There are several Russian (and Ukrainian) painters who have been claimed to have had impressionist styles, usually for a period in the late nineteenth century. Here are two of the greatest of them.
If you too find Tracey Emin’s bed tawdry, then you should enjoy Miriam and Ezra Elia’s delightful parody of a classic Ladybird learn-to-read book, We Go to the Gallery.
Géricault’s painstaking research resulted in a painting which is not true to any moment in time, so it is ironic that publications about the painting and its production appear not to be true to the painting itself.
Anders Zorn earned a high reputation during his glittering career; although today he is perhaps more widely known for his buxom country-girl nudes, he is a painter’s painter.
There have been experimental human interfaces that have conjured up greater depth, and presented projected objects instead of flat layers.
Several Finnish painters assumed impressionist style, although in the case of Gallen-Kallela it was a step on his road to Expressionism.
Next time someone wants to know what colour Sennelier’s Bordeaux (number 008) oil pastel really is, the answer is here in L*a*b*.
Their works are rich in light and colour, strongly evocative of one of the most successful artists colonies of the nineteenth century, and include some of the most lyrical paintings of the whole century.
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Grigorescu showed progressive evolution of his style, from Barbizon through Impressionism, and is the founding father of modern Romanian art.