iGeorge Hendrik Breitner, Meisje in de rode kimono, 1896, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam
iAuguste Rodin (beeld) en Edouard Manet, Dans la serre, 1879 in Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlijn. Foto: Jean-Pierre Dalbéra (via Wikimedia Commons)
iEdouard Manet, Dans la serre, 1879 in Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlijn
iClaude Monet, Water lelies, 1916, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo
iJ.M.W. Turner, Wolken en water, ca. 1840, Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle & Heino/Wijhe
Course: 10 great artists on the road to modernity
From Turner to O'Keeffe
Wether you are a beginner at Art History, or took the introduction lectures and advanced course already, you will enjoy this new course that art historian Carien Kanters has developed. You can start ór continue to learn about some of the great names in Western art.
In this new series we will cover 10 of the biggest names of the 19th and early 20th century in depth, to show you how these exceptional artists went on a search for modernity in art. From the romantic landscapes of painter Joseph Mallard Turner, via the innovative impressionist Monet, to the father of Cubism Cezanne. From the groundbreaking sculptures of Rodin, via the wild colours of Matisse to the crazy genius of Salvador Dali, and more.
Joseph Mallord William Turner | Edouard Manet | Claude Monet | Paul Cézanne | Auguste Rodin | George Hendrik Breitner | Henri Matisse | Kees van Dongen | Salvador Dalí | Georgia O'Keeffe