Tag Archives: Impressionism

Pierre Bonnard opens at the Tate Modern

Considered one of the great colourists of the early 20th century an exhibition by Pierre Bonnard of 100 of his works : the Colour of Memory has opened at London’s Tate Modern. The exhibition shows how he constructed vibrant landscapes … Continue reading

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Major Collection of Impressionist Art opens at London’s National Gallery

I must confess that, as a lover of Impressionism, being invited to the opening of the Courtauld Impressionists ‘From Manet to Cezanne ‘ at London’s National Gallery which opens tomorrow 17 September was a definite must.  The exhibition is made up … Continue reading

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Impressionist view of London at Tate Britain

Impressionist Art seems to be everywhere. Opening today at Tate Britain is an exhibition of French Artists in Exile (1870 – 1904). With the theme Impressionists in London, the exhibition containing over 100 paintings and sculptures highlights what life was … Continue reading

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Latest Must See Exhibition – Painting the Modern Garden Monet to Matisse

2016 Must see Exhibition – Painting the Modern garden: Monet to Matisse For anyone who loves any aspect of a garden and Impressionist paintings Painting the Modern garden: Monet to Matisse, which opens at the Royal Academy on 30 January … Continue reading

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