Impressionist Art Prints by C Junqueira

Impressionist art prints are my preferred personal working style. Print them on Somerset Velvet paper, or Canvas for sound visual results!

Impressionist Art Prints by CJunqueira

Ever since I was a young kid, I got moved by impressionism. Probably because my main art (history) tutor at that period was my mother, a true fan of Van Gogh.

 

Vincent Willem van Gogh was a Dutch post-Impressionist artist. He painted portraits, landscapes and still lifes that are great for Impressionist Art Prints nowadays.

He started to draw at an early age, but paining only came in his late 20s.

Much of his best production was painted during the last two years of his life.

In a little bit more than 10 years, he produced over 2000 artworks. He died crazy and poor. Check out his Wikipedia page for greater detail.

 

I have to say that throughout my art education and career, I have always bounced back and forth from the impressionist style. A little bit more influenced by Monet.

Impressionist Art PrintsMonet was born in France, 1840. He was one of the most important representatives of Impressionism. His painting, “Impression: Sunrise” lend its name to the Impressionist art movement.

Monet’s dream of archive the French rural areas led him to take up a technique working on of the equal panorama repeatedly so to all alterations in light and year around.

Nowadays, as a digital artist, I try to apply impressionism to the RGB monitor with the tablet, stylus and computer software, with, I hope, at least, a small bit of success.

 

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4 thoughts on “Impressionist Art Prints by C Junqueira

  • March 19, 2016 at 6:25 pm
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    Hi there! My sister is very much fond of arts. Actually that is the elective class that she got in school. But then she is just using oil pastel in her works. Right now she is thinking of proceeding to digital arts. So do you know of any medium tbat she can use? Is digital arts expensive?

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    • March 19, 2016 at 7:44 pm
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      Hello, John, Thanks for stopping by.

      I suggest that your sister keeps training in the formal arts. That will give her opportunity to be the best artist her potential can provide.

      Parallel to that, she could learn by playing with simple graphic programs like Photoshop Elements or Painter Essentials. Use online tutorials and learn to know all the commands and techniques that are available for her to create.

      There will be a moment, after a while, that she will feel the need for a specific training of computer graphics. I went to Academy of Art University back in the 80’s

      She can browse my blog and other places in the internet for ideas, guides and tutorials.

      And have fun!

      Cheers.

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  • February 15, 2016 at 9:08 pm
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    I’m not into art very much, however I have had to take a couple of art classes in college. I remember learning about this in class, but don’t remember the exact details. I remember learning about Monet though! I like how you give links to their wikipedia page to get more info about them. Love the article, keep it up!

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    • February 16, 2016 at 4:32 pm
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      Hello, Austin,

      Thank you for your comments. You are very kind.

      What did you study in college?

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