Art History 6C Modern - Contemporary
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1 2 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 Ex L 4 8 0 July m 1 2 3 Art History 6 C Modern to Contemporary Lecture 6 April 17 2014 Romanticism cont and Realism Political moment in which there is a shift The Empire Napoleon is ruler of France First Consul and the Emperor 18001815 Neo Classicism and Romanticism The Restoration 18501830 Restoration of the Monarchy Louis XVIII and then Charles X Autocratic ruler Romanticism not a consistent style that emphasizes on the individual and emotionally charged July Monarchy FRE Revolution of 1830 July 1848 King Louis is appointed king and overthrown Examples of the styles Ingres Odalisque is similar to David s sharp lines and brushwork but not anatomically correct had in uence from David Contemporary art history paintings depicts victims of the state and war Example Delacroix s Raft of the Medusa Depicts the struggles of those aboard the shipwreck and points finger at the Government for having appointed captains that were not qualified Romanticism is the golden age of caricature and the beginnings of Realism iberty leading the People Delacroix 1830 Last king of the Restoration Charles X imposes restriction upon the press and tries to return money and land back to aristocrats which they lost during the French Revolution Tries to restore the power to the church and stricter censorship Painting commemorates the alliance of workers and Bourgeoisie against Charles X and his National Guard July 1830 uprising against Restoration and Charles X is overthrown known as the July Monarchy Emotionally charged and in the Romantic period onarchy Louis Phillip aka the citizen king Constitutional monarchy under the Charter Triumph of Bourgeoisie workers are forgotten King Louis Phillip January 1831 attempted to stay in middle ground in equal distance from excess of popular power and abuse of royal power The pear becomes a representation of King Phillip that he later tries to imprison artists for comparing him to it but it is a pear so he can t impose a punishment among citizens for speaking about a pear King starts imposing censorship Honore Daumier 1 Made many lithographs 2 Ex gargantuan 1832 3 A giant who loved overeating and was made to resembles the king 4 The caricature depicts the giant shitting on the charter no consideration for the citizenry 5 King takes money from the poor and the petty bourgeoisie s money Charles Phillip 1 Voila Sirs We have the honor of presenting 2 An Aguste Bouquet re plastering june 1830 Prints incredible important powerful political weapon Many people would buy them Daumier Rue Transnonian l834after press forced underground 1 Event occurred in Lyon 2 Infamous act is portrayed death of many innocent people 3 Print actually wasn t censored 4 Riot as a result of anti union laws police shooting someone fired and caused the soldiers to shoot down all those in the rue transnonian The Revolution of 1848 1 Urban workers socialist regime 2 June Days and National Workshops Realism The Real vs Realistic 1 Kinds of Realism 2 Veracity close to the truth 3 Lifelike 4 Naturalistic 5 Verisimilitude 6 representation Barricades 1846 48 1 Potato blight famine 1 million die in Ireland 1 million migrate population decreases by 25 Recession mass unemployment Literacy in Germany and Austria rose 9 quotP Newspapers produced everywhere as a result and communication increases 7 Universal Workshops 10 hr workdays 8 Unstable uncertainty about who is going to rule Constituents Working class Bourgeoisie petit bourgeoisie and peasants Courbet Millet Daumier Courbet was in the petit bourgeoisie Ex Gustav Courbet After Dinner at Omas l848 49 1 Genre scene people having dinner 2 Figure has back turned toward the audience against tradition 3 Got prize from Salon no longer has to get approval from jury 4 to be in a position to translate the customs the ideas and the appearance 3 Maj or controversial Works by Gustav Courbet 1 The self appointed spokesman for realism 2 Ex The Stone Breakers 1849 3 This laborious job is set as example of the hard lives that many peasants had and meant to give the advice that if one does this While young you will do that and follow the same footsteps 4 The presentation of the Stone Breakers scared the more Wealthy because they were shaken into reality and the truth of What life is for the poor and the possibility of rebelion 5 The peasants of Flagey returning from the fair 1850 50 Burial at Ornas 1849 7 All these paintings are done in the Realistic style because they portray the hardships that the peasants live through and focus on the struggles they live 0
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