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  1. Post-Impressionism

  2. History • Late 19th Century • 1886-1914 • The artists began as Impressionist, but broke away from the style • Rejected its limitations on focusing on color and light, not spontaneous, more form and order. • The basis of many 20th century works

  3. Characteristics • Gave more definition and form to subject matter • Formal order and structure • Used vibrant, expressive, and arbitrary color • Thick application of paint • Distinctive brush strokes • Self-Expression vs. Representation

  4. Artists • Georges Seurat • Paul Cezanne • Paul Gauguin • Vincent Van Gogh • Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec

  5. Georges Seurat • Developed the technique, Pointillism • Rather then spontaneous broken brushstrokes • Very planned and carefully applied mixing of color • Optically mixed complementary colors • Should fuse together from a distance

  6. Seurat, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte

  7. Seurat, La Cirque

  8. Seurat, Bathers at Asnieres

  9. Seurat, Cirque Sideshow

  10. Cirque Side Show Detail

  11. Paul Cezanne • Was mentored by Pissarro • Broke down reality to see the underlying geometry in nature • Work has a permanent look, not a fleeting glance • His work • Eliminate ariel and linear perspective • Lay flat • Used color to indicate depth • Inspired Cubism

  12. Cezanne, Mount Sainte Victoire

  13. Cezanne, L “Estaque

  14. Cezanne, Maison Maria on the way to Chateau Noir

  15. Cezanne, Still Life with an Open Drawer

  16. Cezanne, The Basket of Apples

  17. Paul Gauguin • Flattening of form. • Refused to reproduce • Intensified arbitrary color • Spent a lot of time in Tahiti • Paved the way to Primitivism • Had a friendship with Van Gogh

  18. Gauguin, Swineherd

  19. Gauguin, Les Alyscamps

  20. Gauguin, Tahitian Landscape

  21. Gauguin, The Seed of the Aereoi

  22. Gauguin, Vincent Van Gogh Painting Sunflowers

  23. Vincent Van Gogh • Dutch • Inspired Expressionism • Thick Paint • Emotionally charged • Painted hundreds of Self-Portraits • Did lots of series of paintings on a variety of subjects. • Went through a lot of spurts of depression. • Made over 2,100 works of art

  24. Van Gogh, Starry Night

  25. Van Gogh, Irises

  26. Van Gogh, Wheatfield with Cypresses

  27. Van Gogh, Café Terrace of the Place du Forum Aries

  28. Van Gogh, Vase with Twelve Sunflowers

  29. Van Gogh, Bedroom in Aries

  30. Van Gogh, Asylum Garden at Aries

  31. Self-Portraits

  32. Slide Identification • Get out a piece of paper • Title Paper • “Slide ID Post-Impressionism” • Write your Name, Date, Period • Number your Paper #1-7 • Answer • Full Name of the Artist

  33. #1

  34. #2

  35. #3

  36. #4

  37. #5

  38. #6

  39. #7

  40. #1 Georges Seurat

  41. #2 Paul Gauguin

  42. Paul Cezanne #3

  43. #4 Georges Seurat

  44. Vincent Van Gogh #5

  45. Paul Cezanne #6

  46. #7 Vincent Van Gogh