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Main artists ans works of art of the following art styles: Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

Main artists ans works of art of the following art styles: Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

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  • 1. IMPRESSIONISMNEO-IMPRESSIONISM ANDPOST-IMPRESSIONISM
  • 2. The invention of photography stronglyhit painting and reflecting reality wasnot a priority any more.Many artists started experiencing withcolours, atmosphere, sensations andrepresenting their subjective point ofview in their works. This marked thebeginning of the avant-garde styles ofthe 20thcentury.Boulevard du Temple (1838),one of the firts daguerrotypes
  • 3. ÉDOUARD MANET- He admired Velázquez and Goya.- Transition painter between realism and impressionism- Some of his works are considered watershed paintings, which mark the beginning of modernart.- Impressionist painters admired himMusic in the Tuileries
  • 4. The Luncheon on the Grass
  • 5. Olympia
  • 6. The fiferThe balcony
  • 7. The races at Longchamp
  • 8. The Masked Ball at the Opera
  • 9. A Bar at the Folies- Bergère
  • 10. Impression, sunriseCLAUDE MONET-The name comes from “impression”. Acritic gave name to the new style fromClaude Monet’ s painting Impression,Sunrise- Impressionist artists tried to capture themoment in their paintings, reflect realitynot as it was, but as they watched it at aspecific moment.-Painters used loose brush-strokes, fastcolour stains, colour dominated overdrawing and painted mainly in the open air,not in the studioIMPRESSIONISM
  • 11. CLAUDE MONETWoman with a parasolArgenteuilHe was really interested on how light could change a landscape and he made differentseries of the same theme
  • 12. Poppies blooming
  • 13. The Saint-Lazare Station
  • 14. Rouen Cathedral
  • 15. The Houses of Parliament of London
  • 16. The Grand Canal, Venice
  • 17. Poplars
  • 18. Water lillies
  • 19. The Dance ClassHe focused on human figureand movement. He paintedscenes of dancers and horseracesEDGAR DEGAS
  • 20. Ballet rehearsal
  • 21. Dancer with a bouquet of flowersGreen Dancer
  • 22. Woman in the bathThe tub
  • 23. The Absinthe Drinker
  • 24. Horse races
  • 25. He represented scenes in the open air and was also interested on feminine beauty and sensuality.PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIRThe Grenouillère
  • 26. Dance at the Moulin de la Galette
  • 27. Luncheon on the boating party
  • 28. The first outingThe Swing
  • 29. Bathers
  • 30. Flood at Pont MarlyALFRED SISLEYAmong the vines
  • 31. Canal Saint Martin
  • 32. The frostCAMILLE PISSARROBoulevard Montmartre at night
  • 33. JOAQUÍN SOROLLAChildren on the seashore
  • 34. Sad inheritance
  • 35. Walk on the beach
  • 36. Afternoon sun
  • 37. SCULPTUREAUGUSTE RODINHe used multiple grounds to get light effects.The thinker The burghers of Calais
  • 38. Balzac The three shades
  • 39. The Gates of HellReflection on human condtion.The thinker, the Three Shades andThe Kiss were an important part of thiswork
  • 40. The Kiss
  • 41. NEO-IMPRESSIONISMSome painters experienced with compositions made with dots of pure colourGEORGES SEURATA Sunday afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
  • 42. Bathers at AsnièresCircus sideshowThe Eiffel Tower
  • 43. The CircusThe Seine and la Grande Jatte - Springtime
  • 44. PAUL SIGNACThe Papal Palace, AvignonGrand Canal, Venice
  • 45. Portrait of Félix Féneon
  • 46. POST-IMPRESSIONISMPost-Impressionist artists recovered the importance of drawing and they were not onlyworried about light and colour, but about expression as well.GAUGUIN VAN GOGHTOULOUSE-LAUTRECCÉZANNE
  • 47. PAUL GAUGUINHe was one of the representatives of Cloisonnism (painting with flat forms separated bydark contours). He spent most of his life in Tahiti (French Polynesia)The yellow ChristVision after the sermon
  • 48. Arearea
  • 49. Tahitian women on the beach
  • 50. Where do we come from? What we are? Where are we going?
  • 51. The potato eatersVICENT VAN GOGHHe was a genius with a troubled life. His paintings reflected his tortured personality:twisted brush- strokes, use of colour… He only sold one painting in his whole life
  • 52. The sower
  • 53. Doctor Gachet’s portrait
  • 54. Self- portraits
  • 55. The starry night
  • 56. Starry night over the Rhône
  • 57. The night café
  • 58. The red vineyard
  • 59. Bedroom in Arlés
  • 60. The Church at Auvers-sur- OiseCypresses
  • 61. Wheatfield with crows
  • 62. La ToiletteHe was a painter andlithographer. His favourite themeswere cabaret dancers andprostitutes.HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
  • 63. Posters
  • 64. Dance at the Moulin Rouge
  • 65. At the Moulin RougeThe medical inspection at the Ruedes Moulins
  • 66. Salon at the Rue des Moulins
  • 67. The card playersHe was the precursor of Cubism. He used colour to give volume to objects and hispaintings became geometrical coloured shapesPAUL CÉZANNE
  • 68. Boy in a red waistcoat
  • 69. Still-life paintings
  • 70. The bathers
  • 71. Sainte-Victoire Mountain