Guillaumin, the Impressionist of Strong Colors

Six Paintings. One Concept

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Guillaumin studied in the Academie Suisse and became friends with Pissarro and Cézanne. He was part of the Impressionist movement from the beginning and participated in the first exhibition of the group in 1874. In the 70s became friends with Gauguin and in the 80s of Van Gogh. His style always was “Impressionist,” but his palette of colors was intense.

We can say that he is an Impressionist that utilizes colors that “bring him closer” to the Post-Impressionism.

 

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