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Impressionism Art movement
Transcript of Impressionism Art movement
Often sketched outdoor
Creates art in motion
a normal moment of life
flickering of light
a burst of rain What is Impressionism art like? 1840-1926
Founder of French impressionist
First impressionist exhibition Claude Monet Realism The rise of technology How and why did the revolution start? 19th centuries ( around 1870 to 1880)
Louis Leroy After Impressionism Man vs Technology Horse and train
Alex Colville 1954 Rain steam, and speed
Joseph Mallord William Turner 1844 Impression Sunrise -Break traditional rules
-ordinary scenes from everyday life
-avoid the use of dark colors
-Pointillism After Impressionism - Post Impressionism - Utilized outdoor sunlight and indoor light - Colors can be independent Camille Pissarro Landscape at Pontoise. Tries to capture a mood or movement
A bit blurry
Does not capture a feeling like a expressionism Louis Leroy Impressionism
Group of painters from 1847 exhibition,where sunrise was exhibited, the |mpressionism Painting By Claude Monet View of this painting
Le Havre harbor in France Important painting
Deride the exhibition Thanks - Independent Color Haystacks by Claude Monet Rain, Steam and Speed
Joseph Mallord William Turner 1844 - Shadows Painted. Man vs Technology Advancement of technology Horse and Train
Alex Colville 1954 - Returned London - 1460 of 1500 artwork Destroyed. - "The Father of Impressionism" - Pure Impressionist. -Germany, France, 1890
-25 haystack pieces (all the same haystacks)
-atmospheric influences: overall color
-Purpose: show the haystacks in the field after the harvest season