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Impressionism 1860 – 1900 Introduction 1. Paris was the artistic center of activity in Europe. 2. Academy of Fine Art 3. Academy’s biennial Salon 4. A number of rejected artist begin to meet, partitioned the Emperor. 5. Allowed to have a showing two weeks after the Salon 6. Manet shocked the attendees with his “Luncheon on the Grass” 7. They continued to meet and became known as Impressionists 8. Impressionists – Manet, Monet, Renoir, Degas, etc Impressionism – Characteristics 1. Instant Eye Impact of scientific thought – camera Camera invented in 1839 Impressionism painted pictures like the camera took pictures Camera gave immediate focus with the background out of focus Manet was the first to paint that way – “A Bar at the Folies-Bergere” 2. Open Air Impact of scientific thought – color is a property of light Outside, lot of light, colorful Manet was last of the Impressionists to use open air Artists 1 Manet (1832 – 1883) Copied other artists work and make it more realistic
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Unformatted text preview: “Olympia” (1863) – copied from Titian’s “Venus of Urbino” (1538) “Luncheon on the Grass” (1863) – copied from Giorgione’s “Pastoral Symphony (1510) “A Bar at Folies-Bergere (1882) – instant eye “Argentevil” 2. Monet (1840 – 1926) Concerned about capturing the beauty of the world around him. “Impression: Sunrise” (1872) – the painting from which the group got its name “Water Lilies” – number of different paintings “Haystack at Sunset” (1891) “The Houses of Parliament, Sunset” (1891) 3. Renoir (1841 – 1919) Tried to capture the happy moments of life, especially seen in the lives of young women “The Moulin de la Galette” (1876) “Luncheon on the Boating Party” (1880) “Girl with a Water Can” “The Bathers” (1887) 4. Degas (1834 – 1917) Peeping Tom – reported what he saw, stressing neither good nor bad “The Rehearsal” (1874) “The Dancing Class” (1876) “The Woman Having Her Hair Comber” ....
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