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New Show Explores Artistic Exchange Between Impressionist Artist Renoir And His Filmmaker Son, Jean

The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, home to the world’s largest collection of paintings by Pierre-Auguste Renoir, is offering a major exhibition that examines the artistic exchange between the renowned impressionist painter and his son, celebrated filmmaker Jean Renoir. Renoir: Father … Continue reading

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France’s forgotten impressionist: The art of Mary Cassatt

In her native United States Mary Cassatt is a well-known and much-loved painter. But in France, where Cassatt spent more than three-quarters of her long life and chose to be buried, she was all but forgotten. Cassatt was one of … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Cape Ann Museum presents memorable retrospective of work of Harold Rotenberg

Harold Rotenberg lived to be 105, but it wasn’t just his long life that created so many memories. It was his paintings, which are on view now at the Cape Ann Museum in a retrospective, “Harold Rotenberg: An American Impressionist.” … Continue reading

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‘Innovative Impressions’: Prints by Cassatt, Degas, Pissarro in Summer Exhibition

This summer, Philbrook Museum of Art, in Tulsa, presents an original exhibition celebrating the groundbreaking work of three legendary Impressionist artists: Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, and Camille Pissarro. Featuring more than 90 prints and key paintings on loan from institutions … Continue reading

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American Impressionism at the Springfield Museums

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Revisiting old friends at Colours of Impressionism

Grocery retailer announces 550 job boost for Adelaide’s north Yesterday’s “publicity stunt” becomes today’s bill Article source: https://indaily.com.au/arts-and-culture/2018/05/29/revisiting-old-friends-colours-impressionism/

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Astronaut artist Nicole Stott’s ‘Cosmic Impressionism’

Nicole Stott will never forget the evening of July 20, 1969. She was 6 years old, at home in front of the TV with her family in Clearwater, as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon. “I have … Continue reading

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Musée Jacquemart-André holds Mary Cassatt retrospective

A new exhibition in Paris hopes to change this, showcasing 50 of her major works, and highlighting her unique role as the only female American artist in the Impressionist movement. After moving to Paris at the age of 22, Cassatt … Continue reading

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The Off-White Men’s Pre-Spring Collection Is Inspired by … – Vogue

Virgil Abloh has named his menswear Pre-Spring collection for Off-White “Impressionism,” and lifted its print from an 1874 canvas by Édouard Manet of his friend Claude Monet painting in his studio boat. Could Abloh have taken that Frenchest of art … Continue reading

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Goldenstein Gallery Kicks Off Impressionist-Expressionist Show

With a history that spans nearly eighteen years, Goldenstein Gallery has earned a well-deserved reputation for delighting people with the unexpected. Curated by owner Linda Goldenstein, the gallery seeks to inspire and move their collectors and enhancing their lives through … Continue reading

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