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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Max Liebermann
Strickendes Mädchen, im Profil nach links
circa 1882
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Hippolyte Petitjean
Nu dans le Foret
1891
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Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Femme à la Rose, Andrée
1919
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John Singer Sargent
Figure Bending Over
1874-1878
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John Singer Sargent
Studies for Medusa
1921-1925
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John Singer Sargent
Study for Apollo and the Muses
circa 1921
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John Singer Sargent
Mary Potter
circa 1921-1924
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John Singer Sargent
A Game of Chess
circa 1907
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Thomas Hunt
The White Sail
circa 1928
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Ernst Ludwig Kirchner
Zwei weibliche Akte im Atelier
1910
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Peter Marius Hansen
The artist’s daughters picking apples
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