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L’art français. L’impressionisme. Commence en 1870 Traits: la couleur est plus importe que la forme ; s’intéresse à la nature et les portraits; les artistes ont travaillé en plein air ( outside )

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l impressionisme
L’impressionisme
  • Commence en 1870
  • Traits: la couleurest plus importeque la forme; s’intéresse à la nature et les portraits; les artistes onttravaillé en plein air (outside)
  • Artistes importantes: Claude Monet, EdouardManet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne
degas
Degas
  • S’intéressait beaucoup aux danseuses
renoir
Renoir
  • S’intéressait aux portaits et les scènes au café
monet
Monet
  • S’intéressait aux effets de la lumière (light) et ilaimaitrepeindre le mêmesujetplusieursfois
quel artiste
Quel artiste..
  • …aimait les danseuses?
  • …aimait la lumière?
  • …aimait les scènes au café?
  • Lequelpeintreaimez-vous le mieux? Pourquoi?
post impressionism
Post-Impressionism
  • Après l’impressionisme, l’art de France estdevenu beaucoup plus libéré. Des artistes comme Van Gogh, Gauguin, et Matisse sont de cette époque.
le surr alisme
Le surréalisme
  • Le surréalisme: créaitdes scènes et des images bizarre
  • “C’est simple! L’explication, c’estqu’iln’y a pas d’explication.” –Magritte
  • Nous allons lire les poèmesurrealistes “La Fourmi” et “Pour faire le portrait d’un oiseau” à la page 67-68.
magritte
Magritte
  • Magritte—un peintresurréaliste important du Belge
et vous
Et vous?
  • Préférez-vousl’artimpressioniste, post-impressioniste, ousurréaliste?
  • Quelpeintreaimez-vous le mieux? Et le moins?
projet
Projet
  • Project–
    • Option 1: Research and prepare a poster/presentation about a French painter or artist, or a French art movement (impressionism, surrealism, etc.)
    • Option 2: Design a poster with picture of celebrities, stating what you think they did to prepare that morning. (at least 3-4 celebrities; using passé composé of reflexive verbs)
    • Design a presentation with pictures or video describing your own daily routine. (may be in present or passé composé)
project guidelines
Project Guidelines
  • No matter which project you choose, be prepared to present your project to the class. We will work on our projects on Monday, and present them on Tuesday.
  • For the artist project, you may design a poster or a PowerPoint presentation. Include biographical information, characteristics, interesting information, and pictures of representative pieces.
  • For the celebrity project, find pictures of 3-4 celebrities, and for each one, provide 3-4 sentences stating what that person did to get ready this morning. Illustrate the meaning of your sentences—for example, if you say “Elle s’estmaquillée”, include pictures/drawings of makeup next to that sentence.
  • For the photo/video presentation of your own daily routine, you may use either present tense or passé composé. Try to include at least 5-6 things you do for your daily routine, and caption each picture/frame of the video.