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1

Who was considered "avant-garde"

Gustave Courbet

2

What was Courbet's focus?

Ordinary Citizens

3

In France, Artists could earn a spot in the

French Royal Academy

4

French Royal Academy paintings had to have:

-No Visible Brush strokes
-Idealism rather than realism
-Naturalistic Color
-Art had to convey a message

5

Courbet was a

Realist

6

Manet was

Realist & Impressionist

7

Monet was

Impressionist

8

Degas was

Impressionist

9

Renoir was

Impressionist

10

Morisot was

Impressionist

11

Van Gogh was a

Post-Impressionist

12

Seurat was a

Post-Impressionist

13

Gauguin was a

Post-Impressionist

14

Manet focused on

city life and had loose brushstrokes

15

Manet's work _____ was accepted into the Salon but was heavily criticized.

Olympia (19th Century)

16

Where were the American Realists?

Winslow Homer (Watercolors)
Thomas Eakins
Edmonia Lewis

17

Which of the American Realists used watercolors?

Winslow Homer

18

What were the roots of Modernism?

Romanticism

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What was the last movement before "modernism"

Impressionism

20

The goal of _____ was authentic representation of color and light.

Impressionism

21

Which artist wanted a complete break from the past?

Claude Monet

22

_____ became interested in light only.

Monet

23

In The Saint-Lazare Station, the focus is on ____ & ____ NOT _____ & _____

color &; light; NOT train &; people

24

Who created the Salon of the Rejected

Napoleon III

25

In the work Olympia. Olympia was the name of a____. She is presented flowers by a servant from a ____

Dumas Play; admirer

26

What was the Salon that artists wanted to earn a spot in?

The French Royal Academy

27

The work "The Blue Boat" was _____

watercolor

28

What did Renoir focus is work on?

Upper Middle Class at Leisure

29

____ encouragred Renoir to lighten his Palette

Monet

30

____ became interested in the light only.

Monet