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We can't seem to get enough of the Impressionists but can we move on from the sanitised version?

By Elisabeth Findlay, Director of Queensland College of Art, Griffith University
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Hyperbole surrounds the Impressionists, who are perennial blockbuster fodder. In truth, they were not a united group of radicals and their subject matter is far darker than commonly acknowledged.

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