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"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

"One friend ran a session on Impressionism for a group of seven-year-olds in which every child already knew the term 'pointillism'" From @1843mag 

Seven-year-olds attend sessions on Impressionism and children as young of eight are signed up for workshops on crime writing and geopolitics From @1843mag 

Seven-year-olds attend sessions on Impressionism and children as young of eight are signed up for workshops on crime writing and geopolitics From @1843mag 

Review | This stellar collaborative exhibition between New York and Paris explores the dealer Félix Fénéon who championed both impressionism'>Neo-Impressionism and home-grown terrorism, says Brian Allen. @MuseumModernArt  @MuseeOrsay  @quaibranly 

Seven-year-olds attend sessions on Impressionism and children as young of eight are signed up for workshops on crime writing and geopolitics From @1843mag 

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Happy birthday to Auguste Renoir, born on this day in 1841. "By the Seashore" reflects the impact of his trip to Italy in 1881–82, which inspired him to unite the "grandeur and simplicity" he admired in Renaissance art with the luminosity of Impressionism.

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This canvas reflects the impact of Auguste Renoir’s trip to Italy in 1881–82, which inspired him to unite the “grandeur and simplicity” he admired in Renaissance art with the luminosity of Impressionism.

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#Artwords : Impressionism was developed by Monet & others in Paris in the 19th c. opens 2 Nov#ImpressionistsinLondon 

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