Translation of impressionistic in Spanish:


impresionista, adj.

Pronunciation /ɪmˌprɛʃəˈnɪstɪk//ɪmˌprɛʃəˈnɪstɪk/


  • 1

    (story/view) impresionista
    • Washington runs on statistics, but most Americans operate based on more impressionistic judgments.
    • Whereas her elder brother has a knack for narrative storytelling, Stacey takes a more impressionistic approach.
    • An hour later, I came away happy and entertained, but with only the most impressionistic idea of how the wheels in Dionne's creative mind turn.
    • The results are obviously going to be impressionistic at best, but I think it's better than nothing.
    • Call it an impressionistic memoir: as such it's not bad.
    • Some subsequent scholars have regarded such overall judgments as unduly subjective and impressionistic.
    • The former is subjective and impressionistic; the latter can be itemised, weighed, measured, or examined down the microscope.
    • These conclusions were reached by applying an impressionistic methodology involving generalising from a few cases.
    • Quantitative researchers sometimes criticize qualitative research as being too impressionistic and subjective.
    • The how-to-write segments are eclectic, impressionistic rather than thorough, and in general lack the animation of the rest of the book.
    • This is a lot to do in 226 pages, so Cooper's arguments and examples are sometimes impressionistic, as he freely admits.
    • All of the above, of course, is merely what I know off the top of my head, and is perhaps a little impressionistic and dated.
    • Now the law is becoming vague and impressionistic.
    • These are haunting, almost surrealistic, impressionistic versions of what Christmas Eve can be.
    • He says, though, that his recollections are more impressionistic.
    • Cohen's prose is impressionistic, a layering of details rather than a structured argument.
    • It's very much an impressionistic view of the eras involved.
    • More often than not, many China-related books and reports these days are too impressionistic.
    • There is no sustained analysis to speak of, merely impressionistic detail woven into a narrative of tedious detail and worthless prose.
    • The society suggests that the bill seems to be ‘based on impressionistic opinion, not hard evidence’.
  • 2

    • At the same time, his images are infused with a later, Impressionistic style, a snapshot of contemporary life, capturing an instant that would otherwise be lost.
    • The students quickly learn to recognize the difference between realistic, Impressionistic and abstract art.
    • In a market where a ‘minor Monet’ fetches $28 million, many of today's artists who paint in the Impressionistic style benefit from the appeal of the original masters' art and enjoy commercial success for their own works.
    • Kanevsky paints in a loose, Impressionistic figurative style, with both earthtones and splashes of typical Russian reds.
    • It is painted in a more Impressionistic style than Levitan had previously employed, and raises the question of how much the artist knew of the endeavours of Monet and his followers.
    • A gallery could come in here and reasonably find a good selection of original, traditional or Impressionistic paintings by living artists for $700 to $2,000 wholesale.
    • For instance, during the past 10 years Riley has worked with a collector of Russian Impressionistic art on about 150 pieces.
    • Others followed - including artists of the Symbolist, Art Nouveau and Impressionistic styles who used the flame as a means for creative expression.
    • After taking the picture, he would then use wooden sticks or other sharp tools to apply a painting technique to the photograph, creating an Impressionistic image.
    • Kinkade's wondrous ability to illuminate a canvas is as evident in his Impressionistic and plein air works as it is in his studio paintings.
    • The end result is an Impressionistic image that looks more like a painting than a photograph.
    • In Impressionistic art, visual perceptions of every day life are translated into shimmering colours and reflections, saturated with an ethereal light.
    • He describes his paintings as Impressionistic, yet abstract.
    • Stevens also painted seascapes and coastal scenes in a more Impressionistic style similar to that of Boudin and Jongkind.
    • His lush paintings of the English countryside are renowned for both their quasi-scientific study of natural phenomena and their almost Impressionistic brushwork.
    • Don't hang Western art next to airplane art next to Civil War art next to Impressionistic art.
    • Some dealers say Impressionistic works move well, with Realism phasing in and out of popularity; others say Surrealist landscapes, such as those by Salvador Dali, and Abstracts have markets on both coasts.
    • I think my Impressionistic style is perhaps timeless, so there is a classical feel and attraction to the work.
    • While ‘Shadows and Reflections, Venice,’ taken in 1905, seems almost Impressionistic, the two Vortographs offered in the sale, dating from 1917, clearly look forward to Modernism.
    • I love to bring my viewers a source of pleasure through a combination of realistic drawing and Impressionistic painting.