Realism - Mrs. Behler's course page

Realism WHAT CONTRIBUTED TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF REALISM? Materialism: Science, technology, and industry can help to understand all truth, solve all problems, and create happiness for humans.

Utilitarianism: Virtue is based on utility and conduct should be directed toward promoting the greatest happiness for the greatest number of people. Survival of the fittest (Darwinian theory) development of socialism / Karl Marxs Communist Manifesto Rising standard of living (vaccinations, telegraph, public sanitation, electricity)

REALISM IN VISUAL ART Greatest aim was to depict a truthful objective view of the world Artists wanted to show society as it really was (not Romanticized) Scenes of industrial cities, physical labor, real people Artist was thought of as a scientific observer of

detail Gustave Courbet 1819 1877 Father, innovator of the Realist movement and addressed social and controversial issues through his art. His style encompassed the spontaneity, irregularity, and harshness of real life.

Some works to be considered borderline pornographic After Dinner at Ornans, 1849 Gustave Courbet Burial at Ornans, 1850 Gustave Courbet

The Stonebreakers 1849 Gustave Jean-Francois Millet 1814 - 1875

Founder of the Barbizon school of Realist painters in France Style was very influential for Van Gogh, Monet, and Seurat The Gleaners is monumental composition devoted to the rigors of the working class. The Gleaners

1857 Jean-Francois Millet Angelus, 1857 Jean-Francois Millet

douard Manet 1832 1883 Born in Paris, France (frequently visited and studied at the Louvre when he was young and was extremely Influenced by Ren. masters). Painted modern-life subjects He began as a Realist but made the transition to

Impressionism His two most famous paintings are thought to have marked the beginning of Modern art. - The Luncheon on the Grass - Olympia The Luncheon on

the Grass douard Manet 1863 1510 HIGH ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

Realism in Literature Focused on hardships of life (Charles Dickens Hard Times exposed the under side of industrial factory work) Became a tool of reform to better individuals lives Industrial hardships actually led to many

reforms in labor laws and the factory system Realism in Drama Henrik Ibsen Norwegian playwright A Dolls House a play about an ordinary family with a dark secret. It does not have a happy ending as many plays and stories do (the mother abandons her family). He was greatly influenced by Shakespeares tragedies in

this way. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GWNXrcxsoM George Bernard Shaw Irish playwright who was also very active in left-leaning politics Pygmalion - The play is a commentary on the rigid British class system of the day as well as womens independence. The film version (My

Fair Lady) romanticized the core ideals of the work. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJr9SSJKkII

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