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  • Portrait of Gustave Geffroy, 1895
  • 2 self portraits by Gauguin – done in 1888 and 1888-9
  • 1888 – “Self-Portrait (Les Miserables)”
  • Self-portraits 1888 – dedicated to Paul Gauguin

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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. Rouan Cathedral series – Claude Monet 1892
  • 4. Rouan Cathedral series – Claude Monet 1892
  • 5. Rouan Cathedral series – Claude Monet 1892
  • 6.  
  • 7. Impressionism Post-Impressionism
  • 8. Camille Pissarro 1890 1867 1895
  • 9. The Apotheosis of Delacroix Paul Cezanne, 1873-1877, 1890-94
  • 10. Post-Impressionism (1885 – 1905) Influenced by: Altered understanding of physical reality Atomic physics & chemistry; experimental psychology & subconscious “ All things become flimsy, with no strength or certainty.” – Kandinsky New understanding of artistic tradition Challenges to the art establishment, new influences Development of avant-garde culture Democracy & pluralism; rise of mass culture; alienated artists Changes in artistic form and content Imitation replaced by internal processes & structures – new subject matter
  • 11. Creating a model of the real world Nature as observed Perception Mind Intellect Creating an imaginary world Artist’s sensations Conception Spirit Intuition Is art most rightly concerned with: or … or both? Seurat (1859-1891) Gauguin (1848-1903) Cezanne (1839-1906) Van Gogh (1853-1890)
  • 12. “ Woman Leaning on a Parapet By the Seine” 1881 “ Study for Une Beignade ” 1883
  • 13. “ Bathers at Asni è res” – Georges Seurat 1883-84
  • 14. “ A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” – Georges Seurat 1884-86
  • 15. “ Bridge at Courbevoie” - Georges Seurat 1886-1887
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  • 17. “ Orchard, C ô te Saint-Denis at Pontoise” 1877 Paul C é zanne Camille Pissarro
  • 18. “ Orchard in Pontoise” – Paul C é zanne 1877
  • 19. 1883-85 “ Gulf of Marseilles Seen from L’Estaque” – Paul C é zanne
  • 20. “ The Bather” – Paul C é zanne 1885-87
  • 21. “ Victor Chocquet Seated” -Paul Cezanne 1877
  • 22. “ Hortense Fiquet in a Striped Skirt” -Paul Cezanne 1877-78
  • 23. “ Portrait of Gustave Geffroy” Paul C é zanne 1895
  • 24. “ The Card Players” – Paul C é zanne 1890-92
  • 25. “ Two Card Players” –Paul Cezanne 1892-95
  • 26. "Rideau, cruchon et compotier“ – Paul Cezanne 1893-94
  • 27. “ The Basket of Apples” – Paul Cezanne 1895
  • 28. “ Still Life with Apples” – Paul Cezanne 1895
  • 29. “ Mont Sainte-Victoire” – Paul Cezanne, 1885-1887
  • 30. “ Mont Sainte-Victoire” – Paul C é zanne 1885-1895
  • 31. “ Mont Sainte-Victoire Above the Tholonet Road” or “ Hermitage, St. Petersburg” – Paul C é zanne 1900
  • 32. “ Mont Sainte-Victoire” – Paul C é zanne 1890 – 94
  • 33. "May I repeat what I told you here: treat nature by means of the cylinder, the sphere, the cone, everything brought into proper perspective so that each side of an object or a plane is directed towards a central point. Lines parallel to the horizon give breadth... lines perpendicular to this horizon give depth. But nature for us men is more depth than surface, whence the need to introduce into our light vibrations, represented by the reds and yellows, a sufficient amount of blueness to give the feel of air." Paul Cézanne to Emile Bernard, 15 April 1904
  • 34. 1895-1900 1902- 04 1904-1906                                  
  • 35. “ The Great Bathers” – Paul C é zanne 1898-1905 “ The Great Bathers” – Paul C é zanne 1898-1905
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  • 38. Paul Gauguin (portrait of his wife) 1878
  • 39. “ Washerwomen at Pont-Aven” – Paul Gauguin 1886
  • 40. "I have sacrificed everything for style, because I wished to force myself into doing something other than what I know how to do." Gauguin to a friend, 8 October 1888
  • 41. “ Blue Trees” Paul Gauguin 1888
  • 42. “ Vision after the Sermon; Jacob Wrestling with the Angel” – Paul Gauguin 1888
  • 43. ” Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers” Paul Gauguin 1888
  • 44. “ Washerwomen in Arles” Paul Gauguin 1888
  • 45. “ Night Café at Arles” – Paul Gauguin 1888
  • 46. “ The Yellow Christ” Paul Gauguin 1889
  • 47.  
  • 48. “ When Are You to be Married?” Paul Gauguin 1892
  • 49. “ The Day of God” – Paul Gauguin 1894
  • 50. “ Farm in Brittany” – Paul Gauguin 1894
  • 51. “ Whence Do We Come? What Are We? Where Are We Going?” – Paul Gauguin 1897
  • 52. “ Portrait of the Artist (at Golgotha)” By Paul Gauguin 1897
  • 53. “ Horsemen on the Beach” “ The Call” Paul Gauguin 1902
  • 54.  
  • 55. “ The Potato Eaters” – Vincent Van Gogh 1885                                    
  • 56. “ Bedroom at Arles” – Vincent Van Gogh 1888
  • 57. “ I think the sunflower is mine.” Van Gogh, in a letter to his brother Theo
  • 58. “ Starry Night Over the Rhone” – Vincent Van Gogh 1888
  • 59. “ The Café Terrace on the Place du Forum, Arles, at Night” Vincent Van Gogh 1888
  • 60. “ The Night Café” – Vincent Van Gogh 1888
  • 61. “ The Starry Night” – Vincent Van Gogh 1889
  • 62. “ Wheat Field with Crows” – Vincent Van Gogh 1890
  • 63. “ Thatched Cottages by a Hill, Auvers-sur-Oise” Vincent Van Gogh July, 1890
  • 64.  
  • 65. Chuck Close 1940 –
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  • 67. Portrait of the Artist’s Father 1910 Marcel Duchamp
  • 68.  
  • 69. Pablo Picasso 1881- 1973
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  • 72. Henri Matisse 1869-1954
  • 73.  
  • 74. Emile Nolde 1867 – 1956