TAMU ARTS 150 - Japonisme (3 pages)

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Covers the craze for Japanese style after Japan reopened its borders to outsiders

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Texas A&M University
Arts 150 - Art History Survey Ii
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ARTS 150 1st Edition Lecture 28 Outline of Lecture 27 I Alexandre Cabanel Modernity and Modernism II Gustave Corbet III Jean Francois Millet IV Edouard Manet V Bar at the Folies Bergere The Rise of Impressionism VI Claude Monet VII Pierre Auguste Renior VIII Mary Cassat IX Edward Degas Outline of Lecture 28 Japonisme I Impressionism II III IV Edward Degas Display of Japanese Decorative Art Lacquer Writing Box V VI Edouard Manet Monet VII VIII James McNeill Whistler Vincent Van Gough Current Lecture Japonisme Impressionism One of the first avant garde most concerned with capturing the visual phenomena aspects of light Edward Degas The Rehearsal Onstage Paris Impressionism Trying to capture the artificial light casts color onto the skin Little Dancer Fourteen Years Old bronze and mixed media Clothing is the equivalent to undergarments at the time These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Display of Japanese Decorative Art Philadelphia Centennial Exposition 1876 Japonisme the craze for all things Japanese Victorian interior vs Japanese temple interior Gaudy and clutered vs simple elegant clean Lacquer Writing Box e 18th cent Edo period Japan Minton Vase England Simple vs crowded simpler motifs gold plating less need for perfect perspective Foreigners are very interested in the Japanese prints they begin to be exported in mass quantity Edouard Manet Portrait of Emile Zola France Proto impressionism Japanese props to show that he is cultured Monet s Haystacks may have been inspired by the Views of Fuji series His house in the country is filled with Japanese art Monet Japanese Bridge France Impressionism James McNeill Whistler Old Battersea Bridge England Impressionism Lots of oil in the paint to thin it out Lots of shades of blues can see canvas texture through the paint because it is thin Arrangement in Grey and Black Number One The Artist s Mother Whistler s

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