Visual Timeline: Impressionism

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1830 CE - 1903 CE: Life of the impressionist painter Camille Pissarro.
1834 CE - 1917 CE: Life of the French impressionist painter Edgar Degas.
1839 CE - 1906 CE: Life of French post-impressionist artist Paul Cézanne.
1839 CE - 1899 CE: Life of the Franco-British impressionist painter Alfred Sisley.
1840 CE - 1926 CE: Life of the impressionist painter Claude Monet.
1841 CE - 1895 CE: The life of the French impressionist painter Berthe Morisot.
1841 CE - 1919 CE: Life of the French impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir.
1844 CE - 1926 CE: Life of the American impressionist painter Mary Cassatt.
1848 CE - 1894 CE: Life of the French impressionist painter Gustave Caillebotte.
1860 CE - 1885 CE: The most important period of impressionist art in France.
1861 CE: Paul Cézanne moves to Paris to become an artist.
1862 CE: Paul Cézanne returns to Paris to pursue a career as an artist.
1865 CE: The impressionist painter Mary Cassatt moves to Paris.
1869 CE: Renoir and Monet work together at La Grenouillère.
1871 CE - 1892 CE: Alfred Sisley works with Monet and Renoir in Argenteuil.
1872 CE: Paul Cézanne begins to work alongside Pisarro at Pontoise and Auvers-sur-Oise.
1872 CE: Claude Monet produces his first masterpiece, 'Impression, Sunrise'.
1874 CE - 1886 CE: The Impressionist painters hold eight independent exhibitions in Paris.
1875 CE: The impressionist painter Gustave Caillebotte creates his first masterpiece, The Floor Planers.
1876 CE: Edgar Degas paints his 'The Star'.
1876 CE: Pierre-Auguste Renoir paints one of his most famous works, 'Dance at La Moulin de la Galette'.
1876 CE: Alfred Sisley paints his impressionist series of the floods at Marly.
1877 CE: Claude Monet paints a series of paintings at Paris' Gare Saint-Lazare.
1877 CE: Gustave Caillebotte creates his impressionist masterpiece, Paris Street, Rainy Day.
1879 CE: Mary Cassatt paints her 'Woman with a Pearl Necklace in a Loge'.
1881 CE: Camille Pissarro paints his "Young Girl with a Stick".
1881 CE: Pierre-Auguste Renoir paints 'Luncheon of the Boating Party'.
1886 CE: Edgar Degas paints his 'The Tub'.
1889 CE: Pierre-Auguste Renoir paints with Paul Cézanne in the south of France.
1890 CE: Mary Cassatt creates her celebrated pastel on paper, 'Mother and Child'.
1895 CE: Paul Cézanne has his first solo exhibition of 150 works in Paris.
1896 CE: The French state inherits Gustave Caillebotte's impressive collection of impressionist paintings.
1904 CE: Paul Cézanne has an entire room dedicated to his work at the Salon d’Automne.
1911 CE: The Louvre acquires 19 of Edgar Degas’ works.
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