Art History Slides 32- - Manatee School for the Arts
Art History Slides 32-40 Post Impressionism Post-Impressionism refers to an artistic style that followed Impressionism at the end of the 1800s. Most Post-Impressionist artists began as
Impressionists, but then decided to try new ideas. Seurat was Post-Impressionist because he did not paint like artists before him, but invented the Pointillist style. Other artists like Vincent van Gogh wanted to add emotion and symbolic meaning to their art
through color and line. Van Goghs work often contained bold color and expressive brushstrokes! Georges Seurat Georges Seurat was a French painter who founded a painting style called
pointillism. He began painting in the style of Impressionism but soon became more interested in scientific color theory. He is famous for using little dabs or points of pure bright color to paint. When viewed from a distance,
the eye mixes the colors together. A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte Georges Seurat 1884-86
Slide 32 Bathers at Asnieres Georges Seurat
The Circus Georges Seurat Vincent Van Gogh Vincent Van Goghs application of paint was indisputably direct, for he often squeezed
paint straight from the tube onto the canvas! His restlessness registered in his art, animating skies and trees into a swirling embroidery of line and color. There is an emotional quality in Van Goghs art that seems to always evoke response.
The Starry Night Vincent Van Gogh 1889 Slide 33
Paul Gauguin If a place has a spirit, Tahitis soul has been forever cast into the art of Gaughin. He has arrested the bright tropical colors in his exotic beaches, filled with splashy sarong patterns
and powerful carvings. Tahitian Women on the Beach Paul Gauguin 1891
Slide 34 Henri Toulouse-Lautrec Lautrecs fascination with Parisian night life is documented in his paintings, drawings, and prints. Characters and performers-can-can
dancer June Avril and the famous La Goluecontinue to make their appearances in Lautrecs art to this very day. His sense of design, advertising graphics, and fine craftsmanship converged to form ToulouseLautrecs witty and unforgettable posters. At the Moulin Rouge
Henri Toulouse-Lautrec 1891 Slide 35 Expressionism
After Gauguin and van Gogh showed the way, art abandoned its traditional goal of depicting nature and exploded into the twentieth century with violent colors, abstract forms, and emotional subjects in an attempt to express the contemporary mind.
Henri Rousseau The Sleeping Gypsy Henri Rousseau
1897 Slide 36 Dance I Henri Matisse
1909 Slide 37 Wassily Kandinsky Kandinsky took his cue from music and sought to distribute geometrical elements across the
canvas the way tones and motifs are distributed through a musical score. To Kandinsky, circles and triangles were evocations of the spiritual, inner life of man. In painting, he strives to impose pictorial reason on emotional experience.
Composition 8 Wassily Kandinsky 1923 Slide 38
The Scream 1893 Edvard Munch
Slide 39 Gustav Klimt Gustav Klimt, whose incredibly ornamental works, addressed romantic themes of love and life. During his golden period, the artist makes much
use of gold in his choice of colors, even to the extent of applying real gold leaf to his canvases. Gold is in fact a non-color and its shimmering vibrations suggest associations with the mystical, the religious, and the magical, as well as reflecting the preciousness of the subject.
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