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The title of the exhibition is Frederic Bazille and the Birth of Impression. It is located on

the mezzanine floor. It is located in the East Building at the National Gallery of Art. The dates

that it is in place are April 9, 2017 until July 9, 2017. There are three large rooms in this exhibit.

It is located in Concourse, the East Building. The Concourse contains a large auditorium,

a small auditorium, and a gallery space. The color of the walls in the museum is that of earth

colors. I see different shades of beige, grey, and white. The other artists included in this room

were Claude Monet’s work, Auguste Renoir’s work, and Paul Edmondson’s work. There are

paintings, drawings, sculptures, limestones, and painted sheet metals. When entering a room, I

see different art materials being used in this exhibit. The physical experience is one of awe. It is

amazing to see the famous artists and the ways in which they bring art to life. The groups that

organized the exhibition are the National Gallery of Art, the Museedorsay, Paris. The purpose of

the exhibition is to shed light on an underappreciated figure, Frederic Bazille. Frederic Bazille

was born on December 6, 1841. He was born in Montpellier, France. He was raised in a wealthy

family at the south of France.

He left home in 1860 to first study medicine in Paris. But, he realized his true calling, true

love, and true passion was for the arts. At first, his parents were disappointed that he left the

field of medicine. Being that he came from a wealthy family, he had a very spacious studio.

He was very generous to his fellow painters. While leaving school to pursue are, he met fellow

painters. The fellow painters that he met were Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Alfred

Sisley. These three painters also helped founded the impressionist movement. He was very

generous to these fellow painters and he helped support and contribute to their success. They

were allowed to use his home as headquarters.

Some of Frederic Bazille’s works included “Summer Scene”, “Family Reunion”, “La Robe

Rose”, Atelier de la rue Furstenberg”, “Aigues-Mortes”, and “Autportrait”.

In 1870, his life was cut short. In 1870, he joined the infantry due to Franco and Prussian war

beginning. He was later sent to Algeria but then later appeared on the frontline in battle.

He died in battle in1870. Frederic Bazille was only 29 years of age. Many believed that if he

lived longer, his works would be more appreciated. This exhibit has done a great job in

shedding light on his contribution to art.

The exhibition focus is Bazille’s artistic practices. It brings together seventy four paintings and budding impressionist who were his friends. The focus is contemporary life that helped lay foundation of impressionism. Theexhibit is organized in the Grand Concourse room. The wall colors are modern nude. It has many blues and whites. The lighting is bright. The objects are displayed in a way in which it appears that objects were turning to face the picture of a camera.

The special features that enhance the goals of the exhibition are the stiff and formal

posture of the figure which shows realism and impressionism. The exhibition content is a family

reunion/ birthday celebration. The objects included in exhibition are Gaston Bazille, artist’s

father ten family members, leaves, trees, blue sky, and clouds.

The artists that are represented are Gaston Bazille, the artist father and ten family member.

one object from exhibition is clouds. A physical description is that the clouds are white and

scattered throughout. Its placement in exhibition and relationship to other objects is that the

clouds seem fixed in the blue sky. The clouds are next to the bright summer light which

brightens the clothing.

One strength of the exhibition is that this exhibition is the first major presentation

of Bazille’s work in America. It is also an outdoor figural art. I liked that it focused on color and

human candid figures. I liked how it combined traditional painting with outdoor painting. My

favorite exhibit is the family portrait or the family gathering. The painting shows a picture of

some type of family gathering. It appears to be summer. It is an oil canvass. Each person is their

own portrait. It appears that they are looking at a spectator. Their postures are stiff and still. I

like this painting because it is a beautiful painting that exhibits the outdoor life. It is an open

air painting. It features all of the members of his family. His parents are sitting on the bench.

The other people in the painting are his aunts, uncles, and cousins. The people in the picturegave the impression that they stop to pose for the photograph. I like the idea of a large paintingwith many people in it. It is very diverse. I like the outdoor/ summer setting. I liked how itshowed that even though the people are outdoors, they are sitting still. When you are outdoors,

one may think of movement. When you are inside, you think of objects being still. You may

think of people sitting still at a dining room table or on a living room couch. I liked how he

placed the people under the tree. One area is shaded while the other area is bright. The contrast is

great. This contrast enhanced the strong colors of the landscape and the sky. The clouds stand out

as well. His use of color and depiction of human figures is consider two strengths of his

paintings. I liked that his outdoor setting, which included trees, grass, sky, and clouds, helped

to capture the beautiful outdoors and nature at its best.

I do not see much weakness in the painting. I would have liked to see some movement

with the people in the painting. In this painting, I would have liked to see more human

interaction.

