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One of the paintings from The Card Players series by Paul Cezanne. Broadly, Post-Impressionism describes French art style from mid 1880s to early 1900s. It extended Impressionism while rejecting its limitations; and laid emphasis on abstract qualities and symbolic content. A masterpiece of Post-Impressionist art, The Card Players series was painted in the final period of Paul Cezanne's work ...
Chinese paintings come in a variety of styles. Some are monochrome, and others are very brightly coloured. Some are made in the literati style, meaning that they tend to use expressionistic brushwork and were painted as an expression of personal creativity. Others are made in gong-bi, or 'meticulous', style, utilising very precise details to appear much more decorative.