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Toward the Modern Consciousness13-4
Modernity Rebellion against traditional
Literature Naturalist style Symbolist writers RealisticAddress social problems Henrik Ibsen and Emile Zola Symbolist writers External world = symbols of the human mind Not criticize or understand society
Painting Impressionism 1870s FranceReject traditional indoors outside/nature Claude Monet Light, water, sky Pierre-Auguste Renoir Berthe Morisot
Monet Impression Sunrise
Pierre Auguste Renoir Porträt Claude Monet
Renoir The Theater Box
Renoir Dance in the City
Painting (con’t) Postimpressionism 1880s France Paul CezanneVincent van Gogh Color and structure to express mood Paint feelings
Van Gogh Self Portrait with Straw Hat
Van Gogh Vase with 12 Sunflowers
Van Gogh, Starry Night
Van Gogh, The Church at Auvers-sur-Oise
Van Gogh, self portrait
Painting (con’t) Decline in realistic painting (1900s)Photography (1830s) George Eastman—Kodak 1888 Individual expression Avoid “visual reality” Pablo Picasso (1905) Cubism Geometric designs Human form from many sides Einstein relativity
Picasso Portrait of Igor Stravinsky
Picasso, Dora Maar au Chat
Picasso, Massacre in Korea
Picasso, The Three Musicians
Painting (con’t) Abstract 1910 Wassily KandinskyArt should speak directly to soul Only line and color
Kandinsky, Munich-Schwabing with the Church of St. Ursula
Kandinsky, Landscape With Two Poplars
Kandinsky, Composition X
Architecture Functionalism Urban growth Louis H. SullivanReinforced concrete, steel frames, electric elevators = skyscrapers Frank Lloyd Wright Geometric lines Overhanging roofs
Sullivan, Carson Prarie Scott Store (Chicago)
Sullivan, Prudential Building (NYC)
Wright, Nathan G. Moore House (Illinois)
Wright, Robbie House (University of Chicago)
Wright, Falling Water in West Orange (Pennsylvania)
Music Igor Stravinsky Expressive sounds Bold rhythmsThe Rite of Spring Paris 1913 Near riot
Stravinsky costume design for The Firebird
SEVENTH GRADE VISUAL ARTS
Bellringer What is ministerial responsibility? What country did Otto von Bismarck lead? What crisis will ultimately lead to World War I?
Impact of War on Art and Science
Paronyan Ani Englis.
19 th century: Modernism and Impressionism Vocabulary Bourgeois Salon Salon des Refusés Flanneur Courtesan La Tache Impasto En pleine aire Haussmanization.
Modern Art and Architecture,
Famous French Artists Bon Voyage: Deuxième Niveau Chapitre 1.
Philosophy & Arts of the 19 th Century Thinking, Thinking about Thinking, and Reacting to Thinking.
AP EURO Seminar Christian Cuyugan Per
Impressionism Attempt to catch the overall feeling or impression of LIGHT falling on a real life scene Pissaro, Monet, Renoir.
Impressionism –late 1880s Interested in capturing the quality of light Harmonious colors Choppy and visible brush strokes Two Examples of Major Artists:
Early Modern Art. Themes in Early Modern Art 1.Uncertainty/insecurity. 2.Disillusionment. 3.The subconscious. 4.Overt sexuality. 5.Violence & savagery.
Famous Artists Seurat Van Gogh PicassoMonet Rembrandt Da Vinci.
Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
Modern Art Click an image to learn more about that style of painting.
Post-Impressionism Chapter 20, Part 3/3 Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation March 19, 2013.
Post-Impressionism is a whole a term coined by the British artist and art critic Roger Fry in 1914, to describe the development of European art since Monet.
Chapter Thirteen Examples Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Art timeline images for study and discussion.
Impressionism & Modern Art Bakke. Impressionism Began w/ Paris School Characteristics: – 1) instead of portraying religious, mythological, and historical.
Impressionism- 19 th century art movement Word is from “Sunrise” Originated in Paris Used large brush strokes Focused on the effects of the change in time.
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