FAQ About Post-Impressionism
Post-Impressionism differed from Impressionism in several ways. Whereas Impressionists focused on capturing the fleeting moment and the effects of light on color, Post-Impressionists were more concerned with expressing their personal emotions and ideas in their art. Post-Impressionists also tended to use more vivid colors, thicker brushstrokes, and more structured compositions than Impressionists. Additionally, Post-Impressionists often used symbolic or abstract elements in their art, whereas Impressionists tended to depict the world more realistically.