19th century Part II

19th century Part II - 19th century Part II The Stone...

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19 th century Part II The Stone Breakers (Gustave Courbet) The subject matter is revolutionary, strange, and odd. Showed working people on a scale that had not been used before. This type of subject is usually for historical purposes, not modern day working people High horizon line because he wanted to make it darker The original had been destroyed in the bombing of Drezden A realist painting. This is the founder of realism
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The Burial at Ornans (Gustav) Setting: Funeral for his father Critics: Found it odd because it is straightforward and boring. Not a significant painting. Showed everyday people in a event. Style: Linear view of the people
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The Gleaners (Millet) Setting: People are gleaning for crops in the field for leftovers. Critics: Not as progressive/ radical as Gustav because he depicts the people as ordinary and not laboring as much as Gustav’s stonebreakers.
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Bovine (Rosa Bonheur) Setting: Herding the bovine The Painter: Woman who was very financially well off.
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Garnier’s Opera Setting: Opera to see and be seen for the wealthy and important. Extremely ostentatious.
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Venus Setting: Venus is born from the sea and all the babies are celebrating her birth
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