Monday, April 24, 2017

Art Two - Painting 1850-1900

Below are paintings created between 1850-1900.  What do you notice is different from the last group of paintings that I posted from last week?

Edgar Degas
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Paul Cezanne
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John Singer Sargent
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Mary Cassatt
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12 comments:

  1. I notice that these are more detailed in certain ways than last weeks. the older ones have a different focus and blend things more.

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  2. the ones from last week are a lot more like a picture and these are not as clear as the other ones

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  3. These pictures are a lot more abstract and not so much like a picture than last weeks.

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  4. These pictures are not as detailed oriented like the ones from last week. These pictures focus more on the main picture trying to be depicted.

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  5. These picture lose the idea of details and rather let the viewer observe their own ideas about the painting.
    Mark estes

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  6. Pictures from this time, they weren't care that more about be more detailed, they just express what they want to tell the people to see.
    Joy Zhao

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  7. unlike last weeks these do not focus on detail as much but seem to be more meaningful pieces.
    -AK

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  8. I really like the second one it is cool
    - Justin LaPradd

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  9. Anna Leigh DurhamApril 27, 2017 at 6:43 PM

    The pictures this week aren't as clear as the ones last week.

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  10. These seem to focus more on their meaning than the subject being painted

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  11. These paintings look as though they have a screen over them that makes them smudgy and not as focused whereas the paintings from the week before were more clear to see.

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  12. I like the painting of the mother washing the kids feet because it is really cute!!

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