Postimpressionism is a term used for the various styles of painting that followed Impressionism in the late 1880's in France. The English artist and critic Roger Fry (1886-1934) labeled the term to the movement in 1910. Postimpressionist art grew from Impressionism but strayed from traditional tendencies. Artists such as Paul Cezanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, and Gorges Seurat were among the most famous. The Postimpressionists all took different approaches to the new art form but shared their conflict with the traditional and academic view of art.
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