Tag Archives: Post-Impressionism

Wassily Kandinsky

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Malcolm Liepke, American artist, Desire

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Paul Serusier, The Incantation (The Holy Wood), 1891

Paul Serusier, (1864–1927), French painter and inspiration for the (Post-Impressionist) Nabis movement.

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Whistler and Japanese influence

This is one of my favorite Whistler paintings, Old Battersea Bridge, and one of his nocturnes. I do recognize an influence from Japanese woodblock although not Hiroshige in particular. The painting posted to the right beside Whistler’s is Japanese but … Continue reading

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Whistler post-impressionism has an understated beauty.   Whistler’s method is interesting in how he arrives at completion by painting on a red ground, adding linseed oil mixed with color in thin layers and scraping off, allowing to dry, building depth of … Continue reading

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