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Post Impressionism

By Anna Nelson and Gerrit Garberich
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Anna Nelson

on 25 October 2013

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Transcript of Post Impressionism

Post Impressionism
1884-1910
What is Post Impressionism?
Artists reactions to Impressionism
Created pathways for future
Form, color, emotion, design
Not a movement, but a time period
Extended Impressionism to new level
Georges Seurat
Experimented in color
Pointilism: contrasting of miniature dots of colors that form a single hue
Paul Cezanne
Built with paint
flat paintings
wanted to reveal nature's basic structures& their relationships in space
Auguste Rodin
father of modern sculpture
first to sculpt real emotion
Multiples of same figures
Paul Gaugin
Primitivism
spiritual/emotion
experimented with color and flatness of form
Vincent Van Gogh
used color arbitrarily to express emotional intensity
thought landscape had expressive emotional significance
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec
Graphic designer
always felt like outsider, uses dividers in pictures

Artist Timeline
Seurat 1890
Cezanne 1900
Rodin 1890
Gaugin 1890
Van Gogh 1890
Lautrec 1890
Painting Answer Key
1. Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grand Jatte by Seurat 1884
2. Pyramid of Skulls by Cezanne 1901
3. Mounte Sainte-Victoire Seen from Lauves by Cezanne 1902
4. The Three Shades by Rodin 1881
5. The Kiss by Rodin 1881
6. The Thinker by Rodin 1881
7. Gates of Hell by Rodin 1880-1917
8. The Bedroom by Van Gogh 1889
9. At the Moulin de la Galette by Lautrec 1889
10. Self Portrait by Van Gogh
11. Le Lit by Lautrec 1891
12. At the Moulin Rouge by Lautrec 1892
Identify These Paintings
Compare and Contrast These Paintings...
The End...
By Gerrit Garberich and Anna Nelson
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