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Post-Impressionism Chapter 20, Part 3/3 Rebekah Scoggins Art Appreciation March 19, 2013
Post-Impressionism Trend in painting starting about 1885 Came to feel that the Impressionists were neglecting too many of their traditional elements of picture making in their attempts to capture momentary sensations of light and color Did not share a singular style Much more interested in examining the properties and expressive qualities of line, pattern, form, and color. Some felt that Impressionism’s focus on sketchy immediacy had sacrificed solidity of form and composition. Others felt that Impressionism’s emphasis on the objective observation did not leave enough room for personal expression or spiritual content.
Georges Seurat. A Sunday on la Grande Jatte. 1884–1886. Post-Impressionism.
Seurat. A Sunday on la Grande Jatte (Detail). 1884–1886. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Cézanne. Still Life with Basket of Apples. 1895. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Cézanne. Mont Sainte-Victoire. 1902–1904. Post-Impressionism.
Vincent van Gogh. Self Portrait with Straw Hat. 1887. Post-Impressionism.
Vincent van Gogh. The Potato Eaters. 1885. Post-Impressionism.
Vincent van Gogh. Japonaiserie: Flowering Plum Tree. 1887 After Hiroshige. Post-Impressionism. Vincent van Gogh. Japonaiserie: The Bridge in the Rain. 1887 After Hiroshige. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Gauguin. The Vision After the Sermon. 1888. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Gauguin. Self Portrait Dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh (Les Misérables), 1888. Post-Impressionism. Paul Gauguin. Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers. 1888. Post-Impressionism. Van Gogh and Gauguin in Arles
Vincent Van Gogh. Vincent’s Chair. 1888. Post-Impressionism. Vincent Van Gogh. Gauguin’s Armchair. 1888. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Gauguin. Day of the God (Mahana no Atua). 1894. Post-Impressionism.
Paul Gauguin. Portrait of the Artist with the Idol. c. 1893. Post-Impressionism.
Edvard Munch. The Scream. 1893. Symbolism. Symbolism