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W elcome to the world of Impressionism Art
Tutorial Objectives The learner will successfully identify the Elements and Principles of Design. The learner will be able identify characteristics of Impressionism Art. The learner be able to identify works of art and artist from the subcategorizes of Impressionism Art. The learner will understand the influence of the Impressionism Art in history. Move forward to the Home slide to begin tutorial tutorial Turn music off
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Tutorial Home Elements and Principles of Design Elements and Principles of Design Elements and Principles of Design Overview of Impressionism Art Movement Overview of Impressionism Art Movement French Impressionism French ImpressionismFrench ImpressionismFrench Impressionism American Impressionism American Impressionism American Impressionism Post Impressionism Post Impressionism Post Impressionism Turn music off Select the links below to navigate through the tutorial
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Introduction to Impressionism Art French Impressionism American Impressionism Post- Impressionism Impressionism art and artists are divided up into three categorizes based on there location and time frame. The Impressionism art movement began in France in 1870’s. Impressionism is the most identifiable and successful art movement ever. Turn music off
Where did the Impressionism painters chose to create their art work? A. Churches B. Castles C. Out of the studio D. Mountains
Hint: Were all the paintings from the Impressionism movement painted in one location?
What does the French expression “en plein air” mean? A. In the sky B. In the open air C. Open D. All of the above
Hint: “Plein” means open in French
The painting technique of placing colors side by side with little mixing? A. Secondary Colors B. Optical Mixing C. Impasto D. Realism
Hint: This method of painting creates an optical illusion
The technique of applying paint in short, thick strokes, to quickly capture the essence of the subject? A. Fresco B. Plaster C. Contemporary D. Impasto
Hint: Fresco is painting on plaster
French Impressionism Claude Monet Edouard Manet Edgar Degas Auguste Renoir Select the links to read information about French Impressionism.
Which French Impressionism artist is famous for art work of ballet dancers? A.Claude MonetClaude Monet B.Paul CezannePaul Cezanne C.Auguste RenoirAuguste Renoir D.Edgar DegasEdgar Degas
Hint: Monet was one of the founders of the Impressionism movement and Renoir was known for his Impressionism portraits.
Select the box below to discover about Edgar Degas. Tour of Degas’ work at the National Museum in Washington D.C Edgar Degas-The Greens Dancers
Select the box below to discover about Edouard Manet. Manet Astrology Game Edouard Manet- A Bar at the Folies-Bergeres
Which French Impressionism artist helped name the Impressionism movement with his Impression Sunrise painting? A. Mary CassattMary Cassatt B. Vincent Van GoghVincent Van Gogh C. Claude Monet. Claude Monet D. Paul CezannePaul Cezanne
Hint: This artist was also known for his garden paintings.
Select the box below to watch a virtual tour of Claude Monet’s art work. Monet’s Virtual Tour Claude Monet, Impression, Sunrise 1872
Monet’s Gardens Not only was Monet one of the leading artist in the Impressionism movement but he was also a wonderful gardener. He had a magnificent gardens in Giverny, France. The gardens were often used as the subject for many of his works. Select the link below to view a tour of Monet’s gardens that still exists today. Claude Monet “Le Bassin aux Nympheas” 1899
Renoir's Virtual Tour Select the box below to watch a virtual tour of Auguste Renoir’s art work. Auguste Renoir - Luncheon of the Boating Party 1881
American Impressionism Mary Cassatt Lilla Cabot Perry Select the links to read information about American Impressionism.
American Impression at the Smithsonian A Glance of American Impressionism Mary Cassatt video Lilla Cabot Perry video Mary Cassatt- The Child’s Bath 1893 Select the links below to learn more about the American impressionist
Which American Impressionism painter’s family cared for wounded soldiers and helped protect runaway slaves? A. Lilla Cabot Perry B. Claude Monet C. Vincent Van Gogh D. Henri Rousseau
Hint: She was an American and female
What type of painting did Mary Cassatt become famous for? A. Nudes B. Café life C. Mother and Child D. Landscapes
Hint: The majority of Cassatt's work was on this subject but she never had any of her own.
Which American Impressionism artist was close friends and mentor to Mary Cassatt? A. Winslow Homer B. Auguste Renoir C. Pablo Picasso D. Edgar Degas
Hint: Painting mainly dancers and horseracing
Post-Impressionism George Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Paul Cezanne Henri Rousseau Paul Gauguin Select the links to read information about Post-Impressionism.
Which post-impressionism artist joined the navy, worked on the construction of the Panama Canal, and worked as a stockbroker? A. Paul Gauguin B. Vincent Van Gogh C. Lilla Cabot Perry D. Paul Cezanne
Hint: His first name is Paul
Which post-impressionist formed a bridge between the late 19 th century Post-Impressionism and early 20 th century Cubism? A. Auguste Renoir B. Mary Cassatt C. Paul Cezanne D. Claude Monet
Hint: Monet was one of the founders of Impressionism
Vincent Van Gogh was a pastor and preached the gospel. During his life he suffered from many episodes of depression and mental illness. Van Gogh died due to a self-inflicted gun shot. A.TrueTrue B. FalseFalse
Who’s flat and childish style of Post- Impressionism painting received negative criticism from art critics? A. Henri Rousseau B. Mary Cassatt C. Pablo Picasso D. Vincent Van Gogh
Hint: This painter is French and often painted jungles and animal scenes
Which two post-impressionism artist had a volatile friendship? A. Monet and Seurat B. Van Gogh and Gauguin C. Klimt and Picasso D. Cassatt and Butler
Hint: Both artist were males, and they spent nine weeks together in Arles, painting
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