and the palette so long as it cannot be used in heaven or hell…" Edvard Munch
Edvard Munch, The Dance of Life,
Edvard Munch The Dead Mother
Edvard Munch, Anxiety, 1894.
John Singer Sargent Lived from Most successful portrait painter of his time Painted almost 900 oil paintings and 2000 watercolors in the bulk of his career Born to American parents in Florence, Italy; Studied at the Salon in France; eventually moved to London Self-Portrait, 1907.
Sargent, Madame X, Madame X was a socialite and wife of wealthy Pierre Gautreau. Viewers were shocked at the first exhibition of this piece as Sargent painted her right strap falling off the shoulder, considered to be very suggestive at the time.
Sargent, Mr. and Mrs. I.N. Phelps-Stokes, 1897.
Portrait of Sargent in Studio, 1884.
Sargent, Claude Monet at the edge of a Wood, 1887.
Sargent, Daughters of Edward D. Boit, 1882.
John Singer Sargent, Lady Agnew of Lochnaw
John Singer Sargent, Two Girls Fishing, (Cincinnati Art Museum)
Winslow Homer Lived from American Landscape / Seascape Painter Started doing illustrations for Harper’s Weekly Magazine, who sent him to the Civil War to frontlines to sketch and paint scenes Eventually switched to watercolor Best known for his seascapes while living in Prout’s Neck, Maine
John Singleton Copley, Watson and the Shark, 1778.
James Whistler, At The Piano,
James Whistler, Arrangement in Gray and Black (‘Whistler’s Mother’), 1871.
Thomas Eakins Self-Portrait 1902.
Thomas Eakins The Gross Clinic 1875.
Thomas Eakins, The Agnew Clinic, 1889.
Thomas Eakins Between Rounds
Henry O. Tanner Henry Osawa Tanner was an African-American artist who studied under Thomas Eakins at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. When Tanner moved to Paris, he was inspired by the works of the Realists and early Impressionists. This loose style is seen in his work.