American Impressionism: A New Vision, 1880-1900 - Editions Hazan by Katherine M. Bourguignon
An innovative exploration of American interpretations of Impressionist patterns and appearances This vibrant and lively book focuses on a group of American artists who apply impressionist ideas and techniques to…
American Impressionism synopsis
An innovative exploration of American interpretations of Impressionist patterns and appearances This vibrant and lively book focuses on a group of American artists who apply impressionist ideas and techniques to American citizens, thereby attracting and caring for an enthusiastic American audience. These artists, including Mary Cassat, John Singer Sargent, James McNeill Whistler, Theodore Robinson, William Merritt Chase and Child Hissam, invented a new and highly diverse version of the Impressionist movement.
Some experts in Impressionism discuss the impact of impressionism on the countryside and the paintings of Robinson and Hossam. He looked at the important photographs taken by Cassatt, Sargent and Whistler, which illustrate their role in exploring the wonderful color harmony and influences developed by contacting French artists such as Claude Monet and Edgar Degas.
The book includes more than 60 paintings, some well known, others less familiar, produced in Europe and America. Through the representation of American imagery, from the Atlantic coast to New York public parks, through the most recent ideas about art making, the artists presented here created a unique expression of the evolving national identity..
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