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Week 4 Notes

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Week 4 Notes ARTH 103

GPA 3.6
History of Art - Early to Late Modern
Mr. Joseph Gregory

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History of Art - Early to Late Modern
Mr. Joseph Gregory
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by jca69 on Sunday October 18, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to ARTH 103 at Drexel University taught by Mr. Joseph Gregory in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see History of Art - Early to Late Modern in Art History at Drexel University.

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Date Created: 10/18/15
ARTH 103001 Justin Allison 101315 1 Ball at the Opera Edouard Manet 1873 i Portrayal of a masquerade ball ii Bourgeoisie men would have these events so they could hook up with women outside of their social class iii This piece was seen as immoral because a It exposed this behavior b It didn t explicitly condemn this behavior 11 Place de la Concorde Viscount Lepic and His Daughters Edgar Degas 1873 i Mimics the snapshotlike composition of photography ii Not a traditional frame composition 111 At The Theatre Degas 1880 i Composed as a pointofview shot from his seat in the theater ii Shows the action overtheshoulder of the woman in front of him IV Absinthe At the Cafe Degas 1876 i Nonbourgeois woman sitting next to a bohemian outsider hippy class ii Both characters are modeled after actual people iii The woman is a model who later became an actress iv The man is an artistplaywrightactor who was a friend of Degas and Manet V The Tab i Degas liked the reality of the movement that came with a woman trying not to fall in a bathtub ii One of a series IMPORTANT VOCAB Pleinair open air painting 101515 II III ARTH 103001 Justin Allison Dancer Looking at the Sole of Her Right Foot Edgar Degas 18961911 i One of the wax sculptures found in Degas studio after his death ii Preserved in bronze iii Degas used these sculptures to study the human form Impression Sunrise Claude Monet 1872 1 Criticized for being just an impression This coined the term Impressionism ii This piece was then shown in the first Impressionistic exhibition in 1874 iii Impressionism Internal over External subjective experience of light and color Other relevant Monet works i Le Boulevard des Capucines 187374 ii Bend in the Epte River Near Giverny 1888 iii Poplars 1891 iv In 1891 he did a series of haystack paintings and a series of renderings of the Rouen Cathedral


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