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Auricchio, Laura. “Claude Monet.” Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000. Web. 25 October 2012.

Dunstan, Bernard. Painting Methods of The Impressionists. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1983. Print.

Griffel, Lois. Painting The Impressionist Landscape: Lessons In Interpreting Light and Colour. New York: Watson-Guptill Publications, 1994. Print.

Guide To Impressionism. The National Gallery U.K., 2012. Web. 22 October 2012.

“Impressionism.” Encyclopedia Britannica. Encyclopedia Britannica Inc., 2012. Web. 23 October 2012.

Rewald, John. The History of Impressionism (4th Edition). New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1973. Print.

Roveda, Sarah. “Broken Colour Techniques.” Artists Network. Pastel Journal, 2012. Web. 20 October 2012.

Photos

Broken Colour. 2004. Forums. Wet Canvas. Photo. 22 October 2012.

Brushes. 2011. How To Choose The Right Paint Brushes. Home Development. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Contemporary Impressionist Art. 2011. Colalex Gallery. Swoobo Art Gallery. Photo. 28 October 2012.

Degas, Edgar. Concorde. 2001. Edgar Degas. Wahoo Art. Photo. 27 October 2012.

Degas, Edgar. Four Dancers. 1998. Degas’ Four Dancers. The Itinerant’s Project. Photo. 28 October 2012.

Flohr, Michael. Night Life. 2011. Contemporary Art By Michael Flohr. JD Smith Fine Art. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Hog Hair Brushes. 2012. Jasart Flat Hog Hair Brushes. Eckersley’s Art and Craft. Photo. 27 October 2012.

Impressionistic Style Painting. 2012. What Is Impressionism? Wise Geek. Photo. 27 October 2012.

Krackowizer, Marcus. Contemporary Art. 2010. Artwork. Webnook. Photo. 27 October 2012.

Lam, Ng Woon. Modern Impressionist. 2010. Interesting Photos. Flick River. Photo. 25 October 2012.

Manet, Edouard. Street Flags. 2011. Manet. Charlie’s Blog. Photo. 21 October 2012.

Manet, Edouard. The Lemon. 2009. Edouard Manet. Grandfathers and Influences Gallery. Photo. 24 October 2012.

Monet, Claude. Sunrise. 2010. Impression Sunrise By Claude Monet. Claude Monet. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Monet, Claude. Waterlilies. 2012. Claude Monet. Art In The Picture. Photo. 28 October 2012.

Monet, Claude. Woman In The Garden. 2012. Claude Monet. Art In The Picture. Photo. 28 October 2012.

Monet, Claude. Online Replica. 1997. Woman In the Garden By Claude Monet. Online Copying of Paintings. Photo. 28 October 2012.

Paint Brushes. 2012. News. Venture Beat. Photo. 20 October 2012.

Renoir, Pierre-August. Girls. 2010. Renoir. Smart History. Photo. 22 October 2012.

Renoir, Pierre-August. The Skiff. 1875. Pierre-August Renoir. The National Gallery. Photo. 23 October 2012.

Sgraffito. 2012. Kemper Wire Loop Sgraffito. Creative Coldsnow. Photo. 24 October 2012.

Ted Talks. 2012. Best Literary Ted Talks. Book Riot. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Field. 2010. Vincent Van Gogh. Only Images. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Irises. 2012. Van Gogh Up Close. The National Gallery of Canada. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Landscape. 2011. Impressionist Art. The World of Art. Photo. 21 October 2012.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Poppy Field. 2012. Van Gogh Up Close. The National Gallery of Canada. Photo. 29 October 2012.

Van Gogh, Vincent. Starry Night. 2011. Impressionist Art. The World of Art. Photo. 26 October 2012.

Video

Impressionist Landscape Painting by Charleston Artist. Perf. Le Prince. Youtube, 2010. Web.

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