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Impressionism. BY Colm Williamson . Questions. Impressionist artists often depicted ___________ class people “______________.” Impressionist paintings are often characterized by __________ brushstrokes and ___________ colors.

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BY Colm Williamson

  • Impressionist artists often depicted ___________ class people “______________.”
  • Impressionist paintings are often characterized by __________ brushstrokes and ___________ colors.
  • Claude Monet’s painting “__________,___________” coined the term “impressionism” by critic Louis Leroy.
what is impressionism
What is Impressionism?
  • Based on impression
  • Bright colors
  • Wide brushstrokes
  • Rapidly executed
  • “En plein air”

Claude Monet, “Water Lilies”

  • The Impressionist movement can be a seen as a result of prior art movements and artists, 19th century scientific advances and culture, and eccentric artists of the time period. Impressionism can also be viewed as a movement which revolutionized art for future generations and began the transition from realism to the abstract.
influences on the impressionist movement
Influences on the impressionist movement
  • Prior art Movements and artists
  • Contemporary artists
  • Middle class culture
  • Advances in science, travel and art
  • Joseph Mallord William Turner and EuegeneDelacriox
  • Use of color
  • Depiction of light

J.M.W Turner, “Rain, Steam, and Speed- The Great Western Railway"

  • Interest in everyday life
  • Impressionism is an extension of realism
  • Nature is not idealized

HonoréDaumier, “Third Class Carriage.”

eduord manet
  • Inspiration of The Impressionists
  • Bold, modern paintings
  • Impressionist techniques

EduordManet, “Luncheon on the Grass.”

claude monet
Claude Monet
  • Coined term “Impressionism”
  • Impressionist techniques
  • Essence of Impressionism

Claude Monet, “Impression, Sunrise.”

anonymous society of painters etc exhibit
Anonymous society of painters etc. exhibit
  • Monet, Degas, Pissaro, Renoir, etc.
  • Heavy criticism
  • Eventual acceptance
  • Novelist support
middle class culture
Middle Class culture
  • Support from middle class
  • Leisure of middle class

Berthe Morisot, “Little Girl with a Blue Jersey.”

the color theory
The Color theory
  • Experimenting with colors
  • New shading technique
  • Complementary colors

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, “The Skiff”

advances in painting
Advances in Painting
  • Paint tubes
  • New colors
  • Less toxic

Claude Monet, “Beach at Trouville.”

advances in travelling
Advances in Travelling
  • Railway System
  • Studio Boats
conclusion impact of the impressionists
CONCLUSION: Impact of the impressionists
  • Transition from Realism to abstract

Daniel Ridgway Knight, “Waiting for the Ferry.” Vincent van Gogh, “Starry Night Over theRhône.”