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Calendars.com Impressionists 2014 Wall Calendar

Impressionism is a 19th-century art movement that originated with a group of Paris-based artists known as Impressionists. This stunning wall calendar for 2014 features a dozen works that brilliantly display this beautiful art style. The 16-month calendar also features spacious grids for marking appo
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mae21
Location: Washington, DC
Age: 25-34
Gender: female
PlaceOfPurchase: Online

Lovely pictures but lacking info

Date:January 17, 2014
Pros: High Quality Materials
Cons: lacking basic information about the paintings
I was looking for a calendar to feature different Impressionist art. This calendar appeared to fit the bill. To my dismay, the calendar does not inform you of who is the artist of the picture for each month or even the title of the painting. It is not listed ANYWHERE on the calendar. I'm not an art expert and I think it's reasonable to assume most people are not, so I was very disappointed the calendar does not have this basic information.
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Pym
Location: SLC
Age: Over 65
Gender: female
PlaceOfPurchase: Online

6 unseen before paintings

Date:December 16, 2013
Pros: High Quality Materials, new scenes
Cons: too many commonly known impressionist portraits
This calendar has six impressionists paintings I have never seen before. Five of these are scenic paintings of buildings and villages. The two villages are of special interest. Most of the rest are commonly known impressionist portraits. Artists names are not given. There are at least two Monet, one Degas, one Cassell, maybe two, and a Henigar whose name is clearly written on the painting.