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Paris 1889

  1. 1. PARIS 1884-89<br />Amna Alshamsi(ALSH4933)11/03/2010History of VisCom<br />Final Project: Jack and Jill’s time<br />
  2. 2. Quick Summary<br />In the times of my characters, Jack the designer and Jill the artist, the Universal Exposition of 1889 (Exposition Universelle de 1889) was taking place. It was a highly successful international exhibition and one of the few world's fairs to make a profit. Its central attraction was the 300 m high iron cast, Eiffel TowerbyGustave Eiffel. There were over 80 other structures on the Champ de Mars housed exhibits, including the1,452 foot long Galerie des Machines by Ferdinand Dutert. It attracted exhibits from Europe, the United States, and the French colonies. It was also a celebration of French achievements on the centennial of the French Revolution. There were many of the achievements in architecture, the fine arts, and new technology that were highlighted in the exhibition. They were also living through the Impressionism period. All of these had played a part their views, lives, and work.<br />
  3. 3. Exposition building<br />Paris Exposition Universelle<br />1889<br />GustaveEieffel<br />Eiffel Tower<br />1889<br />
  4. 4. Victor Cotamin(engineer) Charles-Louis-Ferdinand Dutret(architect)<br />Galeriedes Machines<br />1889 <br />Arab House <br />Printed illustration from Garnierand Ammann, L'Habitationhumaine<br />1889<br />
  5. 5. House of India<br />International Exhibition Paris 1889<br />typo gravure<br />Winslow Homer<br />The Life Line <br />1884<br />
  6. 6. Georges Seurat <br />A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte<br />1884-86<br />Georges Seurat<br />Final study for Chahut<br />1889<br />
  7. 7. Vincent van Gogh<br />The Potato Eaters <br />1885<br />Georges Seurat<br />Chahut<br />1889-90<br />
  8. 8. Vincent van Gogh<br />Self-Portrait in Grey Felt Hat<br />1887<br />Vincent Van Gogh <br />Portrait of PèreTanguy<br />1887-88<br />
  9. 9. Vincent Van Gogh <br />Self-Portrait in a Straw Hat <br />1887<br />Vincent Van Gogh<br />Self-Portrait as a Painter<br />1888<br />
  10. 10. Vincent van Gogh<br />Large Plane Trees <br />1889<br />Vincent van Gogh<br />Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear <br />1889<br />
  11. 11. Vincent van Gogh<br />Le Café de Nuit<br />1888<br />Vincent van Gogh<br />The Yellow House<br />1888<br />
  12. 12. Vincent van Gogh<br />L'Allée des Alyscamps<br />1888<br />Vincent van Gogh<br />The Church at Auvers<br />1889<br />
  13. 13. Vincent Van Gogh <br />“Starry Night” <br />1889 <br />Gabriel von Max<br />“Affen als Kunstkritiker“<br />Öl auf Leinwand, Neue Pinakothek, München <br />1889<br />
  14. 14. Frédéric-AugusteBartholdi<br />Statue of Liberty <br />completed 1885<br />Alexandre-GustaveEiffel <br />Garabit Viaduct<br />1884<br />
  15. 15. Rue du Caire <br />Printed illustration fromL'Exposition de Paris <br />1889<br />AugusteRenoir<br />The Umbrellas <br />c. 1881 and c. 1885<br />
  16. 16. Auguste Renoir<br />Study for "The Bathers"<br />1884<br />AugusteRenoir<br />The Bathers<br />1884<br />
  17. 17. Auguste Renoir<br />A Girl<br />1885-90<br />AugusteRenoir<br />Girl Braiding Her Hair (Suzanne Valadon).<br />1885.<br />
  18. 18. Auguste Renoir<br />Girl with a Hoop (Marie Goujon)<br />1885<br />Auguste Renoir<br />Bouquet of Chrysanthemums<br />1885<br />
  19. 19. AugusteRenoir<br />Young Girl Reading<br />1886<br />Auguste Renoir<br />The Bathers<br />1887<br />
  20. 20. Auguste Renoir<br />Girl with Brown Hair<br />1887-88<br />AugusteRenoir<br />Little Girl Gleaning<br />1888<br />
  21. 21. AugusteRenoir<br />Portrait of Caroline Rémy ("Séverine")<br />1885<br />Auguste Renoir<br />Portrait of a Woman<br />1885<br />
