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Postimpressionism

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Postimpressionism, term coined by critic Roger Fry to describe the work of certain painters (1880–90) whose styles, though dissimilar, flowed from, and were a reaction to, impressionism. Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Georges Seurat, and Vincent Van Gogh are considered the principal postimpressionists.

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