Jozef and Isaac Israëls. Realist and Impressionist Painting
(Merel van de Nieuwhof) THE LOW COUNTRIES - 2013, № 21, PP. 200-207
Both father and son Israëls were prominent artists of their time: one in his realism, while the other broke with this in favour of a vigorous, impressionistic approach to his subjects. Although their oeuvres differed, they admired each other's work.
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