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Impressionism

Impressionism was an art movement of the 19th century. Its characterizing features are small and thin brush strokes, open composition and an ordinary subject matter. It originated in France, where during the latter half of the 19th century, a group of Paris artists were holding their own independent art exhibitions. The Impressionists faced harsh opposition from the conventional art community in France. And as a result, the term itself came from a satirical review of Claude Monet's work - "Impression, Sunrise".

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    Johann Walter-Kurau. “Boys Bathing” 1900. Original Size 14.1″×17.7″ (36×45 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Johann Walter-Kurau, also known as Jānis Valters (Latvian) or Johann Walter, (3 February 1869 – 19...
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    Johann Walter-Kurau. “Ducks” 1898. Original Size 4″×4.3″ (10.3×11.1 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Johann Walter-Kurau, also known as Jānis Valters (Latvian) or Johann Walter, (3 February 1869 – 19 December 1932)...
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    Johann Walter-Kurau. “Forest (Morning Sun)” 1904. Original Size 4″×3.2″ (10.1×8.2 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Johann Walter-Kurau, also known as Jānis Valters (Latvian) or Johann Walter, (3 February 1869 – 19...
    42,49 €
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    Vilhelms Purvītis. “In the Spring” 1933 – 1934. Original Size 40.9″×28.7″ (104×73 cm)

    Vilhelms Purvītis (3 March 1872 – 14 January 1945) was a landscape painter and educator who founded the Latvian Academy of Art and was its rector...
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    Janis Rozentals. “Jubilant children” 1901. Original Size 16.1″×25″ (41x63.5 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He revealed the...
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    Janis Rozentals. “Mother and Child” 1904. Original Size 2.6″×3.5″ (6.7×8.9 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He revealed the beauty...
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    Vilhelms Purvītis. “Spring Waters (Maestoso)” 1910. Original Size 4″×5.6″ (10.2×14.4 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Vilhelms Purvītis (3 March 1872 – 14 January 1945) was a landscape painter and educator who...
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    Janis Rozentals. “The Painter’s Studio” 1896. Original Size 25.3″×15.9″ (64.5×40.5 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He revealed...
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    Janis Rozentals. “Under the Rowan Tree” 1905. Original Size 3″×2.1″ (7.8×5.5 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Janis Rozentāls (March 18, 1866 – December 26, 1916) was a famous Latvian painter. He revealed the...
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    Vilhelms Purvītis. “Winter” 1910. Original Size 2.8″×4″ (7.1×10.1 cm). Current Location Latvian National Museum of Art

    Vilhelms Purvītis (3 March 1872 – 14 January 1945) was a landscape painter and educator who founded the Latvian...
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