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The World of REALISM

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Realism (1827 ± 1927)
The history of realism finds its origins somewhere around the second half of the 19th century, mainly from 1827 to 1870. Among its main principles realism establishes itself as a way of thought more than a movement within a specific genre.
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It seeks to express an object, scene or even a subject through that which is perceivable, negating all romanticism and subjectivism or any other elements which may distort something as it really exists. These realists, also known as positivists, found their faith in the fact that all knowledge obtained from science and its objectives would, in essence, solve all human problems.
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‡Employed in Charivari and La Caricature (1830-35) until the latter's suppression by the government.000 lithographs of political and social comment. including large scale works (e.g. Rue Transnonian le 15 Avril Free Powerpoint Templates Page 6 .Honoré Daumier (1808 ± 1879) ‡French caricaturist. painter and sculptor. ‡imprisoned in 1832 for his anti-monarchical satire of Louis Philippe as Gargantua ‡ Produced over 4.

the corrupt and money obsessed bourgeois. He created two memorable characters in Robert Macaire. and Ratapoil (skinned rat). he produced watercolours which continued this vein. the sinister government agent. parodying the Courts of Justice. and depicting the existence of the poor. Free Powerpoint Templates Page 7 .‡After 1848.

The Laundress Free Powerpoint Templates Page 8 .

Louis Philippe as Gargantua Free Powerpoint Templates Page 9 .

Rue Transnonian Free Powerpoint Templates Page 10 .

Robert Macaire Characters the corrupt and money Ratapoil (skinned rat) obsessed bourgeois Free Powerpoint Templates Page 11 .

Gustave Courbet (1819 ± 1877) ‡A Big hearty man in love with life ‡He claimed that nature was his only teacher ‡He wanted TRUTH ‡Won a second-class medal at Salon Free Powerpoint Templates Page 12 .

Bonjour Monsieur Courbet Free Powerpoint Templates Page 13 .

Enterrement à Ornans (Funeral at Ornans) Free Powerpoint Templates Page 14 .

L¶ Atelier (The Painters Studio) Free Powerpoint Templates Page 15 .

Free Powerpoint Templates Page 16 . painters and writers against the Academy ‡He express the inward reality by the outward appearance.Edouard Manet ‡Followed the of COURBET lead ‡Joined the radicals.

Luncheon on the Grass Free Powerpoint Templates Page 17 .

Olympia Free Powerpoint Templates Page 18 .

Absinthe Drinker Free Powerpoint Templates Page 19 .

St. Lazare Station Free Powerpoint Templates Page 20 .

AMERICAN REALISM Free Powerpoint Templates Page 21 .

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Winslow Homer (1836 ± 1910) ‡An American landscape painter and printmaker. He is considered one of the foremost painters in 19th century America and a preeminent figure in American art. Free Powerpoint Templates Page 23 . best known for his marine subjects.

Boys in the Pasture Free Powerpoint Templates Page 24 .

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Sunlight on theTemplates Coast Free Powerpoint Page 26 .

Breezing Up Free Powerpoint Templates Page 27 .

Free Powerpoint Templates Page 28 .Thomas Eakins (1844 ± 1916) ‡A scientific realist who believed artist should study anatomy by dissecting cadavers as Michaelangelo had done.

Miss Amelia Van Buren (portrait) Free Powerpoint Templates Page 29 .

The Swimming Hole Free Powerpoint Templates Page 30 .

Free Powerpoint Templates Page 31 .Grant Wood (1892 ± 1942) ‡One of the painters of Iowa after World War I where it ceased to be the exclusive domain of Painters.

American Gothic Free Powerpoint Templates Page 32 .

Dinner for Threshers Free Powerpoint Templates Page 33 .

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‡His father was a Congressman ‡Became the spokesman of American Art Free Powerpoint Templates Page 35 .Thomas Benton (1889) ‡Came from Missouri of Mark Twain.

Jealous Lovers of Lone Green Valley Free Powerpoint Templates Page 36 .

Cradling Wheat Free Powerpoint Templates Page 37 .

opera. Free Powerpoint Templates Page 38 . and religion.Albert Pinkham Ryder (1847 ± 1917) ‡An American painter best known for his poetic and moody allegorical works and seascapes ‡His paintings sometimes depicted scenes from literature.

Death on a Pale Horse Free Powerpoint Templates Page 39 .

Temple of the Mind Free Powerpoint Templates Page 40 .

PHILIPPINE REALISM Free Powerpoint Templates Page 41 .

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Pila Pila Free Powerpoint Templates Page 44 .

Market Scene Free Powerpoint Templates Page 45 .

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He is best known for his craftsmanship and mastery in the use of light.Fernando Amorsolo (1892-1972) ‡This Philippine artist was a portraitist and painter of rural landscapes. backlight--which is his greatest contribution to Philippine painting Free Powerpoint Templates Page 47 . ‡developed the use of light--actually.

Bukid Free Powerpoint Templates Page 48 .

Pagtatanim Free Powerpoint Templates Page 49 .

Prinsesa Urduja Free Powerpoint Templates Page 50 .

Planting Rice with Mayon Volcano Free Powerpoint Templates Page 51 .

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CONTEMPORARY REALISM Free Powerpoint Templates Page 53 .

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