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This Month in Art History

April, 1874 - The first Impressionist exhibition opened in Paris, in the studio of French photographer Nadar. Participating artists included Paul Cézanne, Edgar Degas, Claude Monet, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir.

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Artists

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Styles & Periods

The evolution of visual art

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Glossary of Terms

Because you didn't take notes in art class

There are hundreds of terms tossed around in the art world-- impasto, mastaba, frieze-- that you won't find in any dictionary. After all, they're not even English! MisterArt.com has collected hundreds of art terms and their definitions for easy browsing, including terms in French, Latin, Japanese, and other languages.

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Purchase Guides

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