Era of FaMOUS Post-Impressionist & Impressionist

These impressionism artwork were group together to emphasize the movement of new artist group and an abstract, broad concepts. Theses artworks are also mirrors of what they artist seen as an everyday activity or indifferent scenery.

This oil on canvas medium artwork was created by Gustave Caillebotte, an impressionist. He capture this image of new architecture of the capitol. The focus point is emphasizes with the lines.
The Plum was create by Edouard Manet, an impressionist that capture the social class in still images. The woman in the image is alone in the bar waiting in her leisure after work and staring off.
This oil on canvas medium by Gustave Caillebotte depicts three working class men in the nude. The lines in the artwork is symbol to the curve because of the similar actions and repeating steps.
French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir created this artwork to highlight the different social class acceptance in the restaurant. The groups are emerging with drinks and food over conversation.
August Renoir capture the festivities of the working class in their leisure. The working class worked every day of the week and were allow Sundays off, so interacted together in their best fits.
Edgar Degas illustrates the lines and shapes of the ballerinas body in the room. He captures the lines in the face and posture of exhaustion and uses shape to emphasize the growth from practice.
Claude Monet depicted this artwork with indefinite number of lines to express his emotions of suffering. He depicts the landscape in ranges of lighting to draw the eyes in on particular lines.
Vincent van Gogh depict the city in dark colors to express emotions of sorrow with curved lines. He also uses bright colors to show an easing or hopeful sense to the city.
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