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  • 1. IMPRESSIONISM & POST-IMPRESSIONISM Presentation by: Rachel Marchant, Jenna Sanfilippo, and Brianna Sculley
  • 2. IMPRESSIONISM
  • 3. IMPRESSIONISM
    • Developed in France in the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries
  • 4. EDGAR DEGAS “ The Green Dancers” “ The Dance Class”
  • 5. CLAUDE MONET “ Impression: Sunrise”
  • 6. CLAUDE MONET “ The Terrace” “ Woman With a Parasol Facing Right”
  • 7. PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR “ Moulin de la Galette” “ The Swing”
  • 8. PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR “ Jeunes Filles au Piano” “ Luncheon of the Boating Party”
  • 9. POST-IMPRESSIONISM
    • Reaction against limitations of Impressionism
      • Advancement of styles and techniques
    • More romantic, emotional, avant-garde, and shocking than Impressionism
      • Bolder colors, sharper outlines
    • Sought to combine inner world of mind and spirit and outer world of physical substance
      • Create visual sensation, not record it
    • Individual painters had different styles and ideals
  • 10. POST-IMPRESSIONISM
    • Late 19 th century – 1880s
      • Progress of science and industry
      • Conservative backlash, anarchist violence
      • Nietzsche – saw truth in the irrational
    Edgar Degas- “ Women on a Café Terrace”
  • 11. PAUL CÉZANNE “ Madame C é zanne” “ Basket of Apples”
  • 12. GEORGES SEURAT “ A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte”
  • 13. PAUL GAUGUIN “ The Yellow Christ”
  • 14. VINCENT VAN GOGH “ Self-Portrait Dedicated to Paul Gauguin”
  • 15. OUR OPINIONS … “ Achille Emperaire” by Paul Cézanne I personally feel that the majority of impressionist paintings are incredibly beautiful and are the perfect medium between classical and obscure art.
  • 16. “ White Water Lilies” by Monet

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