Impressionist and Filmmakers

  1. Impressionist

    • Change the path of Western Art
    • No manifesto
    • Influenced of invention of camera
    • Group of artist with loose associations
    • with each other
    • Focus on the genre of everyday life
  2. " Bar at the Follies" By Eduard Manet
    • Emphasis on multiple sources of light
    • sources in a mirrored room
  3. “Moulinde la Galetta” by Auguste Renior
    Exhibits the interlace of light and shadows on dancing and sitting figures
  4. “MountSaint Victory” by Paul Cezanne
    • Painted many views of the same landscape
    • Series of paintings focusing on single
    • dominating feature in landscape
    • Influenced Picaso and Cubist Movement

  5. “The technique of pointillism” and “The Grand Jette” by Gerorge Seuret
    • In order to mix the colors optically
    • Fads and fashions of everyday life
  6. “Self Portrait of Bandaged Ear” by Vincent Van Gogh
    • Thick Impasto Technique, Thick Paint
    • Outline some of the images Japanese
    • techniques”
    • Influenced by Japanese Art
    • Japanese painting is at head level
  7. "Lilles in the day time" by Claude Monet
    • Atmosphere of light
    • Never reach non-representation
    • Effect of light at different times of day
    • Skyscrapers reflected in water on a
    • misty foggy day
    • Subject became garden at Giverny
    • Had lilies
    • Japanese Bridge
    • Vaietes of tress
    • Cloud and morning mist
    • Very abstract
  8. Filmmakers
    Thomas Edison
    • Invents Kinetoscope- were placed in Arcades
    • Lightbulb, made light bulb on accident while search for a source of light for his
    • projector and was not bright enough
  9. Lemiure Bros.
    • 1min loops of everyday life- created both fictional narratives Influenced
    • broadcast news- Genre of everyday life
  10. George Melies
    • Special effects
    • Influenced by theater and magic
  11. Edwin Porter
    • The first western
    • The great train robbery
    • Outlaws robbed trains, posse
    • catches outlaws, and justice is served.
  12. D.W. Griffith
    • Father of American Movies
    • "Birth of a Nation", based Dixon’s
    • the clansman
    • Influenced editing of film
    • Portrayed type of history from
    • Griffith’s point of view
    • Racist portray or rationally
    • portrayed free black slaves acted out by white actors
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Impressionist and Filmmakers
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