Modern Art Midterm

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Birth of Impressionism 
 
Salon des Refuses in 1863
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What artist and what paintings caused controversy in the Salon in Paris in 1863/1865?
 
Edouard Manet"Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe" - 1863"Olympia" - 1865
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What is this?
 
"Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe"Manet 1863Impressionism 
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What is this?
 
"Olympia"Manet 1865Impressionism
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Where is the term "Impressionism" from?
 
Name of the first exhibition in 1874
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Impressionism subject matter
 
"en plein air" landscapeslife of contemporary urban middle class (outdoors)lack of political/social...
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Impressionism style and technique
 
Light had an important roleFast brushstrokesSketch-like stateTheory of complementary colorsShade...
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What is this?
 
"Impression, Sunrise"Monet1872Impressionism 
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What is this?
 
"Women in the Garden"Monet1866-7Impressionism
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What is this?
 
"Ball at the Moulin de la Galette"Renoir1876Impressionism
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How is Degas' style different than other impressionists?
 
Modern reality of indoor scenes of urban lifeUnique photographic framing technique Casual...
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What is this?
 
"The Dance Class"Degas1874Impressionism 
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What is this?
 
"At the Races"Degas1866-8Impressionism
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Who were the woman impressionist artists?
 
Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassat
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What years did post impressionism take control of?
 
1886 - 1905
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What was the main difference between impressionism and post impressionism?
 
Switched from external vision to inner vision
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Who were the four fathers of post-impressionism and what were their main attributes?
 
1. Cezanne - Solid architectural geometries2. Van Gogh - Visionary Painting3. Paul Gauguin...
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What was Seurat's style called and what is it?
 
Pointillisme - The flattening of three-dimensionalityEffect of timeless and ideal beauty.
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What is this?
 
"A Sunday at La Grande Jatte"Seurat1884Post Impressionism
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What is this?
 
"Le Chahut"Seurat1889Post Impressionism
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What is Cezanne known for?
 
Solid primary formsPictorial experimentation and new perspective Multiple points of view
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What is this?
 
"The Card Players"Cezanne1885-90Post ImpressionismUnique perspective
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What is this?
 
"Woman with a Coffeepot"Cezanne1890-95Post ImpressionismPerspective is off
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What is this?
 
"Plate of Apples"Cezanne1887Post ImpressionismSolid geometric forms
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Who was Van Gogh inspired by early on?
 
Courbet and Daumier
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How do you describe the change Van Gogh went through after his arrival in Paris?
 
More powerful color paletteFrustrated by all the hopes and expectations he hadRefusal of impressionism Colors...
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What is this?
 
"Potato Eaters"Van Gogh1885Post Impressionism 
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What is this?
 
"Night Cafe"Van Gogh1888Post Impressionism 
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What is this?
 
"Starry Night"Van Gogh1888Post Impressionism 
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When was the birth of Symbolism and what is it?
 
1886The reality holds another, more meaningful, spiritual reality that can be communicated...
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What are Gauguin and Bernard credited for?
 
The birth of synthetism (Gauguin) and cloisonnisme (Bernard)Dark contours outlining areas of...
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What is this?
 
"Vision after the sermon (jacob wrestling with the angel)"Gauguin1888Post Impressionism
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What is this?
 
Breton Women on a WallBernard1892Post Impressionism
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Difference between Van Gogh and Gauguin
 
Van Gogh: Distortion of realityGauguin: Pure symbol separate from real vision
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What is this?
 
Landscape: The Bois d'Amour. The Talisman"Serusier (Follower of Gauguin- Nabi Group of 1888)1888Post...
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Why did Gauguin and others escape Europe? Where did he go?
 
Refusal of the bourgeois morality and lifestyleBrittany, Tahiti, PolynesiaAway from codes of...
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What is this?
 
Spirit of the Dead Watching. Manao TupapauGauguin in Tahiti1892Post Impressionism
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What is this?
 
"Where do we come from? Where are we? Where are we going?"Gauguin in Tahiti1897Post Impressionism
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Who are the fathers of german expressionism? 
 
Ensor and Munch during the Northern Episode
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What is this?
 
"The Entry of Christ into Brussels"Ensor1888Post Impressionism - Northern Episode
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What is this?
 
"Skeletons trying to get warm"Ensor1889Post Impressionism - Northern Episode
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What Ensor is known for
 
Grotesque languagePower of caricatureMoral lesson
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What Munch is known for
 
Dark fatalismDepression/AnxietyObsession with death as well as life and loveExpressive, strong...
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What is this?munch death and maiden
 
"Death and Maiden"Munch1893Post Impressionism - Northern Episode
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What is this?
 
"The Scream"Munch1893Post Impressionism - Northern Episode
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What are the key words describing art nouveau?
 
Elegance and symbolism
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What happened in 1900?
 
The Vienna Secession Freud: The birth of psychoanalysis and relationship to the arts
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What was the Vienna Secession?
 
Secession artists were in opposition to the old academic guardThey provoked scandal 
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What is this?
 
"Jurisprudence" [Destroyed]Klimt for the Vienna University1903Art Nouveau 
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What is expressionism? 
 
The style in which art is purely emotion and no thoughDepticting feelings, no situationStrong...
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What is Fauve?
 
Type of expressionismMeans "The Beasts"
1905 in Paris at Salon d'Automne
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What is this?
 
"Lady in a Chemise"Andre Derain1905 Expressionism - Fauve
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Important facts about Matisse
 
Leader of FauvismFree, new colors and lineFlat planes of pure colorsClashes of primary huesArabesque...
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What is this?
 
"The Woman with the Hat"Matisse1905Expressionism - Fauvism
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What is this?
 
"Le Bonheir de vivre" (The Joy of Life)Matisse1906Expressionism - Fauvism
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What is this?
 
"Dance II"Matisse1910Expressionism - Fauvism
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What is this?matisse music
 
"Music"Matisse1910Expressionism - Fauvism
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What is Die Brucke - The Bridge?
 
German expressionismDramatic interpretation of reality - subjectiveACID COLORSOpposition to...
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What is this?kirchner 5 women in the street
 
"Five Women in the Street"Kirchner1913Expressionism - The Bridge
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What is this?Nolde dance around the golden calf
 
"The Dance around the Golden Calf"Nolde1910Expressionism - The Bridge
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Who is the Italian expressionist?
 
Lorenzo Viani
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What is primitivism? What artists were inspired by it?
 
inspired by ancient civilizations, medieval and african artsimplified languageGauguin, Picasso,...
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Who coined the term "cubism"?
 
Louis Vauxcelles - wrote that Braque reduced everything to cubes
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What is cubism?
 
New pictorial languageAnalytical and synthetic phasesCombines Cezanne with GauguinPlanes set...
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What is this?
 
"The Blue Nude"Matisse1907Primitivism
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What is this? picasso medical student, sailor, and five nudes in a bordello
 
Medical Student, Sailor, and five nudes in a bordelloPicasso1907Primitivism
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What is this?
 
Les Demoiselles d'AvignonPicasso1907Primitivism
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What is this?braque nude
 
NudeBraque1907-08Cubism
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What is this?
 
The Three WomenPicasso1908Cubism
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What is this?
 
Landscape at L'EstaqueBraque1908Cubism
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What is this?portrait of ambroise vollard picasso
 
Portrait of Ambroise VollardPicasso1911Cubism
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What is this?braque the portuguese
 
The Portuguese (The Emigrant)Braque1911Cubism
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What is this?braque fruit dish and glass
 
Fruit Dish and GlassBraque1912Cubism
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What is this?
 
Still Life with Chair CaningPicasso1912Cubism

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