In open air: a portrait of the American impressionists

United States, 1982

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A documentary about the late 19th century American Impressionists. The film reveals the nature of these artists’ sensibility and work; the specific French Impressionists from whom they drew inspiration; and the various artistic communities which they founded in America.

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Credits

director

Roger Snodgrass

producer

Paul Johnson

production company

Smithsonian Institute

Duration

00:28:43:00

Production places
United States
Production dates
1982

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