Peintures. /. Atget. Semester 1 Final. French 3. Les . peintres. “anti-. académie. ”:. Les . peintres. de BARBIZON.. The French Academy had insisted painters be trained in the “Neo Classical” tradition..
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Semester 1 Final
Les peintres “anti-académie
Les peintres de BARBIZON.
The French Academy had insisted painters be trained in the “Neo Classical” tradition.
Landscapes were not considered a noble subject matter. They were seen only as a backdrop to historical paintings.
Barbizon painters LOVED landscapes!Slide3
He was a “Realist/Naturalist” painter.
Loved to paint the humble peasant farmer. The Gleaners, 1857Slide4
MILLET, L’ Angelus, 1857Slide5
MonetFather of Impressionism
He loved to experiment with the effect of light on subjects-would often paint the same object over and over at different times of the day
Painted outdoors, “en
CézanneCézanne was the father of modern art.
His work was rather abstract, based on the cylinder, cone and sphere.
He loved still-lifes
, landscapes and portraits.Slide10
Nature Morte=Still lifeSlide11
MatisseHe loved to experiment with wild colors.
He was one of the “Fauves” (Wild Beast) artists.
Towards the end of his career, he used cut paper to “paint with scissors”.Slide14Slide15Slide16
Papiers découpés=cut paperSlide17
Maker of “documents” of Paris,
Late 1800’s, early 1900’s Slide18
Café, Avenue de la Grande-Armée
“Le Cirque” 1920
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