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Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides

Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
Impressionism ~ Art History ~ Impressionist Art ~ 236 Slides
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This is a very thorough presentation of the art of Impressionism Movement. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES IN THE PREVIEW FOR YOUR REVIEW. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY.

The artists covered, in alphabetical order are:
Marie Bracquemond, Gustave Caillebotte, Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, Armand Guillaumin, Édouard Manet, Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alfred Sisley.
*Paul Cézanne is included for that portion of his career when he was with the Impressionists, being mentored by and painting with Pissarro.

We also look at the paintings of artists in other countries who were doing their own versions of Impressionism. There was Childe Hasaam, Winslow Homer, Charles Conder, and others, in that category.

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EXCERPT: PISSARRO'S PAINTING STYLES
WINTER: Pissarro liked painting winter landscapes because of the quality of the light and shadows.The shadows were not colorless and dark to him. They were instead myriad tones to be captured by a muted palette. Winter also softened and blurred forms while reflecting light. These were ideal conditions for the Impressionist style.

HIS FRIEND'S STYLE: By 1886, Pissarro felt he had to try something new. He’d painted incessantly in the Impressionist style for years and was tired of it. He was close to Seurat so picked Pointillism, which was Seurat’s special painting strength. Pissarro was amazed at how slow Pointillism was as a process. He had a naturally spontaneous temperament which was well suited to Impressionism but not Pointillism. Seurat had an entirely different temperament which was mathematically suited to that process. Pissarro had always been prolific too but it was impossible to be prolific with Pointillism. He ultimately decided that it would be better to revise his Impressionist style rather than carry on with Pointillism.

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236 pages
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