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Transcript of impressionism
-He was a key figure in the Impressionist movement that transformed French painting in the second half of the nineteenth century. Claude Monet IMPRESSIONISM -His style started being very traditional. - - Later down the road, his style evolved to an impressionist one. - He captured his social and anarchist thinking in his paintings, so he painted the French rural life. - His best paintings were painted in the "Pontoise period" (1872-1884) The Chestnut Trees at Osny, 1873 Harvest in Montfoucault, 1876 Landscape at Chaponval, 1880 - In 1895, his sight illness got worse and that made him to not
move from his house, so he painted landscapes that he saw
from the window of his house in Paris. Opera Avenue, 1898 - He finally died in 1903 in Paris. -Throughout his long career, Monet consistently painted the landscape and leisure activities of Paris and its environs as well as the Normandy coast. -Monet found subjects in his immediate surroundings, as he painted the people and places he knew best. - It occurred by the end of the XIX century. -He is characterized mainly by concentration on the general impression produced by a scene or object and the use of unmixed primary colors and small brush strokes to simulate actual reflected light. -He finally died in Giverny in 1923. - The artist paints what he sees. Camille Monet (1847–1879) on a Garden Bench Charasteristics of the Impressionism The Bodmer Oak (1840–1926) Garden at Sainte-Adresse (1840–1926) Edouard Manet - There's a like of painting outdoor scenes. -He was a French painter
-He is recognized for his influence on the founders of Impressionism. Of all the artists of his time, Manet was the most contradictory.
-He spent most of his life looking fame and fortune but now he is accepted as one of the greatest painters of the Impressionism.
-The general tone of Manet's work isn't the tone of a painter worried about the visual world, He is a distant observer who contemplate from an elegant distance the spectacle that surrounds him.
Finally he died in 1883 - The artists tried to express the ''impression'' by the light, colours of the atmosphere etc... - The artists tried to express their subjective point of view in their paintings. - The shadows reflected the colour of the sky which gave an effect of freshness and natural light to the landscape. Olympia, 1863 The cafe concert, 1878 The Barricade, 1873 - Short brushstrokes gave the sense of distinguish between the little things from the big ones. Thank you for your attention
-Juan Manuel Ucero Calderón
-Alex Márquez Ruiz
-Jorge León Cubero
-David Pérez Urbano
-Javier Alex Blanco - The backgrounds were usually opaques. - There were usually French / Parisians landscapes.
-Pierre Auguste Renoir is one of the most famous Franch painters.
-These paintings are inspired in Classics ,Renaissance and Baroque paintings.
-Renoir offers a most sensual interpretation of Impressionism more inclined to the ornamental and the beauty.
-He always kept one foot in tradition, he was in relation to the painters of the 18th century that showed the society Gallant Rococo , with Watteau.
-In his paintings his characters are always enjoy, in a pleasant nature.
-He treat theme of flowers, sweet scenes of children and women and especially the female nude.
-Finally he died in 1919 Edouard Manet Los Remeros,1881 Claude Monet El Columpio, 1876 Auguste Renoir The railway, 1873 Historical Context -Impressionism originated in France
in the 1860's
-Impressionist painters celebrated the overwhelming vision of nature seen in the splendour of natural light.
-For France (where Impressionism started) it was a stable and brilliant epoch for culture. La Gare Saint-Lazare, 1877 Apricot-trees