Post-Impressionism
(An artistic movement)

Dates: 1885-1914

This movement contains other movements: Les Nabis, Pointilism

Art movement from the 1880s to the First World War which extended and exaggerated the themes of Impressionism.
Random artworks by artists related to this movement

Bather
Henri Lebasque

Garn Lake
James Dickson Innes

Corner of the Quarry
Paul Cézanne

Lunchtime at Lagny
Henri Lebasque

St Mark's, Venice
Walter Richard Sickert

By the River in Autumn
Gustave Loiseau

Still LIfe with Fruit
Pierre Bonnard

La Ronde
Camille Pissarro

Brick Kiln, Eragny
Camille Pissarro

Bathers
Paul Cézanne

Bathers in a Torrent
Aristide Maillol

Apricot Tree in Bloom
Vincent van Gogh

White House
Paul Gauguin

South Boston Pier
Maurice Prendergast
Top 10 museums with Post-Impressionist art
Van Gogh Museum - AmsterdamNetherlands (Amsterdam)220 artworks
Musée d'Orsay - ParisFrance (Paris)181 artworks
Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York, NYUnited States (New York)134 artworks
Kröller-Müller Museum - OtterloNetherlands (Otterlo)125 artworks
Tate Britain - LondonUnited Kingdom (London)113 artworks
National Gallery of Art - Washington DCUnited States (Washington)97 artworks
Hermitage Museum - St-PetersburgRussian Federation (St. Petersburg)69 artworks
Art Institute of ChicagoUnited States (Chicago)64 artworks
The Barnes FoundationUnited States (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)57 artworks
Ashmolean Museum - OxfordUnited Kingdom (Oxford)49 artworks
Important dates
Founding date:  1885
Why 1885?: The end of the impressionist movement created new opportunities for artists who had trained under its great masters; they split in several groups which tried to create new techniques of painting.

End date:  1914
Why 1914?: Rise of Expressionism and death of the prominent artists.