What's on the web on your pursuit, hobbies, interests and worries

PostImpressionism news

Galerie Frank Elbaz Presents MEANDERING, ACTUALLY Curated By Paul Galvez, Today


Broadway World - Jan 13, 2017
For decades after MoMA's 1936 exhibition Cubism and Abstract Art Alfred Barr's iconic diagram was the image of modern art's history: a series of -isms hung on a genealogical tree, from post-Impressionism to Surrealism. In 2013, the same institution ...
 

Elizabeth Murray: A Singular Style, Steeped in Many


New York Times - Jan 5, 2017
But her goal was always New York, whose modernist tradition included not only Surrealism (a big presence in Chicago) but also Post-Impressionism, Cubism, Abstract Expressionism, Minimalism and Pop. Through her career, Murray borrowed from all these ...
 

Immersing yourself in the colours of summer​


Bendigo Advertiser - Dec 27, 2016
Lina Bryans (1909-2000) was part of the modernist movement of the 1930s, which introduced post-impressionism to Australia. Bryan's expressive mark marking and vibrant palette was said to reflect her lively spirit, which was integral to her carving an ...
 

Post Impressionism - premium items on eBay

Abraham Lincoln Post Impressionism Van Gogh Inspired Painting


 

RARE ROGER GRILLON ORIGINAL FRENCH POST- IMPRESSIONISM OIL PAINTING ON CANVAS


 

NAVARETTE 1941 ANTIQUE PAINTING POST IMPRESSIONISM PORTRAIT DECO NUDE GRAPES


 

>> Go to all great Post Impressionism deals on eBay


Post Impressionism books

Monet or The Triumph of Impressionism


by: Daniel Wildenstein
Master of the sublime: The essential Impressionist
 
No other artist, apart from J.M.W. Turner, tried as hard as Claude Monet (1840–1926) to capture light itself on canvas. Of all the Impressionists, it was the man Cézanne called “only an eye, but my God what an eye!” who stayed true to the principle of absolute fidelity to the visual sensation, painting directly from the object.
>> More info on Amazon

Modern Art 1870-2000: Impressionism to Today


Modern matters: A blow-by-blow account of groundbreaking modernism

Most art historians agree that the modern art adventure first developed in the 1860s in Paris. A circle of painters, whom we now know as Impressionists, began painting pictures with rapid, loose brushwork. They turned to everyday street life for subjects, instead of overblown heroic scenes, and they escaped the power of the Salon by organizing their own independent exhibitions.

After this first assault on the artistic establishment, there was no holding back.
>> More info on Amazon

Impressionism: Origins, Practice, Reception


by: Belinda Thomson
During the 1870s and 1880s, a loose group of French artists, including Pissarro, Monet, and Renoir, adopted a style of painting and subject matter that challenged the art prompted by the Academie Francaise and the Salons where "official" assumptions about the meaning of painting prevailed. What has been called "the revolutionary nature of the Impressionist enterprise" emerged from political radicalism, belief in science and individualism, and a view of art true to modern life and to immediate visual perception.
>> More info on Amazon

>> Go to all Post Impressionism books


Post Impressionism pictures on the web

>> Show

Post Impressionism videos

Post Impressionism


Art History video on Post Impressionism.
 

What is Post Impressionism?


Brief description of post impressionism with some of the post impressionist artists. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS!!
 

Landmarks of Western Art Documentary. Episode 06 Impressionism & Post Impressionism


Landmarks of Western Art Documentary Series. Episode 06 Impressionism and Post-Impressionism Full Documentary. From Manet to Monet, Pointillism to ...
 

ARTH 2020 Post-impressionism


Art Historian Dr. Vida Hull ETSU Online Programs - http://www.etsu.edu/online Art History Survey II.
 

Impressionism / Post-Impressionism Lecture


Overview lecture on Impressionism and Post-Impressionism.