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Post impressionism

  1. 1. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Done by Natalya Timasheva Post-Impressionism is a whole a term coined by the British artist and art critic Roger Fry in 1914, to describe the development of European art since Monet. It’s roughly the period between 1886 and 1892 to describe the artistic movements based on or derived from Impressionism. The term is now taken to mean those artists who followed the Impressionists and to some extent rejected their ideas. Generally, they considered Impressionism too casual or too naturalistic, and sought a means of exploring emotion in paint.
  2. 2. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Differences between Impressionism And Post-Impressionism: Impressionists focused on reproducing the natural world but lost the use of line, shape and color (only reflected) Post-Impressionists wanted to restore color and shape to art, while others wanted to restore subjectivity rather than painting from nature. The P.I. created abstract versions of reality to reinforce that art is DIFFERENT from nature (breaking with the tradition since the Renaissance)
  3. 3. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Disabled poster artist known as one of the first Graphic Designers Paul Cezanne Large block-like brushstrokes; Still lifes, Landscapes Vincent Van Gogh Distrurbed painter of loose brushstrokes and bright, vivid colors George Seurat Founder of Pointillism; Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte Paul Gauguin Rejected Urban Life and choose secondary-colored Tahitian women Auguste Rodin Bronze sculptor; Very loose and not detailed. “The Thinker”
  4. 4. POST-IMPRESSIONISMHenri de Toulouse-Lautrec Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec ” At the Moulin Rouge” French artist Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Art Institute of Chicago. 1895 (1864-1901) was interested in capturing the sensibility of modern life and deeply admired Degas. Because of this interest and admiration, his work intersects with that of the Impressionists. However, his work has an added satirical edge to it and often borders on caricature. Toulouse-Latutrec’s art was, to a degree, the expression of his life. He reveled in the energy of cheap music halls, cafes, and bordellos. In “At the Moulin Rouge’, the influences of Degas, of the Japanese print, and of photography can be seen in the oblique and asymmetrical composition, the spatial diagonals, and the strong line patterns with added dissonant colors.
  5. 5. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Le Jockey 1899.
  6. 6. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec La Goulue, 1891.
  7. 7. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Ambassadeurs: Aristide Bruant 1892.
  8. 8. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Jane Anril 1893.
  9. 9. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec La Toilette 1896. Oil on Cardboard.
  10. 10. POST-IMPRESSIONISM CÉZANNE •“Father” of Modern Art (contact with the Impressionists but creates his own “language”. Known as a Post-Impressionist) •Took landscape paintings into “something solid and durable” •His still lifes will influence Cubism (Braque and Picasso)
  11. 11. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Self-Portrait,1879-82.
  12. 12. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne Portrait of the Artist’s Father 1865-66.
  13. 13. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Card Players, 1890-92.
  14. 14. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, House Alongside the Road, 1881.
  15. 15. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne Self-Portrait with Palette 1885-87.
  16. 16. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, The Bathers, 1890-91.
  17. 17. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Mont Saint Victoire, 1885.
  18. 18. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Mont Saint Victoire (CLOSE UP), 1885.
  19. 19. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Still Life with Apples, 1890.
  20. 20. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Cezanne, The Large Bathers, 1906*
  21. 21. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Paul Cezanne, Still Life with Peppermint Bottle, 1890-94.
  22. 22. POST-IMPRESSIONISMVincent’s paintings had a scientific reality to them. His paintings often depict the world as it iscomprised of moving molecules and atoms. He often painted the energy that we don’t actuallysee in the real world.This painting was inspired by the Japanese printmaker Hokusai’s image of “The Great Wave”. Van Gogh, The Starry Night, 1889. Hokusai, The Great Wave, c1828.
  23. 23. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh
  24. 24. POST-IMPRESSIONISM House where Vincent Van Gogh lived
  25. 25. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Van Gogh, The Potato Eaters, 1885.
  26. 26. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Van Gogh Sunflowers, 1888.
  27. 27. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh, The Night Cafe, 1888.
  28. 28. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh The Night Cafe, 1888.
  29. 29. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh, Undergrowth with Two Figures, 1890.
  30. 30. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Van Gogh, Garden of St. Paul Hospital, Nov 1889.
  31. 31. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night Over the Rhone, 1888.
  32. 32. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night, 1889.
  33. 33. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh Self-Portrait with Felt Hat, 1887-88.
  34. 34. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Van Gogh Portrait of Dr. Gachet, 1888.
  35. 35. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Vincent Van Gogh, Bedroom at Arles #3, 1889.
  37. 37. POST-IMPRESSIONISM SUZANNE VALADON 1894, 1st woman painter admitted into the Society National des Beaux Arts — her son, Maurice Utrillo will eclipse her as a painter Worked as a model for Renoir, Lautrec, etc.—Learned by watching but had her own style Degas was the first to buy one of her paintings
  38. 38. POST-IMPRESSIONISM Suzanne Valadon, The Blue Room, 1923* Apart
  40. 40. POST-IMPRESSIONISM The end Thank you for waTching