Abstract Impressionism is a form of abstract painting in which artists use colors instead of object representations in their artworks. In this movement, artists commonly use soft brush strokes to build large areas. Their ultimate goal was to express wisdom, mental focus, and inner emotions.
Abstract Expressionism is different from Abstract Impressionism due to their dissimilarity in approach.Abstract Expressionism uses large and broad brushstrokes while those of Abstract Impressionism's are short and intense. The main characteristic of this movement, which is the short and intense brushstrokes and non-traditional application of textures and paints, were all done with purpose and in a slow and steady manner.