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Impressionism is a trend in art initiated by Parisian artists in the second half of the 19th century. It is an attempt to record on canvas a unique and transient moment affecting the senses. The idea and leitmotiv of this direction has become the pursuit of rendering brief, sensual moments in art. Pictures in the style of impressionism focus on the transience of mood and moment. Impressionist art is in opposition to the work of realists. It only shows the positive aspects of life, it does not convey difficult life truths and troubles. He doesn't deal with metaphysical dilemmas and social problems. Impressionists have cut off from religious, biblical and historical motifs and archetypes. The theme of their works was often nature as well as fun and leisure of man. These artists were one of the first to create outdoors without improving their paintings in the studios. Impressionist artists paid great attention to the role of light and angle of view. In their works they used only the colors of the seven colors of the rainbow, i.e. purple, blue, red, green, orange, indigo and yellow, mixing them only in the picture. The form of the work was often more important than its content. The most outstanding creators of the current of impressionism included, among others: Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, August Renoir and (Polish artists) Olga Boznańska, Władysław Podkowiński and Leon Wyczółkowski. The Touch of Art Gallery has in its rich offer excellent works of impressionists and artists from other artistic trends. So if you are interested in the sale of impressionist paintings of valued and popular Polish and foreign painters, we invite you to browse our range.
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