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  • ALFRED SISLEY
  • PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIR
  • CAMILIE PISSARO

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