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Det Moderne Gennembrud Essay

582 words - 3 pages

Hip Hip Hurra 

Billedets udseende 
Hip Hip Hurra er lavet af P.S. Krøyer i 1888. Målet på maleriet er 134,5x165,5 cm og er udstillet på Göteborgs Kunstmuseum. 
Der ses en forsamling på 11 personer, som ses i normalperspektiv. Heriblandt er P.S. Krøyer, Michael Ancher, Anna Ancher og Helga Ancher. De sidder i en have omkring et opdækket bord med champagne. Det er et meget festligt billede, og man ser glæden i deres ansigtsudtryk. Der sker en bevægelse i billedet ved, at de er ved at skåle - stemningen er i top. 
Krøyer har placeret sig selv og de andre kunstnere i det gyldne snit. Hans pointe var at male kunsternes fællesskab, og dette kan være begrundelsen for, at han har placeret lige præcis dem i det gyldne snit. Man kan også fornemme i billedet, at der er et godt ...view middle of the document...

 At mændene står op kan afspejle, at kvindernes rolle var mere begrænset end mændenes. Dengang passede kvinderne børnene og dette afspejler Anna også ved, at hun holder om Helga. 
 
I forgrunden: 
Vi ser 2 kvinder og en pige. Vi ser Martha Johansen, som er klædt i mørkt tøj. Anna Ancher og hendes Datter Helga er iklædt lyst og hvidt tøj. De skinner igennem i forhold til de andre kvinder i billedet. Herudover ses bordet som er beklædt med en fin, hvid dug fyldt med champagne og flotte glas. Ved at Krøyer har givet duen en stærk hvid farve, skiller den røde flakse sig meget ud, fordi kontrasten mellem dugen og flasken er stærk. Champagnen var dyr dengang, og dermed lægger man mærke til pengene - de er velhavende. 

Mellemgrunden: 
Vi ser en kvinde. Hun er iklædt mørkt tøj.
Der er 7 mænd/kunstnere som fylder en stor del af billedet. De skåler og samtidig med at de er ved at råbe “hip hip hurra”, eftersom det er billedets titel. De har et bredt smil på læberne som indikerer at de har det godt og at de hygger sig og har det sjovt i hinandens selvskab. 

Baggrunden: 
Den er lukket med en tætvokset buske, men der kommer noget sollys ned igennem. At billedet er lukket bagved gør, at det ser mindre ud. 

Billede 
Det er et oliemaleri. Der er brugt varme farver. Solen skinner ned, og dette kan man også se ved, at der nogen steder er malet skygger. Det er lyst og farverigt. Farverne er varme og idylliske, dog er farverne mere kølige i venstre side. De primære farver er grøn, som ses i bladene samt på champagneflaskerne. Blå bliver også brugt i tøjet, samt hvide og lyse farver som er på dugen og i tøjet. 
Lyset virker naturligt. Det kommer fra oven og er lyst og varmt. 

Genre
Det moderne gennembrud afspejler sig i billedet ved at det er en realitet. Vi er i en bestemt have, nemlig Michael og Anna Anchers. 

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