Founder of pointillism, studied chemistry and scientific coloration
Why did others hate Seurat?
No "soul, chemist, notary"
pure points of color
"Sunday Afternoon at La Grande Jatte"
Laywer, studied art, rich (bought lots of art), all about technique
Who did Caillebotte give his art collection?
Caillebotte (1877, realistic!)
"Paris Street, Rainy Day"
Studied with Seurat, continued color study, used retangle brush stokes
"The Papal Palace in Avignon"
German jew, German style, late impressionist
Why was Liebermann unacceptable by French?
Fought against them in the Franco-Prussian War
Liebermann (1884, far away)
"Beer Garden in Munich"
Liebermann (1902, short brush strokes)
"The Man with the Parrots"
Van gogh/ Edvard Munch
Van Gogh (general)
Holand, no black paint, vibrant/violent brush strokes, worked with Gauguin, liked deep blues
Van Gogh failed as a?
Preacher, teacher, art/book dealer
Van Gogh suffered from?
Depression > cut ear off > suicide
Van Gogh (1888, took 3 days, 3 nights without sleep)
"Cafe Terrace at Night"
Van Gogh (1889, window at a help home)
Van Gogh (series, light brown beard)
Van Gogh (storm?, goulish church)
"The Church at Auvers"
"A Corn Field of Cypresses"
Van Gogh (most famous)
Edvard Munch (1893)
Stock broker, 5 kids, left family after 14 years, anti-catholism, moved to French Polynesia (Tahiti)
Rural scenes with contrast of colors, African/ Asia influence
2-D style, and SYMBOLISM
Gauguin (local, angel wrestling with devil)
"Breton Peasant Woman"
"The Spirit of the Dead Watching"
"Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?"
Henri de Toulouse-Latrec (general)
Flamboyant, art nouveau-posters, died of alcoholism, stroke and syphilis (lived with prostitutes)
Henri de Toulouse-Latrec (1894, painting)
Henri de Toulouse-Latrec (1894, poster)
Son of banker, gave up law, CUBISM
Object as either cylinder, spheres, or cones
Cezanne (famous series)
Cezanne (warm close up, cool back)
"The Bay of Marseilles"
"Still Life with Apples and a Pot of Primroses"
Fauvise, Asian and impressionist influences
"Nude in the Studio"
"The Burghers of Calais"
Chicago Worlds Fair
Henry Tanner (general)
"The Banjo Lesson"
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