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Lecture 4 19 th Century Technological advancements: electricity, telegraph, x-rays, rubber, telephone, machine gun 1853: US forced Japan to open doors to trade with the western world; heightened orientalism Manifest destiny : idea particular to US. Concept of bringing civilization to places; they assume these places need a western system to operate. Socialism emerged at this time; a movement that condemned capitalism as unjust. Carl Marx : believed capitalism corrupted humanity Emil Zola : Wrote “The Lady’s Paradise”: story of a department store personalized as a monster (taking away happiness from family business) Realism Realism tries to make a truthful representation of the visual experience (personal); naturalism uses science to properly represent the truth (impersonal) Realists: Manais, Courbet Concerned with concrete, ‘matter of fact’ depictions of everyday life Paint “only what I can see” Naturalism
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