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Impressionism. By, Alexis Pierson. About Impressionism. Impressionists created their own unique style of paintings! Impressionism began in France during the 1800’s. Impressionism started in France and moved through Europe and into the United States.

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Impressionism

Impressionism

By, Alexis Pierson


About impressionism
About Impressionism

Impressionists created their own unique style of paintings!

Impressionism began in France during the 1800’s.

Impressionism started in France and moved through Europe and into the United States.

The art and style was completely different then what people usually painted, so people didn’t really like it at first.


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Impressionism

In their paintings, artists highlighted angles of light and painted reflections in the water.

The paintings were usually of people, landscapes or historical events.

Most impressionists enjoyed making their art outside in their garden.

They used short brush strokes, and apply the paint thickly to create the idea of the subject.


Some famous impressionists
Some Famous Impressionists

There are many impressionists but the most common famous impressionists are:

Pierre Auguste Renoir

Camille Pissarro

Alfred Sisley

Berthe Morisot

Armand Guillaumin

Frederic Bazille


Sources
Sources

http://www.theartgallery.com.au/kidsart/learn/impressionism/

http://www.impressionism.info/info.html

http://artsmarts4kids.blogspot.com/2007/09/impressionism.html

http://www.ibiblio.org/wm/paint/glo/impressionism/


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