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Impressionism is an art movement that began in 19th century Paris. Its main characteristics include an emphasis on light, small yet visible brush strokes, and ordinary subject matter. Some of the best-known Impressionist painters include Monet, Renoir, and Cezanne.
The colors used as well as the subject are often very pleasing to the viewer. For the first time in history , @1860-1930's, artist's had every color in nature and the "spectrum of Light" to easily capture life and fleeting beauty. Art clubs in France and the States were the first to promote "pleine …
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As with nearly all artistic movements, some of "society" loved it, others thought it was alright, and some more hated it. To elaborate, artistic taste is one of those things that tends to vary greatly from person to person, so it is impossible to make generalizations about what "society" thinks abou…
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Impressionism began during the 1870s by Claude Monet.
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Paris in the 19th century!
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The post impressionism era began around the year 1875.
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Impressionism is an art movement begun in France that sought to capture a moment in time and give the viewer an impression of what the artist had seen by capturing it in loose fast moving application of paint onto canvas. It was a reaction against the very realistic style that had come before it. Th…
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Impressionism began in France during the 1870's.As to where, Honfleur, on the south coast of the Seine estuary, where Monet painted a picture entitled 'Impression - Sunrise' in 1872. This provided the name for the movement.
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mid 19th century france
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Édouard Manet started impressionism.
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In Paris in the mid 1800s a group of young artists decided to start a rebellion against the art "establishment" which they considered to be too rigid. Four artists and friends began the movement: Renoir, Monet, Sisley, Bazille. Their work was ridiculed and it took more than 20 years for impressionis…
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a loosely defined movement of highly individualistic painters
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began with the friendship of four students of the academic painter Marc Gleyre: Monet, Renoir, Sisley, and Bazille.
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The Impressionist period was from about 1860 to the early 1900s. Two famous composers were Debussy and Satie. The music is all about giving and IMPRESSION of an image or feeling. Nothing is clear cut, it's slightly 'fuzzy' like the impressionist paintings by Monet or Van Gogh.Modes were commonly use…
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Impressionism was an art movement of the 19th century, which began as a private association of Paris-based artists who exhibited publicly in 1874. The term impressionism originated from art critic Louis Leroy, who commented Monet's painting 'Impression: Soleil Levant'. Leroy said that it indeed was …
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Impressionism was a style of art that became especially popular in the late 1800s. It was marked by visible brush strokes, giving the impression of movement and correct lighting, and an emphasis on color.
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Like Manet, Monet, Renoir etc were in search of new forms of art in order to escape from the rigid kind of art that was deeply rooted in the mind of the artist, later as the impressionism was developed, it was one of the most influential currents and which led to much controversy and artists continu…
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Impressionism began in the city of Paris, France, where four artists met in Café Guerbois.
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An abbreviation is a way to shorten a longer word in order to save space when writing. There is no current abbreviation for impressionism.
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Claude Monet did, together with his friend Renoir.
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industrial revolution Answer 2: No! The industrial revolution had nothing to do with impressionist painting.
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William Turner was older than the impressionists, and it is possible that Claude Monet was influenced by his work when monet visited England in 1870-71. For more about Turner see link below!
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the showing of feelings. It tries to delve into the human spirit to find what is locked inside of humans.
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i think Vincent vango
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It was created to express yourself in your own ways such as your feelings and emotions.
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The impressionist style of painting is characterized chiefly by concentration on the general impression produced by a scene or object and the use of unmixed primary colors and small brush strokes to simulate actual reflected light.
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started in 1780-1942
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Claude Monet.
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Realism is still form photography and impressionism is snap shops of nature.
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Claude Monet did.
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Post-Impressionism is the term coined by the British artist and art critic Roger Fry in 1910 to describe the development of French art since Manet. Fry used the term when he organized the 1910 exhibition Manet and Post-Impressionism. Post-Impressionists extended Impressionism while rejecting its lim…
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Because of the diverse settings of the Australian country, the settings were vastly different. Australian impressionists also tended to blend the colours and layers better and had a larger colour pallat. Australians also were able to depict the weather such as strong Austrlalian heat with brighter c…
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Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Berthe Morisot.
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1870 - 1885. page 364 The power of art. Look It up! if you have problems check the index it will guide you so you can find your answers to your questions.
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Claude Monet invented it and developed it with Renoir.
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Impressionism was started in the 1870's by Claude Monet, P-A Renoir and others. They aimed at catching the light and colour of a fleeting moment, not really describing things or persons. The impression light makes on the spectator's eye. Expressionism is a movement originating in the early 1900's.…
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Impressionists in 1874 opened an exhibition at the studio of a photographer.The exhibition contained a painting by Monet titled "Impression: sunrise. For one of the critics this was a funny title and so he called all this group of painters "impressionists". With this he meant that these painters did…
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According to Art experts, impressionism is a style of spot-painting that shows a variety of bright colors to reflect patterns of light in persons and objects within. The emphasis of this art style is how natural light is captured and portrayed in the art piece, and the meaning is how one feels upon …
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Several French painters in the 19th century decided to paint in a new way-- not realistically, making every detail true-to-life, but rather focusing on their impression of the subject. Claude Monet's piece "Impression, soleil levant" (Impression, sunrise) is the root of the term Impressionism.
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The point of impressionism is to draw the picture or objects with color, not as realistic as possible. Your focus is the brush strokes and the colors. In your perspective, you are suppose to color the picture with what you see and think is important: Which colors are shown in the scenery? Don't t…
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Claude Monet is the father of Impressionism!
