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Impressionism

美 [ɪm'preʃ(ə)n.ɪzəm] 英 [ɪm'preʃ(ə)n.ɪz(ə)m]
  • n.印象派(19 世纪下半叶兴起于法国的绘画风格,主要表现光与色的效果,不着眼于准确的细节)
  • 网络印象主义;印象乐派;印象派绘画

用法解析

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印象主义,印象派(19 世纪下半叶兴起于法国的绘画风格,主要表现光与色的效果,不着眼于准确的细节)

a style in painting developed in France in the late 19th century that uses colour to show the effects of light on things and to suggest atmosphere rather than showing exact details

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印象主义,印象派〔十九世纪七十年代兴起的在绘画、文艺方面的一种流派。代表人物绘画方面如西班牙画家毕加索,音乐方面如法国作曲家德彪西〕

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a style of painting that concentrates on the general tone and effect produced by a subject, without elaboration of details.

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a style of music, especially of late 19th-century France, characterized by the use of rich harmonies and tones rather than form to express scenes or emotions.

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a style of music that uses sound to produce feelings and moods, rather than concentrating on the structure of the musicImpressionism developed in France at the end of the 19th century.

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a style of painting in which artists use light and colour to give the general feeling of a scene, rather than exact detailImpressionism began in France in the middle of the 19th century.

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a style of painting that concentrates on the general tone and effect produced by a subject, without elaboration of details.

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a style of music, especially of late 19th-century France, characterized by the use of rich harmonies and tones rather than form to express scenes or emotions.

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a style of music that uses sound to produce feelings and moods, rather than concentrating on the structure of the musicImpressionism developed in France at the end of the 19th century.

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a style of painting in which artists use light and colour to give the general feeling of a scene, rather than exact detailImpressionism began in France in the middle of the 19th century.

语法用例

例句1:

The using of impressionism and symbolism skills is a striking feature in her story Bliss, which also made it have a rich sense of modernism.

印象主义和象征主义是曼斯菲尔德小说《幸福》中的显著特征,具有丰富的现代主义意味。

例句2:

Fashion is always the spirit of the age of impressionism.

时尚永远是时代精神的写意。

例句3:

Impressionism's dissolution of form into colour and atmosphere was an alarming development for the conservative bourgeoisie.

印象派淡化形状,转为注重颜色和整体氛围,这种变化对那些保守的资产阶级来说简直瞠目。

例句4:

Neo-impressionism characterized by the use of tiny, closely spaced dots or points of color that blend to produce a luminous quality.

新印象主义画法,用微小、密集的彩色点混合后产生夺目的。

例句5:

The others were told that the painting was an example of neo-impressionism in which the artist had used colour to evoke harmony and emotion.

告知其余学生,这幅画是新印象派的代表作,画家用色彩来凸现和谐和情感。

例句6:

But for me, I still adore classic art and impressionism art, Germany, France, Italy and Spain have lots of museum waiting for me to visit.

不过我还是喜欢古典写实艺术跟印象派艺术,德国,法国,意大利,西班牙的各大美术馆收藏了很多。

例句7:

Impressionism stripped painting back to its roots, restoring the emphasis on pure form and pure colour.

印象主义将绘画回归到本源,并强调纯粹的形式与纯粹的颜色。

例句8:

Art Movements - Impressionism - Informel Art - Mannerism - Minimalism - Neo-impressionism - Neo-classicism.

艺术运动-印象派-非正式的艺术-矫饰-极简-新印象派-新古典主义。

例句9:

His style varied from traditional, vibrant impressionism to a more subdued and shadowy tonalism.

他的风格多样,从传统到一个充满活力的印象派更柔和阴影

例句10:

But in the 1890s it yielded its popularity to a new movement, which is called for want of a better name post-impressionism.

但是到十九世纪九十年代,它把流行度让位给了一个新运动,因为缺乏更好的名字,就称之为后印象派。