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Gustave Moreau

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Gustave Moreau, pintor frances poco conocido, pero muy importante en la historia del arte ya que fue el antecesor de varias corrientes artísticas modernas.

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Gustave Moreau

  1. 1. Gustave Moreau 1826 -1898 Click
  2. 2. Gustave Moreau 1826 -1898 French painter, one of the leading Symbolist artists. He was a pupil of Chassériau and was influenced by his master's exotic Romanticism, but Moreau went far beyond him in his feeling for the bizarre and developed a style that is highly distinctive in subject and technique. His preference was for mystically intense images evoking long-dead civilizations and mythologies, treated with an extraordinary sensuousness, his paint encrusted and jewel-like. Although he had some success at the Salon, he had no need to court this as he had private means, and much of his life was spent in seclusion. In 1892 he became a professor at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and proved an inspired teacher, bringing out his pupils' individual talents rather than trying to impose ideas on them. His pupils included Marquet and Matisse, but his favorite was Rouault, who became the first curator of the Moreau Museum in Paris (the artist's house), which Moreau left to the nation on his death. The bulk of his work is preserved there. . english Click
  3. 3. Gustave Moreau 1826 -1898 Vinculado a los principales poetas simbolistas, extrajo de la fantasía motivos de inspiración alejados de lo cotidiano. Fue también un notable expositor teórico. Gustave Moreau demuestra en sus obras la influencia del pasado academicista de la pintura de Francia. Trabajó en el gran formato que se dedicaba a la gran pintura de historia, pero trataba los temas desde el punto de vista de la belleza estética y la anécdota sentimental. Se le considera dentro del movimiento simbolista, y desde luego tendrá gran influencia entre los simbolistas reconocidos, como Matisse y Rouault, que fueron sus alumnos, así como sobre surrealistas y fauvistas. La pureza de la línea en Moreau se debe a su aprendizaje en la academia así como a la herencia pictórica que había dejado vigente Ingres. Pese a que ni sus temas ni su técnica corresponden a los de los Impresionistas, estuvo íntimamente relacionado con este movimiento, especialmente a través de su relación con Degas. español Click
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  5. 5. Presentación: Nicolás Svistoonoff

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