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  • "So much of the art, Impressionism, is about nature, and virtually every Matisse is somehow looking from inside to outside," Mr. Williams said.

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  • Take for instance, the difference between Philip Glass and John Adams: where Adams, with his hints towards jazz and Impressionism, is deliberately asserting a taxonomic relationship with various established genres, Glass's music, especially outside of a dramatic context, usually seems more concerned with internal proportion than external lineage.

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  • "But then you can see as soon as he got to Paris, his pallet lightened and I think the interest in neo-Impressionism is very clear in the second portrait."

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  • Chapter on the glare aesthetic in American Impressionism by William Gerdts, link.

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  • He had found the thing which the modern people call Impressionism, which is another name for that final scepticism which can find no floor to the universe.

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  • A California Impressionism has its roots in French Impressionism with which these artists were well-acquainted.

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  • The word Impressionism often conjures up visions of the beautiful gardens and lily ponds of Monet, the tender family scenes of Renoir and Cassatt, or the dancers of Degas.

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  • Anne and Kenneth Griffin - Impressionism and Post-Impressionist art

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  • Impressionism, which is another name for that final scepticism which can find no floor to the universe.

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  • What is called Impressionism is -- let it not be forgotten -- a technique which can be applied to any subject.

    The French Impressionists (1860-1900)

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