Modernism

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1. Impressionism

1.1. Period: 1862-86

1.2. Artists:

1.2.1. Manet

1.2.1.1. "A Bar at the Folies-Bergere" 1882

1.2.2. Monet

1.2.2.1. "Rouen Cathedral, West Facade, Sunlight" 1894

1.2.3. Renoir

1.2.3.1. "Le Moulin de la Galette" 1876

1.2.4. Degas

1.2.4.1. "The Glass of Absinthe" 1876

1.2.5. Pissarro

1.2.5.1. "Landscape at Pontoise" 1874

1.2.6. Morisot

1.2.6.1. "Chasing Butterflies" 1874

1.2.7. Cassatt

1.2.7.1. "Young Mother Sewing" 1893

1.3. Popular subjects: Outdoors, seaside, Parisian streets and cafes.

1.4. Purpose: To portray immediate visual sensations of a scene

2. Post Impressionism

2.1. Period: 1880-1905

2.2. Artists:

2.2.1. Seurat

2.2.1.1. Favorite subjects: Leisure activities in Paris

2.2.1.2. "A Sunday on La Grande Jatte" 1884-86

2.2.2. Toulouse-Lautrec

2.2.2.1. Favorite subjects: Cabaret nightlife

2.2.2.2. "At the Moulin Rouge" 1892

2.2.3. Cezanne

2.2.3.1. Favorite subjects: still lives with fruit, landscapes

2.2.3.2. "Still Life with Apples and Oranges" 1895-1900

2.2.4. Gauguin

2.2.4.1. Favorite subjects: Tahiti natives, Brittany natives

2.2.4.2. "Vision after the Sermon, or Jacob Wrestling with an Angel" 1888

2.2.5. Van Gogh

2.2.5.1. Favorite subjects: Self-portraits, flowers, landscapes, still lives

2.2.5.2. "Self Portrait with a Straw Hat" 1887

2.3. Purpose: Wanted art to be more substantial, not dedicated wholly to capturing a passing moment.

3. Expressionism

3.1. Period: 1905-30

3.2. Artists:

3.2.1. Munch

3.2.1.1. "The Scream" 1893

3.2.2. Klimt

3.2.2.1. "Adele Bloch-Bauer I"

3.2.3. Kandinsky

3.2.3.1. "Improvisation 31 (Sea Battle)" 1913

3.2.4. Kokoschka

3.2.4.1. "The Bride of the Wind or The Tempest" 1914

3.3. Purpose:They insisted that art should express the artist's feelings rather than images of the real world.

4. Fauvism "Wild Beasts"

4.1. Period: 1904-08 (France)

4.2. Artists:

4.2.1. Derain

4.2.1.1. "Big Ben" 1905

4.2.2. Vlaminck

4.2.2.1. "The River Seine at Chatou" 1906

4.2.3. Dufy

4.2.3.1. "Regatta at Cowes" 1934

4.2.4. Rouault

4.2.4.1. "The Old King" 1916-37

4.3. Purpose: Experimentation with intoxicating, exaggerated, vibrant color.