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A selection of works by Claude Monet. Born in Paris on November 14, 1840, he was one of the founders of French Impressionism. His paintings depict the immediate perception of the subjects he paints. He was very active in landscaping and en plein air painting. In 1871 Monet, after countless travels, returned to Paris, where he deepened his friendship with Renoir and Pissarro and created the foundations of Impressionism. Subsequently he retired to live in Argenteuil, a small village on the right bank of the Seine, also devoting himself to the activity of winemaker.
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A selection of works by Paul Cézanne. Born in Aix-en-Provence on January 19, 1839, he was a French painter belonging to the post-impressionist current. His work constituted the passage from nineteenth-century art to a new vision, the passage from impressionism to cubism. His paintings convey the ...
A selection of works by Camille Pissarro. French painter, born on 10 July 1830, was one of the greatest exponents of Impressionism. In Paris he met Claude Monet and Paul Cézanne and other artists who rebelled against the conventions of official French art and his academic juries. He was able to s...
A selection of works by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Born in Limoges on February 25, 1841 was a French painter, considered one of the greatest exponents of Impressionism. He led a life of pleasure experimenting painting techniques en plein air. In the summer of 1870 he was called to arms due to the Fra...