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Claude Monet

26. listopadu 2016 v 4:53
Monet's childhood
Claude Monet, born in Paris in 1840, spent his childhood in Aver. He did not follow the artist's usual path, but began to draw cartoons, cartoons in the painting has a number of fame, and by Eugène Boudin, the attention. Boudin told Monet that "everything on the spot draws always a vividness of reality, power, and brushwork that can not be achieved in the studio later." In his future painting career, Monet Boudin said to do, because in his heart is full of love for nature.
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Soon, Monet was again the Dutch painter John Bartle de Qiong Kang's creation attracted. The artist paints bridges, village views, river banks and dilapidated thatched cottages with turbulence, excitement, liveliness and more active strokes than his French contemporaries. Monet is from the Boudin and Joan Kang received the basic artistic accomplishment.

Sketch Paris

In 1859, Monet came to Paris, where he saw the creation of Gustave Courbet, 1819-1877, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, 1796-1875, and Edouard Manet 1832-1883. He appreciates their painting strengths and applies their achievements at an alarming rate. But Monet is not their followers, but a rebel. Monet did not want to finish his studies in college, but he stayed in the studio at Glaire College in 1863 for some time. When he met Bazille, Alfred Sisley and Pierre-Auguste Renoir, he persuaded them to give up those studies. When the studio of Glaire College closed, he took his buddies to a small village in Fontainebleau, a small village called Shey, where he painted outdoor paintings.

When Monet left the studio at Glaire College, he did not enrich his rather poor artistic accomplishment, but instead took a purely intuitive observation of natural life with fiery conviction; he did not buy the doctrines of theory Account, but to develop their own set of painting methods.

Monet life on the modeling indifference, he is concerned about the right level of relationship. It is precisely because Monet is incompatible with the modeling, so he can easily show what he really saw things, but also because of this, he can not show the illusion of things realism.

Monet not only satisfied himself with being able to paint what he saw and to do in the way he saw; he wanted to create a unique effect that seemed impossible to achieve in painting. He likes all the dazzling things, he painted the river, the sky, houses and trees are filled with extraordinary sense of life. His heart is filled with irresistible excitement; from his concept he is a realist, but from his nature, he is a visionary.

In 1864, Monet completed the "Seine estuary of Wonfeller", which was exhibited at the official Salon in 1865 and received a warm welcome when critics commented on the painting: "The composition of the Harmonious color ... ... quite able to attract the audiences of the bold feeling. This shows that the official is quite understandable that people like the painting very much. Oil painting shows a rich middle tone and the kind of dim, calm color scale. The depth of the space, through the riparian line and handled very successfully According to tradition, the river line marks the middle and distant. In this painting, for Monet's own thing, is expressed in the foreground of the water brush strokes and clouds, "quite able to attract audiences bold feeling"; these strokes to strengthen the traditional effect of the screen.

In 1866, Monet took a few days to complete and display the portrait of his future wife, "Lady in Green - Kamei." The portrait aroused controversy, but in general it was a success; some even compare it with Manet's portraits. The portraits reveal Monet's personality: his indifferent attitude to modeling, and the woman's momentum and the vibrating light on her skirt give the whole painting special persuasion; Dynamic and vivid.

In the same year, Monet exhibited a painting of the Church of Saint-Germain-e-Cerrova, which was of great significance to the development of his future style. The painting was drawn from a balcony in the Louvre, the painting is to reflect the reflection on the leaves. The side-by-side strokes vividly express the vibration of the air, and by virtue of the combination of the strokes, the vivid effects of the greenish yellow light and the greenish black color are achieved. The pen method here is impressionism, but the color is not transparent enough, and even the shadow of the blue is still turbid; they are painted like black. The churches and the houses are too dense in the trembling foliage. There is no overall image of the painting, but the leaves of the painting gave us a little reveal the ideal color to Monet.

"Lady in green - Kamei" is painted in the studio to complete the figure; "St. German Ostrova church" is outside the light painting into the landscape. "The Woman in the Garden," a painting combines the two methods of observation. The picture here is basically based on a photo arrangement, which shows that Monet did not mind making the composition subject to the natural scenery of chance. Photographs should have made Monet think of the far-reaching effects of space, however, Monet did not mind this. So he was only interested in the plane and color contrast. It is precisely because the characters of this painting is not three-dimensional and ups and downs, the color can be put in its glory and full display of its diversity. Flowers on the women's dresses, flowers on the lawn, leaves in the midst of the thick green leaves, the sky between the leaves of the leaves, the shadows of light, all of which create a colorful mosaic Painting effect. But this painting lacks the hue effect: the light and the shadow fall on the same plane occupied by the character, therefore, the light can not penetrate the human body, can not become the shape entity. Large tracts of inherent color played a role too much. All these things together are not so much a manifestation of what is seen as a formula, but it is a bold and bold program. Once the formulation of this program disappears, the light will penetrate the middle tone, life will penetrate every stroke, and the overall unity will be formed, then, art will become flower clusters, impressionism will be fully mature.

