Conversation,1912,oil on canvas by Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919).,image credit:Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales


Impressionism was a nineteenth-century art movement that began in France. Originally used as a derogatory word to describe these works, Impressionism has become one of the most popular and enduring of styles.

Impressionist paintings captured the artist's immediate impression of the subject, often depicting day-to-day activities and suburban landscapes. Artists tried to accurately depict how changing light affected what they saw, and they painted outdoors – a technique known as en plein air.

Make an impression with custom prints from the great Impressionists. From Monet to Degas and Manet to Renoir, browse a selection of art prints to suit any space.

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