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Realism

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This presentation provides an introduction to Realism in art, including France, the US, and Russia.

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Realism

  1. 1. Realism
  2. 2. France
  3. 3. Honoré Daumier 1801-1879
  4. 4. Rue Transnonain, April 15, 1834
  5. 5. The Uprising, 1860
  6. 6. The Third-Class Carriage, 1862-64
  7. 7. Rosa Bonheur 1822-1899
  8. 8. Plowing in the Nivernais, 1849
  9. 9. Going to Market, 1851
  10. 10. Returning from the Mill, 1860
  11. 11. Changing Pasture, 1863
  12. 12. Gustave Courbet 1819-1877
  13. 13. A Burial at Ornans, 1849
  14. 14. The Stonebreakers, 1849
  15. 15. The Grain Sifters, 1855
  16. 16. Landscape with Dead Horse, 1857
  17. 17. Poor Village Woman, 1866
  18. 18. Edouard Manet 1832-1883
  19. 19. Olympia, 1863
  20. 20. Luncheon on the Grass, 1863
  21. 21. A Bar at the Folies-Bergère, 1881-82
  22. 22. The United States
  23. 23. Winslow Homer 1836-1910
  24. 24. In Front of Yorktown, 1862-63
  25. 25. Prisoners from the Front, 1866
  26. 26. A Rainy Day in Camp, 1871
  27. 27. The Fog Warning (Halibut Fishing), 1885
  28. 28. Herring Net, 1885
  29. 29. Thomas Eakins 1844-1916
  30. 30. The Dancing Lesson, 1878
  31. 31. Shad Fishing at Gloucester on the Delaware River, 1881
  32. 32. Eakins’s Art Students Bathing (Photograph), 1883
  33. 33. The Swimming Hole, 1883-85
  34. 34. Jennie Augusta Brownscombe 1850-1936
  35. 35. The Homecoming, 1885
  36. 36. Love’s Young Dream, 1887
  37. 37. Russia
  38. 38. Vasily Perov 1834-1882
  39. 39. The Last Journey, 1865
  40. 40. Troika: Apprentices Hauling Water, 1886
  41. 41. Ilya Repin 1844-1930
  42. 42. Volga Boatmen, 1873
  43. 43. They Didn’t Expect Him, 1888
  44. 44. Arrest of a Propagandist, 1892

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