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Impressionist painters

SPC HUM2300 Reynolds The Humanities: Culture, Continuity & Change Test II
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Edward Manet
• Most classical
• Studio painter
• Manet's gang café
• Influenced to paint outside
• Drew many people
Music in the Tuileries Gardens
• Manet
• 1862
• Depicts people in a setting
Le Dejeuner Sur l'herbe
• Manet
• Scandal
• Salon refused this work
Olympia 1863
• Manet
• Parisian Prostitute
Boating
• Manet
• Texture
• Movement in the water
The Balcony 1868
• Manet
• Framed people in a more realistic way
• Modern disconnectedness
The Winter Garden 1879
• Manet
• Stylish indoor Garden
• Loved fashions and textures
Bar in the Folies-Bergere
• Manet
• Reflections are not correct
Edgar Degas
• Painted horses, dancers, common and famous people
• Movement was important
• Non-central orientation
• Numerous sketches into each painting
• Manet's gang
Race Horses at Long Champs 1871
• Degas
• Combined sketches
Blue Dancers
• Degas
• Spotty brush strokes
• Shows feelings. Glistening glow
The Dancing Class 1871
• Degas
• Composed through composition
• Dancer were called rats
The Star 1878
• Degas
• Most famous painting
• Various details
Woman Ironing 1869
• Degas
• Drew all sorts of things
• Uncomfortable environment
Little Dancer of 14
• Degas
• His only sculpture
Claude Monet
• Obsessed with capturing light
• Insisted on 'en plain air'
• Impression, sunrise—name of impressionism
• Series-Rouen Cathedral
o Change of canvas every time light changed
Impression, Sunrise 1872
• Monet
Woman in a Garden 1866
• Monet
• Earlier work
• Fascination with light
St. Lazare Train Station 1877
• Monet
The Manneport 1886
• Monet
Rouen Cathedral Series 1894
• Monet
• 60 canvases going at the same time
• Different light, shadows change
Water Lilies Harmony in Green 1898
• Monet
• Different light
Bertha Morisot
• Woman—went to museum to copy master works
• Kept out of art school
• Taught by and modeled for Manet. He painted her
• Married Eugene Manet
Young Woman seated on a sofa
• Morisot
Woman at her Toilette
• Morisot
Camille Pissarro
• He was in all 8 impressionist Exhibits(dean of Impressionists)
• Moved in country and had a big family
• House was looted
o 40 out of 1500 paintings were saved
Boulevard Montmarte Winter morning 1897
• Pissarro
• From his balcony
Auguste Renoir
• Famous for painting women
• Fashion and other scenes
• Made painting for wealthy people
Madame Charpentier with Children 1878
• Renoir
Nude in the sunlight 1876
• Renoir
• Early lover
Dance at the Moulin de la Galette 1876
• Renoir
• His friends
The Luncheon of the boating party
• Renoir
• Most famous
• A lot of people that he knew
A young girl with daisies
• Renoir
Dance in the Country/Dance in the city
• Renoir
Mary Cassatt
• American in Paris
• Daughter of wealthy banker
• Academy of Arts in Pittsburg
• Solo show with Durand Ruel
• Learned from other impressionist
• Brought impressionism to America
Little Girl in a blue arm chair
• Cassatt
The Bath
• Cassatt
Cup of Tea 1880
• Cassatt
Georges Seurat
• Founder of Pointillism paint pure points of color
• Studied chemistry
• Was called an accountant
• Was hated and art was called soulless
• Painted small points
Sunday Afternoon at La Grande Jatte
• Seurat
Gustave Caillbotte
• Lawyer who studied art
• Inherited fortune and supported many other impressionist
Paris street, Rainy Day 1877
• Caillbotte
Paul Signac
• Studied under Seurat
• Continued color study
• Used rectangular brush strokes
The Papal Palace in Avignon 1900
• Signac
Max Liebermann
• German Jew
• Unaccepted by French impressionists
• Late impressionists
• German style
Beer Garden in Munich 1884
• Liebermann
Café Terrace at Night 1888
• Van Gogh
Cypresses 1889
• Van Gogh
The Church at Auvers
• Van Gogh
A Cornfield with Cypresses
• Van Gogh
Starry Night 1893
• Van Gogh
Edvard Munch
• The Scream 1893
Paul Cesanne
• Son of baker
• Cubism
• Famous series
Boy of Marseilles
• Cezanne
Still life with apples
• Cezanne
Henri Matisse
• Green stripe
August Rodin
• The Thinker
Chiae Hassam
• Crystal Palace
Van Gogh
• Mentally ill
• Thick brush strokes
• Many self portraits
• Worked with Paul Gaughin
• Father of Expressionism
• Committed suicide
• Cut off his ear
• Never used black paint