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  • 1. From 16th to 20th century Baroque Rococo Neoclacissism Romanticism Realism Impressionism Post-impressionism
  • 2. Barroque Late XVI - Early of XVIII
    • Means irregular, grotesque.
    • Monarchy over Church
    • The formalism of the Manierism change to represent a moving and sense glorification.
    • Ostentation and Exagerattion
    • Move and inflame the audience
    • No nudity or escandals.
    • Huge amount of decoration
    • Spanish “Siglo de Oro”
  • 3. Events
    • Don Quixote -1605
    • Puritans in New England – 1620
    • Descartes – Discourse on Method – 1637
    • Briths Commonwealth
    • Peter I Tsar
    • Isaac Newton and his gravity
    • Galileo
  • 4. Caravaggio
  • 5.  
  • 6. Bernini
  • 7.  
  • 8.  
  • 9. Gentileschi (Artemisia)
  • 10. Rubens
  • 11. Rembrandt
  • 12.  
  • 13. Velazquez
  • 14.  
  • 15. Poussin
  • 16. Rococo 1700 -1750
    • ¿Independent or decadence of Baroque?
    • Frivolous charm stylish wit.
    • Elgant figures, Cupid, women, lovers,parties.
    • Fantasy and grace
    • Ilusion
  • 17. Events
    • Robinson Crusoe – Defoe – 1719
    • Rosseau – Social Contract – 1762
  • 18. Watteau
  • 19. Fragonard
  • 20. Hardouin- Mansart - Versalles
  • 21.  
  • 22. Neoclacissim Late XVIII trough early XIX
    • Realted with revolutionary movements
    • Reason over feelings
    • Enlightment
    • Rome central ideology of the art.
    • Inmorality and education (Burgesy)
    • Academy
    • Museums
    • Clasical Music
    • Poetry left behind.
  • 23. Events
    • USA
    • Adam Smith – Wealth of Nations
    • Kant – Critique of pure reason
    • Mozart – Marriage of figaro
    • Fall of the Bartille
    • Political presence of Napoleon
  • 24. Clodion Canova
  • 25. Jacques-Louis David
  • 26. Ingres
  • 27. Romanticism Early to mid XIX
    • Adventure, Chivalry
    • Defense of freedom of man and countries.
    • Creativity and poetry: originality, suden inspiration, avoid stablished ideas.
    • Irrational: values the emotions, dreams, fantasies.
    • Idealism: search of unattainable ideals in all the aspects, like the love. The passional and uncontrollable love, that is the purest and deep feeling and that must surpass to the other
    • Glorification of the individualism.
    • New vision towards the nature: they are interested in storms, the gales, that type of loose forces.
    • New vision of the world and the human being: the romantic man is an individual that faces the society.
    • La boheme
  • 28. Events
    • Napoleon Emperor
    • Beethoven
    • First Steam machine
    • Victoria Queen of England
  • 29. Gericault
  • 30. Delacroix
  • 31. Goya
  • 32. Turner
  • 33. Hicks
  • 34. Realism Mid to late XIX
    • Reproduction of life
    • That desire of exactitude will be reflected in the description of costumary or of atmospheres - rural or urban, popular refinings
    • The style tends to the sobriety
    • Political events
    • Photography, novels, newspapers
  • 35. Events
    • Darwin – Origin of Species – 1859
    • Dickens – Great Expectations – 1861
    • American Civil War
    • Tolstoy – War and Peace
    • Assassination of Lincoln
    • Luisa M. Alcott – Little Women
    • Canal of Suez
  • 36. Millet The Gleaners , 1857.  Musée d'Orsay , Paris.
  • 37. The Angelus , 1857–59. Musée d'Orsay, Paris.
  • 38. Coubert
    • The Desperate Man (Self-portrait) 1844-45, oil on canvas, 45 x 55 cm
  • 39.
