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Barnes Foundation’s next exhibit is ‘Renoir: Father and Son/Painting and Cinema’

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Rare and unseen Van Gogh sketches go on display in the Netherlands

The Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam may be home to masterpieces like The Potato Eaters, The Bedroom and Sunflowers, but fans of the revered post-Impressionist painter are flocking to the Singer Laren museum in Laren to see two rare and … Continue reading

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6 Important Impressionist Painters Who Shaped the Iconic Movement

In the 1870s, the western art world was turned upside-down with the emergence of Impressionism, an avant-garde art movement. Born in Paris, France, Impressionism was founded by a unique group of artists who each opted to abandon traditional rules of … Continue reading

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Classical Review: In ‘Night on Bald Mountain’ program, RPO plays the infernal and the impressionistic

The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra started 2018 by inviting Marcelo Lehninger, the Brazilian-born music director of the Grand Rapids Symphony Orchestra, to guest conduct this week’s program. The RPO performed last night and will repeat the concert on Saturday. Lehninger is … Continue reading

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Vegas Headliner and ‘America’s Got Talent’ Winner, Terry Fator: The Art of Ventriloquism and Impressionism

Terry Fator and Maynard. Courtesy of PR Plus Terry Fator and Maynard. Courtesy of PR Plus Vegas headliner Terry Fator hangs with Dave Plier to talk about the art of ventriloquism, impressionism, channeling the days of vaudeville, conquering Vegas and … Continue reading

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“Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay” at National Gallery Singapore

Works by some of the masters of Impressionism are currently being exhibited in Singapore. The National Gallery Singapore has some significant loans from Musée d’Orsay to make up the exhibition “Colours of Impressionism: Masterpieces from the Musée d’Orsay”. The exhibition … Continue reading

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KC Bacon applies French post-impressionism to Northwest landscapes

Tacoma artist K.C. Bacon does oil paintings of local landscapes that are very much in the vein of works by Vincent Van Gogh. Photo of art by Dave R. Davison No doubt about it, Tacoma’s K.C. Bacon is an interesting … Continue reading

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Newly Identified Vincent van Gogh Drawings Go on Display

Brigit Katz is a freelance writer is based in Toronto. Her work has appeared in a number of publications, including NYmag.com, Flavorwire and Tina Brown Media’s Women in the World. Read more from this author | Follow @brigitkatz Article source: … Continue reading

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CMA Features New Impressionist Work In American Watercolor Exhibition

The Canton Museum of Art (CMA) presents a special exhibition, American Masters: Watercolors from the CMA Permanent Collection, which features the Museum’s most recent acquisition: an 1890 Impressionist masterpiece, “Bleak House, Broadstairs,” by acclaimed pioneer of American Impressionism, Childe Hassam. … Continue reading

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Brushing Up on Impressionism!

Do you dream of walking through Monet’s garden? Are you moved by Cassatt’s tender depictions of mothers with their children? Do Degas’ paintings of ballerinas make you want to get up dance? If so, then join us for a very … Continue reading

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