Post-Impressionism was a diverse art movement that engulfed the European art community in the latter part of the 19th century. Postimpressionism constitutes a continuation of the Impressionist effort to portray painting in a differential and unbridled manner. The paramount figures to emerge in the movement include: Paul Cezanne, Vincent Van Gogh, Paul Signac, Georges Seraut, Paul Gauguin, and Pierre Bonnard. The Post-Impressionists each developed individual styles that supported, or eroded the fabricated principles of the Impressionist movement.

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