The school of realism is one of schools of art. Which move the Reality and Nature to replica at artwork. Realist school is embodied in the political, economic and religious and can interfere with feeling and emotions of the artist in painting, there are a symbolic and realistic in school of realism. While the Arab civilization prosperous, the Europe was still under the guise of decline and because of the dominance of the Church the public life of Christianity and because of that the church fought the artists under the pretext of religion and they still control of the Europe Byzantine art, which depends of simplification and serve the church so, the arts delayed until the Renaissance of art launched in Florence, Italy (Venice) Naples then the artists care about shade and light and perspective and adapted on a realistic art concepts. The conditions of romance school Characterized through realistic consideration and incarnation by paint and without any dominating on it.
His greatest contribution to art is the cultivation of the modern art concept, known as 'impressionism'(Claude Monet, 2004). It is an artistic philosophy which changed the then accepted perception of color and light.His artistic style is characterized by the use of feathery strokes of the paint brush to depict the play of light with respect to the time. He believed that depicting 'time' in a painting is more important than the 'plot', and was interested in using his painting to capture the feel of the moment. As per Monet "One does not paint countryside, a view, a figure. One paints an impression of an hour of the day (Brussat and Brussat, n.d.)."
The artists and artwork chosen to be analyzed in this essay are The Stonebreakers by Gustave Courbet, The Gleaners by Jean-Francois Millet and Third Class Carriage by Honore Daumier. These artists are all French and are known for their inspiring works of art made during The Nineteenth Century pertaining to Realism. Gustave Courbet was best known as an innovator in Realism. He painted figurative compositions, landscapes and seascapes. He also addressed social issues, peasantry and the grave working conditions of the poor.
The painting contains element of modern style through the scenery and garden. The heavy brushstrokes seen in the red flower bushes represent a feeling of realism. It’s as if you could physical touch the flowers. His details are more precise than Berth Morisot’s The Basket Chair, and show how more open male artist could be with their artwork. The scene seems to be during summer with the sun radiating off the garden gravel.
He made his own designs as to how he wanted his garden to look and had hired hands follow them. A lot of his masterpieces came from the designs that he saw in his gardens at Giverny, including the famous painting of water lilies and which is considered to be Monet’s lifetime masterpiece. Just one of the guys Monet didn’t look down on people because he was a talented artist. Instead he was just a regular guy who wanted to make a living so that his family could live comfortably. He had his share of tragedies becoming a widower twice.
It was shown at what would become the “Exhibition of the Impressionists” in April 1874, the painting is in fact accredited to giving the name to the impressionist movement. The painting depicts the port of Le harve, monets hometown, and is in fact his most famous painting of the port. The reason I chose this painting because I believe it shows off Monets technique which is renowned with impressionism such as the use of loose brushstrokes, observing the effects of light on objects such as water, using colour instead of black and grey and the fact he was working out doors. Another reason is because the painting holds a deeper meaning than just a simple harbour painting as it represents Frances revitalisation, the mirror effect of the water is supposed to be a symbol for Frances
Rembrandt is widely recognised as the predominant genius of Dutch painting and his broad range of landscape paintings, etchings and drawings have always been appreciated. His landscape works are an important aspect of his career because they developed towards a very unique accomplishment. While his drawings and etchings are very much more carefully observed from nature, Rembrandt used his imagination in creating his extraordinary landscapes. On 29th July 1854, in his journal, Delacroix spoke of the success of Rembrandt’s landscapes: “The landscapes of Rembrandt, Titian Poussin are generally in harmony with their figures. In Rembrandt, and this is perfection, the background and the figure are one and the same.
intro Discovering the life of an artist and absorbing all the ordinary and the extraordinary, all the struggles and every downer, is an incomparable journey. Uncovering the realities of a time period that are now only part of the history, transports one into that era and thus compel them to see the world through the artist’s perspective. As a receptive reader one cannot help but herald Gustave Courbet as a rebel of the Romantic Movement. He pushed forward realism into the modern world and perhaps at a time when it wasn’t ready. He was a true forward thinker in every sense of the phrase because if it weren’t for his contributions, people would still be caught up in old school art practices for many more years than they already were until greatness
Jean Michel Basquiat was one of the first afro american artist who made it in the mainly white man’s art world. For the very fact one would have to pay him the highest credit. But more than that, I think of him as a medium, born to create art after having inhaled inspirations of all sorts. All art forms of the 20th century pass through him without being intellectually processed and though finds a concentration in his work. Like a child who has no notion of what it creates.
Klimt was the most influenced by Japanese art and its methods, combination with a Byzantine, Greek and Egyptian feeling, and also inspired by some aspects of Impressionist technique. His work and stylistic affect many artists in history and also now, Klimt’s gold-ish color scheme and elegant curving pattern still remain popular until this day, its have been inspired for many product and interior design, especially in Vienna, his hometown, there are many structure that been construct by Klimt unique