The story behind Impressionism salon art exhibition and rejected works hit5杨帆

The big story behind the Impressionists: salon art and rejected works Claude Monet, Impression, Sunrise, 1872. On canvas Oil. The term "Impressionist" will remember Monet are in the minds of everyone (Claude Monet) of the cross era "impression, sunrise" (Impression, Sunrise). What is the "impressionism"? What are the characteristics of this faction? Where does the word ‘impression’ come from? It’s a big story. Lead the National Art College ethos of Impressionism appeared in the mid nineteenth Century to the next, at the time of the French style is not the mainstream, but attracted criticism, and controversial new art. At that time the French art, led by the National Academy of arts. The Art Institute of Italy as early as sixteenth Century, the young artists to study art, will be in accordance with the traditional rules to follow an individual master to become an apprentice, but it is easy to cause the artist accepted art education is not consistent, informal, especially the research about aesthetics, history, art theory and so on. School of intent is that artists including paintings, sculpture, music and other aspects can accept a unified education, to supplement the traditional art. The college is becoming more and more popular in Europe, and the last is the evolution from private operation to national operation. Francois-Auguste Biard, Four O ‘at the Salon, Salon of 1847, Clock. On canvas Oil. Salon art exhibition has laid the foundation for the standard and art education, Art Institute to do next, is to plan the graduates to build awareness of their way. Since the beginning of the year eighteenth Century, the college will host the salon Art Exhibition (Salon) every year (or every two years), just as the graduation exhibition. An artist’s future career is directly dependent on the art exhibition. In 1725, the French government in the Louvre in Paris held the first salon. The exhibition use every inch of the site location, the overwhelming display of all works of art, the peak period and even exhibited more than 3 thousand works. At that time, there was no large-scale commercial market for art trade, Sharon naturally become an important way for the public to understand new artists. Gabriel Jacques de Saint-Aubin, The of Salon 1767. And gouache Watercolour. Sharon is not a commercial market, will not permit the sale, so the whole exhibition will not specify a price for work, but will provide contact information of the author in the works of art, so that the public can visit the artist’s studio in private. Sharon is not only a bridge between the public and the artist, but also a symbol of contemporary art, plays an important mission to lead the generation of art standards D相关的主题文章:

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