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  • ALFRED SISLEY
  • PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR
  • CAMILIE PISSARO
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    • 1. Impressionism<br />By<br />Dan Wisner<br />
    • 2. Overview<br />Impressionism came to style in 1870-1880s.<br />The name of the movement is from the piece titled “Impression” by Claude Monet<br />Qualities associated with Impressionism are; visible brush strokes, light and how it changes, and an open composition.<br />
    • 3. Techniques<br />Wet paint is painted on wet paint, making softer edges and colors that blend more together.<br />Natural light is very important, and paid special attention to. <br />When scenes are painted outdoors, the shadows are made very bold and reflections from the sky are very important making the scene more open. <br />They painted at nightfall mostly to get a dusky shadowy affect.<br />
    • 4. Artists<br />Pierre-Auguste Renoir<br />Claude Monet<br />Alfred Sisley<br />Camille Pissarro<br />Paul Cézanne<br />Armand Guillaumin<br />
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    • 9. Chosen Artist<br />Pierre-Auguste Renoir<br />He used oil on canvas.<br />Girl with a hoop<br />Visible brush strokes with light colors and a generally light template of colors. <br />Showing an action, hula hooping.<br />Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette<br />He used bright colors, with visible brush strokes.<br />An obvious activity is the dance that is taking place, people are talking and dancing.<br />
    • 10. Pierre-Auguste Renoir<br />His art fit into the style of surrealism because of it’s light color and almost always showing an action in each painting. <br />The scene was very open, creating a painting that would breath, also he used a lot of paint. By doing this he would add texture and shape to the painting. <br />

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