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Affordable Impressionist Art
Dawit Abeza
Affordable Impressionist Art

Affordable Impressionist Art

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Here at ATX Fine Arts! Our impressionist art pieces will enrich your home or business. Impressionists revolutsonarized art during their time; we hope that you can find compositions that will give your space the essence you're looking for.

Renowned Impressionist Artists

Choose from these world renowned impressionist artists and their masterpieces:

Claude Monet Prints

Who was Oscar Claude Monet?

Oscar-Claude Monet is an acclaimed French painter and one of the founders of the Impressionist movement alongside his companions Renoir, Sisley, and Bazille.

Claude Oscar Monet Artworks

Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet

Impression, Sunrise by Claude Monet

This work was painted from a lodging window at Le Havre in 1873 (Monet later dated it mistakenly to 1872). It was one of the nine works that appeared at the First Impressionist Exhibition of 1874.

 

Woman with a Parasol - Madame Monet and Her Son by Claude Monet

Woman with a Parasol - Madame Monet and Her Son by Claude Monet

In the composition is lady Camille. She stands on the highest point of the hill with the beautiful blue sky as the background. She is wearing a white dress and short coat. Her cloth is blowing in the wind and she then turns to look at her observer.

 

Rue Montorgueil by Claude Monet

 Rue Montorgueil by Claude Monet

The Rue Montorgueil is frequently thought to delineate a July 14 festivity. Although it was painted on June 30, 1878, for a festival that proclaimed to celebrate the "peace and work".

 

The Water Lily Pond by Claude Monet

The Water Lily Pond by Claude Monet

This reflective painting of the lily pond is one of 12 paintings, each painted from the same place in 1899, which Monet showed the following year in the Paris gallery owned by Paul Durand-Ruel.

 

Luncheon on the Grass (Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe) by Claude Monet

Luncheon on the Grass (Le Déjeuner sur l'herbe) by Claude Monet

The painting shows a woman sitting casually on the grass next to her is a man in a full suit. And behind them are a man and woman having a casual conversation. Monet was influenced by Courbet, to create this huge canvas.

 

Boulevard des Capucines by Claude Monet

Boulevard des Capucines by Claude Monet

The picture was painted from the balcony of the photographer Nadar's studio, which later hosted the First Impressionist Exhibition and where Louis Leroy came up with the term "Impressionism".

 

The Cliff Walk at Pourville by Claude Monet

The Cliff Walk at Pourville by Claude Monet

The painting depicts what is believed to be Monet's two stepchildren, Marthe and Blanche Hoschedé, walking along the French countryside.The landscape features colorful wildflowers facing the calm blue sea.

 

Springtime by Claude Monet

Springtime by Claude Monet

Created in 1872, Monet painted Camille, his first wife. The painting is often titled 'Woman Reading'. This painting depicts light as it finds its way through the canopy and Camille's pink dress. It is very typical of Monet to use fashionable and contemporary clothing on its models and Camille is no exception.

 

Camille (The Woman in the Green Dress) by Claude Monet

Camille (The Woman in the Green Dress) by Claude Monet

He finished the Camille Doncieux painting in only four days. 

 

The Basin at Argenteuil by Claude Monet

The Basin at Argenteuil by Claude Monet

In 1872 on the recommendation of Edouard Manet, Claude Monet lived in the city of Argenteuil which is located on the riverbank of France. Edouard as an older painter had lived in Gennevilliers across the river of Seine. Edouard also chose a house for Monet which is located not far from the river. Indeed the pulse of life in Argenteuil was on the river.

 

Pierre-Auguste Renoir prints

Who was Pierre-Auguste Renoir?

Pierre-Auguste was a renowned French artist who helped spearhead the Impressionist movement in France. 

 

Bal du moulin de la galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Bal du moulin de la galette by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Bal du moulin de la Galette also known as the Dance at Le moulin de la Galette. Depicts a Sunday afternoon at the original Moulin de la Galette in Paris, France. Where Parisians meet up to dance, eat, drink, and enjoy their evenings. 

 

Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Luncheon of the Boating Party by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

The artwork showcases the social change that was occurring within the French culture in the mid-to-late nineteenth century.

