The exercise is impressionistic and personal, one with which many readers will, doubtless, take issue.
In form, the stories range from impressionistic to fairly linear.
The entire film consists of archival materials edited together into an impressionistic portrait of Nixon and his closest aides.
A pack of planets transits your impressionistic sector, where transcending the material or ordinary becomes the focus.
He has permeated music completely with his impressionistic sensibility.
It may almost be said that he gave it to us as an impressionistic account of his own life.
This tendency shows itself strongly even in those whose work seems, at first sight, most purely naturalistic or impressionistic.
Really, the impressionistic appeal was so overwhelming I could not help it.
An impressionistic representation of a corner of a room and its furniture—not the whole room—is all that is needed.
He arrived after the classic, romantic, impressionistic, symbolic schools.
as a style of painting aiming to represent overall impressions rather than exact details, first attested in English 1876 (adjective and noun), coined in French 1874 by French critic Louis Leroy ("école impressionniste") in a disparaging reference to Monet's sunset painting "Impression, Soleil Levant." Later extended to other arts.