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Post Impressionism-Kimberly Dewar
Transcript of Post Impressionism-Kimberly Dewar
Village in Tahiti La Grande Jatte ~Attended École des Beaux-Arts ~Pointillism (small dots) ~Genre scene ~Did numerous self portraits ~Painted himself 37 times ~ Sense of isolation is due to path leading
nowhere and by the uncertain direction
of flight of the crows ~Still life ~"You know that the peony is Jeannin's,
the hollyhock belongs to Quost, but the
sunflower is somewhat my own." ~ Painted at the bank of the Rhone river ~Painting depicts the view outside his
sanitarium room window ~Swirling brush strokes ~Shows the crucifixion of Christ taking place
in nineteenth century northern France as Breton
women are gathered in prayer Van Gogh ~Mental illness: cut off his earlobe and killed himself Gaugin ~Influence of folk art and Japanese prints ~Work evolved towards Cloisonnism( style of post-Impressionist painting with bold and flat forms separated by dark contours) ~Important figure in the Symbolist art movement ~The perspective of the painting is as if you were in the crowd ~Artwork: rough beauty, emotional honesty, and bold color Seurat ~Technique of painting known as pointillism(tiny strokes of contrasting color) ~Founded Neo-Impressionism ~Use of blue and yellow in paintings ~Swirling brush strokes Pointillism ~Detail from Seurat's
La Parade de Cirque ~Definition: tiny brush strokes ~Geometric(precursor to cubism) Cezanne ~Still lifes ~Nudes ~Landscapes ~Mt. St. Victoire ~Still lifes Cezanne ~Nudes ~Not robust like Rubens Cezanne ~Still lifes were consisted of fruit
and skulls(reminder of death) ~Bathers Cezanne ~ Paintings depict Mt. St. Victoire ~A mountain located in
southern France ~Posters for Moulin Rogue Toulouse-Lautrec ~Stunted growth ~Painted dancers and hookers ~Influence absinthe(hallunciations) ~Excelled at capturing crowd scenes Moulin Rouge Toulouse-Lautrec Poster for Moulin Rouge ~Influenced by classical Japanese woodprints ~Depicts the Moulin Rouge cabaret
built in Paris Toulouse-Lautrec ~Depicts prostitutes ~Toulouse-Lautrec was fascinated with the
women of prostitute houses, and actually took
up residence in Parisian brothels of the Rue de
Moulins for weeks at time The End Spirit Of The Dead Watching Tahitian Women On The Beach Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going? Salon at the Rue des Moulins Femmes de Maison In Bed ~Similar to Impressionism ~Continued experimentation in style, color, and subject matter ~Intense color ~Swirling Brush strokes