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+ Impressionism By Paul Carney Arts

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Impressionism

By Paul Carney Arts

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+Teacher support notes

You will need to provide picture reference of Impressionist paintings for this lesson. I have created resources myself by laminating pages from a book of Impressionism I bought. They picture quality is much better and in the book I bought there were lots of close up photos of details which are perfect for this exercise.

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+Learning Aims

By completing this exercise you will learn:

Some facts about the Impressionist painters

Some of the ways Impressionists used and applied colour

How to mix colours better.

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+Impressionism

Impressionism is the name given to a group of artists who painted in France in the late 19th Century.

They reacted to the invention of the camera and moved away from painting people or religious scenes realistically.

They liked to paint outdoors at the scene not from still life or models.

They were very interested in the way light affects things and used bright and vivid colours to highlight an object's natural colour.

They were less concerned with painting realistically and more interested in capturing the way light shines on objects and how colours change in the sun.

Their work was often painted quite quickly before the light changed, and this shown in the use of thicker paints, heavy and loose brush strokes and the lack of fine detail.

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+ImpressionismThe Impressionists were a group of artists who worked in France around the end of the 19th Century. They became famous for painting with bright, vibrant colours. They used colour to express mood and feeling.

Claude Monet. Haystack at the Sunset near Giverny. 1891

Can you see how Monet uses colour to paint the Haystack in different ways, to express different moods and feelings?

What time of year do you think this was painted?

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+Claude Monet. Haystack, Snow Effects, Morning. 1890

Can you see how Monet uses colour to paint the Haystack in different ways, to express different moods and feelings?

What time of year do you think this was painted?

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+Claude Monet. Haystack at the Sunset near Giverny. 1891

Can you see how Monet uses colour to paint the Haystack in different ways, to express different moods and feelings?

What time of year do you think this was painted?

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+Impressionist Painting

Task; Select one of the famous Impressionist paintings provided. Study the painting and try to mix as many colours in the painting as you can see. Paint these colours into the margin of the page.

Add the title of the painting and the name of the artist.

Draw out the painting then paint it using the colours you have mixed.

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+Impressionist Painting (example 2)

Task; Select one of the famous Impressionist paintings provided. Study the painting and try to mix as many colours in the painting as you can see. Paint these colours into the margin of the page.

Add the title of the painting and the name of the artist.

Draw out the painting then paint it using the colours you have mixed.