CUBISM - CUBISM A MODERNIST WAY OF SEEING Impressionism...

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CUBISM: A MODERNIST WAY OF SEEING Impressionism Degas Monet Renoir Post-Impressionism Gaugin Van Gogh Cubism Picasso Armory Show 1913 Gertrude Stein Tender Buttons 1914 Extra Points: Cutting age art from Europe, showed how art can make people see differently. Modern Art-began 1870s in Paris- Different Subjects(everyday life), New Techniques(open air paintings), new assumptions about what the painted picture represented. 3d. not window pain to outside world. A revolution in a way. Good or bad defined at how effective it is. Impressionism-Edgar Degas(nr), The Washerwomen, capture scene-early in the morning, colors are muted. Not conventional. Everyday life Claude Monet(nr), women in the garden, Outdoors, bright sunlight on white dresses. Auguste Renoir, Young girl Bathing-not a beautiful girl, shows strokes on page. Post impressionist-Took impressionism further- Paul Gaugin-Tahitian women Bathing-study in color and shape-exotic Van Gogh, Mountians at Saint-Remy- not interest in producing what he see’s, but
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