Book here: https://courtauld.ac.uk/whats-on/north-american-impressionisms-and-belatedness/
"In adoptions of impressionism in North, Central, and South America, an aesthetic that foregrounded the idea of newness both in subject matter and in facture, projections of the American continents as lacking history and tradition aligned with style. With its focus on an artist’s direct and immediate engagement with a motif and individual perception, the movement appeared to some critics as an artless style, grounded not only in “forgetting” artistic conventions but also in a perpetual sense of newness..."
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Speakers: Emily C. Burns, Professor David Peters Corbett
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