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Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
Impressionism... Post Impressionsim, Expressionism
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  • 1. Claude Monet, Impression Sunrise, 1872
  • 2. Impressionism • light and color became subject matter • instant impression vs detailed analysis • paintings vs imitations of nature • brushstrokes
  • 3. Post Impressionism • used color and light theory of Impressionists • many unique styles: form or emotion
  • 4. Georges Seurat, Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884-1886
  • 5. Mount Saint Victoire, 1902-04, oil on canvas, 70 x 90 cm Paul Cezanne
  • 6. Van Gogh
  • 7. Paul Gaugin
  • 8. Expressionism • attitude • not interested in naturalism • emotional states • distortion • violent or strong color • brushstrokes
  • 9. Kirchner
  • 10. Max Beckman
  • 11. Otto Dix
  • 12. Matisse (Fauve)
  • 13. Abstraction vs. Expressionism Form vs Emotion
  • 14. Cubism • rejects traditional perspective • represents objects from multiple viewpoints • emphasizes flatness of canvas
  • 15. Picasso Portrait of Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler 1910

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