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Annotated List of Works Cited

Primary
Boating. 1874. Manet.Org, www.manet.org/boating.jsp. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
We needed a few examples of artwork from each artists we talked about so this source
was very helpful. It gave us an idea about the techniques that Manet used in his artwork. It was
also very helpful because it was a very good example of his artwork.
Bracquemond, Marie. Iris in a Vase. 1886. Art History Project,
arthistoryproject.com/artists/marie-bracquemond/iris-in-a-vase/. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
This was a very important source because it showed some of Bracquemond's techniques
that she used in her artwork. It was also important because it was one of the paintings that we put
on our website that she made. It was very interesting and that is why we chose to use it.
Cassat, Mary. Auguste Reading to Her Daughter. Mary Cassatt Orginization,
www.marycassatt.org/Auguste-Reading-To-Her-Daughter.html. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
This is a very helpful source because it shows an example of Cassatt using her techniques
in her artwork. It also gave us one painting of hers to put on our website. It was also very
interesting because it was made by a very excellent artist.
Collections and Departments. Louvre, Louvre Museum,
www.louvre.fr/en/departments/paintings. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website gave us many examples of paintings done by Impressionist artists. It gave us
a big variety of artists and the styles that they did instead of the way that other people thought it

should be done. Since this website is about an art museum it gives us more information than
other websites.
Gogh, Vincent Van. Starry Night. June 1889. Starry Night, www.widewalls.ch/postimpressionist-artists/.
This painting helped us with our project because Starry Night was one of the actual
paintings that was created by an Impressionist, Vincent Van Gogh. He stood up to the people
who told him that he shouldn't paint his own way because it wasn't normal or correct. Vincent is
most popular because of this painting so we want to show people that he was an impressionist.
"Guide to Impressionism." The National Gallery, www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/learnabout-art/guide-to-impressionism/guide-to-impressionism. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website was the website we used for paintings by Impressionists. This helps us
because this source is very reliable and is very interesting with all the pictures by Impressionists.
This website had many more pictures for us to use on our website and we will definitely be using
this website a lot.
"Impressionism" Guggenheim, Guggenheim Museum,
www.guggenheim.org/artwork/movement/impressionism. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website was very helpful because it helped us with our History Fair project. It gave
us examples of art. Information about who was involved in the Impressionist act was also part of
this source. This source gives many dates to use on our website such as the timeline. They also
had different categories of different art which helps us research better.

Manet, Edouard. Alabama and Kearsarge. 1864. Manet.Org, www.manet.org/alabama-andkearsarge.jsp. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
This website helped us because it gave us an example of one of Manet's artworks. We
needed a couple of examples of artwork from each artists we talked about so this picture helped
us a lot. This painting gives us a good idea of the types of paintings and the techniques he used in
his paintings.
Mary Cassatt in the Garden. DIA, www.dia.org/object-info/a3190deb-d1b1-40c8-88a119a7dfb0ab80.aspx.
This was a very important source because it was an example of Mary Cassatt's artwork
that we used on our website. It also gave us a visual that we could see her techniques in. It was
very interesting because it was done by a very good artist.
Monet, Claude. Vetheuil in the Fog. The Art Story, www.theartstory.org/movementimpressionism.htm.
This painting is important because Claude Monet was a very important Impressionist,
who made a big difference in the Impressionists acts. His paintings were a perfect example of
Impressionist art. It gave us a good synopsis and many keys ideas of impressionism. It also gave
us a good idea of some of Monets important paintings.
Monet, Oscar-Claude. Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies. 1899. The Metropolitan Museum of
Art, www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/cmon/hd_cmon.htm. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This painting helped us with our History Fair project because Monet, the painter of
Bridge over a Pond of Water Lilies, was an Impressionist who stood up to many people. He