This exhibition enhanced my understanding of the role of art and in culture by learning

about impressionism and realism. This exhibit was an example of both. It was a realist and

impressionist style. The weakness is the lack of interaction between family members. The

objects were all stiff like they were caught off guard posing for a camera. The strength is that

even though he died lying on the battlefield, his works are still being appreciated

today.

The

strength is that this exhibit showed his underappreciated works. Many artists have been

influenced by his works and are still influenced by his works even

today.

The exhibition enhances my understanding of the role of art in culture in many ways.

It enhanced it by learning about impressionism and realism. This exhibit was an example

of both. It has a realist and impressionist style to it. He was known as one of the painters who

captured outdoor figural art. He helped bring together traditional figure painting with outdoor

practices. I believe that if he lived longer, he would have been destined to become one

of the greatest leaders of the impressionist revolution.

Frederic Bazille and the Birth of Impression

The title of the exhibition is Frederic Bazille and the Birth of Impression. It is located on

the mezzanine floor. It is located in the East Building at the National Gallery of Art. The dates

that it is in place are April 9, 2017 until July 9, 2017. There are three large rooms in this exhibit.

It is located in Concourse, the East Building. The Concourse contains a large auditorium,

a small auditorium, and a gallery space. The color of the walls in the museum is that of earth

colors. I see different shades of beige, grey, and white. The other artists included in this room

were Claude Monet’s work, Auguste Renoir’s work, and Paul Edmondson’s work. There are

paintings, drawings, sculptures, limestones, and painted sheet metals. When entering a room, I

see different art materials being used in this exhibit. The physical experience is one of awe. It is

amazing to see the famous artists and the ways in which they bring art to life. The groups that

organized the exhibition are the National Gallery of Art, the Museedorsay, Paris. The purpose of

the exhibition is to shed light on an underappreciated figure, Frederic Bazille. Frederic Bazille

was born on December 6, 1841. He was born in Montpellier, France. He was raised in a wealthy

family at the south of France.

He left home in 1860 to first study medicine in Paris. But, he realized his true calling, true

love, and true passion was for the arts. At first, his parents were disappointed that he left the

field of medicine. Being that he came from a wealthy family, he had a very spacious studio.

He was very generous to his fellow painters. While leaving school to pursue are, he met fellow

painters. The fellow painters that he met were Claude Monet, Pierre Auguste Renoir, and Alfred

Sisley. These three painters also helped founded the impressionist movement. He was very

generous to these fellow painters and he helped support and contribute to their success. They

were allowed to use his home as headquarters.

Some of Frederic Bazille’s works included “Summer Scene”, “Family Reunion”, “La Robe

Rose”, Atelier de la rue Furstenberg”, “Aigues-Mortes”, and “Autportrait”.

In 1870, his life was cut short. In 1870, he joined the infantry due to Franco and Prussian war

beginning. He was later sent to Algeria but then later appeared on the frontline in battle.

He died in battle in1870. Frederic Bazille was only 29 years of age. Many believed that if he

lived longer, his works would be more appreciated. This exhibit has done a great job in

shedding light on his contribution to art.

The exhibition focus is Bazille’s artistic practices. It brings together seventy four paintings and budding impressionist who were his friends. The focus is contemporary life that helped lay foundation of impressionism. Theexhibit is organized in the Grand Concourse room. The wall colors are modern nude. It has many blues and whites. The lighting is bright. The objects are displayed in a way in which it appears that objects were turning to face the picture of a camera.

The special features that enhance the goals of the exhibition are the stiff and formal

posture of the figure which shows realism and impressionism. The exhibition content is a family

reunion/ birthday celebration. The objects included in exhibition are Gaston Bazille, artist’s

father ten family members, leaves, trees, blue sky, and clouds.

The artists that are represented are Gaston Bazille, the artist father and ten family member.

one object from exhibition is clouds. A physical description is that the clouds are white and

scattered throughout. Its placement in exhibition and relationship to other objects is that the

clouds seem fixed in the blue sky. The clouds are next to the bright summer light which

brightens the clothing.

One strength of the exhibition is that this exhibition is the first major presentation

of Bazille’s work in America. It is also an outdoor figural art. I liked that it focused on color and

human candid figures. I liked how it combined traditional painting with outdoor painting. My

favorite exhibit is the family portrait or the family gathering. The painting shows a picture of

some type of family gathering. It appears to be summer. It is an oil canvass. Each person is their

own portrait. It appears that they are looking at a spectator. Their postures are stiff and still. I

like this painting because it is a beautiful painting that exhibits the outdoor life. It is an open

air painting. It features all of the members of his family. His parents are sitting on the bench.

