Japanese Art and Impressionism: Monet Adored Ukiyo-e


Japanese Art and Impressionism: Monet Adored Ukiyo-e 

Lee Jay Walker

Modern Tokyo Times 

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Claude Monet was very important within French Impressionism and despite new artistic movements like Cubism and Fauvism altering the artistic landscape, he remained firmly committed to Impressionist art. Another major art theme which would shape Claude Monet was Japanese ukiyo-e because he was smitten by this art form when he witnessed it with his own eyes. Therefore, Claude Monet utilized these two powerful art movements and the upshot of this was stunning fresh art pieces which remain etched within the memory.

The Impressionist art movement altered the artistic world dramatically and created a new energy to art. However, for Claude Monet, and others, Impressionism was a philosophy which remained

Article source: http://moderntokyotimes.com/2013/06/30/japanese-art-and-impressionism-monet-adored-ukiyo-e/

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