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Cult & Val Ch.18

Humanities - Art

What is the beautiful age (era)that lasted from 1870-1914 La Belle Époque
What is La Belle Époque? The beautiful age (era)that lasted from 1870-1914
What is Impressionism? An artistic movement during the late 19th century that radically shifted emphasis away from realism of form and toward capturing light and color as perceived by the eye
What was the artistic movement during the late 19th century that radically shifted emphasis away from realism of form and toward capturing light and color as perceived by the eye called? Impressionism
Who is Henrik Ibsen? A Doll’s House, 1879, Norwegian Playwright
Post-Impressionism General term for varying styles of painting, mainly in France, that developed after the Impressionist movement
Expressionism Early 20th Century style of painting, popular in Germany, which aimed to use color and theme to express the growing social and political tensions of the times
Stream-of-Consciousness A literary technique that attempts to describe a character’s or the author’s thought processes, either of memory or perception of the outside world, without imposing structure
Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of pure color are applied in patterns to form an image. Neo-impressionism and Divisionism are also terms used to describe this technique of painting.
Fauvism from French les fauves or “the wild beasts.” Early 20th century style of painting characterized by extremes of color and form. See Henri Matisse
Ubermensch Superman; term invented by Nietzsche to describe a “superior human”
Paris, France The art capital of the world is Paris, France. The place that will make or break an artist.
Die Brucke - 1905 German School of German Expressionism, means “The Bridge” - Emil Nolde, The Last Supper
Der Blaue Reiter - 1911 German School of German Expressionism, means “Blue Rider”
Two Schools of German Expressionism Die Brucke(means “The Bridge”)& Der Blaue Reiter - 1911 (means “Blue Rider”)
Edouard Manet Dejeuner sur l’Herbe or Luncheon on the Grass, 1863
Claude Monet Impression: Sunrise, 1872-74; Water Lilies series, 1920-1925
Claude Monet “Father of Impressionism”
Pierre Auguste Renoir Moulin de la Galette, 1876; The Boating Party, 1881, Happy paintings of people Enjoying themselves…usually on the weekend
Edgar Degas The Dance Class (Ballet), 1874
Edgar Degas “Keyhole” views of women during private moments
Mary Cassatt Mother and Child, 1889
Georges Seurat Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, 1884-1886,
Georges Seurat Expressed scientific theories on color and developed Pointillism.
Paul Gauguin la Orana Maria, 1891;
Paul Gauguin Painted many views of natives of Tahiti
Paul Gauguin Paintings are somewhat religious with an exotic and flamboyant use of color
Paul Cezanne Mont Sainte-Victoire, 1906,
Paul Cezanne He believed that all of nature could be expressed through geometric shapes. Cones, spheres, cylinders.
Vincent van Gogh The Potato Eaters-1885; Night Café-1888; Starry Night-1889; Self-Portraits
Edward Munch The Scream, 1893
Edward Munch Norwegian Painter
Henri Matisse The Joy of Life, 1906
Emil Nolde The Last Supper, 1909
Marcel Proust A Remembrance of Things Past, 1913-27
Marcel Proust Stream-of-Consciousness writing
Henrik Ibsen A Doll’s House, 1879, Norwegian Playwright
The SUPERPOWERS that BECAME RICH during the Industrial Revolution. ENGLAND – Because they started it, GERMANY – Iron ore, & FRANCE – Iron ore
Industrial Revolution The invention of machinery by discovery of steam powered machines
Democracy in America Thousands of immigrants fled to the US because of the PROMISE of MATERIAL ABUNDANCE
Friedrich Nietzsche Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1883-1892)
Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1883-1892)got into the hands of this person Adolf Hitler
If you want to be an Ubermensch, you need to have this? The WILL TO POWER – energy that casts off all moral restraints.
La Belle Epoque (the beautiful age) – Art was challenging this mood, TWO THINGS INFLUENCED THE ART WORLD 1) Joseph Niepce who invents the first camera in 1826 & 2)Ukiyo-e - (Cheap 2-D Japanese prints) are flooding European markets
Cheap 2-D Japanese prints which start flooding European markets. Poor people were able to afford them Ukiyo-e
Joseph Niepce Invents the first camera in 1826. The camera will do some damage to the art world, because it started eliminating the artists that painted portraits
“wild beasts” Leader of the Fauve Movement Fauve
des la France @ 1905 when an art critic sees their exhibition and he will say that a statue he saw there – “was like a Donatello among the wild beasts Fauvism
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