IMPRESSIONISMNEO-IMPRESSIONISM ANDPOST-IMPRESSIONISM
The invention of photography stronglyhit painting and reflecting reality wasnot a priority any more.Many artists started e...
ÉDOUARD MANET- He admired Velázquez and Goya.- Transition painter between realism and impressionism- Some of his works are...
The Luncheon on the Grass
Olympia
The fiferThe balcony
The races at Longchamp
The Masked Ball at the Opera
A Bar at the Folies- Bergère
Impression, sunriseCLAUDE MONET-The name comes from “impression”. Acritic gave name to the new style fromClaude Monet’ s p...
CLAUDE MONETWoman with a parasolArgenteuilHe was really interested on how light could change a landscape and he made diffe...
Poppies blooming
The Saint-Lazare Station
Rouen Cathedral
The Houses of Parliament of London
The Grand Canal, Venice
Poplars
Water lillies
The Dance ClassHe focused on human figureand movement. He paintedscenes of dancers and horseracesEDGAR DEGAS
Ballet rehearsal
Dancer with a bouquet of flowersGreen Dancer
Woman in the bathThe tub
The Absinthe Drinker
Horse races
He represented scenes in the open air and was also interested on feminine beauty and sensuality.PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIRThe G...
Dance at the Moulin de la Galette
Luncheon on the boating party
The first outingThe Swing
Bathers
Flood at Pont MarlyALFRED SISLEYAmong the vines
Canal Saint Martin
The frostCAMILLE PISSARROBoulevard Montmartre at night
JOAQUÍN SOROLLAChildren on the seashore
Sad inheritance
Walk on the beach
Afternoon sun
SCULPTUREAUGUSTE RODINHe used multiple grounds to get light effects.The thinker The burghers of Calais
Balzac The three shades
The Gates of HellReflection on human condtion.The thinker, the Three Shades andThe Kiss were an important part of thiswork
The Kiss
NEO-IMPRESSIONISMSome painters experienced with compositions made with dots of pure colourGEORGES SEURATA Sunday afternoon...
Bathers at AsnièresCircus sideshowThe Eiffel Tower
The CircusThe Seine and la Grande Jatte - Springtime
PAUL SIGNACThe Papal Palace, AvignonGrand Canal, Venice
Portrait of Félix Féneon
POST-IMPRESSIONISMPost-Impressionist artists recovered the importance of drawing and they were not onlyworried about light...
PAUL GAUGUINHe was one of the representatives of Cloisonnism (painting with flat forms separated bydark contours). He spen...
Arearea
Tahitian women on the beach
Where do we come from? What we are? Where are we going?
The potato eatersVICENT VAN GOGHHe was a genius with a troubled life. His paintings reflected his tortured personality:twi...
The sower
Doctor Gachet’s portrait
Self- portraits
The starry night
Starry night over the Rhône
The night café
The red vineyard
Bedroom in Arlés
The Church at Auvers-sur- OiseCypresses
Wheatfield with crows
La ToiletteHe was a painter andlithographer. His favourite themeswere cabaret dancers andprostitutes.HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAU...
Posters
Dance at the Moulin Rouge
At the Moulin RougeThe medical inspection at the Ruedes Moulins
Salon at the Rue des Moulins
The card playersHe was the precursor of Cubism. He used colour to give volume to objects and hispaintings became geometric...
Boy in a red waistcoat
Still-life paintings
The bathers
Sainte-Victoire Mountain
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Impressionism, Neo-Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

  1. 1. IMPRESSIONISMNEO-IMPRESSIONISM ANDPOST-IMPRESSIONISM
  2. 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. 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. 4. The Luncheon on the Grass
  5. 5. Olympia
  6. 6. The fiferThe balcony
  7. 7. The races at Longchamp
  8. 8. The Masked Ball at the Opera
  9. 9. A Bar at the Folies- Bergère
  10. 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. 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. 12. Poppies blooming
  13. 13. The Saint-Lazare Station
  14. 14. Rouen Cathedral
  15. 15. The Houses of Parliament of London
  16. 16. The Grand Canal, Venice
  17. 17. Poplars
  18. 18. Water lillies
  19. 19. The Dance ClassHe focused on human figureand movement. He paintedscenes of dancers and horseracesEDGAR DEGAS
  20. 20. Ballet rehearsal
  21. 21. Dancer with a bouquet of flowersGreen Dancer
  22. 22. Woman in the bathThe tub
  23. 23. The Absinthe Drinker
  24. 24. Horse races
  25. 25. He represented scenes in the open air and was also interested on feminine beauty and sensuality.PIERRE-AUGUSTE RENOIRThe Grenouillère
  26. 26. Dance at the Moulin de la Galette
  27. 27. Luncheon on the boating party
  28. 28. The first outingThe Swing
  29. 29. Bathers
  30. 30. Flood at Pont MarlyALFRED SISLEYAmong the vines
  31. 31. Canal Saint Martin
  32. 32. The frostCAMILLE PISSARROBoulevard Montmartre at night
  33. 33. JOAQUÍN SOROLLAChildren on the seashore
  34. 34. Sad inheritance
  35. 35. Walk on the beach
  36. 36. Afternoon sun
  37. 37. SCULPTUREAUGUSTE RODINHe used multiple grounds to get light effects.The thinker The burghers of Calais
  38. 38. Balzac The three shades
  39. 39. The Gates of HellReflection on human condtion.The thinker, the Three Shades andThe Kiss were an important part of thiswork
  40. 40. The Kiss
  41. 41. NEO-IMPRESSIONISMSome painters experienced with compositions made with dots of pure colourGEORGES SEURATA Sunday afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
  42. 42. Bathers at AsnièresCircus sideshowThe Eiffel Tower
  43. 43. The CircusThe Seine and la Grande Jatte - Springtime
  44. 44. PAUL SIGNACThe Papal Palace, AvignonGrand Canal, Venice
  45. 45. Portrait of Félix Féneon
  46. 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. 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. 48. Arearea
  49. 49. Tahitian women on the beach
  50. 50. Where do we come from? What we are? Where are we going?
  51. 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. 52. The sower
  53. 53. Doctor Gachet’s portrait
  54. 54. Self- portraits
  55. 55. The starry night
  56. 56. Starry night over the Rhône
  57. 57. The night café
  58. 58. The red vineyard
  59. 59. Bedroom in Arlés
  60. 60. The Church at Auvers-sur- OiseCypresses
  61. 61. Wheatfield with crows
  62. 62. La ToiletteHe was a painter andlithographer. His favourite themeswere cabaret dancers andprostitutes.HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC
  63. 63. Posters
  64. 64. Dance at the Moulin Rouge
  65. 65. At the Moulin RougeThe medical inspection at the Ruedes Moulins
  66. 66. Salon at the Rue des Moulins
  67. 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. 68. Boy in a red waistcoat
  69. 69. Still-life paintings
  70. 70. The bathers
  71. 71. Sainte-Victoire Mountain

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