Postimpressionism - 6. Confined twice in a mental...

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Postimpressionism pp.354-358 Introduction Rejection of Impressionism All had their own individual style Rejection of pure visual to feeling - how the artist feels about the scene A. Paul Cezanne (1839-1906 Paintings 1. Self Portrait 2. Mont Sainte-Victoire 3. Still Life with Apples 4. Landscapes B. Vincent van Gogh (1853-1890) Facts 1. Used large quantities of paint for three-dimensional effect 2. Son of a Protestant Pastor 3. Served as a Pastor, but had awkward personal and social skills 4. Sold only one painting 5. Brother Theo cared for him
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Unformatted text preview: 6. Confined twice in a mental institution 7. Committed suicide at age 37 Paintings 1. Self Portrait 2. The Starry Night 3. The Night Caf C. Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) Facts 1. Amateur painted for years, professionally a stockbroker 2. Gave up his career, wife, and family to be a professional painter 3. Wanted to live in Tahiti 4. Created new paints from flowers - bright colors Paintings 1. Self Portrait 2. Vision After the Sermon 3. Ia Orana Maria 4. Calvary 5. The Spirit of the Dead Watching 6. Tahitian Women with Mango Blossoms...
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