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Post-Impressionism

Post-Im·pres·sion·ism (post·im·pres·sion·ism)

Post-Impressionism (postimpressionism)

 
pronunciation:
post ihm pre sh nih zm
part of speech: noun
definition: a late-nineteenth-century development in French painting, arising out of Impressionism, in which artists further rejected naturalism to study perceptual subtleties or the expressive dynamics in a subject, often through strong color and bold form.
derivations: Post-Impressionistic (adj.), Post-Impressionist (n.)