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IMPRESSIONISM MOVEMNET

A Break from Past Painting Traditions


Well Known Impressionists -
Objectives
Identify well known Impressionists

Appreciate distinct characteristics


of arts from various impressionists

Apply different media techniques


and processes showing the
characteristics of Impressionism
Style
Impressionists

douard Manet

Oscar-Claude Monet Pierre-Auguste


Renoir
douard Manet
Edouard Manet (1832-1883)
was one of the first 19th century artists to depict modern-life
subjects
He was a key figure in the transition from realism to impressionism
with a number of his works considered as marking the birth of
modern art.
Manet's most famous works include "The Luncheon on the Grass
and Olympia.
Edouard Manet was a French painter who depicted everyday
scenes of people and city life.
Luncheon on the Grass, 1863 (Musee
dOrsay, Paris)
Olympia, 1863 (Musee dOrsay, Paris)
Boating (1874) , Oil on canvas -
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Evidence of the
influence of his
Impressionist
friends can be
seen in the quick,
fluid brushstrokes
of the woman's
dress.
A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (1881-82)
Oil on canvas - The Courtauld Institute
Galleries, London
- melancholic cafe scene is
undoubtedly Manet's last
masterpiece.
- an exquisite still-life
arrangement of
identifiable bottles of beer
and liquor, flowers, and
mandarins,
Famous Quote

I paint what I see and not


others like to see
Manet, 1832-1883
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
A leading Impressionist painter, Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of
the most famous artists of the early twentieth century.
AUGUSTE RENOIR (1841-1919)
was one of the central figures of the impressionist movement
His early works were snapshots of real life, full of sparkling color
and light
By the mid-1880s, however, Renoir broke away from the
impressionist movement to apply a more disciplined, formal
technique to portraits of actual people and figure paintings
Dance at the Moulin de la Galette (1876)
Oil on canvas - Musee d'Orsay, Paris
- is a snapshot of everyday
life in the fashionable
neighborhood of
Montmartre
- gathering place for
working-class drinking,
dining, and dancing
- combined with the
flickering sunlight and
inherent movement that
came with such a scene,
Luncheon of the Boating Party (1881)
Oil on canvas - The Phillips Collection,
Washington, DC
- depicted a number of
his close friends,
including painters, art
dealers, and his future
wife Aline Charigot
Famous Quote

Work lovingly done is the secret of all


order and all happiness.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
1841-1919
Oscar-Claude Monet
Claude Monet was a famous French painter whose work gave a
name to the art movement Impressionism, which was concerned
with capturing light and natural forms.
CLAUDE MONET Claude Monet (1840-1926)
was one of the founders of the impressionist movement
He was the most prominent of the group; and is considered the most
influential figure in the movement
Monet is best known for his landscape paintings, particularly those
depicting his beloved flower gardens and water lily ponds at his
home in Giverny.
Lady with a Parasol (1886)
Oil on canvas - Louvre, Paris
- One of Monet's most popular figure
paintings, Lady with a
Parasol showcases the parasol, one of
his longstanding themes.
- The parasol itself makes many
appearances in his work, primarily
because when painting from real life
outdoors, most women would use one
to protect their skin and eyes.
- But it also creates a contrast of light and
shadows on the figure's face and
clothing, indicating which direction the
actual light is coming from
Water Lilies (1916)
Oil on canvas - The National Museum of
Western Art, Tokyo
- Water Lilies is a part of
Monet's water landscape
group that was most likely
conceived in 1909,
- He worked in secret on
dozens of canvases creating
a panorama of water, lilies
and sky in his studio within
and inspired by his Giverny
garden.
Famous Quote

"Everyone discusses my art and pretends to


understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when
it is simply necessary to love."
Claude Monet
1840-1926
Filipino Counterpart of Impressionism
Juan Luna (October 23, 1857
December 7, 1899)
was a Filipino painter, sculptor
and a political activist of
the Philippine Revolution
Though identified as master of
classical style Luna tried his hand
at Impressionism
Mi Hijo Andres, 1889
- Oil on wood. 9 1/4" x 10".
- Portrait of the artist's son,
Andres Luna y Pardo de
Tavera
Tampuhan, 1895

- meaning "sulking
- oil on
canvas impressionist paint
ing by Filipino painter
- depicts a Filipino man and
a Filipino woman having a
lovers' quarrel.
Maestro Fernando Amorsolo

- most important artists in the


history of painting in
the Philippines.[1]Amorsolo was a
portraitist and painter of rural
Philippine landscapes
- popularly known for his
craftsmanship and mastery in the
use of light
Planting Rice, 1951and Lavanderas, 1952
Post - Impressionism
1880-1914
Post-Impressionism
most Post-Impressionists focused on abstract form and pattern in
the application of paint to the surface of the canvas
Critics grouped the various styles within Post-Impressionism into two
general, opposing stylistic trends
on one side was the structured, or geometric style that was the
precursor to Cubism
while on the other side was the expressive, or non-geometric art that led
toAbstract Expressionism.
Symbolic and highly personal meanings were particularly important to
Post-Impressionists
Famous Artists
Vincent van Gogh - Paul Czanne
French Draftsman and Painter
Dutch Draftsman and Painter
Famous Artwork

Starry Night (1889)


Table, Napkin, and Fruit (A Corner of Oil on canvas - The Museum of
the Table) (1895 Modern Art
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