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    • 1. The Move Toward Modernism: A Look at Monet Chapter 31 Humanities 103 Instructor Beth Camp
    • 2. Impressionism 1875-1900
      • Transitory visual impressions
      • Painted directly from nature (“plein air”)
      • Observed nature closely
      • Used “broken color” to show form and luminosity
      • Rejected academic standards, romantic emotion or imagination
    • 3. Challenge Question:
      • Do the paintings by Monet reinforce or contradict your understanding of Impressionism?
      • As you view these works, select two paintings which you think are “most representative” of Monet’s work.
    • 4. Claude Monet (1840-1926)
      • “ Suddenly, it was as though a veil had been ripped from my eyes. I understood, I saw, what painting could be! From that moment on, my way was clear, my destiny decreed. I would be a painter no matter what. And I understood nature and I learned at the same time to love it.”
      • Monet at 18; Boudin introduces him to plein air painting
      • Next: Bathing at La Grenouillere (1869)
    • 5. Monet
    • 6. Monet
      • Boulevard des Capucines (1873)
      • Next: The Railroad Bridge at Argenteuil (1874)
    • 7. Monet
    • 8. Monet
      • The Stroll, Camille Monet and her son Jean (Woman with a Parasol), (1875)
    • 9. Claude Monet (1840-1926)
      • “When you go out to paint, try to forget what objects you have before you -- a tree, a house, a field, or whatever. Merely think: Here is a little square of blue, here an oblong of pink, here a streak of yellow, and paint it just as it looks to you, the exact color and shape, until it gives your own naïve impression of the scene before you.”
    • 10. Claude Monet (1840-1926)
      • Landscapes
        • Impressions: Sunrise (1873)
        • Wheatstacks (End of Summer) (1890-1891)
    • 11. Monet
    • 12.  
    • 13. Monet
      • Rouen Cathedral, the West Portal, Full Sunlight, Harmony in Blue and Gold (1893)
      • Next: Water Lilies (1906)
    • 14. Courbet
    • 15. Claude Monet (1840-1926)
      • “One day I believe I have a masterpiece, then it turns to nothing; I fight, I fight without advancing. I think I am searching for the impossible although I am full of courage.”
            • Monet quoted in “Monet to Moore,” Portland Art Museum, 1999-2000
      • Next: The Japanese Bridge (1918-1924)
    • 16.  
    • 17. About Monet
      • What is your impression of Monet‘s work?
      • Which one or two paintings were you most intrigued by? Why?
      • How would you describe the “subtext” of Monet’s work?
    • 18. Challenge Question:
      • Did the paintings by Monet reinforce or contradict your understanding of Impressionism?
      • Which two paintings are “most representative” of Monet’s work and why?
    • 19. Sources
      • Slides from Mark Hardin’s Artchive
      • “ Monet to Moore,” Portland Art Museum, 1999-2000
      • Follow-up:
        • Do some additional reading about these three painters. What did each contribute?
        • How are they different? How are they alike?
        • What were the most memorable images from this slide show? Why?

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