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Review+Final+2010+_+3+.Quideau (1) - 1857-59 Corot Hagar in...

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Victorian era: reign of Queen Victoria (r. 1837-1901), period of prosperity & industrial greatness. PRB (or Symbolic Realism): moralizing, serious themes, very detailed, realistic manner, rich in symbolic meanings. Spiritual, moral, and religious paintings: above materialism of Victorian Era. Artistic credo: “truth to nature”.
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Millais. Christ in the House of His Parents ,1850
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Millais, Ophelia 1851-52, oil on canvas
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Dante Gabriel Rossetti (1828-82). The Annunciation , 1849-50
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Rossetti, Found (Unfinished) 1854
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Ford Maddox Brown (1821-93). Work 1852-63
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1848 Revolution: Proletariat Revolution 1848-1852: Second Republic (Louis-Napoleon) 1852-1870: Second Empire (Napoleon III) Barbizon: village near the Forest of Fontainebleau (30mns South-West of Paris) Barbizon School: plein air, rough sketches, atmospheric, w/out exact center of interest, rejection of industry Landscapes: change from Ideal / Heroic to empirical / rural (from Italy to Holland & England )
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Millet. The Gleaners, 1857
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Millet. The Angelus
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Unformatted text preview: , 1857-59 Corot, Hagar in the Wilderness, 1835 Corot, Forest of Fontainebleau , 1830-31 Corot, Orpheus Leading Eurydice from the Underworld 1861 Rousseau, Under the Birches, Evening 1842 Rousseau, The Forest in Winter at Sunset 1845–67 • Realism: based on contemporary life; opposite of idealization; empirical (direct) observation; part instead of the whole; slice of life; instantaneity; new value on low subjects; rejection of hierarchy • Naturalism: term used intermittently w/ Realism during late 19 th century: heredity and social environment determine character. Supposed to be truer than Realism because of sciences: an extension of Realism Courbet. After Diner at Ornans , 1848-49 Courbet, Stone Breakers 1849-50 (lost in WWII), oil on canvas Courbet, A Burial at Ornans 1849-50 Courbet. Peasants of Flagey Returning from the Fair , 1850 Courbet, The Meeting (Bonjour, Monsieur Courbet) 1854 Courbet, The Painter's Studio: A Real Allegory of Seven Years of My Artistic Life, 1854-55...
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  • Spring '11
  • FlorenceQuideau
  • Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Gustave Courbet, Monsieur Courbet, w/out exact center

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