Origin of Post-Impressionism
Related formsPost-Im·pres·sion·ist, adjective, nounPost-Im·pres·sion·is·tic, adjective
Examples from the Web for post-impressionism
Post-Impressionism is nothing but the reassertion of the first commandment of art—Thou shalt create form.
Like all sound revolutions, Post-Impressionism is nothing more than a return to first principles.
Post-Impressionism can no more make good artists than good laws can make good men.
Post-Impressionism, therefore, implies no violent break with the past.
Post-Impressionism is accused of being a negative and destructive creed.