Realism and Impressionism

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Download the worksheet and save it to your local files on your computer. Then, in the first table, complete the following:

  1. For each era, identify an artifact that depicts one of the characteristics provided.
  2. Explain which characteristic you think it represents, and why.


Open the worksheet that you worked on earlier in the week. Then, complete the second table, address the following:

  1. In the first column, identify creators from the twentieth and twenty-first centuries who you think made important contributions to art and culture in the form of humanities artifacts that impacted society.
  2. Identify one of the artifacts they created (in the second column) and the medium of the artifact (in the third column). Recall from Fundamentals of Human Culture that mediums can include dance, literature, sculpture, visual arts, architecture, music, performance, and so forth. Then, explain why you believe the creator felt the need to express their ideas (in the fourth column).

For example, if one of the people you chose was John Lennon, you could identify one of his songs and discuss how the song relates to examples of his social activism.

Once you have completed the second table, answer the question presented at the bottom of the page: What differences do you notice between the artifacts from each era? Reflecting on what you have learned in this theme, where do you think those differences stemmed from?

Once the worksheet is complete, save the file a final time. Submit your completed worksheet for grading.

NOTES TO TUTOR: I have attached pdf files of the materials needed for this assignment in the order needed. along with the rubric and worksheet. please reach out to me if you have any questions!

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6-3 Realism and Impressionism Listen Listen Overview: Realism and Impressionism Realism, Impressionism, and post-Impressionism are cultural eras that took place largely in Europe, Great Britain, and the United States. In the mid-nineteenth century, social a!tudes were changing. Self-indulgence and exo”cism were replaced by reverence for everyday life and images such as a seat by the fire with a loving family, including children and pets. This cozy scene was even reflected in the snug apartment of one Mr. Sherlock Holmes at 221B Baker St., the imaginary crea”on of a Bri”sh doctor, Arthur Conan Doyle. During this period of transi”on, the simple pleasures of life were celebrated. In the United States, the New England author Henry David Thoreau built a cabin with his own hands and lived there for two years, eventually wri”ng the bestseller