Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement that flourished during the 1870s in Paris with a group of artists. The term grew from a work of French artist Claude Monet called Impression, soleil levant after a newspaper critic used the title in an article. Impressionism was embraced as a movement and style depicted with thickly painted brush strokes and visually bright colors.
This plays well digitally in the LightHouse ArtSpace Chicago, 108 W. Germania Place. This is the same space where Immersive Van Gogh was previously a massive hit and Immersive Frida followed with exhibits.