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Luminism


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A term with three different meanings. The first describes an aspect of mid-19th-century American landscape painting in which the effect of light and atmosphere was paramount. The second is as an alternative term for Light art. The last is as a name for Neo-Impressionism in Belgium, derived from the group Vie et Lumière, founded in 1904.

Subjects: Art.


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