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Paul Cezanne, 225 Paintings
Cezanne, 1839 to 1906, can be said to form the bridge
between late 19th century Impressionism and the early
20th century's new Cubism. The statement attributed to
both Matisse and Picasso, that Cezanne is father to all
modern artists, cannot be easily dismissed. Using planes
of colour and small brushstrokes that build up to form
complex fields, at once both a direct expression of the
sensations of the observing eye and an abstraction from
observed nature.
Edgar Degas, 210 Paintings
Degas, 1834 to 1917,  was one of the true founders of the
actually traversed many artistic styles. His paintings
display his mastery in the depiction of movement,
apparent in his studies of dancers and of racehorses, and
he liked to project how we view active scenes by
cropping subjects awkwardly and by choosing unusual
viewpoints. Of course all this along with his alternating
vivid use of rich and chromatic color.
Paul Gauguin, 300 Paintings
Gauguin, 1848 to 1903, was a major catalyst during the
Post Impressionism period. His bold experimentation with
color, and incorporation of cloisonnism, led directly to the
Synthethism style of modern art, in which niether form
nor color predominate but each has an equal role. He had
a great admiration for the folk art of cultures of the world,
inspiring him to lead the way to Primitivism. He felt
traditional painting had become too imitative and lacked
symbolic depth. By contrast, the art of Africa and Asia
seemed to him full of mystic symbolism and vigour.
Moving to Tahiti, he spent the last years of his life
celebrating the life of it's inhabitants on his canvas.
Edouard Manet, 135 Paintings
Manet, 1832 to 1883, was one of the first 19th century
artists to approach modern life subjects. A pivotal figure
in the transition from Realism to Impressionism. His
approach engendered controversy with the established
art world, but today these are considered watershed
paintings that mark the genesis of modern art.
Claude Monet, 250 Paintings
Monet, 1840 to 1926, is recognized as a founder of
impressionist painting, and the most consistent and
prolific practitioner of the movement's philosophy of
expressing one's perceptions of nature. The term
Impressionism is derived from the title of his painting
Impression Sunrise. He was entranced by the way
sunlight played off subjects. Trusting his perceptions, he
painted in brilliant color and light which gave the world a
glimpse of nature as never before considered.
Pierre Auguste Renoir, 475 Paintings
Renoir, 1841 to 1919, was a master in the impressionism
style and a major figure in it's development. He celebrated
beauty from whatever elements he might come across. It
has been said that Renoir is the final representative of a
tradition which runs directly from Rubens to Watteau.
Renoir's paintings are notable for their vibrant light and
saturated color, most often focusing on people in intimate
and candid compositions. He suggested the details of a
scene through freely brushed touches of colour, so that
his figures softly fuse with one another and their
surroundings.
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