On the occasion of the exhibition impressionism the art of landscape the catalogue for the exhibition impressionism the art of landscape is published by prestel verlag and edited by ortrud westheider and michael philipp with essays by stephen f eisenman christoph heinrich nancy ireson stefan koldehoff richard shiff and ortrud westheider. See and discover other items impressionism painting landscape design landscape painting art landscape painting the museum of modern art museum of modern art catalogues theres a problem loading this menu right now. The exhibition impressionism the art of landscape examines for the first time the experimental domains found in impressionist landscapes artists depicted the sea forest paths meadows gardens snowy landscapes and reflections on the surface of water addressing all the viewers senses. The story of the impressionist landscape paintings is not only a tale about the use of vibrant color or of the exploration of nature and its shimmering light nor is it a story only about the desire to capture the fleeting moments incorporating all of these the history of the impressionist landscape paintings speaks about the rebellion and the birth of modern art as well as the focus on . Today impressionism is often still thought of incorrectly as an art of landscape just as it is thought of as only an art of broken brush work also incorrectly there was no single impressionist subject matter and no single style
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