Lecture 21 - Lecture 21 1. The Viscount Lepic, by Degas a....

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Lecture 21 1. The Viscount Lepic, by  Degas a. A flaneur b. Inspired by hiroshige's The Ferrymen c. Dispersed human subject matter. d. The ground has tilted up, says that the human prescense is only part of a larger world.  Embedded in a larger world e. Conflicting interests of subject matter, everyone turned a different directions, an urban  experience, where the attention is scattered  2. Rainy Day in Paris, more or less impressionist. Wealthy, died fairly young a. More finished than the other impressionists b. The colors are more blended and more muted. c. Is rather in a category by himself. d. Radical deep perspective, a certain amount of fragmentation e. Segmentation by the lamp, f. Cityscape, houssmann's new paris, very organized. Remarkable for their bulk, plain  geometry. Hugely commerical first floor.  3. Boulevard de Cappuccine a. Cityscape in a vertical fashion b. There are two versions
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Lecture 21 - Lecture 21 1. The Viscount Lepic, by Degas a....

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