Monday, June 26, 2017

Post-Impressionist

Post-Impressionism is painting the psychological feeling or sensation of things. Or more briefly the old way was representation; the new way is – expression.

The term ‘Post-Impressionism’ has only one meaning: ‘after Impressionism’. Impressionism being a phenomenon unique to French painting, the idea of Post-Impressionism is also closely linked to French art.
Picasso
Generally, the beginning of the Pos-Impressionist era dates from 1886, from the moment of the eighth and final joint Impressionist Art exhibition.

The term was coined for Roger Fry’s London exhibition “Manet and the Post- Impressionists” in 1910, which included Cezanne, Gauguin, van Gogh, Matisse and Picasso; the Second Post-Impressionist Exhibition in 1912 included the Fauves, Vlaminck, Derain, and Braque.
Post-Impressionist

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