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Daguerre, Boulevard du Temple, Paris, c. 1840

Early Photography. Shows the advantages of the new technique

Gustave Courbet, The Stone Breakers, 1850 (destroyed 1945)

Realism. Anonymous everyday people. Not considered worthy of artistic attention

Rosa Bonheur, The horse Fair, 1850


Anonymous, Two unidentified women, ca. 1850

Early Photography. Historical permanence available to more of the population

Edouard Manet, Olympia, 1860. bridges gap between Realism and Impressionism)

Impressionism. Most famous in the history of modern art. Only image of goddess isokay to view nude. Unfinished look

William Morris, Sussex Chair, 1860

Arts and Crafts

Timothy O’Sullivan, Canyon de Chelly, Arizona., ca. 1870

Early Photography

Claude Monet, Impression: Sunrise, 1870

Impressionism. Tube paint. No prep

Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Le Moulin de la Galette, 1870

Impressionism. Middle class leisure

Edgar Degas, The Rehearsal on Stage, ca.1870

Impressionism. Cheap entertainment. Photo crop

Mary Cassatt, Woman in a Loge,1880.

Impressionism. Mary Independentlywealthy, american, freedom

Georges Seurat, Sunday Afternoon on the Grande Jatte. 1880

Post-Impressionism. Systematic,scientific method of paint application

Paul Gauguin, Manao tupapau (The Specter Watches over Her), 1890

Post-Impressionism. Seems more chaste, but actually more scandalous (not white, young)

Vincent van Gogh, Starry Night, 1890

Post-Impressionism. Influenceof Japanese woodblock prints. Meditation on death?

Victor Horta, Stairwell of interior, Tassel House, Brussels, 1890.

Art Nouveau. Stylistic unity goal, makethings look better

Cezanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire Seen from Les Lauves, 1900


Hector Guimard, Entrance to the Paris Dauphine Métropolitain Station, Paris, 1900.

Art Nouveau. Believed industrial rev lackedartistic meritSmall scale productionDesign for skilled craftsmen, not machines

Louis Comfort Tiffany, Table Lamp, c. 1900.

Art Nouveau. Manufactured but looks hand made

Henry van de Velde, Candelabra,1900

Art Nouveau. Ininterior design and handcrafted objects, used “whiplash”

Henri Matisse, Le Bonheur de Vivre (The Joy of Life), 1900

Fauvism. Reject Renaissance pictorialwindow - not about capturing what something looks like in real life