Painting Styles and Schools. Every artists has a characteristic manner of expression. When a group of artists have certain features in common, their works are said to have a 'style' of painting. The common geographic origin or stylistic tendency, which influenced the artists and produced the group style, is known as 'school'. For example, the 'New York school' and the 'Impressionist school'. When the term 'school' is applied to a particular painter, such as 'Rembrandt school', it either means that the painting was produced in the painter's studio by one of his pupils, or that it is an imitation of his work. Some examples of group painting styles and schools are:

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