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Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
Impressionisim (class lect.)
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  1. Impressionism 1874 What is impressionism? • A style of art that is typical of 19th century France • Was started in Paris by a small group of revolutionary artists • They were rejected by the Salon and formed their own Salon des Refusés Characteristics of their work: • Short, broken brush strokes. Light ,wispy, teaches Gave way to pointillism • Pure unblended colors • Emphasis on the effects of light. They studied natural light, En plain ,Also studied the effects of artificial lights, New technologies allowed the artists to study and paint outdoors • Modern subject matter
  2. Content light
  3. Content • Painted scenes of women and children • As well as everyday people • Also painted scenes in bars, horse tracks, brothels, and theaters Technology • In addition to the new technologies that allowed the artists to paint outside they were obsessed with the new technologies of the day Captured everyday scenes Influenced painters to paint like a picture i.e. edges cut off, you wouldn’t see all of a person’s face, it would be half cut off on the edge • • Impressionists studied the effects of artificial lighting on • colors and faces
  4. steam engine influenced artists in two main ways • They studied the effects of light on the steam • They were able to travel to the seaside and art was brought over from Asia
  5. Artists Of Impressionisms • Monet • Pissarro • Claude Monet • Edgar Degas • Pierre-Auguste Renoir • Berthe Morisot • Alfred Sisley • Camille Pissarro • Mary Cassa
  6. • Studied light and shadows • Loved to paint people • Also studied women more than others Pierre-Auguste Renoir
  7. Degas’ Works The tub
  8. • One of the only two well known impressionists that was a woman • Studied daily activities of women and their childern • An American, she was a friend of Edgar Degas, and was invited by him to exhibit with them in Paris. • Her compositions are somewhat similar to those of Degas , in the way that she crops the space • The asymmetrical compositions are also strongly influenced by the work of Japanese printmakers. • Cassatt mastered the mediums of oil painting, pastel, and printmaking. • The subject which most frequently captured her attention was that of the tenderness expressed between mothers and children. Cassatt herself never married or had children. She was of the belief that she had to make a choice either for motherhood or her career. She chose art, but children and family life were obviously a preoccupation. Maternal Caress, 1890-91 Berthe Morisot (1844-1926)
  9. Morisot’s Works

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