NEW EXHIBITION ON SCREEN CINEMA EVENT TAKES FRESH LOOK AT THE MAN BEHIND THE WORLD'S MOST INFLUENTIAL ARTISTS
“Without him”, said Monet, “We wouldn’t have survived.”
A major new cinema event offering a fresh perspective on The Impressionists, through the life and work of the man who introduced them to the world - Paul Durand-Ruel - will screen in Australian cinemas for a strictly limited time from May 30, as part of EXHIBITION ON SCREEN.
Based on the Inventing Impressionism exhibition, which recently opened at the National Gallery London (in collaboration with the Musée du Luxembourg, Musée d’Orsay and Philadelphia Museum of Art), EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: The Impressionists and the Man who Made Them, focuses on 19th Century Parisian art collector Paul Durand-Ruel. It was his continual support, championing, financial backing and refusal to give up that established one of the most loved and recognisable movements in Western art – Impressionism.
EXHIBITION ON SCREEN: The Impressionists and the Man who Made Them features key works by Manet, Monet, Degas, Cézanne, Renoir and Pissarro.
“The exhibition of the year”
“A superb exhibition in every respect. Paul Durand-Ruel emerges as the inventor of the modern art industry”
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