Post Impressionism 1850-1900

Post Impressionism 1850-1900 - Post Impressionism / 1850...

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Post Impressionism / 1850 – 1900 Part II Not coined until 1910 when all the post impressionists were dead
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Sunday Afternoon at La Grange (Seurat) Test Question Considered himself a neo-impressionist by painting more scientifically and structurally Pointism- painting in dots aka pixels. Tried to break down colors and make the viewer fuse them into an image Where you went to see and be seen. Different classes coming together Prostitute in the foreground with her man on the right. Has a pet monkey. The dogs show the class tension People look robotic as to freeze in time
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(Paul Cezzane) Shows mountain Tree establishes the picture plain Weaving together patches of color to make a 3d scene Interested in what is there
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Still Life (Cezzane) Creates a 3d picture Spills out into space
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Bathers (Cezzane) No sensuality / eroticism Extremely symmetrical Anti-realism
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The Night Cafe (Vincent Van Gogh) A place where you could go mad or commit a crime. Conveys this idea with the colors red and green Inharmonious because the colors clash against each other Rough drawing
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