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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 ﬂ 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 ﬂ 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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- Impressionism, Eduard Manet, 1897-Boulevard Montmartre eye, Dr. David Mi, art history trip, Maurice Ravel Played