The last major painting of Manet's career, A Bar at the Folies-Bergere, reflects the artist's:
I see it was expressionism, but which of the answers given is a term related to that? i think it is positivism?
You're probably right. I don't see anything of the other three choices in that painting. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Bar_at_the_Folies-Berg%C3%A8re
Goya who "did not share the Enlightenment faith in the ultimate rationality and goodness of humanity," was a painter of:
he painted of killing and sorrow, so the best answer would be despair
Honore Daumier's art expressed sympathy for what class of people:
it shows many paintings of regular people, and a few of working farmers. but im not sure if it is farmers or working class?
Probably working class: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&as_qdr=all&q=Honore+Daumier%27s+art&btnG=Search
Corot painted only in his studio using professional models for his subjects.
I cannot find if this is true or not, i am thinking not, but cannot find proof?
I think it's false, too. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean-Baptiste_Camille_Corot#The_art_of_Corot This article refers to a change during his lifetime: "...from the plein-air paintings of his youth, shot through with warm natural light, to the studio-created landscapes of his late maturity..."
The bar: I agree expressionism, but then pessimism follows as the adjunct...beneath the glitter, a double meaning.
despair is an understatement.
Working class....common people would have been a better answer.
Corot was noted for the reality of his outdoor scenes. He did not use models for this.
1. I'd have to agree with you, because nothing else really fits.
2. Best known for his "Black Paintings" so I'd agree here as well.
3. This painter did caricatures of political figures, so which class were they apt to be in?
4. If you mean Jean-Baptiste Camille Corot, he was known for his landscapes. Therefore, you'd have to say "no."
Tricky questions I must say!
Sra (aka Mme)
the answers were
#3. working class
thank you all for the help!!!