The Courtauld Collection: A Vision of Impressionism
The Courtauld Collection: A Vision of Impressionism

The Courtauld Collection: A Vision of Impressionism

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English €45

The exhibition presents the collection of the British entrepreneur and art patron Samuel Courtauld, which hasn't been showed in Paris for the past 60 years.

"The Courtauld Collection: A Vision for Impressionism" brings together some 110 works, including 60 paintings and graphic pieces, which are mainly conserved in the Courtauld Gallery or in different international public and private collections. It features some of the greatest French paintings from the end of the 19th century and from the very beginning of the 20th century.

These works include "Un Bar aux Folies Bergère" (1882) by Manet, "La Jeune Femme se poudrant" by Seurat (1889-90), "Les Joueurs" de cartes by Cézanne (1892-96), "Autoportrait à l'oreille bandée" by Van Gogh (1889), "Nevermore" by Gauguin (1897), as well as a set of ten watercolours by J.M.W. Turner which belonged to Samuel Courtauld's brother, Sir Stephen Courtauld.

Caractéristiques

EAN
9781911300595
Nombre de pages
320
Dimensions
28 x 25 cm
Editeur
Fondation Louis Vuitton
Categories
Exhibitions, The Courtauld Collection : A Vision for Impressionism / The Collection of the Fondation: A Vision for Painting

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