Impressionism.
From Manet to Van Gogh
You will explore the entire history of Impressionism and learn why this movement marks the beginning of modern art. You will also discover all the “isms” of the 19th-20th centuries.
French painting of the 19th and 20th centuries
Duration: 16 hours
Pricing: $49 USD
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Video course in English
Who is this course for?
Exhibition and museum visitors
After the course, you will visit exhibitions of Impressionism with a bundle of names and definitions in your head.
Art experts
This course will help you get a clear picture of all the revolutions in the art world in the context of the history, philosophy, photography, and painting of the 19th century.
Everyone who loves France
French culture is inseparable from Impressionists. We will help you understand their significance for the country and the whole world.
What is the format of the course?
Full HD
High-quality sound
16 hours of the salient information
Real emotions and charismatic lecturers
Detailed description and helpful visuals
Tests for self-assessment after each lecture
The course will help you:
1.
unravel the painters’ messages
2.
understand the complicated definitions
3.
distinguish Manet from Monet, Cezanne from Renoir, “neo” from “post”
4.
find the connection between the artists and their artworks
understand Impressionists and their place in the art
5.
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Study process
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Study process
Course program
What Led to the Emergence of Impressionism?
Academic art, realism, the Barbizon school, art criticism in the middle of the 20th century.
Module 1
We will give you a comprehensive idea of French painting in the 19th-20th centuries
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Module 1 "What Led to the Emergence of Impressionism?" (2 hours)
1
Crisis in academic art as a boon to Impressionism
2
The influence of early photography on the art
3
Baudelaire’s poetry as the voice of the epoch
4
Revolution in paint production and its importance for Impressionism
5
Preparation for the first Impressionist exhibition
The first exhibitions of Impressionists: achievements, failures, and the first sales.
Module 2
Salon and the First Impressionist Exhibition
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Module 2 "Salon and the First Impressionist Exhibition" (2 hours)
1
Exhibitions in the salon as a synonym for a bad taste
2
The first gathering of Impressionists
3
Why Berthe Morisot was so popular at the time
4
Salon des Refusés and its influence on French culture
5
The lifestyle of Impressionists and a profit from their artworks
The art with modern look and regard for the classic ideals
Module 3
Luminaries of Impressionism. Renoir, Degas, Caillebotte
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Module 3 "Luminaries of Impressionism. Renoir, Degas, Caillebotte" (2 hours)
1
The hallmarks of the “classic” Impressionism
2
How Auguste Renoir became a painter
3
Edgar Degas and his “craft of a blind man”
4
Gustave Caillebotte as an Impressionist and a collector
5
The aesthetics of the “classic” impressionists
The emergence of Neo- and Post-Impressionism
Module 4
The Last Exhibition of Impressionists. Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh
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Module 4 "The Last Exhibition of Impressionists. Seurat, Signac, Van Gogh" (2 hours)
1
The end of Impressionism
2
Significant statements of the Manifesto of Symbolism
3
The new names of the last Impressionist exhibition
4
Pointillism of Georges Seurat and Paul Signac
5
The creative and calculating genius of Van Gogh
The revolutionary type of an artistic genius and the birth of the new figurative language
Module 5
Post-Impressionism of Cezanne and Gauguin
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Module 5 "Post-Impressionism of Cezanne and Gauguin" (2 hours)
1
Post-Impressionist passion for experiment
2
The image of an artist: from a craftsman to a prophet
3
Paul Cezanne as a father of modern art
4
Stamp of travelling in Gauguin’s art
5
Individualization of painting and the genius of artists
The influence of the technological age on the art
Module 6
The New Age of Art. Picasso, Modigliani, Duchamp
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Module 6 "The New Age of Art. Picasso, Modigliani, Duchamp" (2 hours)
1
How the art escaped academic pressure
2
Picasso’s Cubism as a phenomenon
3
Duchamp and Mondrian’s paintings as exemplaries of the development of the art
4
Modigliani’s modern heritage
5
The movements and tendencies of the new age
Bonus lecture
Salvador Dalí: Honesty Behind Eccentricity
2 hours
Bonus lecture
Manet and Monet: Between Friendship and Art
2 hours
Who created this course
Our actor
Sam Jackson
Why are lectures delivered by actors?

More often than not, specialists who are over the moon when writing their papers and doing their research do not feel enthusiastic about delivering their ideas and texts in front of a camera. This understanding influenced our decision to invite actors who feel comfortable and confident when being filmed. The expertise of our authors ensures high-quality content, whereas the professionalism of our actors buoys up its appeal to the audience.
Author
Helen Repina
This specialist has created the text and notes of the lectures by using recent scientific literature.
Art historian, tourist guide
Editor
Nelli Kundryukova
Art historian, PhD student in art history
The editor has made the text of the lecture more coherent, structured, and easy to follow.
English editor
This person proofreads the translation and makes sure the definitions used in the lecture are accurate.
Alex Vanbroke
Translators
We are sure that education should have no frontiers. This accounts for our decision to translate our lectures into different languages. Thus, you can learn what you are interested in no matter where you are.
Anna Durden
Anastasia Grace
Sound director
Alex Dekar
John Cosgrove
Video editor
The sound director is responsible for the excellent quality of sound and video.
Thanks to the video editor, you can listen to the lecturer and follow the presentation
which boosts your understanding of the information delivered by the speaker.
Charlie Swanson
Pricing
$39,2 USD
$49 USD
You will be granted unlimited access to the course in your account
Sign up and get a 20% discount
Video course without a discount costs $49 USD
After completing the course, you will get a certificate.
It confirms that you have completed the entire course program.
About the project
Art for Introvert is one of the biggest educational projects in Europe. Our ultimate goal is to make art, psychology, and science accessible to a wider public.
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Lilly Oulson
Finally sorted out the history of art in my head thanks to your course. Great job, guys! It's really convenient you divided lectures into modules. The speaker was nice to listen to, and I loved the deep delve into the details of each painting you talked about. For sure, it's better to learn about painting with pros than browsing through weird websites.
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Lilly Oulson
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Finally sorted out the history of art in my head thanks to your course. Great job, guys! It's really convenient you divided lectures into modules. The speaker was nice to listen to, and I loved the deep delve into the details of each painting you talked about. For sure, it's better to learn about painting with pros than browsing through weird websites.
Samantha Lewis
Finished watching the course on cognitive psychology. I was looking for the comprehensive content that would give me a clear understanding of the subject, and perhaps better my perception of myself and improve my relationships with other people. No regrets about the money paid for the course, Art for Introvert does a great job when it comes to psychology, examples from real life, and clear explanations of what stands behind our actions, thoughts, desires and traumas. Thank you!!
Philip Mallbrow
I've just completed the course Become an Art Historian. Awesome format. The presentation of the material was fascinating, and 24 hours just flew by. I’m glad that for once I’ve spent my time meaningfully. Pulling myself together to take another course, on architecture this time.
Susan Ross
FAQ
What is the best way to take this course?
We recommend that you listen to all the lectures one by one to get a full picture. But, of course, you can also start from the part that interests you most.
Is there any time limit for taking this course?
There is none. Watch the course at your own pace.
Can I re-watch lectures after completing the course?
Sure! You have perpetual access to the entire course – and can return to it anytime.
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