Impressionist and Modern Art

Radicals in their time, the Impressionists rallied against the rules of academic painting and, as such were the early founders of Modern Art. Modern Art generally begins around the 1860s and concludes when the Contemporary Art movement starts.

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Eugène Galien-Laloue
"Vue de la Place Republique" and "Twilight in Paris"
circa 1890
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Edmund William Greacen
Tea Time
circa 1907
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Edward Cucuel
Summer Splendor
circa 1910
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Henri Matisse
Portrait of Emma
1916
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Hippolyte Petitjean
Mythological Scene en Arcadia
1895
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Robert Gemmell Hutchison
Gathering Bait & Wading
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Louis Valtat
Cygnes au Bois de Boulogne
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Louis Abel-Truchet
Au Théâtre des Varietés
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Abbott Fuller Graves
Garden House, Gloucester
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Guy Carleton Wiggins
The Library, Winter
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