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The Impressionists: Painting and Revolution
Ep: 2 "The Great Outdoors"
In this four-part series, art writer Waldemar Januszczak sets out to prove that there’s more to Impressionism than its postcard-pretty image. He explores the Impressionists’ revolutionary achievements, visiting the sites where they found inspiration, and revealing the technical developments that allowed Impressionist painting to take form.

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Episodes
Ep 1
Gang of Four
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Ep 2
The Great Outdoors
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Ep 3
Painting the People
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Ep 4
Final Flourish
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Gang of Four
Art critic Waldemar Januszczak delves into the back stories of Pissarro, Monet, Renoir and Bazille, who together laid the foundations of the Impressionist movement. (1 of 4)
The Great Outdoors
Our host continues his investigation of the Impressionists by taking us outdoors to their most famous locations. (2 of 4)
Painting the People
Waldemar looks at the people the Impressionists painted; in particular, the subjects of Degas, Caillebotte and the often forgotten Impressionist women artists. (3 of 4)
Final Flourish
Waldemar takes a closer look at the last years of Impressionism, exploring how the Impressionists used new discoveries to influence their work. (4 of 4)