Impression, Sunrise and Impressionism

In 1872, Monet created the famous "impression, sunrise". The painting depicts the misting sunrise over the port of Aver. The direct strokes of the brush strokes depict the unclear background of the morning fog, and the multicolored colors give the water an infinite splendor that is not accurately drawn to make those boats faintly visible. A true portrayal of the French harbor city at sunrise when the light and color to give the visual impression of the artist. Because it broke through the shackles of traditional painting, a critic to borrow the title of the painting, mocking Monet to represent a group of young artists to create innovation "impressionism", this school named . The painting was exhibited at the first joint exhibition of Impressionists, which opened on March 25, 1874, which is the most typical of Monet's paintings.

For the history of mind

Monet is undoubtedly a creative genius in visual observation. He was good at the relationship between light and color found in their predecessors never found a phenomenon. He focused all his attention on light and color, finding the most appropriate form of difference in lightness and color. He abstracted the difference in light color from a variety of other factors in painting, It is referred to the height can not climb. Monet's visual observation is genius, creative, extraordinary, but in this observation is behind it? What is the relationship between what he sees and what he feels and what he imagines?

Monet in 1874 - 78 years in the ArgyleTe painted by some paintings can answer these questions. Such as the creation in 1872 of the "Argyle Terry by the sailing." In this picture, the middle tone instead of color contrast, but not by the color mixture, but by the formation of a combination of the role of light color decomposition or combination. Black is no longer present in the painter's palette, leaving only the bright and dark spectral colors, which form the shape of the entity. Uniform color style is natural throughout the whole picture: vision and close-range, objects, water and the sky, all this transformation into a beautiful and moving scene, and seamless, regardless of the level of spatial perspective, this vision and close-range Together into a whole. The purple and yellow tones are intertwined with the water of the river and the blue of the sky, and the tonal differences of these colors distinguish these natural phenomena, and the calm river of the mirror as if it were the foundation of the sky. The perspective of geometry has been forgotten; it has replaced the constant movement of the air. Each color seems to be very soft, but their whole is strong; in front of us is the horizon of fireworks filled the sky, the day is about to disappear picture, a galleon quietly parked in a gray semi-shadows . This is a visual fantasy, in this smoke-filled, sunset, a melancholy atmosphere, Monet as if that is the light of life, directly involved in its gradually extinguished. This is Monet's creation of the harvest period, he created the color legend.

San Rafael Railway Station

Painted in 1877, "Saint-Lazare train station" is a painting of the performance of the Paris Railway Station, which is a daily scene of the actual "impression." Monet fascinated in the light through the glass roof to the effect of steam smoke, fascinated from the chaos emerged from the shape of locomotives and carriages. Monet believes that the light and air are the most important, he cleverly balanced the tone and color of the picture, this painting excellent performance of the power, space, contrast and movement.

In 1883 Monet lived in Verni, where he built a small garden in order to draw there; he planted a lot of lotus in the pond, which he found the theme to achieve his program: draw some hard Body, water and air, as far as possible so that they fuse together. This will produce a group painting "Water Lilies", "fairy pool, rose harmony" is one of this group of paintings. This painting reflects the desire of Monet, a man of two things, but it is not a little sad mood.
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Everyone who studies the development of Monet's creative activities will find that if the original destiny of Monet led to the development of the trend, then later he created his own destiny. The reason why Monet became the "Impressionist" style founder, by his friends recognized as "head", because Monet unshakable strong will. It is well known that impressionism means a change in the way of perception and observation. It not only changes the painting, but also changes the sculpture, music, literature, and even today, it has not lost its influence and still changes us.


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24. listopadu 2016 v 11:03
Adolf Schreyer studied art first at the St?del Institute in his native town, and then at Stuttgart and Munich. He painted many of his favourite subjects in his travels in the East. He first accompanied Maximilian Karl, 6th Prince of Thurn and Taxis through Hungary, Wallachia, Russia and Turkey; then, in 1854, he followed the Austrian army across the Wallachian frontier. In 1856 he went to Egypt and Syria, and in 1861 to Algiers. In 1862 he settled in Paris, but returned to Germany in 1870; and settled at Cronberg near Frankfurt, where he died.





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