Ch. 18 Art

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Ch. 18 Art
2013-01-23 03:04:35

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    • Monet, Impression: Sunrise
    • Credited with giving impressionism its name
    • Impressionist
    •  Gaudí, Casa Milá
    • Wavy walls symbolized how nature has no straight lines
    • Expressionist 
    • Heckel, Two Men at a Table
    • Used ghostly colors and pointed lines to show tension
    • Expressionist
    • Monet, Red Boats at Argenteuil
    • Used bold popping colors and short rapid brush stokes
    • Impressionist
    • Matisse, The Red Studio
    • No shading, very flat
    • Fauvism
    • Renoir, Two Girls at a Piano
    • Beautified scene of everyday activities
    • Impressionist
    • Degas, The Rehearsal 
    • Showed dancing isn't a perfect as it's perceived
    • Impressionist
    • Gaugin, Ia Orana Maria
    • Represents Mary and Jesus with an angel in the background
    • Post-impressionist
    • Nolde, Pentecost
    • One of the few expressionist painters to use religion
    • Expressionist
    • Manet, Le Dejeuner sur l’Herbe
    • Nude women with clothed men was shocking to people
    • Impressionist
  1. Van Gogh, The Starry Night
    • Brushstrokes allowing for movement
    • Post-impressionist 
  2. Munch, The Scream
    • Scream of nature
    • Expressionist
    • Seurat, A Sunday on La Grande Jatte
    • Composed of small dots of different colors, technique called pointillism he developed
    • Post-impressionist
    • Morisot, A View of Paris from the Trocadero
    • Fence showed separation of women from the city
    • Impressionist
    • Rodin, The Kiss
    • Lips don't actually touch because the figures were interrupted 
    • Impressionist
    • Cezanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire
    • Tried to make nature very geometric
    • Post-imp
  3. Degas, The Tub
    • Keyhole perspective
    • Impressionist
    • Van Gogh, Night Café
    • Reflects people are unhappy and alienated
    • Post-imp
    • Cassatt, Mother Combing Sara’s Hair
    • Mother's face typically turned away and the child is the main focus
    • Imp