Impressionism in Year 5

In Year 5 we looked at the French Impressionist artist, Monet, who was famous for his painting Waterlillies. Impressionism was an art movement that began in France in the mid-19th century that showed snapshots of what everyday life was like. Impressionism captured a real moment instead of painting historical or romanticised scenes. The Impressionist artists painted in a way that was quick, using dabs of paint instead of the fine brushstrokes of the Academics. Light in works of art was also very important to Impressionists.

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Using paints, we created our own impressionist piece of artwork using small dabs of paint.  We created landscape paintings.

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