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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Eugène Galien-Laloue
Promeneurs sur le Quai de Megisserie
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Jose Royo
Mujer con las Flores
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Julian Alden Weir
Anna Arranging Flowers
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Paul Cornoyer
Washington Square
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William Merritt Chase
The Red Roofs of Haarlem (Old Dutch Houses of Haarlem; A Street in Holland)
circa 1903
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Walter Gay
A Picture Gallery
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Gaston Wallaert
Dame au bouquet
1912
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Jose Storie
L’azalée rouge
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Louis Ritman
Afternoon Shade
1912
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Edvard Munch
The Sin (Woll 198 1)
1902
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Joseph Whiting Stock
Full Length Portrait of a Young Boy with His Dog
circa 1840-1845
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