Daily Archives: January 24, 2013

Oil Painting Impression Sunrise

Previously, academic paintings were the preservers of traditional French painting rules of content and style. Most works, including still life, portraits and even landscapes, were finished in a studio. While the early Impressionists violated these traditional standards. They went to country … Continue reading

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Portrait of Irene

In 19th-century, a group of Paris-base artists begun the Impressionism with their independent exhibitions. This art movement emphasizes on accurate depiction of natural light’s play, quickly capture of common subject essence, grays and dark tones produced by mixing complementary colors, … Continue reading

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