Meaning: a 19th-century art movement developed by French artists who sought to record daily life through the effects of light-changing color, characterized by relatively small, thin brushstrokes.

Variation. More of defining how it's done.

Related signs: ART, MOVEMENT.

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Deaf Culture/History/Art

Canadian Deaf Impressionist artist Helen McNicoll (1879-1915) is one of the most notable female artists in Canada. Before her early death, she was elected to the Royal Society of British Artists in 1913 and the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1914. Ref

Helen McNicoll
Photograph of Helen McNicoll in her studio at St. Ives, c. 1906. Photographer unknown. Helen McNicoll artist file, The Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa.

American Deaf artst Granville Redmond (1871-1935) is one of the successful California Impressionists of the 20th century. His paintings are best known for his landscapes of California. He was also an actor along with Charles Chaplin in the silent black-and-white films.

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