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Unformatted text preview: Impressionist Art Di f erences in the art world. Dr. David Mi ! s Tuesday, December 11, 2007 Eduard Manet, 1866- Drew a at boy with no back ground Vermeer, 1658- Milkmaid painted a realist picture- life like ( Manet ) Jackson Pollock, 1950- One This painting makes no sense. He knows that painting is on a at screen. Art needs no context. It doesn t need a subject or setting. Camille Pissarro, 1897- Boulevard Montmartre He doesn t draw every eye and nose etc Manet and detail Not a whole lot- he only puts detail in where the focus is. You look at someone and only have your eyes focus on what you are looking directly at New Art Impressionism Mone t What it is... Capture the impression of what is there. It is light striking an objective f lm and making an objective im- pression of what is there. It is how the light changes. Sunrise- Monet Monet worked on it while it was happening. Critics thought it was bad and dismiss is this sort of sloppy painting. They refused to exhibit these at the salon which breaks or makes your career. The impressionist made their own salon- the salon of the refused. it bethe salon of the refused....
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