Did he just paint fashionable women in fashionable clothing, or was there more to this hugely successful artist?
Her paintings take you beyond the instant optical gratification of Impressionism, into a great painterly discourse between the inside and outside.
Conclusions: did he paint Impressions, and was he a member of the Impressionist group?
Japanese woodblock prints are usually termed ukiyo-e, but ukiyo originally meant ‘this world of sorrow and grief’. How did they get their name?
A noted critic and sculptor, a career painter, and an artist who became a local politician, with examples of their work.
In the late 1880s, several painters started to work in the rural area of Heidelberg, east of Melbourne, adopting a style which later became known as Australian Impressionism.
Whistler developed a unique style which had much in common with the Impressionists, anticipating several of the key features of Impressionism.