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a school of late 19th century French painters who pictured appearances by strokes of unmixed colors to give the impression of reflected light

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The themes and subjects are easily recognizable from the French Impressionist pieces that inspired them--including landscapes, garden scenes, portraits, small interior scenes, and representations of artists at work (including portraits and self-portraits)--allowing for easy entry into a show representing artists who are not household names.
Students might also find it interesting to compare examples of Horton's work to that of three important French Impressionist painters: Claude Monet, Camille Pissarro and Andre Derain.
But young American painters studying in France returned to America inspired by the work of French Impressionists.
Or the trade art shows that brought us the great French Impressionists.
The prevailing belief is that the French Impressionists changed everything about art in the 1860s and 1870s, rejecting the neoclassical formalism of painters before them in order to subjectively interpret what they saw in nature.
Film director Michael Winner: "If you bought three Van Goghs or major French impressionists you would have already spent it.
The National Museum and Gallery, just to the north of the centre and next to the city hall, houses the world's largest collection of French impressionists outside Paris.
Her influences include French Impressionists, primarily Van Gogh and Monet.
The change in style was a result of the contemporary art that Twachtman saw while he was in France Compare Springtime with works by French impressionists, such as Claude Monet and Pierre-Augusta Renoir, noting their similarities and differences.
That he was the only member of the French Impressionists to have worked in North America is a fact that still takes many people by surprise.
Forget Delius, Arnold Bax is British music's answer to the French impressionists.
The concept behind Designer Quality Fragrances is carried through to the product packaging, which features details of the works of such French Impressionists as Monet, Renoir and Degas.
Though illustrated texts date prior even to the invention of the printing press, the French Impressionists strengthened the link between important artists and books.
In painting it is applied to the French Impressionists of the 1870s, who experimented with light effects.
Kinkade was now at liberty to experiment with new and unique color combinations resulting in a distinct broadening of his palette and refinement of the broken color techniques of the French Impressionists.