by Givernet Organisation
Color and Light. The Neo-Impressionist
From July 27th through November 4th, 2018
This exhibition devoted to the Neo-Impressionist Henri-Edmond Cross (1856–1910) will span the artist’s entire career. It will emphasise his role in the history of the liberation of colour and his impact on 20th-century avant-garde artistic movements.....
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Japonisms & Impressionisms
From March 30th through July 15th, 2018
The exhibition shows the many ways in which the impressionists and post-impressionists were influenced by japonism.
It displays a stunning selection of 120 works by Monet, Manet, Pissarro, Caillebotte, Cassatt, Vallotton, Gauguin, Bonnard, Signac, Denis, Vuillard, van Gogh and by the masters of Japanese woodblocks that were collected by the painters...
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Manguin, the Joy of Colour
From July 14th through November 5th, 2017
The poet Guillaume Apollinaire called Henri Manguin 'the voluptuous painter'.
Manguin celebrated la joie de vivre through appealing themes like nudes, sunbathed mediterranean landscapes, peaceful family scenes and still lives.
Manguin studied with Gustave Moreau and was influenced by the impressionist movement.
From his first attempts to 1918, he kept painting works full of happiness and sensuality....
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In Concert! Musical Instruments in Art, 1860-1910
From March 24th through July 2nd, 2017
The second half of the 19th Century is not only the time of a revolution in art with the birth of impressionist painting.
It is also a time for changes in music. New instruments are invented. Music enters in the homes of the upper middle-class, while a growing number of cafés-concerts, bals, brass bands, circus or operas attract crowds looking for leisure and fun....
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Sorolla and the Paris Years
From July 14th through November 6th, 2016
In 1906, Spanish painter
Joaquín Sorolla exhibited for the first time at the
galerie Georges Petit in Paris, one of the main
The exhibition was a resounding success and helped establish Sorolla’s international reputation....
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Caillebotte, Painter and Gardener
From March 25th through July 3rd, 2016
Gustave Caillebotte had many passions that he undertook with equal dedication.
was gifted for painting, naval architecture, sport, as
well as a collector of his impressionist friends.
Caillebotte setttled at Petit-Genevilliers around 1887 to live closer to the River Seine.
In his extensive garden that included an orchids greenhouse, he indulged in his passion for horticulture.
and flowers became his major motifs.....
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Degas, an Impressionist Painter?
From March 27th through July 19th, 2015
of the leading figures of the Impressionism, Edgar Degas
nevertheless disliked painting outdoors on the motif as
most impressionists did, and he had
complex relationships with the other members of the
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Exhibition of contemporary photographs:
Darren Almond, Elger Esser, Henri Foucault, Bernard Plossu,
Claude Monet’s garden in Giverny is probably one of the most photographed subjects in the world.
This exhibition offers an unprecedented look at this mythic place through the works of five internationally renowned contemporary photographers.
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American Impressionism: A New Vision
March 28th -> June 29th, 2014
The exhibition presented
approximately 80 paintings signed by American
impressionists such as
John Singer Sargent, Mary Cassatt, James Mc Neill Whistler, who spent a long time in France,
belonged to the impressionist group and participated in the creation of this new aesthetic.
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Brussels, An Impressionist Capital
July 11th -> November 2nd, 2014
Brussels was one of the first cities to exhibit the masterpieces of the Impressionists and Neo-Impressionists at the Salons des XX and the Salon de la Libre Esthetique.
From Ensor to Van
Rysselberghe, the Belgian painters tended to describe
reality and were sensitive to the language of color and
- 2010: Impressionism on the Seine
- 2010: Olivier Meriel, Silver Light