Neo Impressionism

Vincent Van Gogh: Three White Cottages in Saintes-Maries

Vincent Van Gogh: Three White Cottages in Saintes-Maries

Three White Cottages in Saintes-Maries is an 1888 Post-Impressionist painting by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh. It is in the Kunsthaus in Zurich, Switzerland. Analysis of Three White Cottages in Saintes-Maries Vincent Van Gogh painted Three White Cottages in Saintes-Maries in 1888 during his stay in Arles in the south of France. The heavy and …

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Vincent Van Gogh: The Old Station at Eindhoven

The Old Station at Eindhoven: Vincent Van Gogh

The Old Station at Eindhoven is an 1885 Post-Impressionist painting by Dutch artist Vincent van Gogh. Analysis of The Old Station at Eindhoven The people in Dutch Post-Impressionist artist Vincent Van Gogh’s outdoor paintings are typically anonymous as can be seen in The Old Station at Eindhoven, and most of his attention is invested in …

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Paul Cézanne: Marion And Valabregue Setting Out For Motif

Marion And Valabregue Setting Out For Motif: Paul Cézanne

Paul Cézanne’s painting Marion And Valabregue Setting Out For Motif is generally aligned with that of Post-Impressionism but also is seen as looking forward to later twentieth-century developments in Modern Art. As Picasso was once to exclaim: “Cézanne is the father of us all”. The two protagonists’ gazes in 1866’s Marion And Valabregue Setting Out …

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Georges Seurat: A Young Woman Powdering Herself

A Young Woman Powdering Herself: Georges Seurat

A Young Woman Powdering Herself is an 1890 Pointillist painting by French Post-Impressionist artist Georges Seurat. Analysis of A Young Woman Powdering Herself A Young Woman Powdering Herself is a neo-impressionist (sometimes referred to as post-impressionist) painting of a woman at her toilette powdering her face by Georges Seurat. It is believed that it was …

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