Difference between Impressionism and Expressionism?

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The difference between Impressionism and Expressionism is by the manner of expression. Expressionism depicts subjective emotions, not objective reality. Impressionism reproduce only general effect or impression without elaboration of details.
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Impressionism was started in the 1870's by Claude Monet, P-A Renoir and others. They aimed at catching the light and colour of a fleeting moment, not really describing things or persons
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Impressionism is a style of painting with short brush
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I am no authority, but based on my reading, Impressionism in music has a lot of 7th, 9th and 11th chords and gentle melodies. For example, Debussy, who was classified as an Impressionist
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Impressionism: a manner of painting in which the forms, colors, or tones of an object are lightly and rapidly indicated. Expressionism: a manner of painting, drawing, sculpting, etc
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