This year, the great and eldest impressionnist is back in Paris. The Musée du Luxembourg welcomes Camille Pissarro's masterpieces, more than thirty years after the most important exhibition ever dedicated to Pissarro in the Grand Palais. At stake : the artistic and social utopia nourrished by the artist !
21 March 2017
In 1884, the painter and his family settle down in the village of Eragny-sur-Epte. In this beautiful country-style and rural area of l'Oise, Camille Pissarro produces more than 400 paintings, many drawings and watercolours. All of them tell us about his dreams of freedom and independence. Nature is for him a real source of artistic inspiration and a symbol of the peasant world. Discover the exhibition trailer :
Kupka's retrospective introduces you to the world of the artist, with his early work marked by symbolism followed by his gradual evolution towards abstraction, becoming one of its most eminent pioneers. Discover the teaser of the exhibition !