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Georges Seurat is considered one of the most important Post-Impressionist painters. He moved away from the apparent spontaneity and rapidity of Impressionism and developed a structured, more monumental art to depict modern urban life. 'Bathers at Asnières' (shown here) is an important transitional work. It shows him developing the application of his novel pointillist technique to a large work on the scale of History painting.
It was the first of Seurat's large-scale compositions. He drew conté crayon studies for individual figures using live models, and made small oil sketches on site which he used to help design the composition and record effects of light and atmosphere. Some 14 oil sketches and 10 drawings survive. The final composition, painted in the studio, combines information from both.
While the painting was not executed using Seurat's pointillist technique, which he had not yet invented, the artist later reworked areas of this picture using dots of contrasting colour to create a vibrant, luminous effect. For example, dots of orange and blue were added to the boy's hat.
Detail from Georges Seurat, 'Bathers at Asnières', 1884 © The National Gallery, London.

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Come and see a new loan in Room 44, John Singer Sargent’s ‘Wineglasses’. Born in Florence of American parents, Sargent spent most of his life in Europe. He studied painting in Italy and later became a friend of Monet.

Sargent probably painted this study of a sun-dappled veranda at St-Enogat in Brittany, where he spent the summer of 1875. The light brushwork reveals the influence of the Impressionists, whose work was encountered by Sargent in Paris, where he was studying. He gave this work to his teacher at the time, Carolus-Duran.

Detail from John Singer Sargent, ‘Wineglasses’, probably 1875 © On loan from a private collection

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In Room 44 you can see works by Manet, Monet and the Impressionists. On the left you can see Adolph Menzel’s ‘Afternoon in the Tuileries Gardens’. It was almost certainly inspired by another of the National Gallery's paintings, Manet's 'Music in the Tuileries Gardens', painted just five years earlier.
Adolph Menzel was the leading German artist of the second half of the 19th century. This painting was executed by him in 1867 following a visit to the city to see that year's Universal Exposition.
Menzel made several sketches in the Tuileries Gardens which he took back to Berlin with him although none of these actually anticipate the composition of the finished painting.
Photo by #nationalgallery Photographer Maria Conroy
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In Room 44 you can see works by Manet, Monet and the Impressionists. Claude Monet’s ‘Bathers at La Grenouillère’ hangs on the right.

The work depicts a popular boating and bathing establishment with an adjacent floating café, on the Seine near Bougival to the west of Paris. In the summer of 1869 Monet was living near La Grenouillère, working alongside Renoir. He painted sketches of the scene in a very fresh and direct manner, possibly in preparation for a slightly larger canvas, now lost.

Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of the leading painters of the Impressionist group. He evolved a technique of broken brushstrokes and used bold combinations of pure complementary colours, to capture the light and movement of his landscapes and figure subjects.
Renoir's work seems always to be about pleasurable occasions, and reveals no great seriousness in his subjects. He apparently shocked his teacher Gleyre by saying, "if painting were not a pleasure to me I should certainly not do it". You can see paintings by Renoir at the National Gallery in Room 42.

Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

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Happy birthday to Berthe Morisot, born #onthisday in 1841. She exhibited with the Impressionists from 1874. 'Summer's Day' is probably the painting that Morisot exhibited under the title 'The Lake in the Bois de Boulogne' in the fifth Impressionist exhibition, held in 1880.
Intentionally sketchy in execution, it depicts two fashionable young women in a boat floating placidly on a lake. The sense of a visual impression that has been quickly captured on canvas is reinforced by the tiny detail of a horse-drawn carriage moving swiftly along the far shore. The women, probably professional models, also appear in other works by Morisot.

Detail from Berthe Morisot, 'Summer's Day', about 1879 © The National Gallery, London.

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Para esse sábado, nada melhor que essa imagem idílica deliciosa de uma mesa na varanda, esperando por taças de vinho. Bom fim de semana! 🇧🇷Detalhe de “Taças de vinho” John Singer Sargent, provavelmente de 1875 © Empréstimo de uma coleção privada.

O pintor John Singer Sargent nascido em Florença de pais americanos, Sargent passou a maior parte de sua vida na Europa. Estudou pintura na Itália e mais tarde tornou-se amigo de Monet.

