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The varied and critical period between 1886

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The varied and critical period between 1886–the year of the last Impressionist exhibit in  Paris at the Independents Salon–and 1905, which marked the beginning of  Expressionism with the Fauves, is the period generally lumped together under the  moniker of "post-Impressionism." Post-Impressionist artists often had very different  aims, styles, and concerns, but artists as different as Van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Paul  Cezanne, the sculptor Auguste Rodin, the Pointillist Georges Seurat, Symbolists Odilon  Redon and Edvard Munch, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, and Gustav Klimt shared an  overwhelming interest in the search for new forms. In most cases, trained as  Impressionists, these artists were all resolved to transcend what they saw as the  passive optical, perceptual recording of the Impressionist painters with active, emotional 
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