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New Painting

This Painting ”

“Rose Trees At The Front Of The House”

is new on Pixel Art-Pints


forum for observing and representing nature would be in the open air - and that is why their works were called square air paintings. , instead of light and artificial lighting of the studio

In the hands of talented contemporary painters Impressionism will, I believe, remain a very popular art movement. This style combines harmonious innovation and accessibility, characteristics that are evident in the beautiful post-impressionist, paintings by Pierre van Dijk.

Kind regards Pierre

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The making of “picking flowers”


The making of “picking flowers”  . Oil on canvas 50×60cm.  by Pierre van Dijk

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Monet’s works in opposition

How Impressionism became expressionism: a new exhibition traces the influence of Claude Monet on the New York School

The Musée de l’Orangerie in Paris places 10 of Monet’s works in opposition with 20 by American titans.

Artpierre-monet_nympheas-bleus-800x0.jpg                             Claude Monet, Nymphéas bleus (1916-19) Musée d’Orsay, copyright in 
                                  photographs Musée d’Orsay, RMN-Grand Palais / Patrice Schmidt.

Abstract expressionism, the movement that cemented the status of New York as the new center of the art world after the Second World War, comes home - to Paris. [Meer weten…]

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"Colors have their own beauty that must be preserved, as one strives to maintain the sound quality in music" Henri Matisse"No one is an artist unless he has his Painting in his head before he starts painting it, and he is certain of his method and composition".Claude Monet.