20. Renoir The Gran! Boulevards. 1875. Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Such gures Characterize the wealthy patrons of the grand:
boulevards, and, like the kiosk, they constitute also diverse
spots of color and life which emphasize the animation of the
When Henr Tuckerman came to Paris in 1867, one of the
Chapter one thousands oi" Americans attracted there by the huge inter
Pans Transformed national exposition. he was bowled over by the extraordinary
changes since his previous visit twenty years before.
Janis Tomlinson, Goyas Modernity,
in From El Greco to Goya: Painting in Spain, 1561-1828 (NY: Prentice Hall, 1997), pp. 139-61.
1) tapestry cartoon
2) Rebellion of 2 May 1808
3) According to Tomlinson, Goyas ar
THE RHETORIC OF REALISM:
RHETORICS OF REALIST ART
USTAVE COURBET (181977) BELONGED TO THE.
PostRomantic generation of French artists and writers
that included Honor Daumier, J.F. Millet, Gustave Flaur
bert, and Charles Baudelaire. They were
Crow, Patriotism and Virtue
What major political event (relevant to our class) occurred in France in each of these years?
Briefly explain who or what is:
1) Salon exhibition?
2) Louis XVI and Marie-Anto
Crow, Classicism in Crisis
What political events relevant to our class took place in the following years?
Identify the following names and terms:
Eisenman, Rhetoric of Realism
I. Chronology: what political regimes ruled in these years?
Louis Napoleon, Napoleon III
il faut tre de son temps
1. According to Eisenman, what cult
Worksheet V Impressionism
When and what was:
What is the Impressionists relationship to the new Paris? Cite two paintings
According to Herbert, what