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Portrait de as Femme, Marija by Ivan Vavpotič 1905-1908. Gallerie National de Slovénia, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Slovenian Impressionists 1880-1920. Petit Palais, Paris

Sir George Clausen, "Brown Eyes" (1891) (Tate Britain, 13 July 2014) This is a portrait of a local girl from the village of Cookham in Berkshire, where the artist was living in 1891. Clausen started painting open-air ‘rural naturalist’ subjects from 1880, in imitation of the French painter Jules Bastien-Lepage. The delicate play of light across the model’s features, together with the flicked Impressionist brushwork in the background, suggest both the freshness and ephemerality of youth.

Monet - "Étretat, the Needle Rock and Porte d'Aval" , c. 1885, pastel on tan paper 400x235cm, private collection

The Escape of Rochefort. Edouard Manet paints the water with impressionistic brushworks, picking up the light and movement.

One of Degas Most Famous this ballerina painting! Beautiful capture of movement and light!

Shoes (1880) | Vincent van Gogh (Dutch, Zundert 1853–1890 Auvers-sur-Oise) |

❀ Blooming Brushwork ❀ - garden and still life flower paintings - Claude Monet - Asters (1880)

Berthe Morisot: a new impression

A photograph of Berthe Morisot, her husband Eugene Manet and their daughter, Julie, circa 1881