It really has a bit (post-)impressionistic, almost a bit Van Gogh-y like too and I like it very much. The colours that sort of blur into an unrecognizeable palet make it very expressionistic on it's turn. My only critiscism is the lamppost in the front, with the more whiteish light. I feel like the lightball-thingies should be a bit more fixed, like a bit more tightly round, if you know what I mean. Now you see that little strikes of the palette knife have sort of 'penetrated' the light, but I feel like it would have been a stronger whole if it would have been more of a contrast, especially because the light is so in the front and so bright and white. It doesn't bother me with the lights in the back though. A very much appreciated and inspired piece all in all.