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HUM 2250 Final Exam Study GuideArtistsManet – not impressionist “A Bar at the Folies-Bergere” dark paintings “The Execution of Maxamillian” “The Barricade”Monet – impressionist “En plein air” “Impression sunrise” Morisot – impressionist, grand daughter of Fragonard Pissarro – impressionist, shadowy artwork Renoir – paints light “Luncheon of the Boating Party” impressionist. Paints about people, beautiful parts of life. Degas – “Dance Class” paints horses, women John Singer Sargent – “Gassed” WWIMary Cassatt – “In the Loge” encourage industrialists to buy impressionist paintings. Influence over wealthy people because she is also wealthy. Paul Cezanne – “The Gulf of Mar…” Continues to paint outside. Sees paintings in patches of color. Paul Gaugin – “Day of the God” business man. Self promoter, opened gallery. Georges Seurat – “A Sunday on La Grande Jatte” came up with pointlism Van Gogh – “Starry Night” drew it from hospital windowRodin – “The Kiss” Paris Salon, wasn’t allowed to show in ParisToulouse-Lautrec – beginning of the post impressionist Munch – “Scream” Klimt - “Judith I”Picasso – “Les Demoiselles d’Avignon” and “Girl Before a Mirror” and “Guernica” Matisse – “Dance” favored color, known as fauve Braque – Developed cubism. Sculptor Kandinsky – Russian painter Marc – “Der Blaue Reiter” Duchamp – sculptor and writer, cubism and Dadaism Max Ernst – “The Master’s Bedroom” Dali – “The Persistence of Memory” Works of ArtThe Barricade – Manet The Execution of Maximilian – Manet Impression: Sunrise – Monet Dance Class - DegasLuncheon of the Boating Party - RenoirA Bar at the Folies-Bergere - ManetIn the Loge - CassattA Sunday on La Grande Jette – Seurat The Starry NightThe Kiss – Rodin – sculpture The Scream – MunchJudith I – Klimt Les Demoiselles d’Avignon - PicassoDance – Matisse, fauve uses bazaar colors Gassed - SargentThe Master’s Bedroom – Ernst Girl Before a Mirror – Picasso The Persistence of Memory – Dali Guernica - PicassoComposers/MusiciansVerdi – “Rigoletto” Wagner – German roots, refused 2nd act of ballet “Tannhauser” Offenbach – “Orpheus in the Underworld underworld”; parody – can can Mussorgsky – Russian Mighty 5 “Boris Godunov”Tchaikovsky – “1812 overture” Russian, wrote about defeat of Napoleon in Moscow. Father of writing for classical ballet.“Swan Lake” “Sleeping Beauty” “The Nutcracker” Debussy – “Afternoon of Faun” Puccini – “Madame Butterfly” realistic works, tragic Stravinsky – The Rite of SpringLouis Armstrong – American Jazz trumpeter Duke Ellington – American Composer, Swing Music (Includes Opera and Ballet)Rigoletto - VerdiOrpheus in the Underworld - OffenbachTannhauser - WagnerBoris Godunov - Mussorgsky1812 Overture - TchaikovskySwan Lake – TchaikovskyThe Sleeping Beauty - TchaikovskyNutcracker - TchaikovskyThe Afternoon of a Faun - DebussyMadame Butterfly - Puccini*Les Sylphides – Fokine The Rite of Spring - StravinskyChoreographersPetipa – Choreographed “Swan Lake”Nijinsky – Choreographed “Rite of Spring” and “Afternoon of a faun” Fokine – “Les Sylphides”WritersDostoyevsky – “Crime and Punishment” “Brother’s Karamozow” Writer part of the Petrashevsky circle. He became religious once he didn’t have to face fire arms. Tolstoy – “War and Peace; Anna Karenina; The Death of Ivan Ilyich” Walt Whitman – “Leaves of Grass” national poet, started writing about immigrants, not popular at the time. He wrote in Free Verse – rhyming but not consistent pattern. Father of Free VerseKate Chopin – “The Awakening” – controversial about female adultery Ibsen – Norwegian “Father of Realism” writes “A Doll’s House” Mallarme - Forerunner of literary symbolism Darwin – “The Descent of Man” justify imperialism. Threw enlightenment out the window Conrad –“Heart of Darkness” Remarque – “All Quiet on the Western Front” William Butler Yeats - “The Second Coming” James Joyce – “Ulysses” inspired by Virginia Woolf F. Scott Fitzgerald – “Gatsby” Literary WorksCrime and Punishment – Dostovevsky The Death of Ivan Ilyich - TolstoyAnna Karenina – Love story, women commit suicide The Awakening – Kate Chopin about female adultery A Doll’s House – Ibsen – deals with women rejecting families/abandon families The Descent of Man – Darwin Heart of Darkness - ConradAll Quiet on the Western Front - RemarqueUlysses - JoyceThe Great Gatsby – Fitzgerald FilmLumiere Brothers – First to invent projectorsD. W. Griffith – “Birth of a Nation” glorify KKK. Extremely racist. Grossed 18 million dollars. Banned in Chicago by mayor.*Eisenstein – Montage of Battleship * Linen petition him to do it. Moves riots to steps of harbor and lots of people killed.Greatest montage. Arrival of a Train at La CiotatNickelodeons – short clips in front of storefronts The Birth of a Nation – DW Griffith Montage – short clip that expand or constricts time The Battleship Potemkin “Odessa Steps Sequence” – EinsteinMovie Palaces – 62,000 seats Studio System (vertical integration) – monopoly own of production Rulers/Influential PeopleBismarck – Brought Germany together after Franco-Prussian war Juarez – King of Mexico Maximilian – brother of Austrian empire Nicholas IAndrew Jackson – Trail of Tears Diaghilev – Created ballet rouse Archduke Franz Ferdinand – assassinated Hitler – facist. Consolidates power in 1933. USA recognizes Soviet Union. Facism – everything in country is the best thing; dictatorship. Wrote “Mein Kempf” which means my struggle Stalin – comes to power in 1924. Realism – everything has to be done to glorify average working people. Mussolini – facist. Italy united. Longest leader 1921. Franco –facist. Spain, died in 1975EventsFranco-Prussian War – ends 1870. Paris surrounded by German army, Manet’s barricade. Napoleon III runs away to England. National Assembly surrendered to Germany. Paris Commune – Created to stand up against the national assembly Great Exhibition – Crystal PalaceTrail of Tears – Cherokees travel to Oklahoma. Women and children cry the whole trip. Harlem Renaissance – Jazz age Great Migration – Jim Crow blacks move north Prohibition – an age of no


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