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Art History
Post- Impressionism

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The POST IMPRESSIONISM was a French art movement, was a revolutionary period of new forms of painting that came after the Impressionism. This movement didnt have only one style, in this period were developed a lot of techniques, between 1880 and 1905.

The most important post- impressionists were Vincent Van Gogh,, Georges Seurat, Paul Cezanne, Henri Toulouse- Lautrec and Paul Guaguin.

Vincent Van Gogh

He used to paint landscapes, still life of flowers and self portraits using the technique of choppy and /or wavy brushtrokes

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Georges Seurat

He used to paint the leisure activities in Paris.All his paintis was made with the techinique neme the puntillism with a lot of tiny dots.

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Paul Cezzane

He worked withn the technique squarish brushtrokes, usuallly he was panteing bathers, landscapes and the still life or fruit

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Paul Gauguin

He used to paint nayives from Tahiti, the main characteristics of his paintings are the Bright, unnatural colors and/or strong outlines

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Henri Toulouse Lautrec

He painted tha night life in Paris, in the cabarets. He used to paint cropped figures with dull colors in posters.

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