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American Impressionists

American artists, trained at the Academie Julian in Paris, became the first American Impressionists. They started two schools of art known as the Boston School and Rockport School. 


French Artists

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Russian Artists

Russian Impressionists | Two Schools

The Russian Impressionist movement included a number of artists who received little recognition in the Western world. Two such artists, Igor Grabar and Abram Arkhipov, are excellent representives of the two schools of the movement. 

Italian Artists

Raphael | Landmark Work

During Raphael’s apprenticeship in Florence he had the opportunity to see Leonardo work on the Mona Lisa. This exposure influenced Raphael's work, making it more dynamic and complex.

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