Postimpressionism
noun Etymology: French postimpressionisme, from post- + impressionisme impressionism Date: 1910 a theory or practice of art originating in France in the last quarter of the 19th century that in revolt against impressionism stresses variously volume, picture structure, or expressionism • Postimpressionist adjective or nounPostimpressionistic adjective

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