It is no secret that I love the impressionist movement. But how exactly do you paint in an impressionist style? Many artists seem to use it as an excuse to paint sloppily. But really, impressionism is just a relaxed form of realism in my opinion. Accuracy is still extremely important in impressionism. In this post,
John Russell, The Garden, Longpre-les-Corps-Saints, 1887 I watched a fascinating documentary the other day about an Australian Impressionist artist named John Russell. This was my first time hearing about this artist, despite him being a fellow Australian and also being connected with many prominent artists like Claude Monet and Vincent van Gogh. It seems like
Giuseppe Faraone is a painter post-impressionist modern contemporary expressing emotions through the colors, which give it its shine and harmonious paintings. Unlike the French Impressionists the artist uses chromatic rhythms of particular intensity
These large white Matilija poppies from Ojai, California, are captured in impressionistic brush strokes and lively colors by modern impressionist Erin Hanson. The thick texture of the oil paint and confident brush strokes create a tapestry of color and texture across the canvas that keeps the eye ever-moving through the scene.