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Chaim Soutine-Paintings of Torment & Pain

Chaim Soutine Paintings of a Troubled Soul Chaim Soutine paintings are extremely expressive of his inner turmoil and volatile moods. He tended to use strong, bold colors, while distorting his subjects. His paintings often portrayed elements from his Jewish heritage,… Continue Reading →

The Summer House of Renoir in Essoyes

Essoyes, Champagne & the Summer House of Renoir In June 2017, the summer House of Renoir in Essoyes, opened its doors to the public. The house, now completely renovated, aims to give the the visitor a glimpse into the rural… Continue Reading →

The Impressionism Style of Louise Catherine Breslau

The Impressionism Style of the German/Swiss Artist Louise Catherine Breslau Louise Catherine Breslau was not officially part of the impressionism movement. However it is clear through her artworks, that Impressionism influenced her style. Maria Luise Katharina Breslau (December 6, 1856… Continue Reading →

Impressionist Art-Monet Exhibitions in 2019-2020

Impressionist Art-Monet Exhibitions in 2019-2020 For all fans of Impressionist art & Monet paintings, below is a comprehensive list of Claude Monet exhibitions all over the world from now until 2020. Exhibition: Claude Monet: The Truth of Nature Where: Denver… Continue Reading →

Maurice Denis & the Symbolism Art Movement

Symbolism Art Movement, Les Nabis, Religious Art Revival & Maurice Denis Maurice Denis belonged to many interconnecting art movements of the late-nineteenth century. These included Post-Impressionism, Japonism, Neo-Traditionalism, Neo-Classicism, Synthetism, Les Nabis and the Symbolism Art Movement.   He is… Continue Reading →

Edouard Vuillard Paintings-Bold & Intimate

Vuillard paintings – Intimate, Bold & Expressive Edouard Vuillard’s paintings are characterized by bold and vivid colors, thick outlines &, distorted and flattened perspectives. Art historians consider him as one of the most important pre World War II French artists…. Continue Reading →

A Boy with Sailboats by the Neo-impressionism Painter Henri Martin [Public Domain]

Mont Sainte-Victoire – Paul Cezanne’s Muse

Mont Sainte Victoire – In the Footsteps of Paul Cezanne Paul Cezanne painted Mont Sainte Victoire again and again between the years 1882 and 1906. These paintings are considered as some of the best landscapes ever painted. Art historians and… Continue Reading →

Monet’s Beautiful Venice Landscapes

Monet’s Venice Landscapes (Oct 1908 – Dec 1908) Claude Monet’s Venice landscapes are considered the most popular and best known of his artworks. In his wildest dreams, Monet would never have thought that these paintings would one day become iconic…. Continue Reading →

The Renoir Masterpiece & Maison Fournaise

Auguste Renoir Masterpiece – Luncheon of the Boating Party Even if you are indifferent to impressionism art, you will probably still be familiar with the very famous Renoir masterpiece: Luncheon of the Boating Party. This painting is practically the “Mona… Continue Reading →

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