  22. 22. AugusteRenoir<br />The Washer Women<br />1889<br />Auguste Renoir<br />The Daughters of CatulleMendés<br />1888<br />
  23. 23. AugusteRenoir<br />Girl with a Basket of Oranges<br />1889<br />AugusteRenoir<br />Girl with a Basket of Fish<br />1889<br />
  24. 24. Mary Cassatt <br />Girl Arranging her Hair <br />1886<br />AugusteRenoir<br />Children's Afternoon at Wargemont<br />1884<br />
  25. 25. Mary Cassatt <br />Portrait of Alexander Cassatt and His Son Robert<br />1885<br />Mary Cassatt <br />Child in a Straw Hat<br />1886<br />
  26. 26. Mary Cassatt<br />Portrait of an Elderly Lady<br />1887 <br />Mary Cassatt <br />Mrs. Robert S. Cassatt, the Artist's Mother (Katherine Kelso Johnston Cassatt)<br />1889<br />
  27. 27. Mary Cassatt <br />A Portrait of the Artist's Mother<br />1889-90<br />Mary Cassatt <br />Hélène de Septeuil<br />1889-90<br />
  28. 28. Camille Pissarro<br />View From My Window, Eragny<br />1886-88<br />Camille Pissarro<br />Capital from the Social Turpitudes <br />1889<br />
  29. 29. Camille Pissarro<br />Apple Picking<br />1886<br />Camille Pissarro<br />Woman Hanging Laundry<br /> 1887<br />
  30. 30. Camille Pissarro<br />Woman in an Orchard. Spring Sunshine in a Field, Eragny.<br />1887<br />Paul Cézanne<br />The Bridge at Maincy<br />1882-85<br />
  31. 31. Paul Cézanne<br />Plain by Mount Sainte-Victoire<br />1882-85<br />Paul Cézanne<br />L'Estaque<br />1882-1885<br />
  32. 32. Paul Cézanne<br />Mount Sainte-Victoire Seen from Bellevue<br />1882-85<br />Paul Cézanne<br />The Artists's Son, Paul<br />1885-90<br />
  33. 33. Paul Cézanne<br />Gardanne<br />1885-86<br />Paul Cézanne<br />Portrait of Mme Cézanne<br />1885-87<br />
  34. 34. Paul Cézanne<br />Boy in a Red Waistcoat<br />1888-90<br />Paul Cézanne<br />The Banks of the Marne<br />1888<br />
  35. 35. Paul Cézanne<br />Pierrot and Harlequin<br />1888<br />Paul Cézanne<br />Still Life with Peaches and Pears. <br />1888-90<br />
  36. 36. Edgar Degas<br />Portrait of Mary Cassat<br />1884<br />Edgar Degas<br />Tired Dancer<br />1885<br />
  37. 37. Edgar Degas<br />Women Ironing<br />1884-86<br />Edgar Degas<br />Nude Wiping Her Foot.<br />1886<br />
  38. 38. Edgar Degas<br />Woman at Her Toilette<br />1889<br />Edgar Degas<br />At the Cafe des Ambassadeurs<br />1885<br />
  39. 39. Claude Monet<br />Jardin à Bordighera, effet du matin<br /> 1884<br />Claude Monet<br />Lemon-Trees, Bordighera<br />1884<br />
  40. 40. Claude Monet<br />Haystack at Giverny<br />1884-1889<br />Claude Monet<br />Etretat. The End of the Day<br />1885<br />
  41. 41. Claude Monet<br />Portrait of Poly, the Fisherman from Belle-Ile<br />1886<br />Claude Monet<br />Tulip Fields in Holland<br />1886<br />
  42. 42. Claude Monet<br />Young Girls in a Boat<br />1887<br />Claude Monet<br />Mountains at l'Esterel<br />1888<br />
  43. 43. Gustave Caillebotte<br />Voiliers à Argenteuil<br />1888<br />Gustave Caillebotte<br />Self-Portrait<br />1889<br />
  44. 44. Armand Guillaumin<br />The Road of Damiette<br />1885<br />Gustave Caillebotte<br />La Plaine de Gennevilliers<br />1888<br />
  45. 45. Armand Guillaumin<br />Trees in Blossomat Saint Cheron<br />1888<br />Berthe Morisot<br />La Lecture (Reading)<br />1888<br />
  46. 46. Berthe Morisot<br />Girl in a Boat with Geese<br />1889<br />Alfred Sisley<br />Boats<br />1885<br />
  47. 47. Classical music: Enrique Granados (Danzasespañolas), Augusta Holmès(Ode triomphale)<br />Opera: Francesco Cilea(Gina), Robert Fuchs (Die Königsbraut), Miguel Marqués(El plato del día-libretto by Andrés Ruesga, Manuel Lastra and Enrique Prieto, premiered in Madrid)<br />Musical theater: The Gondoliers (Sir Arthur Sullivan Book & Lyrics: W. S. Gilbert), Love's Trickery (London production) <br />Daimler's wire wheel car<br />first shown in Paris<br />1889 <br />
  48. 48. THE END<br />Hope I did a good job!<br />Have a lovely break!!<br />