Impressionist Art: The First Era Of Art

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When you hear about impressionist art what is the first thing that you think of? Most people think about old French styled paintings. Impressionist art isn’t just old styled paintings formed in France by the French. Impressionist art varies to many different things and different styles. Impressionist art became a huge style of art form during the 17th to the 19th century. During the 17th, 18th, and 19th century there were quite a few artists who were considered an impressionist artist. Although the first person to be considered “the first impressionist” was Edouard Manet. Manet showed and proved that it was, and still is, possible to create a piece of artwork where the subtle depictions of light can be accomplished as well as the juxtaposition of bright, contrasting colors as by shadings of intermediate tones. This is what basically started a new era of art. What is impressionist art? Well impressionist art is when somebody takes an ordinary scene that lies in front of them and they create it into a painting. Most almost all of the original impressionists were interested in everyday sights found on nearby streets, in a quiet countryside or even places like cafes. Most of the artists we have in this generation would sketch out they 're art piece and they take their time to make it as good as they can possibly make it, but the impressionist artist do their work in one setting. They do they’re work as the day goes by. Most of the impressionists would finish a painting all at

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