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THE ARTS OF THE GILDED AGE Mr. JohnsonAPUSH
The Gilded Age Mark Twain
The Gilded Age
I. Poets & Writers
Walt Whitman Democratic Vistas Democratic Vistas Leaves of Grass O Captain, My Captain O Captain, My Captain I Sing the Body Electric I Sing the Body Electric Song of Myself
Stephen Crane Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Maggie: A Girl of the Streets Naturalism Women, slum life The Red Badge of Courage The Red Badge of Courage Civil War
Edward Bellamy Looking Backward Looking Backward Utopian socialism
William Dean Howells The Rise of Silas Lapham The Rise of Silas Lapham Rags to riches Materialism vs. morality
Mark Twain The Gilded Age Economics & politics The Mysterious Stranger Religious satire Anti-Imperialist League U.S. foreign policy Huck Finn/Tom Sawyer Popular works
II. Visual Artists
John Singer Sargent
A Dinner Table at Night
A Street in Venice
James McNeill Whistler
Arrangement in Grey & Black No. 1
Margot in Blue
The Red Canoe
Albert Pinkham Ryder
Siegfried and the Rhine Maidens
The Dead Bird
Death on a Pale Horse
III. The Ashcan School
The Cliff Dwellers
A Stag at Sharkey’s
Both Members of This Club
John French Sloan
IV. Victorian Homes
Queen Victoria Queen of England Opulence Public morality
Saitta House Brooklyn, NY
Steinbeck House, Salinas, CA
Carson Mansion, Eureka, CA
Physick Estate, Cape May, NJ
Winchester “Mystery” House, San Jose, CA
Winchester “Mystery” House
Richard Morris Hunt
Vanderbilt House, Newport, RI
Marquand Chapel, New Haven, CT
Henry Hobson Richardson
State Asylum, Buffalo, NY
Trinity Church, Boston, MA
People’s Federal S&L, Sidney, OH
Jewel Box, Grinnell, Iowa
Wainwright Building, Chicago, IL
Transportation Building, Chicago, IL
AMERICAN ART VISIONS PRESENTATION 2 by Dr. David Ludley.
GILDED AGE CULTURE Unit VIC AP United States History.
Conservative in style, they were revolutionary in content. Departure from the staid portraitures and genteel landscapes of the late 19c. The intent.
American Art Review. Self Portrait Jacob Lawrence HR.
Art of The Gilded Age Late 19 th Century American Art American Studies William Fremd High School Mr. Anderson Mr. Palmer Mr. Schaefer Ms. MarshMr. Mc Cusker.
19 th Century Architecture -revivalism- R M Hunt Louis Sullivan Henry Hobson Richardson John Nash.
Cultural and Intellectual Movements. Realism and Naturalism Mark Twain The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn ● “It was a close place. I took... up [the letter.
American History Immigration Europeans Plenty of jobs Few immigration laws Avoid forced military service Religious persecution Chance to move.
The Victorian Age Realism and Naturalism The Victorian Age encompasses the rise of two major literary movements: Realism and Naturalism. These.
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Public Education and American Culture. Chapter 21, Section 4 Public Education and American Culture How did public education grow after the Civil War?
Art of The Gilded Age Late 19 th Century American Art Adapted from materials made by Mr. Anderson and Mr. Palmer.
Art of The Gilded Age Late 19 th Century American Art American Studies, William Fremd High School Mrs. Olsen, Mr. Palmer Mr. Schaefer Ms. MarshMr. McCusker.
Architecture in the Gilded Age. Gilded Age Architecture: Tale of Two Cities New York and Frederic Law Olmstead VS. Chicago and Louis Sullivan, DH Burnam.
American Realism Music-
Paintings of the Gilded Age: Winslow Homer James Whistler John Singer Sargent Mary Cassatt.
Chapter 7 The Era of Realism and Naturalism from An Outline of American Literature by Peter B. High.
Chapter 21, Lesson 3 Changing Culture. Education Mandatory school in most states by 1914 Public High Schools: , 12, Mostly girls (boys.
Begin $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 The 3-R’s CulturamaLit.ReligionChangeUrbane.
Art of the Progressive Era. How the Other Half Lives: Bandit’s Roost Jacob Riis 1888.
Consequences of Urbanization. Growth in Population 1860: No cities over 1,000, : Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York over 1M. Why the Sudden boom.
Warm Up: (5 min) Which of these paintings do you think better embodies the feeling of early 2oth century America? Why?
Periods and Writers in American Literature 16 th -20 th Centuries.
America Moves to the City US Population doubled between 1870 & million Americans, 40% living in cities New York, Philadelphia, Chicago all had.
American Art And Architecture d_hurs.htmhttp://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/hurs/h d_hurs.htm
Chapter 21, Section 4: Public Education & American Culture Main Idea: The growth of public education was closely linked to other changes in American culture.
American Realism Late 19th and Early 20th Century Painting.
RISE OF THE CITIES IMMIGRATION Population in million Population in million “New immigration” Late 1880s Southern & Eastern.
Introduction American Literature. Brief Introduction of the American Literature History The Colonial Period (1607-End of the 18th C) The Romantic Period.
Societal Change During the Progressive Era. Women’s Suffrage Movement Women had been fighting for more rights for nearly a century In the early 19.
Aim: How did society fix the abuses of big business? Do Now Read pages Turn in your Homework Look at the HW Board for the assignment.
Realism 2 nd Half of 19 th century Precise imitation of visual perception Only paint what they could see or feel was real.
AP English I Shelley Kratzer, Deanna Rousseau, Shanna Desrochers, Victoria Podsiadlo Kayla Ingram, Jackie Purcell American Realism
American Regionalism, Realism, and Naturalism (ish)
Chapter 21, Section 4 Public Education and American Culture How did public education grow after the Civil War? How did newspapers, magazines, and dime.
Edward Hopper realist painter and illustrator ( )
U.S. History AP Ch. 25 Pgs The Hallowed Halls of Ivy Colleges and universities sprouted after the Civil War, and colleges for women, such as.
신성 식 조양 진 백승 운. 1. Backgroud 2. Comparison 3. Vocabularies 4. Summary 5. Authors & Works.
Introduction to Realism/Naturalism/Determinism The Rise of Realism:
~Lake Oswego Art Literacy~ James McNeill Whistler ( ) American Painter & Etcher Arrangement in Grey, Portrait of the Painter 1872, oil on canvas,
Unit 6 Ch.18. Old Immigrants From northern and western Europe Protestant, English-speaking, highly skilled New Immigrants From eastern and southern Europe.
Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion American Literature Division, Reconciliation, and Expansion American Literature
Cultural Issues Domestic. More leisure time due to: Chain stores: A&P 1870’s, Woolworths, Sears Catalogue Chain stores: A&P 1870’s, Woolworths,
The Realism War James, Twain, and Howells Nineteenth-century Definitions of Romance Romance focuses “upon the extraordinary, the mysterious, the imaginary.”
Realism, Regionalism, and Naturalism Realism Ordinary people doing things in ordinary places, a slice of life Moral dilemmas Dominant during the 1870’s.
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