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    Walking among the impressionists

    The exhibition “Histories of the Impressionism” is opening: more than 6.000 participants to the Generali Tour with the curator Marco Goldin

    The exhibition “Histories of the Impressionism” is opening: more than 6.000 participants to the Generali Tour with the curator Marco Goldin - Pierre-Auguste Renoir - Mademoiselle Irène Cahen d’Anvers, 1880 - Zurig, Stiftung Sammlung E.G. Bührle

    A walk among the masterpieces coming from museums and private collections all over the world that investigates the Impressionism searching for its roots, its protagonists, its decline and its heritage. This is the purpose of the exhibition “Histories of Impressionism. The great protagonists from Monet to Renoir, Van Gogh to Gauguin”, whose Generali is special sponsor. The exhibition will be open to public from October 29th, 2016 to May 1st, 2017. The exposition, held in Santa Caterina Museum in Treviso, is conceived by the curator Marco Goldin for Linea d’ombra and supported by Generali according to the traditional commitment of the Group to protect and promote culture. Thanks to this intention, Generali developed, with the project Valore Cultura by Generali Italia, the “Generali tour. Marco Goldin tells about the exhibition Histories of the Impressionism”. More than 6.000 people participated free of cost to this cycle of show-stories prior to the exposition’s opening, taking place in nine theatres in Italy, during which the curator explained the great works of the movement with musical and acting combinations.

    Claude Monet, The Artist’s House at Argenteuil, 1873
    The Art Institute of Chicago
    Mr. e Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson Collection, 1933

     

    Claude Monet, The Cliff Walk at Pourville, 1882
    The Art Institute of Chicago
    Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Larned Coburn Memorial Collection, 1933.443

     

    Vincent van Gogh, Landscape with Wheat Sheaves and Rising Moon, 1889
    Otterlo, Kröller-Müller Museum, The Netherlands