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It’s not unlike what happened in the 1840s, when the camera was invented, which freed artists from a too literal interpretation of nature, and opened the doors for the impressionists.
You should understand what "impressionism" really is, and what it is not, and what the impressionist stands for.
THE PAINTER IN OILDANIEL BURLEIGH PARKHURST
It is nothing to brag of, even if a man struggling against natural medievalism have entrenched himself in impressionist theory.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
I can't quite understand all this now, but it seemed a very picturesque, impressionist description when I wrote it.
My pictures may have possessed a shade too much of the impressionist character.
THE CASSOWARYSTANLEY WATERLOO
Another on "Dragon-Flies" is delightful because of its impressionist translations of Japanese poems.
LAFCADIO HEARNNINA H. KENNARD
There is the futurist, post-impressionist poseur who more than half believes in his own pose.
GREENWICH VILLAGEANNA ALICE CHAPIN
But too much of the surface of London is still the work of that dashing impressionist, the climate.
LONDON IMPRESSIONSALICE MEYNELL
They were buildings, no one could deny that; but even an impressionist painter could claim no beauty for them.
THE ONE-WAY TRAILRIDGWELL CULLUM
Is art, then, entirely indifferent to subject, as some of the philosophers of the Impressionist school contend?
PARALLEL PATHSTHOMAS WILLIAM ROLLESTON

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