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Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
Impressionism & Post Impressionism
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Impressionism & Post Impressionism

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  • 1. Impressionism<br />1860s - 1880<br />
  • 2. What Is Impressionism?<br />An art movement & style of painting that started in France in the 1860s<br />Depicts candid glimpses of subjects<br />Shows the effects of sunlight on things during various times of day<br />
  • 3. Remember ELBOW<br />E  Everyday life  <br />L   Light  <br />B  Brushstrokes  <br />O   Outdoor settings  <br />W   Weather  and atmosphere<br />
  • 4. Impressionists<br />Claude Monet<br />Pierre Auguste Renoir<br />Camille Pissaro<br />Edgar Degas<br />Èdouard Manet<br />
  • 5. Bar at the Folies-Bergère<br />Manet<br />
  • 6. Le Déjeuner sur l’Herbe<br />Manet<br />
  • 7. Waterlilies<br />Monet<br />
  • 8. Monet<br />Rouen Cathedral (various times of the day…)<br />
  • 9. Renoir<br />Le Moulin de la Galette<br />
  • 10. Renoir<br />The Theatre Box<br />
  • 11. Degas<br />Two Ballerinas<br />Green Dancer<br />
  • 12. Post-Impressionism<br />1880 - 1905<br />
  • 13. What Post-Impressionism Isn’t<br />Building on Impressionist works, this art form rejects:<br />Naturalism<br />Fleeting effects of light<br />
  • 14. What Post-Impressionism Is<br />Instead it showed a greater concern for:<br />Expression<br />Structure<br />Form <br />
  • 15. Post-Impressionists<br />Paul Cézanne<br />Vincent Van Gogh<br />Paul Gauguin<br />Henri Toulouse-Lautrec <br />
  • 16. Seurat<br />A Sunday on La Grande Jatte<br />
  • 17. Toulouse-Lautrec<br />
  • 18. Cézanne<br />Mont Sainte-Victoire<br />Large Bathers<br />
  • 19. Gauguin<br />Two Tahitian Women<br />Two Tahitian Women and Dog<br />
  • 20. VanGogh<br />Sunflowers<br />
  • 21. VanGogh<br />Church at Auvers<br />
  • 22. VanGogh<br />                            <br />Harvest<br />
  • 23. VanGogh<br />Starry Night<br />
  • 24. VanGogh<br />Self-Portrait with <br />a Straw Hat<br />
  • 25. Montmartre<br />
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  • 33. Expressionism<br />1905 - 1930<br />
  • 34. Munch<br />The Scream<br />
  • 35. Kirchner<br />Nolde<br />Street Scene<br />Man, Woman, and Cat<br />
  • 36. Fauvism<br />1904-1908<br />
  • 37. Matisse<br />Still Life with Blue Tablecloth<br />
  • 38. Matisse<br />Goldfish and Sculpture<br />
  • 39. Matisse<br />Dance<br />
  • 40. Cubism<br />1908 – 1930s<br />
  • 41. Picasso<br />Woman with Hair Net<br />The Afficionado<br />
  • 42. Picasso<br />Guernica<br />
  • 43. Surrealism<br />1920s – 1930s<br />
  • 44. Dali<br />The Persistence of Memory<br />
  • 45. DALI<br />Rotten Donkey<br />

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