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Famous Impressionist Paintings

WhAT did the impressionism movement stand for?

Initiated by a group of artists in 19th century Europe, Impressionism was an art movement that violated all of the rules associated with traditional art. Artists were encouraged to experiment with a new technique called en plein air.


Édouard Manet The Luncheon on the Grass (1863)


Édouard Manet Olympia (1863)


Frédéric Bazille Bazille’s Studio (1870)


Claude Monet Impression, Sunrise  (1872)


Berthe Morisot The Cradle (1872)


Alfred Sisley Fog, Voisins  (1874)


Edgar Degas The Dance Class  (1874)


Pierre-Auguste Renoir Dance at Le Moulin de la Galette (1876)


Gustave Caillebotte Paris Street, Rainy Day  (1877)


Mary Cassatt In the Loge  (1878)


Marie Bracquemond Afternoon Tea  (1880)


Pierre-Auguste Renoir Luncheon of the Boating Party (1881)


Édouard Manet A Bar at the Folies-Bergère (1882)


Camille Pissarro Boulevard Montmartre  (1897)


Claude Monet The Water-Lily Pond  (1899)