Impressionism Fine Art.. Impressionism is well thought of by the beloved fine art collectors and fine artists alike. I take the time to adhere to simple rules when it comes to my impressionism fine art. It must have the intention of beauty as in fine art and I must use specific pathways to the resulting impressionism art.

Fine art is defined as creative art, especially visual art, whose products are to be appreciated primarily or solely for their imaginative, aesthetic, or intellectual content. Fine art is also considered as an activity requiring great skill or accomplishment.

Impressionism is defined as a style or movement in painting originating in France in the 1860s, characterized by a concern with depicting the visual impression of the moment, especially in terms of the shifting effect of light and color. Impressionism  is also described as a literary or artistic style that seeks to capture a feeling or experience rather than to achieve accurate depiction.

Fine art is another way humans search for true skill, beauty and the beauty in true skill. Knowing your tools thoroughly and know that you should always seek to learn more is an irreplaceable quality in any artist. I would like to think that I do my best to learn and grow as an artist and a human being. I do know that when I look back on much earlier works, I would not call them fine art. Whereas there are pieces I produce today that I would most certainly call fine art. If I continue to grow and learn, my art will only become better.

We are far removed from those hazy afternoons of the 1860’s, when Impressionist artists could be found painting their day into history. Impressionism was born long before the artists of today. Some say it still lives strong in the acquisition of skill and the expression of beauty coming from the artists of our day. We are confident in the abilities of the many wonderful artists who discovered impressionism. I believe that the impressionism art movement will stay true and its originality is far from being exhausted.

The impressionism fine art rules I follow are self-imposed but I do find that I am not the only one. Lots of great artists are following the same ideas and value the approach of those who came before. Thank you to the incomparable Impressionists who showed us the world through lovely glasses, the rose color is highly appropriate. The world would by choice, tell of its beauty.

The featured  fine art impressionism above is called Impressionism on the Mountain by artist Mary Clanahan. To see more, visit the Impressionism Art Gallery.

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