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Industrial Revolution: The Impressionist Painters

A presentation about impressionist painters in the time of the Industrial Revolution

Sarah Catcher

on 21 April 2010

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Transcript of Industrial Revolution: The Impressionist Painters

Sarah Catcher Impressionist Painters
During the
Industrial Revolution World History Period 6 5-21-10 What is impressionism? There were many things that made the Industrial Revolution a historical time period.
Many aspects of life were changing and expanding. Art is only one part that changed greatly during this time. Late 19th and also the 20th century Before, painting was all about "painting it like it is" What you saw or felt from a quick glance or within just a moment Was like a first impression or something Who were some impressionist painters?
Some of the leaders of impressionist movement were...... Edouard Manet Claude Monet Edgar Degas Pierre-August Renoir What Impact did Impressionism have? In the beginning, impressionist painters suffered severe financial hardships One of the most identifiable styles in the history of Western art Originated in France "Merely think, here is a little square of blue, here an oblong of pink, here a streak of yellow, and paint it just as it looks to you." -Claude Monet Completely new style of art that is still a favorite today It was completely different from what anyone had ever seen before Common subjects were..... nature people Paris still life Use of different techniques Color
Introduced using lighter colors Brush work
Quick, broken brush strokes Locale
Worked outside The Impressionist painters greatly affected art, the Industrial Revolution, culture, and today's generation.
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