The paper "Expressionism and Impressionism" analyzes Expressionism and Impressionism. This study discovers famous artists and their works. Paul Cezanne’s painting The Bay from L’Estaque is a post-impressionist painting. Likewise, the hills on the other side of the bay are merely suggested by their outward form, tending to adopt the same blue hues as was used in washing the sky. In keeping with the impressionist tradition, Cezanne was clearly trying to capture a sense of what this place looked like at this time of year under this light and convey an impression of the serene loveliness of the location. At the same time, though, he was working out the use of primitive forms in serious art that marked him as a post-impressionist painter and helped gain him the recognition of bridging the way for the later cubists. Wheatfield with Cypresses by Vincent Van Gogh is an expressionist painting depicting two cypress trees standing in a field of wheat, just as the title suggests. The brightly lit landscape is covered by a swirling mass of clouds in a sky that seems eternally blue. The scene depicts a golden wheatfield interrupted by a set of wind-swept green bushes in its center to provide balance and a pair of flame-like cypresses standing proudly to one side. This is backed by small green foothills and then blue-tinged mountains rising to back the cypress trees. In the extreme foreground, a glimpse is given of a spring-green field filled with wild flowers in the bottom right corner.