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Revision: Peintures / Atget. Semester 1 Final French 3. Les peintres “anti- académie ”: Les peintres de BARBIZON. The French Academy had insisted painters be trained in the “Neo Classical” tradition.

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revision peintures atget

Revision: Peintures/Atget

Semester 1 Final

French 3

les peintres anti acad mie les peintres de barbizon
Les peintres “anti-académie”:Les peintres de BARBIZON.
  • The French Academy had insisted painters be trained in the “Neo Classical” tradition.
  • Landscapes were not considered a noble subject matter. They were seen only as a backdrop to historical paintings.
  • Barbizon painters LOVED landscapes!
jean fran ois millet
Jean-François MILLET
  • He was a “Realist/Naturalist” painter.
  • Loved to paint the humble peasant farmer.
  • The Gleaners, 1857
monet
Monet
  • Father of Impressionism
  • He loved to experiment with the effect of light on subjects-would often paint the same object over and over at different times of the day

Painted outdoors, “en pleine-aire”.

c zanne
Cézanne
  • Cézanne was the father of modern art.
  • His work was rather abstract, based on the cylinder, cone and sphere.
  • He loved still-lifes, landscapes and portraits.
matisse
Matisse
  • He loved to experiment with wild colors.
  • He was one of the “Fauves” (Wild Beast) artists.
  • Towards the end of his career, he used cut paper to “paint with scissors”.
eug ne atget

EugèneAtget

Maker of “documents” of Paris,

Late 1800’s, early 1900’s