created his own way of painting, along with other artists, which is still admired today. He was
also one of the founders of the Impressionists which makes it more interesting to think that his
artwork was amongst the many important ones.
Morisot, Berthe. Reading. 1873. Art Critique, artcritique.wordpress.com/2011/09/.
This is a very important piece of artwork from Berthe Morisot. It shows examples of her
painting techniques. It was one of the paintings that we put on our main page of paintings.
Renoir, Pierre Auguste. Luncheon of the Boating Party. Renoir.net, www.renoir.net/luncheon-ofthe-boating-party.jsp. Accessed 18 Jan. 2017.
This was a very important source because it is one of the paintings we used as an
example for Renoir. It shows some of his techniques that he uses in other examples of his art. It
was a very interesting example of his art.
Roses. The Famous Artists, www.thefamousartists.com/berthe-morisot/roses.
This is a very rare example of art that is made by Berthe Morisot. That makes it very
important to have in our presentation. It was very interesting and helpful.
The Umbrellas. Fine Art America, fineartamerica.com/featured/1-the-umbrellas-pierre-augusterenoir.html.
We needed a couple of examples of art work from each artists so this website was a very
good source. It shows Renoir's techniques and his types of art when you look at this painting. It
was a very useful source that helped us a lot.
Three Women. Cat Walk Yourself, www.catwalkyourself.com/impressions-dior/. Accessed 18 Jan.
2017.
This was very helpful because it gave us an example of one of Marie Bracquemond's
works. It also gave us a piece of art in which she used her techniques. It was very interesting.

Secondary
"American Impressionism." The Met, www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/aimp/hd_aimp.htm.
Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website gave us an idea on how American Impressionism came to be. It explains
how the artists stood up, who they stood up to, and who started the idea. It helped us on our
website a lot. This website gives us a lot of information on impressionism.
"Annotated Bibliography." Claudemonet Impressionism, claudemonetimpressionism.weebly.com/bibliography.html. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website helped us because it gave us many examples of both secondary and primary
pictures done by Monet, who was an Impressionist. It helped with learning about his painting
skills. Monet was an important impressionist so this website helped with primary and secondary
sources.
The Art Story. www.theartstory.org/artist-cassatt-mary.htm. Accessed 17 Jan. 2017.
This website helped us because it gave us a synopsis on Mary Cassatt's life. It helped us
find information on her that we could use on our project. It helped us a lot because it gave us
information that we needed as a basis as her biography.
The Art Story. www.theartstory.org/artist-morisot-berthe.htm. Accessed 16 Jan. 2017.
This website helped us because it gave us the information on Berthe Morisot's life. It told
us what motivated her and who motivated her. It is an important source because it helped a lot
when we were writing her biography.

"Claude Monet Biography." Art Story, www.theartstory.org/artist-monetclaude.htm#key_ideas_header. Accessed 15 Jan. 2017.


This source was very helpful because it was filled with a lot of information about Monet's
life. It acted as a basis of his biography on our website. It also gave information about his
techniques and his role-models in art.
"Edouard Manet Biography." The Art Story, www.theartstory.org/artist-manet-edouard.htm.
Accessed 15 Jan. 2017.
This website helped us because it was the basis of our biography on Edouard Manet. It
gave us information on one of his art techniques that he used in many of his paintings. It also
gave information on his early life and his life before becoming a painter.
Home page. Ken Gillespie, SFCA, www.kengillespieart.com/. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website helps us because it gives an example of modern Impressionist art. The
painting is similar to the art that Impressionists did when they first became important. This
website basically shows a comparison.
"Impressionist Techniques." Impressionist Tech, impressioniststech.wordpress.com/the-sources/.
Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This website helped us with our History Fair project because it gave us information on
the Impressionists and their movement. It helped us understand why they stood up and why they
are so important. They also show us very deep information such as the different brushes they use.
"Original Oil Paintings." Mary Pettis, www.marypettis.com/portfolio.html.

This website helped us because it gave us examples of art that was by people that were
related to the History Fair topic, "Taking a Stand in History," and gave examples of the art people
used to make at this time. We think it is helpful because impressionists took a stand and painted
even when people told them their paintings were not right.
Samu, Margaret. "Impressionism: Art and Modernity." New York: The Metropolitan Museum of
Art, www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/aimp/hd_aimp.htm. Accessed 26 Nov. 2016.
This site helped because it gave us information about painters, including the
Impressionists. The website also explained about how they stood up to the "rules" of painting.
They made their own styles of painting, and these techniques are still admired today. We did not
want to forget woman during the impressionist act because they also painted and had a big role.
Tutt Art. www.tuttartpitturasculturapoesiamusica.com/2015/03/Marie-Bracquemond.html.
Accessed 15 Jan. 2017.
This website helped us because it gives us the basis of what we would write about Marie
Bracquemond on our website. It also helped us because it gave us information that we didn't
know that was very important about her. It gave many examples of art that we could see her
techniques in.