 

Two Sisters (On the Terrace) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Two Sisters (On the Terrace) by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Renoir delineates his artistic brilliance in Two Sisters. Showcasing a stunning young woman with her younger sister next to her on a lovely day. Note the younger child is actually not her biological sister. 

 

Girls at the Piano by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Girls at the Piano by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Young Girls at the Piano (Jeunes filles au piano) was a commission painting for the Musée du Luxembourg. Renoir showcases two young girls near a wooden piano, one in a white dress, who is seating down and seems ready to play the piano. 

 

Reclining Nude by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Reclining Nude by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Reclining Nude represents Renoir's move towards sharp figure paintings. Renoir painted numerous nude paintings from different angles. 

 

Dance at Bougival by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

Dance at Bougival by Pierre-Auguste Renoir

The models were Renoir's friends Paul Lhote and Suzanne Valandon. Valandon was also an artist who worked closely with Renoir.

 

Édouard Manet Prints

Who was Édouard Manet?

Édouard Manet was a prestigious French painter of the nineteenth century, who exceeded expectations in delineate present-day art on canvas. He had a skill of rearranging subtleties and freely utilizing brush strokes to portray his works.

 

The Luncheon on the Grass (Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe) by Édouard Manet

The Luncheon on the Grass (Le Dejeuner sur l'Herbe) by Édouard Manet

The painting highlights a bare lady calmly dining with two completely dressed men. Her body is unmistakably lit and she gazes legitimately at the watcher. The two men, dressed as youthful dandies, appear to be occupied with discussion, disregarding the lady.

 

The Battle of the USS "Kearsarge" and the CSS "Alabama" by Édouard Manet

The Battle of the USS "Kearsarge" and the CSS "Alabama" by Édouard Manet

The painting celebrates the Battle of Cherbourg of 1864, a maritime commitment between the Union cruiser USS Kearsarge and the Confederate looter CSS Alabama.

 

A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (Un bar aux Folies Bergère) by Édouard Manet

A Bar at the Folies-Bergere (Un bar aux Folies Bergère) by Édouard Manet

The painting delineates a scene in the Folies Bergère club in Paris. It initially was with the writer Emmanuel Chabrier, a dear companion of Manet, and hung over his piano. The painting embodies Manet's promise to Realism in its nitty-gritty portrayal of a contemporary scene.

 

The Execution of Emperor Maximilian by Édouard Manet

The Execution of Emperor Maximilian by Édouard Manet

Execution of Emperor Maximilian is one of only a handful couple of works where Manet looks for a sensational impact. The painting represents the peak of a notable recorded scene. Napoleon III mediated in Mexico to keep it from inclining toward the United States, for which he had no compassion and which was around then excessively associated with the Civil War to fight his activities viably.

 

Bullfight by Édouard Manet

Bullfight by Édouard Manet

This is the most capturing and sensible of Manet's bullfights and furthermore the most energetic in the system. The field transmits daylight, and the bull and the toreros' caps make dark sprinkles against its splendor.

 

The Balcony by Édouard Manet

The Balcony by Édouard Manet

The painting delineates four figures on a balcony, one of whom is sitting; the painter Berthe Morisot, who wedded Manet's brother Eugène in 1874.

 

The Spanish Singer by Édouard Manet

The Spanish Singer by Édouard Manet

This painting, which mirrors the Parisian vogue for Spanish art and culture during the Second Empire, won Manet his first mainstream and basic accomplishment in quite a while debuting at the Salon of 1861.

 

Berthe Morisot with a Bouquet of Violets by Édouard Manet

Berthe Morisot with a Bouquet of Violets by Édouard Manet

It portrays individual painter Berthe Morisot wearing a black grieving dress, with a scarcely unmistakable bunch of violets. The painting, some of the time known as Portrait of Berthe Morisot, Berthe Morisot in a black hat or Young lady in a black hat. Manet additionally made a carving and two lithographs of a similar organization.

 

The Railway by Édouard Manet

The Railway by Édouard Manet

A train passes, leaving a haze of steam noticeable all around. A young lady, her back turned, stands to gaze at it. A young lady, sitting next to her, gazes upward from her book to friend out.

 

The Fifer by Édouard Manet

The Fifer by Édouard Manet

The Fifer was painted by Édouard Manet in 1866. Manet painted in both the Realist and Impressionistic style, and like numerous inventive artists, was not well-refreshing time permitting.

