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‘But what of British Impressionism?’

With its crisply modelled figures, Walter Frederick Osborne’s 1884 work A Tale of the Sea, above, highlights the influence of French Impressionism on a group of young British and American painters who congregated in the coastal villages of Suffolk. Philip Wilson … Continue reading

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This week’s art news: British impressionism at Christie’s; fake trades …

Bonhams confirmed after the auction that it had been sold privately, but neither the price nor the buyer was divulged. Specialist Asian art dealers, Sydney L Moss in Mayfair, currently has a group of Zeshin’s work for sale priced between … Continue reading

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South Plainfield Public Library presents Impressionism and America …

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – On Saturday, November 18 at 2pm, the South Plainfield Library welcomes back Dr. Michael Norris of Armchair Art Tours and former museum educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to continue his series of Impressionism talks.  This … Continue reading

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Exhibition on Screen: ‘The Impressionists’ premieres Nov. 20 …

Sedona International Film Festival presents the Exhibition on Screen series with “The Impressionists”. The event will show in Sedona on Monday, Nov. 20 at 4 and 7 p.m. at the festival’s Mary D. Fisher Theatre. They are the world’s most … Continue reading

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‘But what of British Impressionism?’ | Christie’s

With its crisply modelled figures, Walter Frederick Osborne’s 1884 work A Tale of the Sea, above, highlights the influence of French Impressionism on a group of young British and American painters who congregated in the coastal villages of Suffolk. Philip Wilson … Continue reading

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Show me the Monet: 5 things to know about the Impressionists …

SINGAPORE: Claude Monet, Paul Cezanne, Edouard Manet, Auguste Renoir – get ready to see works by some of the biggest names in art courtesy of the highly-anticipated Impressionist show at the National Gallery Singapore (NGS). The exhibition Colours Of Impressionism: … Continue reading

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Impressionist masterpieces to go on show at National Gallery Singapore

SINGAPORE – More than 60 Impressionist masterpieces from the Musee d’Orsay in Paris will go on show on Thursday (Nov 16) at the Colours Of Impressionism exhibition, part of the Century Of Light showcase at the National Gallery Singapore. Many … Continue reading

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South Plainfield Public Library presents Impressionism and America an Armchair Art Tour

SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ – On Saturday, November 18 at 2pm, the South Plainfield Library welcomes back Dr. Michael Norris of Armchair Art Tours and former museum educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art to continue his series of Impressionism talks.  This … Continue reading

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How Impressionism Changed the Art World and Continues to Inspire Us Today

Admired by art experts, popular with the public, and widely exhibited in the world’s top museums, Impressionism has dominated the art world for nearly 150 years. Renowned for its painters’ pioneering approach to art, the groundbreaking genre has facilitated the … Continue reading

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An indescribable pause: The Impressionists’ love letter to London

With the news fixed on the movement of refugees in Europe, the Tate has turned to an earlier period in the continent’s history when war and political instability caused a surge of migration into London. Brexit in their crosshairs, the … Continue reading

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