Impressionists in London : French artists in exile, 1870-1904
There are some Monet paintings that are instantly recognisable to even the most casual art fan. Some of his work in London, in particular his scenes of Westminster and the Thames, are especially familiar. However, there is a fascinating story to the histo
From 21/06/2018 to 14/10/2018
At the end of the 19th century, Monet and other figures struggled to find success in Britain. They stood below artists like Carpeaux, Tissot and Daubigny as they tried to make a name for themselves abroad.
This period of exile over the channel is one that would go on to shape the French Impressionist movement for the better. Those that fled war and the Paris Commune used a new British influence to further their careers. The current Impressionists in London show at Petit Palais showcases this period of 1870-1904 and the artists that emerged. The show continues until October 14th and shouldn't be missed.
Avenue Winston Churchill,
Price : 13 €
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