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11.11: Conclusion and Contrast

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  • This is a time when the new methods and movements brought recognizable artists and their paintings to the world, names that have endured today. The concept of rapidly changing how the paint was applied or actual views of changing scenery or new technology inspired these artists and led to artistic experimentation by future artists.

    Style

    Image

    Title and Artist

    Hudson River School

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    The Oxbow

    by Thomas Cole

    Edo Period

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    Kanbara

    by Utagawa Hiroshige

    Shanghai School of Art

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    Playing the Flute

    by Ren Bonian

    Impressionism

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    Red Roofs

    by Alfred Sisley

    Realism

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    Plowing in the Nivernai

    by Rosa Bonheur

    1. How are brushstrokes and colors used in each landscape?

    2. How is realism used?

    3. What are the importance of the sky and the use of color and space in the sky?

    Movement

    Image

    Title and Artist

    Romanticism

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    Liberty Leading the People

    by Eugene Delcroix

    Realism

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    Fog Warning

    by Homer Winslow

    Hudson River School

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    Rocky Mountain Landscape

    by Albert Bierstadt

    Shanghai School of Art

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    From the album Flowers

    by Zhao Zhiqian

    Edo Period

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    The Great Wave Off Kanagawa

    by Katsushika Hokusai

    Impressionism

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    Le Moulin de la Galette

    by Auguste Renoir

    Les Trois Grandes

    Dames Impressionism

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    Child Among the Hollyhocks

    By Mary Cassatt

    Post-Impressionism

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    The Starry Night

    by Vincent Van Gogh

    Arts Nouveau

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    Bieres de la Meuse

    by Alfonse Mucha

    Photography

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    Boulevard du Temple

    by Louis Daguerre

    1. What is unique about each movement?

    2. What is the difference and similarities between Realism and the Edo Period?

    3. How did Post-Impressionism differ from Impressionism?

    4. What is unique about photography from other movements?

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