Week 2 Textbook Notes
Week 2 Textbook Notes ARTH 103
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II III ARTH 103001 Justin Allison POSTIMPRESSIONISM The Art World at the end of the 19th century i Some called the state of art Belle Epoque the beautiful era ii Others called the state of art fin de si cle the end of the century iii Fin de si cle was paralleled by the Decadent Movement a literary trend led by the likes of Oscar Wilde that portrayed hedonistic and antiestablishment characters The New Industrial Revolution i Lots of new technology is being developed a Improved steam engine b Electricity c Telephone d Airplanes ii European nationalism and white supremacy at a peak iii Rise of psychology as an academic field of study iv New Woman movement an early feminist movement that Victorian men responded to with the reoccurring theme of the femmefatale PostImpressionism i Term first used by British art critic Roger Fry IV ii iii iV ARTH 103001 Justin Allison Ignored ideas of Realism Heavily in uenced by Japanese art Maj or postimpressionists a Paul Cezanne b Georges Seurat c Vincent Van Gogh d Paul Gaugin Paul Cezanne 1 839 1906 i ii iii iV Vi Entered drawing academy in 1861 and submitted darkthemed work to shock jurors Mentored by Camille Pissarro Mont SainteVictoire 188587 landscape painting precedes the many paintings Cezanne did of this location these paintings can be used to track Cezanne s style to see how it became more and more abstract In addition to landscape paintings he also did portraits still lifes and figure paintings Still Life With Apples In A Bowl 187983 Mont SainteVictoire Seen From Bibemus Quarry 18971900 Georges Seurat 18591891 i Studied at Ecole des BeuXArts in 1878 VI VII ARTH 103001 Justin Allison ii Developed a technique he called Chromoluminarism which is now called Pointillism or Divisionism iii Mixed colors optically rather than on a palette iv A Bathing Place Asnieres 1884 rejected by the Salon shown at the first exhibition of the Independent Artists V A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte 1886 vi Le Chahut 188990 Henri de ToulouseLautrec 18641901 i Contrast to postimpressionists of his era ii Crippled at a young age iii Made many images of the Cirque Fernanda iv Was popular for his lithographs advertising public spectacles V La Goulue 1891 lithograph featuring Moulin Rouge dancer Louise Weber Vincent van Gogh 18531890 i Known for his melancholy personality that was hard to work with ii Showed a sympathy for the lower class in The Potato Eaters 1885 iii Night Cafe 1888 iv Starry Night 1889 painted after he committed himself to a mental institution ARTH 103001 Justin Allison VIII Paul Gauguin 18481903 i Not classically trained was a collector turned painter ii Worked with Emile Bernard in 1888 to develop synthetism which put the importance of emotion over reality iii The Vision After The Sermon Jacob Wrestling With The Angel 1888 iV Where Do We Come From What Are We Where Are We Going 1897 shows Guaguin s interest in primitiVism the idea that ancient Egyptians and Persians were examples of the peaceful life humans had before civilization and could perhaps one day have again DaVies Penelope J E Walter B Denny Frima Fox Hofrichter Joseph Jacobs Ann M Roberts DaVid L Simon and H W J anson J anson39s History of Art The Western Tradition 8th ed London Prentice Hall 2011 Print ARTH 103001 Justin Allison
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