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Reflections of a collection

Exhibition 2020 in Giverny France, Museum of Impressionisms

From June 15th to August 30th, 2020

 

Through more than 80 works, visitors discover the collections specific to the Musée des Impressionnismes Giverny. Since the museum's creation in 2009, its collections have grown steadily thanks to donations, purchases or deposits. With 211 works, they retrace the history of Impressionism from its forerunners to its repercussions in contemporary art.

The exhibition highlights paintings by Monet, Boudin, Caillebotte, Denis, Bonnard, Luce, Signac, Auburtin, Joan Mitchell, Hiramatsu Reiji, as well as photographs by Oliver Mériel and Bernard Plossu.

Claude Monet Les Promeneurs

Eugène Boudin
Deauville, le bassin, 1884.
Huile sur panneau, 46,5 x 38 cm.

Claude Monet La Plage de Trouville
Claude Monet (1840-1926),
Nymphéas avec rameaux de saule, 1916-1919
Huile sur toile, 160 x 180 cm
Camille Corot Trouville, bateaux de pêche échoués dans le canal

Olivier Mériel
Lumière du soir, Giverny, avril 2010.
Épreuve d’artiste, tirage argentique, 28,2 x 34 cm.

John Constable Pluie d'orage sur la mer
Hiramatsu Reiji
Quartet de couleurs – Nymphéas, 2011.
Nihonga, paravent à six panneaux, 180 x 420 cm.