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Published on Nov 7, 2012
Dr. Parme Giuntini, Director of Art History at Otis College of Art and Design, presents this series on Modern Art. She will discuss the movements and ideas that changed our perspectives on art and art making. She will begin with Realism in France, around 1850, and finish with Abstract Expressionism in New York City in the mid-20th Century.
This is Part One of the lecture on Post-Impressionism. In this discussion, Dr. Giuntini discusses the critical ideas as seen through the artist Paul Cezanne, a Seminole influence on Modern Art. By the 1890's, Impressionism was no longer the leading avant-garde movement in France, and had come under some criticism. The public was custom to expecting new styles and innovation.