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Post-Impressionism

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Noelle Pouzar, Olivia Word Post-Impressionism Post-Impressionism (1886- 1914) The term ‘post-impressionism’ was used by Roger Fry to define the style of art that these new artists in a general sense by just saying that the new style was after the style of impressionism.
In search of a new style
From using color and light to landscape, to using light and color in terms of describing the nature or structure of a subject
The bridge between impressionism and abstraction
Brushstroke techniques
Imagination vs. reality
More personally expressive than impressionism
Brighter palette
Moved away from the ‘journalistic’ tendencies of earlier styles 11.24, 1864 -9.9, 1901 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Paris, France
Italy Countries of Practice Social Political/Historical Events Country of Origin: Alibi, France

Characteristic of their style: Was very intrigued by night life and the luxury of society in Paris. He was described as having a very gluttonous personality - this deeply affected his work in the studio.

Preferred Medium: Oil Painting, Printmaking (posters for celebrities)

Quote: “In our time there are many artists who do something because it is new; they see their value and their justification in this newness. They are deceiving themselves; novelty is seldom the essential. This has to do with one thing only; making a subject better from its intrinsic nature.” Date: 1890 (about 26 years old)
Size: 45 1/2 x 59 inches
Medium: Oil on canvas Dance at the Moulin Rouge Additional Images Country of Origin: Zundert, Netherlands

Characteristic of their style: Prefers to draw still lifes with a mixture of abstraction, plays with color and contrast. In some paintings he will use brighter colors, and in some he will focus on using a lot of darker ones.

Preferred Medium: Oil on Canvas

Quote: I dream of painting and then I paint my dream.. Vincent van Gogh 3.30, 1853 - 7.29, 1890 Starry Night Date: 1889 ” Size: 29” x 36" Medium: Oil on canvas Additional Images Paul Cézanne 01.19, 1839 - 10.22, 1906 Country of Origin: Aix-en-Provence, France

Characteristic of their style: Prefers still life (similar to Van Gogh), plays with color and abstraction yet does not venture too much into fantasy (as opposed to Van Gogh). Was a perfectionist, was highly interested in 3D art.

Preferred Medium: Oil on canvas, watercolor

Quote: I could paint for a hundred years, a thousand years without stopping and I would still feel as though I knew nothing. The Card Players Date: 1890–92 Size: 25 3/4 x 32 1/4 in Medium: Oil on canvas Additional Images Georges-Pierre Seurat 12.2.1859 - 03.29.1891 Country of Origin: Paris

Characteristics: Invented pointillism (making a painting with tiny dots, created colors with tiny dots of a bunch of colors that as a whole make up another color). He was also very into the study of color theory.

Preferred Medium: Oil on canvas

Quote: Some say they see poetry in my paintings; I see only science. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte Additional Images Date: 1884 Size: 27 3/4 x 41 in. Medium: Oil on canvas Works-Cited Page 1. "Post Impressionism." West Valley College, Saratoga CA . N.p., n.d. Web. 31 Aug. 2012. <http://instruct.westvalley.edu/grisham>
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14. "GEORGES PIERRE SEURAT." GEORGES PIERRE SEURAT. Mesa County Valley School District #51,, n.d. Web. 12 Sept. 2007. <http://www.artheritageprogram.org/Seurat07.pdf>. Unraveling of national politics
Advancement in transportation (cars, bicycles)
Rise in night life
Alcohol
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