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25 articles taggés "Impressionism"
Mary Cassatt the Franco-American
Mary Cassatt was not only a great artist, but also played a crucial role in the Franco-American dialogue and the promotion of French art across the…
The Bührle collection: the confused story of a collector
It took over half a century for Paris to open its exhibition spaces to the outstanding Bührle collection. Now housed in Zurich, this unique group of…
Aristophil: fourth sale
With eight catalogues for seven auctions, the fourth session of sales of the Aristophil collection garnered €11 M, and continued to attract institutions,…
Sorolla, master of light
For the first time in a century, the National Gallery in London is presenting some 60 works tracing Sorolla's career.
The ever-alluring Mediterranean
Theo Van Rysselberghe put all his love of the South into this light-drenched landscape.
Berthe Morisot: from obscurity to light
Forgotten in the early 20 th century, this key figure in Impressionism was rediscovered during the 1970s. The Musée d’Orsay is now doing her justice.…
Neo-Impressionism on either side of the Atlantic
Paintings by Émile Bernard, Maurice Denis and Richard Edward Miller set this Brittany sale on fire with some glowing results.
Fireworks for Henry Moret in Brest
A final look back at a sale in the summer of 2019, which featured several paintings by Henry Moret in Brest.
Appointments & Prizes
August Uribe made headlines in November when he became the latest Sotheby’s employee embroiled in the onslaught of leadership changes occurring under…
Marianne Rosenberg: fundamentals and determination
In the Rosenberg dynasty, the great-granddaughter is a new asset. Her entry into the gallery world (she only opened her own in New York gallery in…
With Boudin and Renoir, like a longing for the sea, changing skies and light
Drouot’s first major event of the season lived up to expectations with a total result of €1,430,508.
David Stern and Lélia Pissarro: a family art
Within their family, the dealers David Stern and Lélia Pissarro cultivate a heritage that involves both their relatives and art history: those of Camille…
Auguste Herbin: lover of Paris
When he started out, the future champion of geometric painting dazzled viewers with a post-Impressionist technique that marvellously expressed all…
Artists' visions: Picasso and Montézin
Picasso and Montézin reveal two facets of art at the turn of the 20 th century
Renoir and the Sea
A small painting by Renoir depicting a timeless Mediterranean, once owned by Vollard, charmed beyond expectations.
Tissot: beneath the veneer of appearances
Seductive but slick, are James Tissot's paintings more complex than they seem? This is what the Musée d'Orsay exhibition intends to demonstrate.
Cyrille Sciama: a ground-breaking curator
Since his appointment as head of the Musée des Impressionnismes, he has breathed new life into the Giverny museum. And the health crisis has in no…
At Giverny, American paintings from the Terra Collection
As if drawn to a new way of seeing and attracted by Claude Monet's liberated brushstrokes, many American painters joined the Impressionist experience.…
Life in Moret-sur-Loing according to Sisley
Bought to light in an inheritance, this forgotten painting in delicate autumnal tones created a splash in Bourg-en-Bresse.
Living with Modern Art: The Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection
On long-term loan to the Princeton University Art Museum , the Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection encapsulates the enduring legacy of a collector fascinated…
The Julie Reinach-Goujon Collection
Precious snippets of this collection, from Delacroix to Rodin and Puvis de Chavannes, relate the passion of a learned family linked to the history…
The Art Institute of Chicago explores the city’s enduring love of Monet
The exhibition "Monet and Chicago", currently on view at the Art Institute of Chicago, focuses on the connection between the Impressionist painter…
The Credit Suisse Report on Collector's Items
The Credit Suisse Research Institute, the Swiss bank's research laboratory, has released a report carried out in collaboration with Deloitte Luxembourg,…
A Snapshot by Mary Cassatt
Three first-rate works dazzled at this auction, starting with a watercolor by the American Impressionist.
Henry Moret: Brittany Wins!
A brisk westerly wind blew through Paris thanks to two oil on canvas paintings by Henry Moret.
A Collection of Furniture by Gabriel Viardot, Master of Japanism
The Tranquility of Amphitrite According to Michel Anguier
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