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  1. Review Test 4: Rococo – Post-Impressionism

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. Rococo • Continuation of Baroque period • Closely associated with Paris, France • Wide usage of pastel colors, especially blues, pinks, and greens • Major artist: Charles Lebrun

  5. Neoclassicism • Neo: new • Virtue, return to Classical ideals • Patriotism, political themes • Calm, smooth surfaces • Glossy, ordered grids • Major artists: • David • Ingres

  6. David • Oath of the Horatii • 1784 • Leader of the Neoclassical movement

  7. Romanticism • Dramatic, emotional • Violent energy • Liberty • Power of nature • Bright color • Motion • Major artists • Gericault, Delacroix

  8. Gericault • Raft of the Medusa • 1818 • Leader of the Romantic movement

  9. Delacroix • Liberty Leading the People • 1830 • Student of Gericault

  10. Realism • Response to Neoclassicism and Romanticism • Portrayed life as it was, no idealism • Subject matter: • Poor people in everyday situations • Landscapes

  11. Realism • Major artists: • Courbet • Whistler • Harnett • Sub-genre: Photo realism • Ultra-realistic paintings • Harnett painted photo realism

  12. Courbet • The Stone Breakers • 1849 • Leader of Realism

  13. Whistler • Nocturne in Black & Gold: The Falling Rocket • 1875 • American expatriate

  14. 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

  15. Impressionism • Associated with Paris, France • Major artists • Monet • Manet • Seurat • Renoir • Degas

  16. Monet • Haystack • 1891

  17. Manet • Luncheon on the Grass • 1863

  18. Manet • Olympia • 1863

  19. Seurat • Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of Grande Jatte • 1884-86 • Pointillist • Used dots of paint to make paintings

  20. Post-Impressionism • Grouped together because of time period • Did not share a similar style • Major artists: • Van Gogh • Cezanne

  21. Van Gogh • Starry Night • 1889 • Textural paintings • Was sick man

  22. Cezanne • Still Life with Cherries • 1885-87 • Reduced subjects to basic geometric shapes • Cone • Cylinder

  23. Goya • The Third of May • 1808 • The man without an “-ism”