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Impressionism & Expressionism

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These slides contain short but precise descriptions of the said art movements, along with images of most notable works of the artists of this time. There are also several Filipino counterparts for each genre.

This presentation is made solely for education purposes and images used are not claimed by the maker of this document.

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Impressionism & Expressionism

  1. 1. What makes impressionism, “impressionism”?
  2. 2. Impressionism… • uses VIBRANT colors • favored CONTEMPORARY SCENES OF URBAN LIFE • paints a scene AS IF THE VIEWER CAUGHT THE SCENE “at a glimpse” • makes use of SHORT BRUSH STROKES • Still favored realistic proportions and lighting
  3. 3. Monet
  4. 4. Renoir
  5. 5. Degas
  6. 6. Post-impressionism… • “exaggerated form” • favored RURAL SCENES & EVERYDAY OBJECTS • paints a scene AS IF THE VIEWER CAUGHT THE SCENE “at a glimpse” • makes use of THICK BRUSH STROKES • Still favored realistic proportions and lighting
  7. 7. Van Gogh
  8. 8. Cezanne
  9. 9. Who were the Filipino impressionists of their time?
  10. 10. Juan Luna
  11. 11. “Spoliarium”
  12. 12. Fernando Amorsolo
  13. 13. Post-impressionism “exaggerated form” favored RURAL SCENES & EVERYDAY OBJECTS paints a scene as if the viewer saw it "at a glimpse” makes use of THICK BRUSH STROKES Still favored realistic proportions and lighting Impressionism uses VIBRANT colors favored CONTEMPORARY SCENES OF URBAN LIFE paints a scene as if a viewer saw it“at a glimpse” makes use of SHORT BRUSH STROKES Still favored realistic proportions and lighting
  14. 14. Expressionism • Brought new standards to modern art • Used Swirling, swaying & exaggeratedly executed brush strokes • Used bold colors (1905-1925)
  15. 15. “Unlike Impressionism, its goals were not to reproduce the impression suggested by the surrounding world, but to strongly impose the artist’s own sensibility to the world’s representation. ”
  16. 16. “The Scream” By Edvard Munch Tempera, Oil paint, Paste (1893)
  17. 17. “Anxiety” By Edvard Munch Tempera, Oil paint, Paste (1893)
  18. 18. “Blue Horses” By Franz Marc (1911)
  19. 19. “The Yellow Cow” By Franz Marc (1911)

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