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    • IMPRESSIONISM & POST-IMPRESSIONISM Presentation by: Rachel Marchant, Jenna Sanfilippo, & Brianna Sculley
    • IMPRESSIONISM Concentrated on visual aspects of art   Emphasized technique and juxtaposed colors worked outside – captured effects of  Painters light  Color, tone, texture – muted greens, browns, grays  Short strokes, dabs, or flecks Paintings look vague from up close but more  clear and precise at a distance
    • IMPRESSIONISM Developed in France in the late 19th and  early 20th centuries  Influenced by Realist painters – Edouard Manet
    • CHARLES DEGAS “The Green Dancers” “The Dance Class”
    • CLAUDE MONET “Impression: Sunrise”
    • CLAUDE MONET “The Terrace” “Woman with a Parasol Facing Right”
    • PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR
    • POST-IMPRESSIONISM Reaction against sensory nature and vagueness  of Impressionism Advancement of Impressionist techniques and styles  Explored the inner world of mind and spirit and  the physical outer world  More romantic, emotional, and shocking than Impressionism Bright colors, sharp outlines  Each artist formed their own specific styles 
    • POST-IMPRESSIONISM
    • PAUL CÉZANNE
    • PAUL GAUGUIN
    • GEORGES SEURAT
    • VINCENT VAN GOGH
    • OUR OPINIONS …