Impressionism – the last third of the 19th – early 20th century. characteristics and features

1) The desire to convey the first impression in all its primordiality.
2) The fragmentation of the composition.
3) Associativity of figurative connections.
4) Attention is not so much to the typical as to the special, single in the surrounding world.
5) Image of feelings, emotions, sensations; reflection of the inner experiences of the individual

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