post-impressionism

Vincent Van Gogh: A Life Devoted to Art

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Containing unique footage of places Van Gogh lived and worked, experts at the Van Gogh Museum in The Netherlands provide insight into his sources of inspiration and struggles to become a truly modern artist.

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Paul Cezanne

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Paul Cézanne arguably counts as the father of modern painting.

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Raoul Dufy

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Best known for his colourful and joyous Fauvistic paintings, Raoul Dufy also produced a dazzling array of ceramics, wall-hangings, dress fabrics and furniture designs.

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Wassily Kandinsky

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A key pioneer of abstract painting, Kandinsky’s use of colour, form and area paved the way for the modern art movement.

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Rene Magritte

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The leading figure of the Belgian Surrealists, Magritte had a brilliant way of showing the viewer the phenomena of art, reality, perception and language.

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Rembrandt

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As part of our Art Lives series, The Real Rembrandt discusses recent scientific inquiries that shed new light on the artist’s comprehensive works.

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Georges Seurat

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Georges Seurat was the founder of Post-Impressionism and developed the technique of “pintillism” using dots of colour to create whole-colour surfaces.

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Henri Toulouse-Lautrec

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Henri Toulouse-Lautrec is the great chronicler of the Belle Epoque and Montmartre’s nightclub district in Paris. Famously using placards and lithographs, he depicted the debauched world of cabarets and brothels using only minimal lines and colours.

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake

Matthew Bourne’s updates his sensational take on Swan Lake for the 21st century.

Matthew Bourne’s The Car Man

Bizet’s Carmen is transported to 1960s greasy garage-diner where sparks fly.