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Monet who? Impressionism? Wot?

I didn’t quite grow up under a rock (I grew up on a rock, well…a small island in the back of beyond..close enough) but I knew who Monet was. ¬† 345 more words

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