Terms- French Colonialism

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Terms – Images of French Colonialism 1. Realists a. a painter who represents the world realistically and not in an idealized or romantic style 2. Orientalists a. They Study/paint Near and Far Eastern societies and cultures, languages and peoples often Westerners 3. Gerome a. Rejected impressionism in order to continue French neoclassicism b. Had works in orientalist style, historical style c. Was also a French sculptor d. Helped to lead France to an artistic climax 4. Renoir a. French Artist who was a leader in the impressionist style b. Much concentration on beauty and feminine sensuality c. Famous works include: Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette 5. Delacroix a. French Romantic painter b.
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Unformatted text preview: Helped to influence the impressionist painters with expressive brush work and his study of the optical effects of color c. Interesting fact: was inspired by Shakespeare in some of his works 6. Édouard Manet a. Controversial during his time – one of the painters creating transition from Realism to Impressionism b. French c. Most famous work: Luncheon on the Grass i. Controversial because 2 dressed men and 2 nude women 7. Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres a. French Neoclassical Painter b. Most well known for his portraits, also a painter of history c. Greatly disliked the romantic style of painting, since it was not academic in nature...
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