Results for: Impressionism

What are the characteristic of impressionism?

Visible brush stokesUnusual visual anglesAppearance of movementEmphasis on light and its changing qualitiesShort, thick strokes of paint applied quickly to capture the essense (MORE)

Where did impressionism get its name?

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 ske (MORE)

How did impressionism start?

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 ori (MORE)

Why was impressionism considered revolutionary?

  Impressionism was considered revolutionary because the European Academies of the mid to late 19th century were still training artists in the Academic style which depicte (MORE)

What is the difference between Impressionism and Expressionism?

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 th (MORE)

How was impressionism first viewed by society?

Because impressionist were breaking from traditions and depicting the lives of people and events that were "insignificant," the initial reaction to impressionism was very disj (MORE)

What were the characteristics of impressionism?

Impressionism characteristics:Visible brush stokesUnusual visual anglesAppearance of movementEmphasis on light and its changing qualitiesShort, thick strokes of paint applied (MORE)

What is the difference between impressionism and post-impressionism?

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 l (MORE)

What is the meaning of impressionism?

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 e (MORE)

How has photography inspired impressionism?

The first way photography inspired painted art was to reproduce the world in an easy way that took much of the reason for painted realism away from artists who painted. Before (MORE)