After Impressionism: from Van Gogh to Matisse (1886-1906)

From the 1880s onwards, a generation of artists, influenced by the Impressionist experiment, began to invent new ways of painting. Artistic movements developed in numerous directions, heralding the daring creations of the 20th century. Gauguin, Van Gogh, and later, Cézanne, would widen the gap still further, bringing their own interpretation to the "modernity" celebrated by Baudelaire.

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