 

Edgar Degas Prints

Who was Edgar Degas?

Edgar Degas named Hilaire-Germain-Edgar Degas was a French artist famous for his work in painting, figure creation, printmaking, and drawing. He is viewed as one of the organizers of the Impressionism movement in spite of the fact that he dismissed the term, and liked to be known as a pragmatist.

 

The Tub by Edgar Degas

The Tub by Edgar Degas

Displayed at the eighth Impressionist presentation in 1886, this pastel is one of a progression of seven pictures created by Degas in the mid-1880s on the topic of ladies at their ablutions, a subject previously investigated by the artist in a progression of monotypes.

 

The Ballet Class by Edgar Degas

The Ballet Class by Edgar Degas

Degas consistently went to the Paris drama house, as an individual from the group of spectators as well as a guest behind the stage and in the dance studio, where he presented by a companion who played in the symphony.

 

After the Bath, Woman Drying Herself by Edgar Degas

After the Bath, Woman Drying Herself by Edgar Degas

Thunderous hues and surfaces utilized in making this artwork of a woman washing. 

 

Two Dancers on Stage by Edgar Degas

 Two Dancers on Stage by Edgar Degas

Degas was captivated by artful dance. These dancers are likely playing out the Ballet des Roses, organized by the Paris Opera organization during exhibitions of Mozart's Don Giovanni.

 

A Cotton Office in New Orleans by Edgar Degas

A Cotton Office in New Orleans by Edgar Degas

Degas portrays the minute when his uncle Michel Musson's cotton financier business failed in a monetary accident, as indicated by Michael McMahon of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. The firm was overwhelmed by the after war development of the Cotton Exchange.

 

The Dancing Class by Edgar Degas

The Dancing Class by Edgar Degas

It was finished two years after the Foyer de la Dance, and it shows Degas' development towards Impressionism. He creates a totally novel structure by giving the scene the fantasy of having been painted from a raised position.

 

The Bellelli Family by Edgar Degas

The Bellelli Family by Edgar Degas

Edgar Degas finished his preparation in Italy, where part of his family lived. Here he painted his dad's sister, Laure, with her significant other, the aristocrat Bellelli and her two girls, Giula and Giovanna.

 

Woman Combing Her Hair by Edgar Degas

Woman Combing Her Hair by Edgar Degas

The subject of a lady masterminding her hair is a typical one with Degas. It goes before the arrangement of Women at their Toilette and has a more keen authenticity. Here the focal point of intrigue is that splendid corner to corner plane because of the long hair of a rosy blonde shading. Degas himself was additional touchy to the magnificence of hair.

 

Paul Cézanne Prints

Who was Paul Cézanne?

Paul Cezanne was one of the main artists of Post Impressionism. He used planes of shading and small brushstrokes into his art.

 

The Large Bathers by Paul Cézanne

The Large Bathers by Paul Cézanne

Considered by many to be the absolute masterpiece of this artist.The subject and the technique used is completely different from the standard of works that the painter has made in his artistic career.

 

The Basket of Apples Still life by Paul Cézanne

The Basket of Apples Still life by Paul Cézanne

Taking a first look at The Basket of Apples, one might have a strange feeling of precarious balance; there are various parts with different balances, but when added together they conclude in a completely balanced composition.

 

The Card Players by Paul Cézanne

The Card Players by Paul Cézanne

The two players engaged in the card game are isolated from the other customers of the club. The two men are perhaps farmers and one of them was probably named Alexandre, the gardener on the estate of the artist's father in Jas de Bouffan.

 

Henri Matisse Prints

Who was Henri Matisse?

Henri Matisse was a French artist, known for his unique utilization of color shading. He was a sketcher, printmaker, and sculptor, and master painter.

 

Woman with a Hat by Henri Matisse

Woman with a Hat by Henri Matisse

Woman with a Hat (Femme au chapeau) was the focal point of a significant art debate that prompted the art development and movement of twentieth-century Fauvism.

 

The Open Window by Henri Matisse

The Open Window by Henri Matisse

Matisse's Open Window is a symbol of early Fauvism. It's praised as one of his most significant and early paintings that contributed to the Fauve school, a gathering of artists, including André Derain, Maurice de Vlaminck, and Georges Braque, that rose in 1904.

