Impressionism art is a movement that was started by a group of French painters who decided to discard old ways of doing art. Lines were replaced by rounded shapes or tiny dots. Dark shadows became colorful and bright. Most impressionist artist enjoyed painting outside. Impressionist also wanted to show the more immediate effect of light and color at particular times of the day. Their works were sometimes described as 'captured moments' and are characterized by short quick brushstrokes of color which, when viewed up close looks quite messy and unreal. Impressionists used a muted color palette of pink, light-blue, and light green,(Stokstad & Cothren, 2011).
The term rococo style, or the rococo, refers to a style of decoration current in Europe, particularly France, during the 18th century. It applies both to interior decoration and to ornaments. During the second quarter of the century the rococo style spread from France to other countries, and above all to Germany