|Impressionism, that art movement of bright light and pure colour, underwent a major change after 1890. The love of light effects lead to Pointillism as pursued by Georges Seurat and Paul Signac. The new and fresh approach to nature inspired Cezanne to build compositions of pure and elementary forms. And, finally, the unorthodox use of subject matter in Impressionist art would inspire Emile Bernard, Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin to search for new and expressive spiritual values. All these developments, which together define Post-Impressionism, coincided with similar developments in music, centring on the figures of Maurice Ravel and Claude Debussy. Together, the art and music produce a new and unforgettable experience in digital colour and sound.
|This is a CD-i Ready disc.
It will play on your CD-i player and on any Audio CD player as well.
Rosewood (German Catalogue number)