Original Design Objects For Sale | Impressionism

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© by Tomoaki Orikasa
© Tomoaki Orikasa
Snail - Sterling Silver Ring - Design ©2019 by Tomoaki Orikasa - Impressionism, impressionism-603, Animals, Garden, snale ring
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Snail - Sterling Silver Ring
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10.2x13.8x7.1 in ©2015 by Franchelor
©2015 Franchelor
sculpture-black-spider-lamp-2014.jpg - Design, 10.2x13.8x7.1 in ©2015 by Franchelor - Impressionism, impressionism-603, Stainless Steel, Metal, World Culture, spider, Aranha, escultura, sculpture-black-spider-lamp
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sculpture black spider lamp 2014
Design (10.2x13.8 in) Prints available
 
27.6x19.7 in ©2018 by Artur Karkovskiy
©2018 Artur Karkovskiy
Sprace forest - Design, 27.6x19.7 in ©2018 by Artur Karkovskiy - Impressionism, impressionism-603, Landscape
Sprace forest
Design (27.6x19.7 in)
 
15.8x13.8 in ©2014 by Artur Karkovskiy
©2014 Artur Karkovskiy
still life with roses - Design, 15.8x13.8 in ©2014 by Artur Karkovskiy - Impressionism, impressionism-603, Still life
still life with roses
Design (15.8x13.8 in) Prints available
 
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Original Design Objects For Sale | Impressionism

Buy original artworks, limited editions and prints by the best contemporary artists worldwide.

Works including, in addition to their artistic or aesthetic attributes, a quality of utility in everyday life (furniture, lighting, bowls, vases ...).

Édouard Manet (1832-1883) is the first artist to paint only everyday subjects. His fast and confident manner of painting made him the forerunner of Impressionism. On April 15, 1874, the exhibition of an artist group (Degas, Renoirs, Cézanne, Pissaro, Guillaumin, Sisley and Morisot) opens with photographer Nadar. Claude Monet's canvas, Impression du soleil levant (1873) will be used by art critic Louis Leroy in an ironic article, the title of which was "the exhibition of the Impressionists". The movement was born.
The movement is characterized by the execution of outdoor paintings. The painter striving to render light, impressions rather than the precision of details.