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N: The Sleeping Gypsy


D: 1897


P/S: Symbolism


A: Henri Rousseau


OL: Laval


M/T: Oil on canvas


F: To suggest the vulnerable subconscious during sleep


C: Rousseau's art was known for fantasy and drama


DT: Exotic images with dark colors


ME: Rousseau shows a person's vulnerable subconscious self during sleep

N: The Scream


D: 1893


P/S: Expressionism


A: Edvard Munch


OL: Oslo, Norway


M/T: Tempura and Pastels on Cardboard


F: Display human suffering and weakness


C: Tries to capture emotion from the viewer.


DT: Red and yellow stripes and curvilinear lines


ME: Munch uses art to represent suffering of man with emotion and drama

N: The Kiss


D: 1907-1908


P/S: Symbolism


A: Gustav Kmt


OL: Vienna


M/T: Oil on Canvas


F: a symbol of love and unity


C: Rectangles represent men. Circles for females


DT: Patterns and use of shades of yellow


ME: Double meaning- an embracing couple and inter-determinate place separate from time and space

N: Where Do We Come From?


D: 1897


P/S: Impressionism


A: Paul Gauguin


OL: Tahiti


M/T: Oil on Canvas


F: Gauguin expresses himself with painting


C: Depicts Gauguin's view on life


DT: Lushness and intensity created with flat colors of lilac, pink, and lemon.


ME: Gauguin questions life of a human, expressing reality of life and death.

N: Basket Of Apples


D: 1895


P/S: Impressionism


A: Paul Cezanne


OL: Art Institute of Chicago


M/T: Oil on Canvas


F: Still-Life


C: Cezanne had an interest in study of volume and solidity.


DT: 2D and not optically realistic. Objects look very solid.


ME: Cezanne created what could be called an architecture of color.