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MEMBERS OF THE TEAM

Student A: Lucy Tinoco
Give a little introduction about the assigned artwork. Give a little introduct...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lti9XlDA
sYI&list=PLvQo8hDRhTmFbmcm43f6B3H
1S1bkgv-ne&feature=share&index=13
WHAT WAS THE ARTWORK ABOUT ?
The artwork was a compilation of the work of the Post-impressionist
artist, Vincent Van Gogh....
POST-IMPRESSIONISM. 1886 TO 1914
Actually Post-impressionism wasn’t a formal movement. Post Impressionism was
the result o...
CHARACTERISTICS. OF IMPRESSIONISM
Technical
Characteristics.

Tahitan
Women on the
beach. Paul
Gauguin.

Bold colors.
Thic...
CHARACTERISTICS. OF IMPRESSIONISM
Emotional
Characteristics.
Breaktrough traditional religious and
mythological subjects.
...
CONTEXT
HISTORICAL CONTEXT
-Second Industrial Revolution
- the facility of carrying painting
-Technology
-Enlightnment
-From the s...
- Train's apogee.
- Electricity.

- Mechanization.
- Birth of the petroleum industry.
- Vulcanization.

- Automobile.
- Te...
SOCIAL CONTEXT
- Unemployment.
- Cheap products/ mass production
- Health improvements.
- Transportation and communication...
CULTURAL CONTEXT

Power of Darkness - Leon Tolstoy
(1886)

Garcon d’Honneur, Paul
roux ( 1883)
VINCENT WILLEM VAN GOGH

(1853-1890)
From The Netherlands.
His brother, Theo, was a really important figure for him.
In a ...
Los girasoles (1888)
Habitación en Arles(1888)
LA NOCHE ESTRELLADA (1889)
EUGENE HENRI PAUL GAUGUIN
(1848-1903)
French paintor and sculptor.
His paintings influenced Picasso, fauvism and the germa...
EL CRISTO AMARILLO 1889
LA SIESTA (1891) TAHITI
CERCA DEL MAR ( 1892).
PAUL CEZANNE
(1839-1906)
French paintor.
He studied laws .
He met Caravaggio and Velazquez who inspired him.
He made frien...
JUGADORES DE CARTAS (
1893)
Montaña la Saint ( 1870)
River Banks( 1905)
REFERENCES.
Fine Art Friday: Post-Impressionism’s Influence on Modern Art. (n.d.). Welcome to
the Craftsy Blog RSS. Retrie...
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  1. 1. MEMBERS OF THE TEAM Student A: Lucy Tinoco Give a little introduction about the assigned artwork. Give a little introduction of the the movement, enlist the main characteristics and features of the artistic movement. Student B: Kike Zarate Give a brief explanation of the different contexts of the movement. Student C: Vania Urizar Expose the most representative artist of the movement. In charge of assembling the presentation.
  2. 2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lti9XlDA sYI&list=PLvQo8hDRhTmFbmcm43f6B3H 1S1bkgv-ne&feature=share&index=13
  3. 3. WHAT WAS THE ARTWORK ABOUT ? The artwork was a compilation of the work of the Post-impressionist artist, Vincent Van Gogh. The title of the video “The dreams of Van Gogh” making reference to the quote of himself “I dream my paintings and then paint a dream.” The artwork by Alejandro Delgado, from Morelia, Michoacan, is a window into Van Gogh’s world, and how we can relate his paintings with his daily life, with his mental disease.
  4. 4. POST-IMPRESSIONISM. 1886 TO 1914 Actually Post-impressionism wasn’t a formal movement. Post Impressionism was the result of a few independent artist at the end of 19th century. They were looking to break the Impressionism limitations. Each of the artist involved developed a personal style, and that was the point of Postimpressionism, that everyon has a different way to see the external beauty by painting with a personal and emotional point of view, wich sets them apart from impressionist painters. Their styles were focused on the structural, the emotional, the symbolic and the spiritual elements. All these elements they argued they were missing in the Impressionist movement.
  5. 5. CHARACTERISTICS. OF IMPRESSIONISM Technical Characteristics. Tahitan Women on the beach. Paul Gauguin. Bold colors. Thick brushstrokes Geometric and definitive forms Symbolic content Flattened perspecive. A Sunday Afternoon on the Île de la Grande Jatte. Georges Seurat.
  6. 6. CHARACTERISTICS. OF IMPRESSIONISM Emotional Characteristics. Breaktrough traditional religious and mythological subjects. Break away from naturalism Painted with emotion, focus on a more subjective and creative way to see the world. A Sunday Afternoon on the Île de la Grande Jatte. Georges Seurat. The Church at te Auvers sur Oise. Vincent Vna Gogh.
  7. 7. CONTEXT
  8. 8. HISTORICAL CONTEXT -Second Industrial Revolution - the facility of carrying painting -Technology -Enlightnment -From the second half of the 19th Century to the World War I. -The innovations are science based. -Steel factories.
  9. 9. - Train's apogee. - Electricity. - Mechanization. - Birth of the petroleum industry. - Vulcanization. - Automobile. - Telephone.
  10. 10. SOCIAL CONTEXT - Unemployment. - Cheap products/ mass production - Health improvements. - Transportation and communications. - Overpopulation
  11. 11. CULTURAL CONTEXT Power of Darkness - Leon Tolstoy (1886) Garcon d’Honneur, Paul roux ( 1883)
  12. 12. VINCENT WILLEM VAN GOGH (1853-1890) From The Netherlands. His brother, Theo, was a really important figure for him. In a moment of his life he intended to be a priest. His paintings influenced the expresionism and the fauvism. He had a mental illness, that was representated in his art works.
  13. 13. Los girasoles (1888)
  14. 14. Habitación en Arles(1888)
  15. 15. LA NOCHE ESTRELLADA (1889)
  16. 16. EUGENE HENRI PAUL GAUGUIN (1848-1903) French paintor and sculptor. His paintings influenced Picasso, fauvism and the german expresionism . He worked at the parisien stocked exchange. He abandoned his family, after a bad economic time he suffered. Van Gogh radically. and a specific trip to the Martinica changed his paintings
  17. 17. EL CRISTO AMARILLO 1889
  18. 18. LA SIESTA (1891) TAHITI
  19. 19. CERCA DEL MAR ( 1892).
  20. 20. PAUL CEZANNE (1839-1906) French paintor. He studied laws . He met Caravaggio and Velazquez who inspired him. He made friendship with Guillaumin and Pissarro. They changed his style radically. After his father died, Cezanne abandoned his son and his son. He inspired cubism.
  21. 21. JUGADORES DE CARTAS ( 1893)
  22. 22. Montaña la Saint ( 1870)
  23. 23. River Banks( 1905)
  24. 24. REFERENCES. Fine Art Friday: Post-Impressionism’s Influence on Modern Art. (n.d.). Welcome to the Craftsy Blog RSS. Retrieved January 28, 2014, from http://www.craftsy.com/blog/2013/10/van-gogh-and-modern-art/ Post Impressionism - The Roots of Modern Art. (n.d.). Post Impressionism. Retrieved January 27, 2014, from http://www.artyfactory.com/art_appreciatio McNeil, I. (1996). An encyclopaedia of the history of technology. London [u.a.: Routledge. Bennett, S. (1979). A history of control engineering: 1800 - 1930. London: Peregrinus. Smil, V. (2005). Creating the twentieth century: technical innovations of 18671914 and their lasting impact. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Landes, D. S. (1969). The unbound Prometheus: technological change and industrial development in Western Europe from 1750 to the present. London: Cambridge Univ. Pr.

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