    • The Artist's Studio (L'Atelier du peintre): A Real Allegory of a Seven Year Phase in my Artistic and Moral Life , 1855, 359 × 598 cm (141.33 × 235.43 in), oil on canvas
  • 40. Daumier Gargantua . Litograph, 1831.
  • 41. Le Wagon de troisième classe  (The third-class wagon), 1864.
  • 42. Tournachon French actress  Sarah Bernhardt  (1844-1923) around 1864.
  • 43. Manet Olympia , 1863
  • 44.
    • The Luncheon on the Grass  ( Le déjeuner sur l'herbe ), 1863
  • 45. Edouard Manet, Old Musician, 1862, National Gallery, Washington, D.C.
  • 46. Execution of Emperor Maximilian of Mexico,1868. Oil on canvas
  • 47. Architecture
  • 48. Brooklyn birdge,1888
  • 49. Eiffel Tower was the world's tallest building from 1889 to 1930
  • 50. Impressionism Late 19th to early 20th
    • Not political events in the themes
    • Cityscape
    • Japanese ideas
    • Use and changes in light
    • Reflections and shadows, use of the darker not the black
    • Artist rejected
    • France.
  • 51.
    • Art for Art’s sake.
  • 52. Events
    • U.s. Transcontinental railroad
    • Wagner
    • Lewis Carol – Trough the Looking Glass
    • First public telephones
    • Karl Marx in english
    • Pneumatic Tired by Dunlop
  • 53. Manet Le bar des Folies-Bergère, 1882
  • 54. Carnations and Clematis in a Crystal Vase,   Musée d'Orsay , 1883
  • 55. Degas
    • The Star. 1877. Oil on canvas.
  • 56. Ballet Rehearsal on the Set. 1874 . Oil on canvas
  • 57. The Dance Class 1874. Oil on canvas
  • 58. L'Absinthe , 1876, oil on canvas, by Edgar Degas
  • 59. La Toilette  (Woman Combing Her Hair), c. 1884–1886, pastel on paper, by Edgar Degas,  Pushkin Museum ,  Moscow
  • 60. Woman in the Bath,  1886
  • 61. After the Bath, 1898
  • 62. Muybridge
  • 63. The Horse in Motion .
  • 64. Sequence of a horse jumping by  Eadweard Muybridge  (d.1904)
  • 65. The zoopraxiscope* - a couple waltzing
  • 66. Monet
  • 67. Impression, Sunrise  (Impression, soleil levant)  (1872). Oil on canvas
  • 68. Marine View, Sunset . 1874. _Oil on canvas
  • 69. Woman with a Parasol, (Camille and Jean Monet), 1875 . Oil on Canvas
  • 70. Lily pond, 1889
  • 71. Rouen’s Cathedral. 1893. Oil on Canvas
  • 72. Waterlilies. 1923. Oil on canvas
  • 73. Houses of Parliament, London, c. 1904,
  • 74. Renoir Dance at the Moulin du la Galette. 1876. Oil on canvas.
  • 75. Camille on the Beach at Trouville. 1870. Oil on canvas.
  • 76. Camille on her deadthbed. 1870.
  • 77. The Swing (La Balançoire) , 1876
  • 78. Madame Charpentier and Her Children and Georgette. 1878. oil on Canvas
  • 79. The Theater Box , 1874
  • 80. Girl with Flowers. 1888
  • 81. Girl Wiping Her Feet. 1890
  • 82. Pisarro The fair in Dieppe Sunny Morning. 1901
  • 83. Boulevard Montmartre. 1880
  • 84. Boulevard Montmartre la nuit , 1898
  • 85. Homer Sailing the Catboat Probably. Watercolor and gouache over graphite
  • 86. Hunter in the Adirondacks. 1892 watercolor over graphite .
  • 87. Rodin Kissers
  • 88. The Thinker (1879–1889)
  • 89. Gates of hell. Unfinished
  • 90.  
  • 91. L'age mûr (Camille Claudel)
  • 92. Urbanism Haussman