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Week two notes

by: Kortney Keane

Week two notes HUM-113

Kortney Keane
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Notes from week two of class.
Exploring the Humanities
Michelle L. Ramthun
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Kortney Keane on Saturday September 3, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to HUM-113 at Iowa Central Community College taught by Michelle L. Ramthun in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Exploring the Humanities in Arts and Humanities at Iowa Central Community College.


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Date Created: 09/03/16
Exploring the Humanities Week Two Notes (Romance in Art) “The Swing” by Jean- Honore Fragonart 1776  Man pushing the swing is the woman’s secret lover.  Represents the changes in French society’s values and morals.  This painting is NOT from the romantic era of art.  Romance is both an era AND a universal theme. Impressionists (Romantic Era)  Era: 1860’s-1870’s Europe  Impressionism: Capturing light and color of a moment on canvas, sing bright colors and small paint strokes.  Creates an impression rather than an actual picture.  Photography replaced the need for accurate painted portraits. Impressionists  Well-known artists: Degas, Monet, Morisot, Picasso, Renoir, Cassatt  Romance= nature, expression, and SOME relationships.  Industrial revolution led to more leisure time, which is a common theme in impressionist paintings. Degas (Impressionist)  Painted ballet dancers in the Paris Opera House.  Romantic image of elegant dancers, who were actual working class.  Relationships between dancers and wealthy patrons of the Opera. Monet (Impressionist)  Term “impressionism” was coined by an art critic who disliked Monet’s painting style.  Nature is a common topic.  Use of colors and light.


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