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  • Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

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    how the art has been evolving ever since. Impressionism and Post-Impressionism are two art movements that happened in succession, and the characteristics of and existence of Post Impressionism reflects how Post Impressionism is a reaction to the earlier Impressionism and how Post Impressionism, despite its efforts to introduce something new still retained many important characteristics found in Impressionism. Discussion A. Impressionism Impressionism happened during the nineteenth century particularly

  • Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

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    Impressionism and Post-Impressionism are two artistic movements that had profound influences on the artistic community and world as a whole. Both sought to break the molds of previous artistic styles and movements by creating work truly unique to the artist him or herself. The artists of the Impressionism and Post-Impressionism movements employed vibrant color pallets, well defined brush strokes, and unique perspectives on their subjects that sought to capture light, movement, and emotions on canvas

  • impressionism

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    For the Love of Impressionism Impressionism is arguably the most beloved and famous of all the artistic styles to date, which is celebrated for its bright colour and new, imaginative view of the world and society. However, originally in Paris in the 1870s, this kind of art was viewed as controversial and undisciplined, it was considered to threaten the values that fine art was meant to uphold. Then in 1874, a group of artists got together to make their own exhibition, mostly of quite small, informal

  • Impressionism

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    Impressionism Early in the twentieth century, Impressionism brought about the artistic revolution, which included the world’s finest painters. The art of Impressionism strives to create a sensation or evoke a mood that is significant to the artist. Although, developed chiefly in France during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, the impressionistic movement was not exclusively French artists. Eugene Boudin, Jongkind, and Stanislas Lepine were among the forerunners of the Impressionistic

  • A Comparison of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism

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    A Comparison of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism In this essay, I will contrast and compare the two art movements, Impressionism, and Post-Impressionism. I will be concentrating on the works of the two leading artists of these styles Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. The impressionist movement is often considered to mark the beginning of the modern period of art. It was developed in France during the late 19th century. The impressionist movement arose out of dissatisfaction with the

  • impressionism

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    Impressionism CONCEPT: Impressionism is a trend in art witch was a launched in France and after another country's in second half of XIX century till first half of XX. This movement elaborated "paint system consist of playing in a clean and direct impression." Impressionist presented things according to their own experience, without concern for universally principles. Artists worked in the outdoor, has split colours, they were used only pure colours, sought to cast light intensity, them reflexes

  • The Impact Of Impressionism?

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    shifted away from religion during the revolution and focused on science and personal thought, almost a glance back at humanism. This shift in focus supported new ideologies, such as Marxism and Darwinism, and encouraged the new painting style called Impressionism. The impact of the

  • Impressionism and Cubism

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    any art, but two of my favorite styles – Cubism and Impressionism. I studied art in Russia and continued in United States. And every time I see a bright, full of sunshine work of Impressionist artist or a strange, bizarre looking painting done by Cubist, I get a nervous feeling inside. Feeling of beauty and visual satisfaction, appreciation and delight for people who created the art we enjoy and use every day in our lives. Cubism and Impressionism broke away from the traditional style of painting

  • Impressionism In Art

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    Impressionism: “a theory or practice in painting especially among French painters of about 1870 of depicting the natural appearances of objects by means of dabs or strokes of primary unmixed colors in order to simulate actual reflected light.” (“Impressionism.“) During the late 1800’s and early 1900’s a revolution in art began in France. Impressionism was a drastic change from the artwork from the Renaissance and the period of Romanticism in art. It was also the beginning of modern art. Famous Impressionistic

  • Impressionism Essay

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    Academic art became the catalysts that birthed the artistic movement, Impressionism. Paintings such as Le Pont de l’Europe by Gustave Caillebotte, Interior View of the Gare, St-Lazare: The Auteuil Line by Claude Monet and Boulevard Montmartre, matin d’hiver by Camille Pissarro encapsulated the artistic and social contexts of Impressionism. Artistic Contexts Claude Monet and Camile Pissarro were two of the founders of Impressionism, a movement that was largely influenced by its predecessor, Realism