 

Dance by Henri Matisse

Dance by Henri Matisse

In 1909 Matisse got a commission by a Russian industrialist named Sergei Shchukin. Who approached Matisse to create for him three enormous scale canvases to brighten the staircase of his chateau, the Trubetskoy Palace, in Moscow.

 

The Joy of Life by Henri Matisse

The Joy of Life by Henri Matisse

During his Fauve years, Matisse often painted scenes in the south of France throughout the late spring. The Joy of Life is one of his signature pieces that was painted during that time.

 

Green Stripe (Portrait of Madame Matisse) by Henri Matisse

Green Stripe (Portrait of Madame Matisse) by Henri Matisse

Green Stripe depicts the artist's wife Amélie. This is one of Matisse's most celebrated paintings of the twentieth century due to its colorful and innovative display of hues and tones.

 

The Red Room by Henri Matisse

The Red Room by Henri Matisse

Matisse himself considered this painting a 'decorative panel' and it was expected to be displayed at the lounge area in the Moscow chateau of a celebrated Russian art collector Sergey Shchukin.

 

Camille Pissarro Prints

Who was Camille Pissarro?

Camille Pissarro, also known as Jacob-Abraham-Camille Pissarro was a painter and printmaker who was a key figure throughout the entire existence of Impressionism movement. Pissarro painted rural and urban French life, particularly landscapes in and around Pontoise, as well as scenes from Montmartre.

 

The Boulevard Montmartre on a Winter Morning by Camille Pissarro

The Boulevard Montmartre on a Winter Morning by Camille Pissarro

This is one of a few pieces that Pissarro did recording the clamoring life of Paris. Pissarro had as of late come back to the city of Paris, after staying for six years in the more rustic town of Éragny around 25 miles northwest of Paris. 

 

The Hermitage at Pontoise by Camille Pissarro

The Hermitage at Pontoise by Camille Pissarro

The view spoke to the winding town way at the base of a group of houses in Pontoise, France, known as the Hermitage.

 

Le Boulevard de Montmartre, Matinée de Printemps by Camille Pissarro

Le Boulevard de Montmartre, Matinée de Printemps by Camille Pissarro

Being part of a series, Boulevard Montremarte showcases Pissarro's skills on the same subject and how he can concentrate on various details and conditions. Such as changes in light and environment can be found in every one of the manifestations in the Boulevard Montremarte series; Pissarro displays his expert ability to create various components in the same subject.

 

The Boulevard Montmartre at Night by Camille Pissarro

The Boulevard Montmartre at Night by Camille Pissarro

The Boulevard Montremarte series was finished by Pissarro in only two months inside the bounds of a hotel room. Watching out from the window, he only took a three hour break for lunch, every day, apart from that he painted all day long.

 

Mary Cassatt Prints

Who was Mary Cassatt?

Mary Cassatt was one of a relatively small number of American women to become professional artists in the nineteenth century when most females, particularly wealthy ones, didn't seek after an art career.

 

The Child’s Bath by Mary Cassatt

The Child's Bath Painting by Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt often addressed the topic for which she is best known—women and kids—while also experimenting with compositional components of Japanese art.

 

Little Girl in a Blue Armchair by Mary Cassatt 

Little Girl in a Blue Armchair Painting by Mary Cassatt

Little Girl in a Blue Armchair stands as a testament to the relationship between Mary Cassatt and impressionist style, and her assimilation of a more liberated style of painting.

 

The Boating Party by Mary Cassatt 

The Boating Party Painting by Mary Cassatt

This piece reveals flat, patterned surfaces, streamlined shading, and unusual angles of Japanese prints. The dark figure of the man and the skyline is pushed to the top, collapsing a feeling of distance. The higher vantage point gives the observer an angled perspective on the boat. Its structure is partitioned into decorative shapes by the intersection of its horizontal backings.

 

The Cup of Tea by Mary Cassatt

The Cup of Tea Painting by Mary Cassatt

Taking afternoon tea was a social ritual for many, upper-class ladies. Cassatt focused on portraying the ordinary occasions of everyday life, the artist made that ritual the subject of a series of works painted around 1880, when she had been living abroad.

