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17th Century Painting in France

Are you interested in the history of France painting? Perhaps you’d like to see some paintings on your next vacation to France? Here we give you useful facts & information about the history of French painting.Prior to the 17th century France did not have a very rich heritage in terms of paining as artistic and [...]

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Romanticism, Realism & Landscapes

Are you interested in 19th century French painting? Perhaps you’d like to see some French painting on your next holiday to France? Here we’ve included facts & information to help you learn about 19th century French painting.19th Century French Romantic Painting Due to considerable developments in French painting since the 17th Century, France was well [...]

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20th Century Painting in France

Are you interested in 20th century painting from France? Perhaps you’d like to see some contemporary painting on your next vacation to France? Whatever it is we’ve included interesting information 7 facts about p20th century painting from France.Despite suffering Two World Wars that literally shook France to its foundations, France has been able to produce [...]

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Modern Painting in France

Are you interested in contemporary painting from France? Would you like to see some modern painting on your next vacation to France? Here we’ve given you interesting facts & information about modern painting in FranceBy the turn of the 20th century, France had already developed into well established centre of European art giving birth to [...]

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French Impressionism

Are you interested in the history of French Impressionism? Want to know what the characteristics of French Impressionism are? Interested in learning who the prominent Impressionists were? Read our guide for more facts and information…In the mid-19th century the Impressionist movement emerged onto the art scene as a reaction against academic tradition and romanticism.  The [...]

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