Impressionism and Post- Impressionism Vocabulary 1.Landscape- a painting or drawing of the land or a natural environment 2.Portrait- a picture or likeness

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  • Impressionism and Post- Impressionism Vocabulary 1.Landscape- a painting or drawing of the land or a natural environment 2.Portrait- a picture or likeness of a person. 3.Impressionism- a style of painting characterized by a concentration on the general scene or object and the way light effects the scene or object. 4.En Plein Air- French for in the open air. Sketching or painting outdoors, as opposed to in a studio 5.Still life- a painting or drawing of flowers, fruit, or other assorted objects 6.Brushstroke- the movement of an artists brush full of paint or ink on a surface. 7.Tight brush stroke- when the brushstrokes on a painting are not visible, giving the art a polished look 8.Loose brush stroke- when specific strokes from a brush are visible on a painting
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  • Why learn about Impressionism? We will see how master artists have painted. learn about the artists who influenced our Plein-aire Oil Pastel Unit. learn how to read art and talk about it. Use this information when putting together your 1 st art history book.
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  • Impressionism- 19 th century art movement Word is from Sunrise Originated in Paris Used large brush strokes Focused on the effects of the change in time Influenced by the invention of photography and other industries Claude Monet, Impression Sunrise, 1872. http://www.toffsworld.com/art_artists_painters/impressionist_impressionism_art_ movement.htm
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  • Artists of Impressionism and Post Impressionism MonetVan Gogh PissarroMary Cassatt RenoirSeurat Matisse
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Impressionists Monet Renoir Pissarro Post Impressionists Seurat Van Gogh Mary Cassatt Matisse
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  • Changing times: The Industrial Revolution
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  • Paris Salon of 1865
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  • Examples of paintings hung in the French Salon (Artists: Delacroix and Poussin) -What does the subject matter of these two paintings seem to be? -What style of clothing are the subjects wearing? -What are the main colors?
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  • Honor DaumierHonor Daumier satirized the bourgeoises scandalized by the Salon's Venuses, 1864
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  • Bazilles Studio, Frederic Bazille (studio shared with Renoir and includes Monet, Renoir, Bazille holding the pallette, and Manet wearing a hat.) Hanging paintings had been refused by the Salon.
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  • Monet 1840-1926 Rouen Cathedral during.what times of day?
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  • Waterlilies, 1920-1926, Musee de lOrangerie. Water Lilies, 1919, Metropolitan Museum of ArtMetropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Nympheas, 18971898, Los Angeles County Museum of Art
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  • Madame Monet and her Son 1875 oil on canvas 39 3/8 x 31 7/8 in. Arrival of the Normandy Train, Gare Saint-Lazare 1877 Oil on canvas 23 3/4 x 31 1/2 in.
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • PISSARRO 1830-1903. Avenue de l'Opera, Paris
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  • Pissarro Boulevard Montmartre la nuit, 1897, oil on canvas Orchard in Bloom, Louveciennes 1872 oil on canvas 17 3/4 x 21 5/8 in.
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Renoir 1841-1919 The Swing The Two Sisters Luncheon of the Boating Party Painting of Renoir by: Frdric Bazille
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  • RENOIR, Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette, 1876, Musee dOrsay.
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Mary Cassatt 1844-1926 Children Playing On The Beach Breakfast in Bed Title unknown In the Loge, 1879 Lydia Seated In The Garden With A Dog In Her Lap
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  • Portrait of Mary Cassatt by Edgar Degas Portrait Of A Little Girl The Letter, 1890-91 Boating Party
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890) Self Portraits Sketch, in Paris, 1886. With felt hat, 1886. 1886-87. With Straw Hat, 1887. With a Japanese print, 1887. ( influenced by Pointillism,) 1887. With a bandaged ear, in Arles, 1889. At Sainte-Remy, 1889.
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  • Irises Vase with Twelve Sunflowers Sunflowers
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  • Starry Night reed pen study, 1889, part of the Baldin Collection. it does me good to do whats difficult. That doesnt stop me from having a tremendous need for, shall I say the word ---for religion. So I go outside at night to paint the stars. Van Gogh, the letters to Theo van Gogh. On or about Saturday, 29 September 1888.
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  • Starry Night, 1889, oil on canvas, Museum of Modern Art.
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  • Van Gogh, Bedroom in Arles, 1888, Van Gogh Museum.
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  • Auvers-sur-Oise, July 1890. They are vast stretches of wheat under troubled skies, and I did not have to go out of my way very much in order to try to express sadness and extreme loneliness. I'm fairly sure that these canvases will tell you what I cannot say in words, that is, how healthy and invigorating I find the countryside.
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Pointillism/Neo-impressionism Seurat A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte
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  • Seurat
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist
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  • Fauvism Henri Matisse 1869-1954 Woman with a Hat The Green Stripe (La Raie Verte), also known as Portrait of Madame Matisse Red Room Still Life with Geraniums
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  • The Luxembourg Gardens. Open Window, CollioureOpen Window, Collioure,
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  • Blue_Nudes Jazz The Sheaf The Horse, the Rider, and the Clown
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  • Need to know (COMPLETE SENTENCES) 1.Full name of artist---born-died----where from 2.Introductory sentence about artist 3.Type of brushstroke used by artist 4.Color Relationship(s) used by artist 5.Content- What is the artwork about? 6.One fun fact about the artist