ON THE BIG SCREEN // EXHIBITION ON SCREEN
The Impressionists and the
Man Who Made Them
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Enjoy a high-definition, ringside seat to “The most significant Impressionists show we’ve seen in two decades.” (The Telegraph)
“The most significant Impressionists show we’ve seen in two decades.” (The Telegraph)
This international exhibition featuring works housed in the Musée du Luxembourg, Musée d’Orsay, London’s National Gallery and the Philadelphia Museum of Art is arguably the most comprehensive exploration of the Impressionists to date. It focuses on 19th-century Parisian collector Paul Durand-Ruel whose brave 1886 exhibition in New York brought this strange new work to wealthy Americans, filling galleries and keeping the genre alive against great odds. Durand-Ruel’s remarkable story is told along with that of the artists themselves including Monet, Degas, Cezanne, Renoir and Pissarro. 90m
Presented in conjunction with the Hood Museum of Art.
Exhibition on Screen presents blockbuster art exhibitions from galleries around the world, in stunning high definition. This groundbreaking series features unparalleled, behind-the-scenes access and expert analysis—a veritable front-row seat to the world’s greatest art.