Discover impressionist paintings for sale. Showcasing art from some of the most exciting impressionistic painters working today, our paintings range from delicate small-scale figurative paintings to surreal scenes of colour and action. Whether you’re after expressive colour or intricate detail, each and every one of our paintings are chosen by Rise Art’s curatorial experts for you to discover, own and collect art. Explore our selection of still life, botanical and seascape impressionistic paintings today.…
Claire Cansick’s paintings often depict mysterious and sleepy settings, bathed in light and colour. Cansick distils moments of silence, encouraging a deeper contemplation of the landscapes she paints.
Anna Sudbina combines a realist style with an intimate perspective to infuse a strong sense of mood in each of her paintings. Artworks such as Happy Home Alone and Coffee illustrate zoomed in sections of everyday scenes whilst hinting at the wider narrative of the subject. Much like the work of Philip Tyler, Sudbina uses decisive strokes and a unique perspective to create allusive and intriguing paintings.
Impressionistic Paintings typically respond to scenes of landscapes or everyday life. Established in 19th century France, Impressionistic paintings are characterised by small, close brushwork, attention to light and a sense of movement.
Pioneered by the likes of Monet and Pissaro, Impressionist paintings captured scenes of the open countryside, industrial city life, and Parisian nightlife. Working with vivid colours to capture the ephemeral effects of light on everyday life, the subjects of Impressionistic paintings usually contain an element of spontaneity and transience.