The official application of the exhibition “The open-air studio. Impressionnists in Normandy”, presented at the Jacquemart-André Museum from 18 March to 25 July 2016, offers a guided tour of the exhibition with the commentary on 23 works of art, reproduced in full screen definition.
This exhibition present an ensemble of some fifty or so prestigious artworks—from both private collections and major American and European museums—that retrace the history of Impressionism, from the forefathers of the movement to the Great Masters. The 19th century saw the emergence of a new pictorial genre: ‘plein-air’ or outdoor landscape painting. This pictorial revolution, born in England, would spread to the continent in the 1820s and over the course of a century, Normandy would become the preferred destination of many avant-garde painters.
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- March 17, 2016 Initial release