 

Lydia Crocheting in the Garden at Marly by Mary Cassatt

Lydia Crocheting in the Garden at Marly Painting by Mary Cassatt

Cassatt and her family spent the mid-year of 1880 at Marly-le-Roi, about ten miles west of Paris. Ignoring the village's noteworthy landmarks, Cassatt instead concentrated painting household conditions.

 

After the Bullfight by Mary Cassatt 

After the Bullfight Painting by Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt picked a quintessentially Spanish subject, executing this work of art of a torero in full formal attire during a lengthy visit in Seville.

 

Berthe Morisot Prints

Who was Berthe Morisot?

Berthe Morisot was a female Impressionist artist. Morisot accomplished noteworthy acknowledgment during her lifetime, throughout the nineteenth and twentieth-century. 

 

Julie Daydreaming by Berthe Morisot

Julie Daydreaming by Berthe Morisot

Julie Daydreaming was painted in 1894, only one year before Berthe Morisot passed away. Morisot contracted pneumonia while keeping an eye on Julie's pneumonia. Morisot demonstrates a contemplative, possibly exhausted Julie at the age of 16. 

 

Summer's Day by Berthe Morisot

Summer's Day by Berthe Morisot

One of her most celebrated paintings, Berthe Morisot catches two white-collar class women in a snapshot.(The ladies have not been distinguished and more than likely models who modeled for Morisot.)

 

The Harbor at Lorient by Berthe Morisot

The Harbor at Lorient by Berthe Morisot

Berthe Morisot painted The Harbor at Lorient in 1869; at the time she was in Barbizon school of painters. Her educator was the painter Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. He urged Morisot to work outside and paint scenes.

 

Alfred Sisley Prints

Who was Alfred Sisley?

Alfred Sisley was an impressionist landscape artist who was born in France to British parents, at the age of 18, he traveled to London to pursue a career in business but left it 4 years later knowing that his one true passion was art.

 

Snow at Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley

Snow at Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley - Famous Painting 

Snow at Louveciennes by Alfred Sisley: For Sisley, the countryside in winter had a real attraction, as his solitary temperament was perfectly suited to capturing the sadness and desolation of nature.

 

View of the Canal Saint-Martin by Alfred Sisley

View of the Canal Saint-Martin by Alfred Sisley - Famous Painting  

This landscape depicts a stretch of the Canal St Martin near the Bassin de la Villette, in Paris. Houses and other buildings overlook the canal from both sides, while in the distance, beyond the lock and towards the center of the city, buildings loom up in the haze.

 

Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne by Alfred Sisley

Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne by Alfred Sisley - Famous Painting 

Bridge at Villeneuve-la-Garenne by Alfred Sisley: Recently built, state-of-the-art bridges, emblematic of modernity, appear in a number of Sisley’s paintings of the 1870s and early 1880s. This close-up, dramatically angled view depicts the cast-iron and stone suspension bridge that was constructed in 1844 to connect the village of Villeneuve-la-Garenne with the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis.

 

The Bridge at Moret by Alfred Sisley

The Bridge at Moret by Alfred Sisley - Famous Paintings

The Bridge at Moret by Alfred Sisley: This painting, which he completed in 1893 is exhibited in the Musee d’Orsay. Moret-sur-Loing is a small and charming historical town in the Seine-et-Marne department of north-central France and which was a source of inspiration for Monet, Renoir, and Sisley.

 

The Banks of the Loing by Alfred Sisley

The Banks of the Loing by Alfred Sisley - Famous Painting 

During the 1880s he painted multiple views of the village of Saint-Mammès located at the confluence of the Seine and Loing rivers.

 

Langland Bay by Alfred Sisley

Langland Bay by Alfred Sisley - Famous Painting 

This painting was probably painted from a window of the Osborne Hotel overlooking the Bay. 

 

Fog - Voisins by Alfred Sisley

Fog - Voisins by Alfred Sisley - Famous Paintings 

Alfred Sisley settled at Voisins, a village near Louveciennes in Seineet-Oise, in 1871. That is presumably where he painted this fog effect with a hint of a fence in the background, foliage on the left, a tree with twisted branches on the right beneath which a crouching woman seems to be picking flowers.

 

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