Amsterdam Impressionism

Amsterdam Impressionism was an art movement in late 19th century Holland. It is associated especially with George Hendrik Breitner.

The innovative ideas about painting of the French impressionists were introduced into the Netherlands by the artists of the Hague School. This new style of painting was also adopted in Amsterdam by the young generation of artists of the late nineteenth century. Like their French colleagues, these Amsterdam painters put their impressions onto canvas with rapid, visible strokes of the brush. They focused on depicting the everyday life of the city.

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