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  • 1. Claude Monet – Montagnes de l’EstérelImpressionismFrench CultureMarie-Claire Jalaguier7-4TAJanuary 31, 2013
  • 2. Introductions Impressionism is a free form of art Focused primarily on NatureClaude Monet - UneAllée du jardin deMonet, Giverny
  • 3. The OriginsFranceStarted in1869, Established itsname in 1874Movement of art Claude Monet -during the late 19th Les BateauxCentury rouge, Argenteui l
  • 4. The ThemesModern LifeNatureEn Plein AirSpontaneityThis painting Vincent Van Gogh - Irisesis based onthe theme ofnature.
  • 5. The Themes - EnvironmentFascination for thecountrysideScenes of everydaylifeUsually includeshumans or human Vincent Van Goghactivity – Chestnut Tree in BlossomImpressionists enjoy
  • 6. The FactorsThe subject matteredbetweenlandscapes, portraitsand bustling citiesA Group of anonymousFrench artists decided to Vincent Van Gogh –find a new way of Starry NightpaintingIt elicited critical reviews
  • 7. The Factors - The ArtistsSome popular well knownimpressionists are: Paul Cézanne Edgar Degas Claude Monet Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  • 8. The Factors - StyleNot the traditional wayof artFocuses on light &reflectionNot perfectSeparating/Contrastingcolours Edgar Degas – BalletDifferent brush strokes Rehearsal, 1873For Example - Impasto
  • 9. Works Cited InformationGersh-Nesic, Beth. "Impressionism - Art History 101 Basics." About.comArt History 101 Basics. About.com, 2013. Web. 11 Jan. 2013.<http://arthistory.about.com/od/impressionism/a/impressionism_10one.htm>."Impressionism." Arts. BBC, Aug. 2004. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.<http://www.bbc.co.uk/arts/multimedia/impressionism/>."Impressionism." Impressionism. impressionism.org, 2012. Web. 15 Jan.2013. <http://www.impressionism.org>."Impressionism." Osnat Fine Art. Osnat Fine Art, 2012. Web. 18 Jan.2013. <http://www.osnatfineart.com/impressionism.jsp>.Seiberling, Grace. "Impressionism." Art Terms. Oxford University Press,2009. Web. 14 Jan. 2013.<http://www.moma.org/collection/theme.php?theme_id=10098>.
  • 10. Works Cited PicturesMonet, Claude. "Claude Monet Paintings." Monet Painting.A. Cauderlier, 30 Sept. 2006. Web. 24 Jan. 2013.<http://www.intermonet.com/oeuvre/>.Van Gogh Gallery. Van Gogh Gallery, 2002 - 2013. Web.29 Jan. 2013.<http://www.vangoghgallery.com/painting/irisesindex.html>."Edgar Degas Paintings." Edgar Degas - The CompleteWorks. www.edgar-degas.org, 2002 - 2013. Web. 30 Jan.2013. <http://www.edgar-degas.org>.

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