LOOK: A rare glimpse of Impressionist masterpieces

SINGAPORE – It’s not everyday that anyone can see priceless Renoirs or Monets hung on a wall – these paintings are mostly only seen in books or on the internet. Continuing the latest showcase, “Century of Light”, National Gallery Singapore, in collaboration with Parisian modern art museum Musée d’Orsay, brings together over 60 magnificent and important pieces by the pioneers of Impressionism. Highlighting the best artists of that genre, a walk through the different colored rooms chronicles the influential movement and the progression of its bold techniques and colors.

TOOLS. The paints and brushes use by the artists. All photos by Tedrick Yau/Rappler

TOOLS. The paints and brushes use by the artists. All photos by Tedrick Yau/Rappler

Telling part of France’s history, the masterpieces show the progression on the perception of light, sceneries, and colors, while doing away with traditional styles of forms

Article source: https://www.rappler.com/life-and-style/arts-and-culture/art/195941-impressionist-art-exhibit-national-gallery-singapore-2018

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