Disappointed by their lack of success at official exhibitions, though not to an extent for them to give up, these artists decided to proceed without the Salon. They found their own ways to develop and exhibit their work. It may not have been as effective or promotional as incorporating with the Salon but it was a start.
In 1874, a group of artists got together and mounted their own exhibition as an alternative to the Salon. Claude Monet, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Berthe Morisot, Paul Cezanne, Edgar Degas and Alfred Sisley were all part of this group. The struggle to obtain recognition among the group was challenging. The exhibit itself was not a success, but It was an important first step: the first independent group show of Impressionists art.
Though it may sound like the groups progress was failure and nothing good came about their exhibit, not all responses to the Impressionists were negative. Some critics liked their fresh approach to painting and wrote favorable reviews about their bizarre yet radical approach to their unique way of art.
Confidence of the Artist’s
Despite the criticism they received, the Impressionists were not distracted from their course. Their ambitions were to create art which they loved and created them with their very own unique styles that others found somewhat insulting. Their focus and Goals were to have Impressionism to be known, promoted and influenced to others to see a whole new side of art.
|Monday||08:30Am to 09:30Am||Scolar. Walter||A-1234|
|Tuesday||08:30Am to 12:30Pm||Prof. James Bond||B-1236|
|Wednesday||04:30Pm to 10:30Pm||Painter. Jimalter||Z-1014|
|Thursday||02:30Am to 09:00Pm||Prof. Jim Walter||AB-134|
|Friday||11:30Am to 04:10Pm||Prof. Eric William||A10-13|
|Saturday||09:30Am to 01:30Pm||Prof. Ricky Price||AL-165|
|Sunday||08:30Am to 09:30Am||Prof. Alard William||A-258|