Van Gogh:
Girasoles, 1888.

      The words Neoimpressionism and Postimpressionism embrace different streams and styles. They include many technics and aims that point to the purposes of artists. These ones are not gathered under a common unified style: each one of their works is according to the singularity of each one of their ideas.
One of these artists should be seen as a piece of the great “neoimpressionist jigsaw”. That is why we should take a look to the different styles and artists who create them.


Written by:
Beatriz Aragonés Escobar.
Licentiate in Art History

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