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Test 4:

Rococo – Post-Impressionism

definitions
Definitions
  • Signature style
    • Techniques, subject matter, and ways artists paint that distinguish them from other artists
  • Subject matter
    • What the artwork is about
    • The object depicted
  • Provenance
    • History of ownership
    • Paper trail of authenticity
definitions cont
Definitions cont.
  • Repatriation
    • Returning artworks to country of origin; rightful ownership issues
  • Forgery
    • Artwork credited to original artist but not made by them
    • Deliberate creation to deceive art experts and buyers
rococo
Rococo
  • Continuation of Baroque period
  • Closely associated with Paris, France
  • Wide usage of pastel colors, especially blues, pinks, and greens
  • Major artist: Charles Lebrun
neoclassicism
Neoclassicism
  • Neo: new
  • Virtue, return to Classical ideals
  • Patriotism, political themes
  • Calm, smooth surfaces
  • Glossy, ordered grids
  • Major artists:
    • David
    • Ingres
david
David
  • Oath of the Horatii
  • 1784
  • Leader of the Neoclassical movement
romanticism
Romanticism
  • Dramatic, emotional
  • Violent energy
  • Liberty
  • Power of nature
  • Bright color
  • Motion
  • Major artists
    • Gericault, Delacroix
gericault
Gericault
  • Raft of the Medusa
  • 1818
  • Leader of the Romantic movement
delacroix
Delacroix
  • Liberty Leading the People
  • 1830
  • Student of Gericault
realism
Realism
  • Response to Neoclassicism and Romanticism
  • Portrayed life as it was, no idealism
  • Subject matter:
    • Poor people in everyday situations
    • Landscapes
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Realism
  • Major artists:
    • Courbet
    • Whistler
    • Harnett
  • Sub-genre: Photo realism
    • Ultra-realistic paintings
    • Harnett painted photo realism
courbet
Courbet
  • The Stone Breakers
  • 1849
  • Leader of Realism
whistler
Whistler
  • Nocturne in Black & Gold: The Falling Rocket
  • 1875
  • American expatriate
impressionism
Impressionism
  • Concerned with light and color
  • Free brush strokes
  • Painted outside, “en plein air
  • Influenced by photography, cropping
  • Painted using primary colors
  • Placed colors side-by-side to fool the eye
  • Sub-genre:
    • Pointillism – using dots of paint
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Impressionism
  • Associated with Paris, France
  • Major artists
    • Monet
    • Manet
    • Seurat
    • Renoir
    • Degas
monet
Monet
  • Haystack
  • 1891
manet
Manet
  • Luncheon on the Grass
  • 1863
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Manet
  • Olympia
  • 1863
seurat
Seurat
  • Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of Grande Jatte
  • 1884-86
  • Pointillist
    • Used dots of paint to make paintings
post impressionism
Post-Impressionism
  • Grouped together because of time period
  • Did not share a similar style
  • Major artists:
    • Van Gogh
    • Cezanne
van gogh
Van Gogh
  • Starry Night
  • 1889
  • Textural paintings
  • Was sick man
cezanne
Cezanne
  • Still Life with Cherries
  • 1885-87
  • Reduced subjects to basic geometric shapes
    • Cone
    • Cylinder
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Goya
  • The Third of May
  • 1808
  • The man without an “-ism”
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