Sargent provavelmente pintou este estudo de uma varanda ensolarada em St-Enogat, na Bretanha, onde passou o verão de 1875. A pincelada revela a influência dos impressionistas, que os conheceu em em Paris, onde estudava. Ele presenteou essa obra ao professor na época, Carolus-Duran. 🇬🇧Detail from John Singer Sargent, ‘Wineglasses’, probably 1875 © On loan from a private collection.

Sargent spent most of his life in Europe. He studied painting in Italy and later became a friend of Monet.

Sargent probably painted this study of a sun-dappled veranda at St-Enogat in Brittany, where he spent the summer of 1875. The light brushwork reveals the influence of the Impressionists, whose work was encountered by Sargent in Paris, where he was studying. He gave this work to his teacher at the time, Carolus-Duran.

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어느날은 한 시간씩 저 의자에 앉아 그림을 바라본적도 있었다. 근처에 가면 잠깐이라도 들러서 앉아있던 내 위로의 자리. 위로의 그림. 위로의 시간. 먼 나라에서 혼자였던 시절 내 쉼터. 저 자리를 보자마자 울컥했다. #Repost @national_gallery (@get_repost)
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Georges Seurat is considered one of the most important Post-Impressionist painters. He moved away from the apparent spontaneity and rapidity of Impressionism and developed a structured, more monumental art to depict modern urban life. 'Bathers at Asnières' (shown here) is an important transitional work. It shows him developing the application of his novel pointillist technique to a large work on the scale of History painting.

It was the first of Seurat's large-scale compositions. He drew conté crayon studies for individual figures using live models, and made small oil sketches on site which he used to help design the composition and record effects of light and atmosphere. Some 14 oil sketches and 10 drawings survive. The final composition, painted in the studio, combines information from both.

While the painting was not executed using Seurat's pointillist technique, which he had not yet invented, the artist later reworked areas of this picture using dots of contrasting colour to create a vibrant, luminous effect. For example, dots of orange and blue were added to the boy's hat.
Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

#seurat #georgesseurat #landscape #impressionism #impressisonist #frenchart #frenchpainting #painting #art #arthistory #fineart #artmuseum #museum #artgallery #gallery #nationalgallerylondon #trafalgarsquare

'Summer's Day' is probably the painting that Morisot exhibited under the title 'The Lake in the Bois de Boulogne' in the fifth Impressionist exhibition, held in 1880.
Intentionally sketchy in execution, it depicts two fashionable young women in a boat floating placidly on a lake. The sense of a visual impression that has been quickly captured on canvas is reinforced by the tiny detail of a horse-drawn carriage moving swiftly along the far shore. The women, probably professional models, also appear in other works by Morisot.

Detail from Berthe Morisot, 'Summer's Day', about 1879

Tags: #otd #artist #morisot #berthemorisot #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting #landscape

Georges Seurat is considered one of the most important Post-Impressionist painters. He moved away from the apparent spontaneity and rapidity of Impressionism and developed a structured, more monumental art to depict modern urban life. 'Bathers at Asnières' (shown here) is an important transitional work. It shows him developing the application of his novel pointillist technique to a large work on the scale of History painting.

It was the first of Seurat's large-scale compositions. He drew conté crayon studies for individual figures using live models, and made small oil sketches on site which he used to help design the composition and record effects of light and atmosphere. Some 14 oil sketches and 10 drawings survive. The final composition, painted in the studio, combines information from both.

While the painting was not executed using Seurat's pointillist technique, which he had not yet invented, the artist later reworked areas of this picture using dots of contrasting colour to create a vibrant, luminous effect. For example, dots of orange and blue were added to the boy's hat.
Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

#seurat #georgesseurat #landscape #impressionism #impressisonist #frenchart #frenchpainting #painting #art #arthistory #fineart #artmuseum #museum #artgallery #gallery #nationalgallerylondon #trafalgarsquare

Georges Seurat is considered one of the most important Post-Impressionist painters. He moved away from the apparent spontaneity and rapidity of Impressionism and developed a structured, more monumental art to depict modern urban life. 'Bathers at Asnières' (shown here) is an important transitional work. It shows him developing the application of his novel pointillist technique to a large work on the scale of History painting.
It was the first of Seurat's large-scale compositions. He drew conté crayon studies for individual figures using live models, and made small oil sketches on site which he used to help design the composition and record effects of light and atmosphere. Some 14 oil sketches and 10 drawings survive. The final composition, painted in the studio, combines information from both.
While the painting was not executed using Seurat's pointillist technique, which he had not yet invented, the artist later reworked areas of this picture using dots of contrasting colour to create a vibrant, luminous effect. For example, dots of orange and blue were added to the boy's hat.
Detail from Georges Seurat, 'Bathers at Asnières', 1884
Tags: #seurat #georgesseurat #landscape #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting

