Gallarate hosts exhibit on Impressionists

The show on March 12-September 5 displays Italian, French art

11 January, 15:49

    (ANSA) - ROMA, 11 GEN - ''Impressionisti. Alle origini della modernità'' (Impressionists. At the origins of modernity) is the main exhibit scheduled on 2021 by the art museum of Gallarate, in Lombardy. The exhibit, which runs from March 12 until September 5, will showcase 180 artworks by leading French and Italian painters of the second half of the 19th century, from Gericault to Courbet, from Manet to Renoir, from Monet to Cezanne and Gauguin, Boldini and De Nittis.

    The artworks come from Italian and French public and private collections and will document key issues of the movement's poetic vision, including the dialectic between 'academy and realism', the renewed focus on nature, the first images of modern life until the shift from the impressionist vision to the language of symbolism. (ANSA).

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