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Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists

The Impressionists Mon 1 Jun 2015 6.30
How do you capture light, movement and what it means to be alive in a single work of art? 153 more words

Exhibition on Screen: The Impressionists - competition

Exhibition On Screen presents a fascinating new film about the man who changed the art world forever: Paul Durand-Ruel. He was the art dealer who first built an audience for the work of the Impressionists, creating the modern art market in the process. 171 more words


Late Night Local Shots - 2/12 - Chris Sannino of The Impressionists

Last week, we had a long time friend of LNS come feature for us – Chris Sannino of The Impressionists (formerly of Kevin & The Shapes) came to perform a special acoustic set. 121 more words


2015 theme: Liberation

Pleasure doesn’t really seem to cut it; maybe I am just not that woman. But referencing this: 2013 was about “no fear,” and two big fear inducers materialized; 2014 was about “no guilt, no shame,” and immediately those things materialized. 58 more words

Richard Armitage

"The Impressionists" appreciation post

Beautiful: photography, acting, script. Apart from the already mentioned conflict with his master in chapter one, I have chosen three Armitage moments in chapter two, which is my favourite: 227 more words

Richard Armitage

First impressions of "The Impressionists"

Can I make a cheap¬†joke and say that I’m impressed?

Mr. Chameleon has done it again (I guess that I should use “had done” given that my proverbial quickness has driven me to this series “only” after eight years of being broadcasted) and here we have in the first chapter of the series a young, determined… 402 more words

Richard Armitage