The other people in the painting are his aunts, uncles, and cousins. The people in the picturegave the impression that they stop to pose for the photograph. I like the idea of a large paintingwith many people in it. It is very diverse. I like the outdoor/ summer setting. I liked how itshowed that even though the people are outdoors, they are sitting still. When you are outdoors,

one may think of movement. When you are inside, you think of objects being still. You may

think of people sitting still at a dining room table or on a living room couch. I liked how he

placed the people under the tree. One area is shaded while the other area is bright. The contrast is

great. This contrast enhanced the strong colors of the landscape and the sky. The clouds stand out

as well. His use of color and depiction of human figures is consider two strengths of his

paintings. I liked that his outdoor setting, which included trees, grass, sky, and clouds, helped

to capture the beautiful outdoors and nature at its best.

I do not see much weakness in the painting. I would have liked to see some movement

with the people in the painting. In this painting, I would have liked to see more human

interaction.

This exhibition enhanced my understanding of the role of art and in culture by learning

about impressionism and realism. This exhibit was an example of both. It was a realist and

impressionist style. The weakness is the lack of interaction between family members. The

objects were all stiff like they were caught off guard posing for a camera. The strength is that

even though he died lying on the battlefield, his works are still being appreciated

today.

The

strength is that this exhibit showed his underappreciated works. Many artists have been

influenced by his works and are still influenced by his works even

today.

The exhibition enhances my understanding of the role of art in culture in many ways.

It enhanced it by learning about impressionism and realism. This exhibit was an example

of both. It has a realist and impressionist style to it. He was known as one of the painters who

captured outdoor figural art. He helped bring together traditional figure painting with outdoor

practices. I believe that if he lived longer, he would have been destined to become one

of the greatest leaders of the impressionist revolution.

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· I am majoring in communication and minoring in public relations and family studies, I personally love working with people, I feel very happy seeing them satisfied with their present and looking forward to their future, I love learning different cultures, backgrounds, beliefs, traditions, and many things that I have never learnt before. My goal to make the hearing and Deaf worlds one unit so they will be able to communicate with each other to learn about their different worlds and so that we can get more opportunities. I am wondering if I can volunteer for one week-on August 18 until 25 and then after, I will take my time to socialize with different people. It would be a great experience for me. Thank you. Hope to hear from you soon.

·  I would like to make a new website which looks somewhat like Facebook and Couchsurfing which serves both the Deaf and Hearing people whatever race and religion they are, everybody can join the social media and make new friends all over the world which will allow the possibility of making new friends, having a familiar face to visit outside your country, have a person guide you around a new city to learn new things like Deaf and Hearing cultures, countries’ history, cultures, foods and  etc.

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The National Gallery of Art in Washington DC

We will be meeting in the ROTUNDA of the WEST BUILDING of the NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART, sharp. Please be sure to consult the website for location and directions and ARRIVE ON TIME. www.nga.gov

PROJECT : MUSEUM PROJECT, National Gallery of Art

This project is being assigned in conjunction with our required class at the National Gallery of

Art. We will meet in the ROTUNDA located in

the West Building of the National Gallery of Art at 1:00 p.m. sharp. We will then move through

the West Building galleries and discuss specific artworks that relate to our discussions in the

classroom. We will end our visit in the East Building of the National Gallery, which houses the

National Gallery’s Modern Art collections. Time will be given at the end of our class for

students to circle back to galleries and collect information and photographs needed to

complete this Project 2, which must be submitted as a PDF attachment

DESCRIPTION:

Walk through the galleries of the National Gallery of Art and select five works of art that you

like or find interesting, that are found in different galleries and related to different time periods

of art history AND THAT WERE NOT DISCUSSED AS A CLASS.

1. Take a photograph using your phone of each art work

2. Copy down the label information that includes the artist’s name, title of the artwork, the

medium it is made in, the date it was made, etc.

3. Copy down the gallery number the artwork is found in (generally this is noted on the

door to the room)

4. Select one of the artworks and take a selfie that includes you with the artwork

5. Upload each of your six photos (this includes your selfie) into a MSWord or other

document format capable of being saved as a PDF (Be sure to size your images into

something manageable).

6. Type your name at the top of your document

7. Type the label information for each artwork below the image in your document

8. Write a short paragraph (minimum 5 and maximum 10 sentences) about each of the

five artworks that describes the following:

a. Explain why you like this artwork or find it interesting.

b. Discusses the “language” the artwork uses (specific colors it includes or materials

it is made of, it’s overall form, size, lines, shapes, textures, etc.)

c. Explain some up-close details related to the artwork that you could not have

seen if you had not see it in “real life”

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