Instead, they were adorned with famous artworks by Iranian and international artists, from the postimpressionism
of Van Gogh to the abstract expressionism of Jackson Polack to the pop art of Andy Warhol.
His art sits between Impressionism and Postimpressionism
and was also appreciated by the Symbolists.
The trajectory of Fry's passions is both singular and steady, beginning as an artist (albeit not one of much ability), moving through his 1899 monograph on Giovanni Bellini and on to his advocacy of Cezanne and postimpressionism
by way of helping to found both the Burlington Magazine and the Omega Workshops.
AUGUSTUS JOHN (1878-1961) 33 MICHAEL MORITZ (Born 1954) 32 34 GARETH EDWARDS (Born 1947) 31 ROY JENKINS (1920-2003) The Tenby-born painter is acknowledged as a master of postimpressionism
In a 1959 paper he considers how, with Cezanne and postimpressionism
, painting abandoned perspectival, 'in favor of formal space,' where things ('say, a pair of shoes') can 'speak for themselves,' as with Hopkins in poetry.
15) Paulista audiences, who had yet to be introduced to Impressionism, much less to Postimpressionism
, Fauvism, Expressionism, or Cubism, were scandalized, and the exhibition was widely derided.
Frank Hutton-Williams examines in his "The Visual Artifact in the Poetry of Thomas McGreevy" the influence of postimpressionism
in the poetry of Thomas McGreevy, especially of the poet's Irish contemporaries Mainie Jellet and Yeats.
Understandably, most of the commentary on Faulkner's encounter with Paris emphasizes the city as the center of international modernism and finds in his response to impressionism and postimpressionism
some of the major influences on his style.