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Post-Impressionism & the Arts and Crafts Movement


Concludes the Post impressionism period, introduces the arts and crafts movement

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Texas A&M University
Arts 150 - Art History Survey Ii
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ARTS 150 1st Edition Lecture 29 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 Outline of Lecture 29 Post Impressionism I Paul Gaugin II Henri de Tolouse Lautrec III Edvard Munch IV Edmonia Lewis V Auguste Rodin VI William Morris Arts and Crafts movement VII Art Nouveau VIII IX Victor Horta Tiffany and Co Current Lecture Paul Gaugin Vision after the Sermon France Post Impressionism Lots of vivid color asymmetrical Manao Tupapao Spirit of the Dead Watching Trying to adopt the styles Ancestor worship he doesn t get it quite right Henri de Tolouse Lautrec Deformed due to inbreeding that was meant to keep the line pure 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 Died at 36 completed most of his work in a ten year span Works portrayed the decadent colorful theatrical parts of life in France Portrait of Vincent Van Gogh France Uses hard strokes of color thick lines create a texture Compared to Van Gogh s self portrait shows him with his European features Poster of Jane Avril France color lithograph post impressionism Shows a dancer the kind that high kick their skirts up very simplistic dark outlines on everything Moulin Rouge la Goulue France color lithograph Post Impressionism Girl shown from behind Moulin Rouge translates to Red Windmill the name of a famous Paris nightclub Edvard Munch The Scream Norway Post Impressionism Painting what they feel Ominous due to two approaching figures Uses line and color to create a sense of emotion and tension Edmonia Lewis Forever Free marble Washington D C 1867 Academic Commemorates the Emancipation Proclamation Has changed the features slightly to make them more civilized Auguste Rodin Thinker France 1880 Impressionism Nudity symbolizes purity The Kiss 1889 Marble and bronze versions Only men were really allowed to view his work at the world expositions Burghers of Calais bronze Commemorating the self sacrifice of these men Final is not exactly what was originally approved Men do not look as heroic as one would think they should in a commemorative statue William Morris Sussex Chair and Textile Design England Arts and Crafts movement Morris would go out and pay people to hand make his style of chair Arts and Crafts movement Rejection of everything industrialized Art Nouveau new art Agree that the industrialized is ugly create new elegant pieces lots of floral Interior design becomes an encompassing idea for the whole room to be a certain style Victor Horta Stairway Tassel House Lots of curves and arches flowing feeling Tiffany and Co Revolutionizing glass blowing Beautiful patterns and shapes

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