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Edgar Degas 19th century, Paris, influenced by Ingres (lines) and Courbet (realism), subject matter of dancers, racehorses, no landscape, style is spontaneous and full of movement, cropping, impasto, complimentary pairs The Dancing Class L'Absinthe The Tub
Claude Monet 19th century, Paris, influenced by Manet, Pisarro and Renoir, subject matter of landscapes and the fleeting effects of light, impasto, aerial perspective The Haystacks Series The Rouen Cathedral Series The Water Lily Series
Camille Pisarro 19th century, Paris, subject matter of landscapes and city views, influenced by Seurat, Turner and Constable (landscapes), style consists of his atmospheric use of light and impasto brush strokes The Boulevard Montmartre on a Cloudy Morning Port Marly
Pierre-August Renoir 19th century, Paris, subject matter of open air group scenes, influenced by Monet, style is saturated colours impasto technique The Luncheon Of The Boating Party Le Moulin de la Galette
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