Lecture 23 - Lecture 23 1. Worldliness of impressionism. a....

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Lecture 23 1. Worldliness of impressionism. a. Painted on a white ground, thus lighter because if the lighter base b. Lacks spiritual dimension c. Everything for the sake of modernity d. Not conceptual e. Not enough room for individual personality. f. NO explicit moralities 2. Picasso, born in 1881,  a. Science and charity i. Lighter than impressionist palette ii. Idea of the spiritual along with the  b. Woman ironing, 1904 i. Sketchy stroke work learned from the impressionism ii. The sharpness of the angles and the head is a expression of the heaviness of the  work iii. Blue period work iv. 1901 - 4 v. Looking at medieval work, reference to the statue of the Prophet Jeremiah, early  gothic work. vi. Symbolist  works c. 1904/5 Pink Period d. The Actor, Blue/Pink Period i. MET ii. Actor on the stage reciting his lines iii. Prompter at his feet giving his lines. iv.
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