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Claude Monet
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Post-impression art is basically art before the abstract art movement, so these images were often quite realist.
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a style of music that was similar to the art and literature of the modern period of music
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Impressionism characteristics:Visible brush stokesUnusual visual anglesAppearance of movementEmphasis on light and its changing qualitiesShort, thick strokes of paint applied quickly to capture the essense of the subject, rather than detailBright, bold palletteCapturing light through colour - shadow…
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one is realism and one represents feelings
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The movement mostly occured in France, though there were a few Americans (Cassatt being the only very famous one).
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Impressionalism ended in 1894.
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impressionism is the use of light and depics
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It was first exhibited in 1874 and is very well known today.
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Realism is a French term meaning Naturalistic Painting with a socio-polical message, where as Impressionism is a term that was used as derogatory, but the impressionist used as a label for themselves "which was to capture an instantaneous impression of a scene in nature."
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Impressionism started with the concept that atmosphere could be expressed the best by using unbroken colors (not mixed with black or white) and to place the color dots side by side, because the eye connects them altogether and give one totally impression.The other idea of Impressionism was to catch …
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Art work is impressionism if it gives off a message. Look at some of the great Impressionists like Claude Monet and his piece Sunday on the Grande Jatte. They had a message. So basically, impressionism, gives an impression.
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It was a reaction to realism. Impressionism conveyed light and a fleeting image. Manet [not Monet] bridged the gap between the two periods.
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It started in France during the late 1800s
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In Paris, France.
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Mainly oil paint on canvas.
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Artists were influenced by the invention of the camera, because it gave them a cropped composition. It also showed the tonal effects of light and dark in much finer detail; making it easier for artists to capture the tone in their compositions.
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No, he did not. Look at a Modigliani painting! Look at a Monet painting! You can see they are not similar.
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It is a style of painting. There is also impressionistic music.
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Click link below. The beginning of the article might suffice as an answer. If you scroll down you'll see some good examples.
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Visible brush stokesUnusual visual anglesAppearance of movementEmphasis on light and its changing qualitiesShort, thick strokes of paint applied quickly to capture the essense of the subject, rather than detailBright, bold palletteCapturing light through colour - shadows cast complementry colours of…
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Characteristics of Impressionist paintings include visible brush strokes, open composition, emphasis on light in its changing qualities (often accentuating the effects of the passage of time), ordinary subject matter. Expressionism sought to express the meaning of "being alive" and emotional experi…
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Impressionism Art is the way an impressionist artist looks and feels about A painting, although it can also be about the way an impressionism artist paints, for example, using positive and negative space, using the colour wheel to find colours that appose each other, not lokking at finer details and…
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Edgar Degas was an artist in the 19th century, who worked most notably with the subject of dance and dancers. He first studied art at Ecole des Beaux-Arts, under the tutelage of Louis Lamothe. It is often mentioned that Degas was heavily influenced by Manet.
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Japanese Art influenced impressionism because it was so different to Western art of the time.The Japanese used bright, bold colours and had a very flat perspective. Artists such as Van Gogh used this method, and their palettes became much brighter and bolder. Heavy outlining was also used in Japanes…
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impressionism arts is a move ment in french painting sometimes called optical realism because of its almost scientific interest in the actual visual expirience and effect of light and movement on appearanceof objects.
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Most people hated it. Most people always hate new forms of art. People thought it rough and unfinished.
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There is a very real relationship between realism and impressionism. Impressionist artists were influenced by realist artists, so impressionism was an outgrowth of realism.
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expressionism
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Claude Monet did.
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Post impressionism, art Nouveau, Symbolism, Vienna secission, les Nabis
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The name Impressionism comes from a comment that a critic made about Claude Monet's Impression: Sunrise saying that the piece only looked like an impression because of its sketchy quality and visible brushstrokes. The artist like the name so it stuck.
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In the 1880s.
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It comes from the title of a Claude Monet painting "Impression, Sunrise". The critic Louis Leroy then coined the term "Impressionism" in a satiric review.
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The Difference The Difference between Impressionism and Post Impressionism ... Post-Impressionism reveals A freely expressive use color and form to describe emotions or movement.between Impressionism and Post Impressionism ... Post-Impressionism reveals A freely expressive use color and form to desc…
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Impressionism (1870-1890) Mostly French artists Degas, Monet, morisot, pissarro, Renoir, Sisley. Impressionist paintings are brightly colored with paint applied in disconnected strokes that were intended to be combined in the viewer's eye rather than by the painter's brush. Whether their subjects we…
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No. Eugene Boudin, Monet's mentor, told Monet to paint outdoors. but it wasn't called Impressionism, it was just called outdoor painting. the name impressionism was from Monet's most famous painting, Impression, Sunrise.
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No, Impressionism was on its way out before Picasso became a painter.
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There are thousands of painters of Impressionism, including painters today. Historically, Monet, Manet, Degas, Pissaro, Homer, Macchiaioli, Pissaro, Sisely, Cezanne, Berthe Morisot, and Cassatt, are some of the most famous.
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Thousands and thousands of artists have disliked Impressionism.
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The impressionist style of painting is characterized chiefly by concentration on the general impression produced by a scene or object and the use of unmixed primary colors and small brush strokes to simulate actual reflected light.
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Impressionism was generally from 1860-1900 in France. Leonardo da Vinci painted the "Mona Lisa" from 1503 to 1506 in Italy.
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