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Art-Expressionism

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The Potato Eaters
Vincent van Gogh
Oil on Canvas
1885
"The Night Café"
Vincent van Gogh
Oil on Canvas
1888
"The Starry Night"
Vincent van Gogh
Oil on Canvas
1889
"Dr. Gachet"
Vincent van Gogh
Oil on Canvas
1890
"Crow Over Wheat Field"
Vincent van Gogh
Oil on Canvas
1890
"Vision after the Sermon"
Paul Gauguin
Oil on Canvas
1888
"Spirit of the Dead Watching"
Paul Gauguin
Oil on Canvas
1892
"Where Do We Come From?
What are we?
Where are we going?"
Paul Gauguin
Oil on Canvas
1897
At the Moulin Rouge
Toulouse-Lautrec
Oil on Canvas
1892
"The Green Line"
Matisse
Oil on Canvas
1905
"Harmony in Red" or the Red Room
Matisse
Oil on Canvas
1908-1909
"The Scream"
Edvard Munch
Oil on Cardboard
1893
"Entry of Christ into Brussels"
James Ensor
Oil on Canvas
1888
"The Prophet"
Emile Nolde
Woodcut
1912
"The Night"
Max Beckmann
Oil on Canvas
1918-1919
"The Sacrifice"
Kathe Kollwitz
Woodcut
1922
Expressionism
The distortion of what the eye sees for emotional content.
Asymmetrical
To balance by adding differences.
Complementary color
A color on the opposite side of the color wheel.
Symbolism
Image that has a message or meaning beyond the obvious.
Plein-air
to paint in the open air
Pointillism
Colored spots next to gray ones. Causes retinal fatigue. This causes you to see a double image. Your brain then fills in with the complementary colors.
Hue
Hue is the name of the
colors. An example would be cadmium red, or candy apple red. These are colors within the red "family" or two different hues of color in this instance.
Primary Color
Primary colors are never mixed. These are the three basic colors. They can be used directly; red, blue and yellow.
Woodcut
a print made from a piece of wood; relief print taken from a carved piece of wood.
Fauvism
Wild Beast
Post Impressionism
Vincent van Gogh
Paul Gauguin
Toulouse-Lautrec
Fauvism
Derrian
Matisse
German Expressionism
Munch, Edvard
Ensor, James
Nolde, Emile
Beckmann, Max
Kollwitz, Kathe