Art of The Gilded Age Late 19 th Century American Art

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Art of The Gilded Age Late 19 th Century American Art. American Studies William Fremd High School Mr. Anderson Mr. Palmer Mr. Schaefer Ms. MarshMr. Mc Cusker. Discuss one of Winslow Homers paintings. Describe it and its subject. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Art of The Gilded Age

    Late 19th Century American ArtAmerican StudiesWilliam Fremd High SchoolMr. Anderson Mr. Palmer Mr. SchaeferMs. MarshMr. Mc Cusker

  • Discuss one of Winslow Homers paintings. Describe it and its subject.Children were the major focus of most of Homers works, discuss why they were and what was the focus.Discuss one of Thomas Eakins paintings. Describe it and its subject.Compare John Singer Sargents idea of W-O-M-A-N and Mary Cassats focus of woman.

  • Winslow Homer1836-1910Reaction to Civil WarReaction to IndustrializationChildhoodAfrican-Americans

    Soldier Meditating by a Grave

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to the Civil War: Veteran In A New Field

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to the Civil War: Prisoners from the Front

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to Industrialization and Paintings about ChildhoodSnap the Whip

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to Industrialization and Paintings about ChildhoodThe Country School

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to Industrialization and Paintings about ChildhoodSailing the Catboat

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to Industrialization and Paintings about Childhood: Boat

  • Winslow Homers Reaction to Industrialization and Paintings about Childhood: Fresh Air

  • Winslow Homers Paintings about African-Americans: The Water-Melon BoysDoes this image look familiar?

  • Winslow Homer Paintings about African-Americans: A Visit from the Old Mistress

  • Winslow Homer Paintings about African-Americans: The Cotton Pickers

  • Winslow Homer Paintings about African-Americans: Upland Cotton

  • Winslow Homer Paintings about African-Americans: A Sunday Morning in Virginia

  • Winslow Homer Paintings about African-Americans: The Busy Bee

  • Other painters of the period expressed similar sentiments about the state of African-Americans.Edward Lamson Henry: Kept In

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: The Blue Boat

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: The Sponge Diver

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: The Gulf Stream

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: Fog Warning

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: Lost on the Grand BanksIn 1998, Microsofts Bill Gates paid more than $30,000,000 for this painting, the most ever for an American painting. (Doris Homer, one of Winslow Homers living relatives said, Its not worth it!)

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: Right and Left

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: An October Day

  • Winslow Homers Realism/Naturalism: Deer Drinking

  • Thomas Eakins1844-1916Baseball Players PracticingThomas Eakins was fascinated by the human form.He sought to capture it in action and in its purest forms.

  • Thomas Eakins: The Gross Clinic

  • Thomas Eakins: Detail of The Gross Clinic

  • Thomas Eakins: Study of the Head of Samuel David Gross

  • Thomas Eakins:The Agnew Clinic

  • Thomas Eakins:John Biglin in A Single Scull

  • Thomas Eakins:Max Schmitt in A Single Scull

  • Thomas Eakins:The Biglin Brothers Turning the Stake

  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler(1834-1903)Study in Grey and Black

  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler: At the Piano

  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler

    Symphony in WhiteSymphony in White II

  • Impressionism: A style of painting started in France during the 1860s. Impressionist artists tried to paint candid glimpses of their subjects in everyday life, which showed the effects of sunlight on objects and people at different times and in different weather conditions throughout the day.

    Mary CassattReine Leaning over Margots Shoulder

  • John Singer Sargent

    1856-1925Self Portait

  • W.O.M.A.N.

  • John Singer Sargent: Carnation Lily, Lily Rose

  • John Singer Sargent: Mrs. George Swinton

  • John Singer Sargent: The Acheson Sisters

  • John Singer Sargent: Madame X

  • John Singer Sargent: Lady Agnew of Lochnaw

  • John Singer Sargent: Mrs. Carl Meyer and Her Children

  • John Singer Sargent: Alice Vanderbilt Shepard

  • John Singer Sargent: Mrs. Henry White

  • John Singer Sargent: Mrs. Hugh Hammersley

  • John Singer Sargent: The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit

  • John Singer Sargent: Mr. And Mrs. John Phelps Stokes

  • W.O.M.A.N.

  • Another side of John Singer Sargent: The Hermit

  • Mary Cassatt1844-1926The only American to exhibit with the French ImpressionistsOne of only two women to exhibit with the French ImpressionistsConcentrated on the public and private lives of womenBreakfast in Bed

  • Mary Cassatt: The Garden

  • Mary Cassatt:The Bath

  • Mary Cassatt:At the Opera

  • Mary Cassatt:At the Theater

  • Mary Cassatt:Lydia in a Loge Wearing a Pearl Necklace

  • Mary Cassatt:Lydia Seated at an Embroidery Table

  • Mary Cassatt:Woman Reading in a Garden

  • Mary Cassatt:Mrs. Duffee Seated on a Striped Sofa

  • Mary Cassatt:The Cup of Tea

  • Mary Cassatt: The Letter (based on a Japanese print)

  • Mary Cassatt:Alexander J. Cassatt and His Son

  • Maurice Prendergast1858-1924

    Allies Day, May, 1917

  • Maurice Prendergast:Central Park, 1901