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Realist characteristics
paint from experience
no hierarchy
wide strokes
layer paint
reject neo-classical and romantisism
Courbert
Stone Breakers-
workers creating modernism
monochromatic
machine-like


Ornans Buriel- serpentine position,
lower middle class,
Daumier
3rd Class carriage- urban
triangular,
alienation
visiable brush strokes
Manet
Luncheon on Grass- Pre- Impressionist
no underpainting
contour lines
rejects modeling
references Titian's pastoral Concert & Rapheal's Last Judgement

Olympia- Titians Urbino
lower class life
prostitute
direct contact
Louis Mapoleon
Salon of Rejected artists
why wasn't there a need for still life paintings?
The invention of the daguerrotype camera
Impressionist characteristics
single moment
precise painting
urban scene
middle and upper class leisure
sketch- like
hazy
Monet
Impression-Sunrise-
sketch like
urban
enviornment effects people
light dissloves enviornment

Terrace of Sainte-Adresse
political- bats w/ smoke
"spaces of modernity"- flattening style
modern subject
frames the images w/ lines

boulevard de Capucines
light effects people and dissolves
moisture in the air
naiete
artists untainted w/ intellectual preconceptions
Renior
Mounin
impulse to the beautiful
casual
dissolving dance floor
freeze motion
dappling sunlight
Spots of light hitting objects
Manet's subject in The Luncheon on hte grass is suposidly what?
A prostitute
Why doesn't Manet create origional characters in his art?
Painting for paintings sake is more important to him,
The subjects in Renior's Moulin de la Galatte is
his friends and the people he works with in the art business.
The first socilaist painting
The Stone Breakers