Impressionist and Modern Art

Modern Art rejected the past as a model for creating art, and was characterized by pure originality, innovation, and experimentation. Modern Art is largely thought to have originated with the Impressionists, who rallied against the rigid academic standards of the day. Other movements associated with Modern Art include Cubism, Futurism, and Expressionism.

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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Le petit garcon au porte-plume (Little Boy with Quill Pen)
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Etude De Femme Nue, Assise (Study of a Nude Woman Seated)
circa 1904
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
La danse à la campagne (The Dance in the Country)
circa 1890
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Frederick Carl Frieseke
Afternoon at the Beach
1905-1906
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Mary Cassatt
Looking into the Hand mirror (No. 3)
circa 1905
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Olga Ludevig
Portrait of an Old Woman
1957
Yves Brayer
Riding the Camargue horses
1956
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Raoul du Gardier
South Sea Islanders on a beach overlooking a bay
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