On 15 April 1874, thirty artists showed 165 works in an empty photographer’s studio in Paris. One of their paintings led to their name: Impressionists.
Open daily from now until 25 September, it features 24 of the most wonderful paintings of Venice from the 1730s.
If you can get to Greenwich, CT, before late May, visit the Bruce Museum’s exhibition of this Danish artist’s paintings.
A unique opportunity to see the works of four of Australia’s most important painters, and to broaden understanding of Impressionism.
Where to see many of his paintings: an exhibition running now.
An exhibition in Washington, Boston, and Venice, and three superb books about this master painter and Impressionist. And some of his paintings, of course.
An overview of an extraordinary art exhibition, and its 30 contributors.
An established sculptor, a maker of stained glass, one who has truly vanished, and a successful industrialist and patron.
A painter in enamel, three assorted landscape painters, and probably the most gifted artist of the whole group.
Marines painted by the grandson of one of Napoleon’s generals, and views of the Seine and its bridges.