Postimpressionism: term coined by Roger Fry, referring to the work of some late 19th-cent. painters who, although they developed their varied styles quite independently, were united in their rejection of Impressionism.

They include:

The term embraces a far wider school of thought than the neo-impressionism of Georges Seurat and Paul Signac.

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Source: Arnason, H.H., "History of Modern Art", Abrams, NY, (Abrams chooses to list no date) Last Updated 2.20.04

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