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Realism  - ∙ a term that refers to a period in mid-nineteenth century painting; also refers  to any style concerned with the realistic, optical-perceptual depiction of concrete reality  Rembrandt Harmensz, van Rijn  - ∙ (1606–1669) the ultimate old master of the  Baroque; one of van Gogh's primary influences and a fellow Dutchman  Pierre-Auguste Renoir  - ∙ (1841–1919) important Impressionist portrait and figure  painter  Romanticism  - ∙ refers to dominant nineteenth-century movement (or any other style)  that values emotion over intellect or rationality  Joseph Roulin  - ∙ a postman in Arles; a good friend and favorite portrait model (along  with his family) for van Gogh  Rousseau, Theodore  - ∙ (1812–1867) Realist landscape painter and founder of the  influential Barbizon School  Rubens, Peter Paul  - ∙ (1577–1640) great Flemish Baroque master whom van Gogh 
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2011 for the course ART 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Texas State.

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