Realism, Marie Rosa Bonheur and Gustave Courbet
Realism started in the mid-19th century in France. The focus was to depict the real and everyday. It portrays people of all classes in typical situations. It rejects the idealized and romanticized. Its content was direct observation of the modern world. Realist recorded the dirt and grime of reality that surround them.
In this class the students will learn about Realist Such as MAria Rosa Bonheur and Gustave Courbet. The class will learn historical motives behind the Realist movement, along with the intent of the artist. Then they will use their knowledge to create their own works of art inspired by the Realist Movement.
Course Objectives Students will
•Be able to recognize the characteristics of work created in the Realist movement.
•Gain new vocabulary and apply it when discussing art work.
•Be able to discuss and critique art works of the movement, their work as well their classmates
•Understand the roots and intent of Realist movement
•create artwork inspired by Realism
•Basic Sketch Book
•Set of 3 or more Acrylic Paint
set should contain at least containing red, yellow, red, white and black
•2 or more Canvas or canvas bourd. 8” by 10” or larger
•Containers for water Paint palet (an ice cube tray and paper plates work great)
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