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Happy birthday to Berthe Morisot, born #onthisday in 1841. She exhibited with the Impressionists from 1874. 'Summer's Day' is probably the painting that Morisot exhibited under the title 'The Lake in the Bois de Boulogne' in the fifth Impressionist exhibition, held in 1880.
Intentionally sketchy in execution, it depicts two fashionable young women in a boat floating placidly on a lake. The sense of a visual impression that has been quickly captured on canvas is reinforced by the tiny detail of a horse-drawn carriage moving swiftly along the far shore. The women, probably professional models, also appear in other works by Morisot.
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Detail from Berthe Morisot, 'Summer's Day', about 1879.

Georges Seurat is considered one of the most important Post-Impressionist painters. He moved away from the apparent spontaneity and rapidity of Impressionism and developed a structured, more monumental art to depict modern urban life. 'Bathers at Asnières' (shown here) is an important transitional work. It shows him developing the application of his novel pointillist technique to a large work on the scale of History painting.
It was the first of Seurat's large-scale compositions. He drew conté crayon studies for individual figures using live models, and made small oil sketches on site which he used to help design the composition and record effects of light and atmosphere. Some 14 oil sketches and 10 drawings survive. The final composition, painted in the studio, combines information from both.
While the painting was not executed using Seurat's pointillist technique, which he had not yet invented, the artist later reworked areas of this picture using dots of contrasting colour to create a vibrant, luminous effect. For example, dots of orange and blue were added to the boy's hat.
Detail from Georges Seurat, 'Bathers at Asnières', 1884 © The National Gallery, London.

#seurat #georgesseurat #landscape #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting

I wanted a Gauguin. I couldn't afford a #Gauguin so I painted my own - life size exact copy and on heavy weave.

Then I wanted a Monet and a Renoir - but the Gauguin was so damn painstaking I'll have to save up for the Monet and Renoir because I just can't be bothered painting another Impressionist copy! It's hard work... #instagramart #beautiful #picoftheday #instagood  #worldofartists #galleries #instaartist #in
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@Regrann from @national_gallery - Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of the leading painters of the Impressionist group. He evolved a technique of broken brushstrokes and used bold combinations of pure complementary colours, to capture the light and movement of his landscapes and figure subjects.
Renoir's work seems always to be about pleasurable occasions, and reveals no great seriousness in his subjects. He apparently shocked his teacher Gleyre by saying, "if painting were not a pleasure to me I should certainly not do it". You can see paintings by Renoir at the National Gallery in Room 42.

Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

#renoir #pierreaugusterenoir #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting #gallery #instamusum #Regrann

Pierre-Auguste Renoir was one of the leading painters of the Impressionist group. He evolved a technique of broken brushstrokes and used bold combinations of pure complementary colours, to capture the light and movement of his landscapes and figure subjects.
Renoir's work seems always to be about pleasurable occasions, and reveals no great seriousness in his subjects. He apparently shocked his teacher Gleyre by saying, "if painting were not a pleasure to me I should certainly not do it". You can see paintings by Renoir at the National Gallery in Room 42.

Photo by #nationalgallery photographer Maria Conroy.

#renoir #pierreaugusterenoir #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting #gallery #instamusum

Happy birthday to Berthe Morisot, born #onthisday in 1841. She exhibited with the Impressionists from 1874. 'Summer's Day' is probably the painting that Morisot exhibited under the title 'The Lake in the Bois de Boulogne' in the fifth Impressionist exhibition, held in 1880.
Intentionally sketchy in execution, it depicts two fashionable young women in a boat floating placidly on a lake. The sense of a visual impression that has been quickly captured on canvas is reinforced by the tiny detail of a horse-drawn carriage moving swiftly along the far shore. The women, probably professional models, also appear in other works by Morisot.

Detail from Berthe Morisot, 'Summer's Day', about 1879 © The National Gallery, London.

#otd #artistbirthdays #artistbirthday #morisot #berthemorisot #impressionism #impressisonist #art #arthistory #painting #landscape

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